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Original vocal improvisations from the 16th-18th centuries.

Author: Hellmuth Christian WolffClaudin de SermisyCipriano de RoreA C HowieGiovanni Pierluigi da PalestrinaAll authors
Publisher: Cologne, A. Volk Verlag; New York, sole distributors for the U.S.A.: MCA Music, [©1972]
Series: Musikwerk (Anthology of music), no. 41.
Edition/Format:   Musical score : FrenchView all editions and formats
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Wolff, Hellmuth Christian, 1906-1988.
Original vocal improvisations from the 16th-18th centuries.
Cologne, A. Volk Verlag; New York, sole distributors for the U.S.A.: MCA Music, [©1972]
(OCoLC)635451629
Document Type: Musical Score
Music Type: Part-songs; Songs; Operas
All Authors / Contributors: Hellmuth Christian Wolff; Claudin de Sermisy; Cipriano de Rore; A C Howie; Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina; Ignazio Donati; Bénigne de Bacilly; George Frideric Handel
OCLC Number: 1117576
Notes: Original title: Originale Gesangsimprovisationen des 16. bis 18. Jahrhunderts.
Contains part-songs for 4 voices, solo songs with continuo, and arias with instrumental ensemble; each work includes alternative voice parts with embellishments.
French, Italian, Latin, or German words.
Introduction: p. 5-10.
Description: 1 score (171 pages) 33 cm.
Contents: L'anguir me fais, with alterations to the discant and bass part by Adriano Petit Coclico ; C'est à grant tort, with alterations to the discant and bass parts by Adriano Petit Coclico / Claudin de Sermisy --
Beato me direi, sections I and II, with embellished soprano part by Girolamo della Casa ; Alla dolc'ombra, with embellishments of all four parts by Girolamo della Casa / Cipriano de Rore --
Madrigal for 4 parts Io son ferito, ahi lasso, and motet version Ave verum corpus with Giovanni B. Bovicelli's embellishments / Pierluigi da Palestrina --
Three sacred motets for solo voice and basso continuo, with the unembellished versions by W. Schonsleder and J.A. Herbst : O Maria, Die genitrix ; Inclina Mater, misericorda aures tuae ; Ego dormio et cor meum vigilat / Ignazio Donati --
Four airs, with the second strophes varied, for soprano and basso continuo : Puisque Phillis est infidèle ; Petite abeille ; Vous ne pouvez, Iris, vous montrez plus sevère ; Vous savez donner l'amour / Bénigne de Bacilly --
Sulla ruota di fortuna from the opera Rinaldo, for alto, strings and basso continuo, with the vocal embellishments of Valentino Urbani; reconstructed from the harpsichord version by William Babell ; Three of Teofone's arias for alto, string orchestra and basso continuo from the opera Ottone, with the embellishments by Gaetano Guadagni : Affanni del pensier ; Alla fama dimmi il vero ; Benche mi sia crudele / George Frideric Handel --
Tobe Welt und Widersacher from soprano, strings and basso continuo from the Cantata no. 32 Der Gerechte muss viel leiden, with Graupner's own embellishments / Christoph Graupner --
Digli ch'io son fedele for soprano, strings and basso continuo from the opera Cleofide, with vocal embellishments by Faustina Hasse-Bordoni and Frederick II of Prussia --
Glückselig ist for soprano and basso continuo from the opera Die verkehrte Welt, with comic variations by Telemann / Georg Philipp Telemann.
Series Title: Musikwerk (Anthology of music), no. 41.
Other Titles: Originale Gesangsimprovisationen des 16. bis 18. Jahrhunderts.
Responsibility: Translated from the German by A.C. Howie.

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