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Gregorio Allegri. Gregorio Allegri (c. 1582 – 7 February 1652)[1][2] was an Italian composer of the Roman School and brother of Domenico Allegri; he was also a priest and a singer. He was born[3] and died in Rome. Life[edit] He studied music as a puer (boy chorister) at San Luigi dei Francesi, under the maestro di capella Giovanni Bernardino Nanino, brother of Giovanni Maria Nanino. Being intended for the Church, he obtained a benefice in the cathedral of Fermo. Here he composed a large number of motets and other sacred music, which, being brought to the notice of Pope Urban VIII, obtained for him an appointment in the choir of the Sistine Chapel at Rome as a contralto.

He held this from 6 December 1629 until his death. The Miserere[edit] In 1771 Mozart's copy was procured and published in England by the famous traveler and music historian Dr. The music as it is performed today includes a strange error by a copyist in the 1880s. References[edit] Jump up ^ Gregorio Allegri classical.net, 2013. Sources[edit] Mantua. Canal en Mantua Mantua (en italiano: Mantova), capital de la provincia homónima, es una ciudad italiana que se encuentra en la región de Lombardía.

Está rodeada en tres de sus lados por el río Mincio. Centro agrícola y turístico, posee fábricas que producen maquinaria agrícola, fertilizantes, muebles, calzado y juguetes. Es el escenario de la ópera Rigoletto. Está, desde el año 2013, hermanada con la Ciudad Autónoma de Melilla, España. Historia[editar] Paisaje Tras la caída del Imperio romano, fue invadida por los bizantinos, los longobardos y los francos. Tras la muerte de Matilde de Canosa, Mantua se convirtió en una comuna libre, y se defendió denodadamente del Sacro Imperio Romano en los siglos XII y XIII.

Durante la lucha entre los güelfos y los gibelinos Pinamonte Bonacolsi se aprovechó de la caótica situación para tomar el poder en 1273. Monumentos[editar] Plaza Sordello de la noche Evolución demográfica[editar] Notas[editar] Enlaces externos[editar] Gregorio Allegri. Gregorio Allegri. Gregorio Allegri (Roma, 1582 - ibídem, 17 de febrero de 1652) fue un sacerdote, cantante y compositor italiano. Biografía[editar] Su obra, fundamentalmente compuesta por música sacra, incluye numerosas misas, motetes, lamentaciones, magnificats, concertini para voz solista, etc.

Compuso una sonata en cuatro partes para cuerdas considerada prototipo del cuarteto de cuerdas. Su obra se encuentra bien conservada en diversos manuscritos. Miserere[editar] En un principio, se impuso una prohibición de ejecutar la obra fuera de la Capilla Sixtina (incluso se amenazaba con la excomunión a quien la copiara), a pesar de lo cual algunas copias fueron hechas. Enlaces externos[editar] «Gregorio Allegri» en el Proyecto Biblioteca Internacional de Partituras Musicales (IMSLP). FILIPPO VITALI - Search results. Jan Dismas Zelenka. Life[edit] Zelenka was born in Launiowitz, a small market town southeast of Prague, in Bohemia. the eldest of the eight children born to Marie Magdalena (née Hájek) and Jiří Zelenka. The middle name Dismas is probably his confirmation name.[2] His father was a schoolmaster and organist there; nothing more is known with certainty about Zelenka's early years. He received his musical training at the Jesuit college Clementinum in Prague.[3] His instrument was the violone (or bass viol).

His first works, all oratorios, were written in his Prague student days. Zelenka served Baron Hartig, the imperial governor resident in Prague, before his appointment as violone player in Dresden's royal orchestra around 1710. His emigration from Bohemia, for unknown reasons which have been speculated about, was most likely sudden. Back in Dresden, he started as assistant to Kapellmeister Johann David Heinichen but gradually took over Heinichen's responsibilities as the latter's health declined. J.S. Litanies. Francesco Maria Veracini. Francesco Maria Veracini. Francesco Maria Veracini (1 February 1690 – 31 October 1768) was an Italian composer and violinist, perhaps best known for his sets of violin sonatas.

As a composer, according to Manfred Bukofzer, "His individual, if not subjective, style has no precedent in baroque music and clearly heralds the end of the entire era" (Bukofzer 1947, 234), while Luigi Torchi maintained that "he rescued the imperiled music of the eighteenth century" (Torchi 1901, 180). Hs contemporary, Charles Burney, held that "he had certainly a great share of whim and caprice, but he built his freaks on a good foundation, being an excellent contrapuntist" (Burney 1789, 4:569). The asteroid 10875 Veracini was named after him. Life[edit] The Veracini music school at Via Palazzuolo 30, 72r (Knop n.d.) Francesco Maria Veracini was born at about 8:00am on 1 February 1790 in the family house on the via Pallazuolo, parish of San Salvadore, Ognissanti, Florence (Hill 1979, 7). Young August in 1716. Francesco maria benedetti - Search results.

The Four Seasons (Vivaldi) Manierismo. El manierismo[1] es un estilo artístico que predominó en Italia desde el final del Alto Renacimiento (c. 1530) hasta los comienzos del período Barroco, aproximadamente hacia el año 1600. El manierismo se originó en Venecia gracias a los mercaderes y, en Roma, gracias a los papas Julio II y León X, pero finalmente se extendió hasta España, Europa central y Europa del norte. Se trataba de una reacción anticlásica que cuestionaba la validez del ideal de belleza defendido en el Alto Renacimiento. El manierismo se preocupaba por solucionar problemas artísticos intrincados, como desnudos retratados en posturas complicadas. Las figuras en las obras manieristas tienen frecuentemente extremidades graciosas pero raramente alargadas, cabezas pequeñas y semblante estilizado, mientras sus posturas parecen difíciles o artificiales. Como reacción al manierismo, surgió en Italia el caravaggismo.

Después de ser reemplazado por el barroquismo, fue visto decadente y degenerativo. Obras manieristas[editar] Antonio Sartorio. Antonio Sartorio (1630 – 30 December 1680) was an Italian composer active mainly in Italy and in Hanover, Germany. He was a leading composer of operas in his native Venice in the 1660s and 1670s and was also known for composing in other genres of vocal music. Between 1665 and 1675 he spent most of his winters in Hanover, where he held the post of Kapellmeister to Duke Johann Friedrich of Brunswick-Lüneburg – returning to Venice for the summer months.

In 1676 he became vice maestro di capella at San Marco in Venice. Early work in Italy and work as Kapellmeister[edit] Duke Johann Friedrich of Brunswick-Lüneburg Sartorio was the brother of composer and organist Gasparo Sartorio and architect Girolamo Sartorio who also had connections with the theatre. Beyond birth records, the first known information about Sartorio relates to the mounting of his first opera, Gl'amori infruttuosi di Pirro, at the Teatro di San Giovanni Grisostomo in Venice on 4 January 1661.

Trips home to Venice[edit] Tomaso Albinoni. Tomaso Albinoni Tomaso Giovanni Albinoni (8 June 1671 – 17 January 1751) was an Italian Baroque composer. While famous in his day as an opera composer, he is mainly remembered today for his instrumental music, such as the concertos, some of which are regularly recorded.[1] Biography[edit] Around 1740, a collection of Albinoni's violin sonatas was published in France as a posthumous work, and scholars long presumed that meant that Albinoni had died by that time. However, it appears he lived on in Venice in obscurity; a record from the parish of San Barnaba indicates Tomaso Albinoni died in Venice in 1751, of diabetes mellitus.

Music and influence[edit] Most of his operatic works have been lost, having not been published during his lifetime. References[edit] Citations ^ Jump up to: a b c "Tomaso Albinoni". Bibliography Eleanor Selfridge-Field, Venetian Instrumental Music, from Gabrieli to Vivaldi. External links[edit] Free scores by Albinoni at the International Music Score Library Project. Benedetto Ferrari. Benedetto Ferrari (ca. 1603 – 1681) was an Italian composer, particularly of opera, librettist, and theorbo player. Ferrari was born in Reggio nell'Emilia.

He worked in Rome (1617–1618), Parma (1619–1623), and possibly in Modena at some time between 1623 and 1637. He created music and libretti in Venice and Bologna, 1637-1644. Ferrari's Andromeda, with music by Francesco Manelli, was the first Venetian opera performed in a public theatre (in 1637). Subsequently he provided both the text and the music for two operas, both presented in Venice: La maga fulminata (1638) and Il pastor regio (1640).

The 1641 Bolognese staging of the latter included, as its final duet, the text "Pur ti miro, pur ti godo," which was later reused, possibly with Ferrari's music, for the final duet in the surviving manuscripts of Monteverdi's L'Incoronazione di Poppea. Ferrari went to Vienna in 1651, serving the emperor Ferdinand III. None of his operatic music survives. Il Giardino Armonico. Il Giardino Armonico in the Kraków Philharmonic during the Misteria Paschalia Festival, April 2010 Il Giardino Armonico ("The Harmonious Garden") is a pioneering Italian early music ensemble founded in Milan in 1985 by Luca Pianca and Giovanni Antonini, primarily to play 17th- and 18th-century music on period instruments. Il Giardino Armonico performs with soloists such as the mezzosoprano Cecilia Bartoli, duo pianists Katia and Marielle Labèque, cellist Christophe Coin, and soprano Danielle de Niese.

Its recordings have met with honors including the Gramophone and Grammy Awards. Il Giardino Armonico performs both in concerts and in opera stage productions of works such as by Monteverdi, Handel, Pergolesi and Vivaldi. Media related to Il Giardino Armonico at Wikimedia CommonsIl Giardino Armonico Official site with biography of group. Giuseppe Tosi. Giuseppe "Beppe" Tosi (May 25, 1916, in Borgo Ticino, Novara – July 10, 1981) was an Italian athlete, who mainly competed in the discus throw. Biography[edit] He competed for Italy in the men's discus throw event at the 1948 Summer Olympics held in London, Great Britain, where he won the silver medal. In 1946, 1950 and 1954 Tosi won the silver medal at the European Championships. Olympic results[edit] National championships[edit] Beppe Tosi has won 5 times the individual national championship.[2] 5 wins in the discus throw (1943, 1946, 1947, 1948, 1951) See also[edit] Italy at the 1948 Summer Olympics References[edit] External links[edit] Giuseppe Tosi at Sports Reference.

Pietro Locatelli. Pietro Locatelli ca. 1733Mezzotinto by Cornelis Troost (1696–1750) Pietro Antonio Locatelli (born 3 September 1695 in Bergamo; died 30 March 1764 in Amsterdam) was an Italian Baroque composer and violinist. Biography[edit] Bergamo[edit] Little is known about Locatelli's childhood. In his early youth he was the third violinist and held the title of virtuoso in the cappella musicale (musical establishment) of the church of Santa Maria Maggiore in Bergamo.[1] His first violin teachers were probably Ludovico Ferronati and Carlo Antonio Marino, both of whom were members of the cappella. Rome[edit] Travels through Italy and Germany[edit] From 1723 to 1728 Locatelli travelled through Italy and Germany.

Locatelli's activity at the court of the regent of Mantua, the landgrave Philipp von Hessen-Darmstadt, is attested by a 1725 document in which the landgrave refers to him as "our virtuoso". One notice describes Locatelli's visit to Munich. Amsterdam[edit] Nachlass[edit] Music[edit] Works[edit] Violin. A young violinist The violin is sometimes informally called a fiddle, regardless of the type of music played on it. The word violin comes from the Medieval Latin word vitula, meaning stringed instrument;[1] this word is also believed to be the source of the Germanic "fiddle".[2] The violin, while it has ancient origins, acquired most of its modern characteristics in 16th-century Italy, with some further modifications occurring in the 18th and 19th centuries. Violinists and collectors particularly prize the instruments made by the Gasparo da Salò, Giovanni Paolo Maggini, Stradivari, Guarneri and Amati families from the 16th to the 18th century in Brescia and Cremona and by Jacob Stainer in Austria.

A person who makes or repairs violins is called a luthier. History[edit] Turkic and Mongolian horsemen from Inner Asia were probably the world’s earliest fiddlers. The most famous violin makers (luthiers) between the 16th century and the 18th century include: 1658 Baroque violin by Jacob Stainer. Piero della Francesca. Piero della Francesca (Piero di Benedetto dei Franceschi; llamado también Pietro Borghese, Borgo del Santo Sepolcro, en el valle alto del Tíber, cerca de Arezzo, h. 1415[1] – Borgo del Santo Sepolcro, 12 de octubre de 1492) fue un pintor italiano del Quattrocento (siglo XV).

Actualmente se le aprecia sobre todo como pintor especialista en frescos, pero en su época fue conocido también como un geómetra y matemático, maestro de la perspectiva y de la geometría euclidiana, temas en los que se concentró a partir del año 1470. Su pintura se caracterizó por su sereno Humanismo y el uso de las formas geométricas, particularmente en relación con la perspectiva y la luz. Es uno de los principales y fundamentales personajes del Renacimiento, aunque jamás trabajó para los Médicis y pasó poco tiempo en Florencia. Primeros años[editar] Piero nació en un año no precisado entre el 1406 y el 1420, en Sansepolcro,[1] que Vasari llama «Borgo San Sepolcro», región de la Toscana.

Virgen con Niño (h. 1440). Arcangelo Corelli. Arcangelo Corelli Arcangelo Corelli (17 February 1653 – 8 January 1713) was an Italian violinist and composer of the Baroque era. Biography[edit] Baptismal records indicate that Corelli was born on 17 February 1653 in the small Romagna town of Fusignano, then in the diocese of Ferrara.[1] His family were land-owners who had lived in Fusignano since 1506 (a Corelli moved to the area from Rome in the fifteenth century); although apparently prosperous, they were almost certainly not of the nobility, as several fanciful accounts of the composer's genealogy subsequently claimed. [n 1] Corelli's father, from whom he took the name Arcangelo, died five weeks before the composer's birth.

The wealth of anecdotes and legends attached to Corelli contrast sharply with the paucity of reliable contemporary evidence documenting events in his life. However, Corelli used only a limited portion of his instrument's capabilities. Musical society in Rome also owed much to Corelli. Works[edit] Discography[edit] Giuseppe Torelli.

Jacopo Peri. Ignacio de Jerusalem y Stella. Carlo Pallavicino. Giovan Battista Langetti. Giacinto Gimignani. Giacomo Carissimi. Falsobordone. Julian Beever. Cat fugue. Nuevos enfoques sobre el barroco y la (posmodernidad: a propósito de dos estudios de fernando r. de la flor. Giuseppe Tartini. Adriano Palladino. Home. FRANCESCO MARIA BAZZINO - Search results. Massimiliano Neri. Giovanni Battista Natali. Antonio Cesti. Biagio Marini. Venetian School. Livio Mehus. Caravaggio. Giovanni Maria Bottala. Giovanni Battista Vitali. Category:Mannerist paintings.