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Rome. / The age of reason

Author: Bamber GascoigneRobin LoughAnthony CashStanley SadieJakob LindbergAll authors
Publisher: Princeton, NJ : Films for the Humanities, ©1988.
Series: Man and music (Princeton, N.J.), vol. 2.
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape   Visual material : English
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"The Roman church established oratories where the congregation would sing sacred music--a practice unknown before the Counter-Reformation. The result was the oratorio, the Church's answer to opera, which it closely resembles in form. This is the age of the Baroque, represented by such artists as Caravaggio and Bernini."--Container.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Bamber Gascoigne; Robin Lough; Anthony Cash; Stanley Sadie; Jakob Lindberg; Roy Goodman; Gino Manjocavallo; Paolo Pandolfo; Rinaldo Alessandrini; John Toll; Susan Sheppard, (Cellist); Patrizia Kwella; Lynne Dawson; Lorelle Skewes; Christine Bunning; Andrew Dalton; Nigel Rogers; Granada Television.
OCLC Number: 26460150
Notes: At end of closing credits: "[copyright] Granada Television 1988."
Subtitle in closing credits: Age of reform.
Credits: Rostrum cameraman, Ivor Richardson ; lighting cameraman, Peter Bartlett ; film editors, Arthur Bennett, Lesley Evans ; musical adviser, Stanley Sadie.
Performer(s): Music performed on period instruments by: Jakob Lindberg, chittarone and theorbo ; Roy Goodman, Gino Manjocavallo, violins ; Paulo Pandolfo, bass violin ; Rinaldo Alessandrini, John Toll, harpsichords ; Susan Sheppard, violoncello ; Patrizia Kweller [i.e. Kwella], Lynne Dawson, Lorelle Skewes, Christine Bunning, sopranos ; Andrew Dalton, counter tenor ; Nigel Rogers, tenor.
Description: 1 videocassette (53 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
Details: VHS format.
Contents: Sections of: La bella man vi stringo / Caccini --
Canzona / Frescobaldi --
Arpeggiata / Kapsberger --
Sant' Alessio / Landi --
Luci belle / Luigi Rossi --
Jephthe. Transivit ergo / Carissimi.
Series Title: Man and music (Princeton, N.J.), vol. 2.
Other Titles: Age of reason
Age of reform
Responsibility: written and narrated by Bamber Gascoigne ; director, Robin Lough ; producer, Tony Cash.

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"The Roman church established oratories where the congregation would sing sacred music--a practice unknown before the Counter-Reformation. The result was the oratorio, the Church's answer to opera, which it closely resembles in form. This is the age of the Baroque, represented by such artists as Caravaggio and Bernini."--Container.

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