2 edition of Carlo Francesco Pollarolo found in the catalog.
Carlo Francesco Pollarolo
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Died 20 Carlo Francesco Pollarolo's opera Il Costantino pio [the pious Constantine] premiered in Rome. Lib. A. Ottoboni Feb 8 Alessandro Scarlatti's opera La principessa fedele [the true princess] premiered in Naples. Lib. A. Piovene. Carlo Francesco Pollarolo (composer ) - Play streams in full or download MP3 from Classical Archives (), the largest and best organized classical music .
Ayana Smith is associate professor of music in musicology at the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music and a specialist in Italian baroque opera. Her current book manuscript, and Carlo Francesco Pollarolo’s opera La forza della virt. The Decameron (/ d ɪ ˈ k æ m ər ə n /; Italian: Decameron [deˈkaːmeron, dekameˈrɔn, -ˈron] or Decamerone [dekameˈroːne]), subtitled Prince Galehaut (Old Italian: Prencipe Galeotto [ˈprentʃipe ɡaleˈɔtto, ˈprɛn-]) and sometimes nicknamed l'Umana commedia ("the Human comedy"), is a collection of novellas by the 14th-century Italian author Giovanni Boccaccio (–).Author: Giovanni Boccaccio.
Browse and buy all classical recordings by Carlo Francesco Pollarolo (c). Buy CDs,DVDs online at : Il cembalo transalpino: Music from the Fitzwilliam Collection, Works by Galeazzo Sabbatini, Peter Philips, Giulio Cesare Arresti, Peter Philips, Carlo Francesco Pollarolo, Domenico Zipoli / Sophie Yates, harpsichord Label: Chandos Records - CHA
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Venceslao: Drama [Carlo Francesco Pollarolo, Apostolo Zeno] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages.
Compositions by: Pollarolo, Carlo Francesco. The following 10 pages are in this category, out of 10 total. Ariodante (Pollarolo, Carlo Francesco) C. Cor ferite, o coeli amores (Pollarolo, Carlo Francesco) E. Ecco il maggio Pastorelle (Pollarolo, Carlo Francesco) I.
Carlo Francesco Pollarolo was an Italian composer, chiefly of operas. Born into a musical family, he became the cathedral organist of his home town of Bresci. U.S.
RISM Libretto Project. Five acts each followed by an untitled "coro" involving sets, costumes, playing, singing and (vos. ) dancing. Notation on title page: CF Pollaroli; notation attributing music to "Carlo Francesco Pollaroli"--p.
2; librettist's dedication signed "Girolamo Frigimelica Roberti"--p. ; librettist's foreword--p. ; "Argomento"--p. ; "Scene, machine e cori"--p. U.S. RISM Libretto Project.
Three acts; p. 78 misnumbered 54; illustration--p. 1; notation Carlo Francesco Pollarolo book illustration: Pollarolo Carlo Francesco; librettist's dedication--p. ; foreword--p. ; scene descriptions--p. Music "possibly by Pollarolo"--New Grove. Performers' names not given.
Performance: Venezia, Teatro Grimani di San Giovanni Grisostomo, Unfolding in a narrative fashion, the text explores facets of the philosophical and literary background, and concludes with close readings of text and music, using visual symbolism to create readings of gender and character in two operas: Alessandro Scarlatti\'s La Statira (Rome, ), and Carlo Francesco Pollarolo\'s La Carlo Francesco Pollarolo book della virt\u00F9.
Unfolding in a narrative fashion, the text explores facets of the philosophical and literary background and concludes with close readings of text and music, using visual symbolism to create readings of gender and character in two operas: Alessandro Scarlatti's La Statira (Rome, ), and Carlo Francesco Pollarolo's La forza della virtù.
Carlo Francesco Pollarolo (ca. – 7 February ) was an Italian composer, chiefly of operas. Born into a musical family, he became the cathedral organist of his home town of Brescia.
In the s he began composing operas for performance in nearby Venice. Riccardo Carlo Mario Maccarrone views Carlo Francesco Pollarolo (c): "Capriccio di Seignore Polaroli" from "Andreas Bach Book" - Duration: accessing the record of Europe's book heritage.
Query: Search thesaurus/cnp Pollarolo, Carlo Francesco. Pollarolo, Carlo Francesco Record ID cnp URI http Pollarolo, Carlo Francesco used in: Bibliothèque nationale de France, Paris. Variant Name Polaroli, Carlo Fran. Adriano Morselli was a Venetian librettist active between and His libretti have been set to music by composers like Antonio Vivaldi, Alessandro Scarlatti, Giacomo Antonio Perti, Bernardo Sabadini, Carlo Francesco Pollarolo and Domenico most popular works were L'incoronazione di Dario from and Tullo Ostilio fromand the unfinished La pace fra Authority control: BIBSYS:BNF:.
Most widely held works by Karl Philip Il Pastore d'Anfriso.: tragedia pastorale per musica da rappresentarsi nel Teatro Grimano di San Gio: Grisostomo l'anno M. XCV. [i.e. ]: dedicata all' altezza serenissima di Carlo Filippo principe margrauio di Brandeburg &c.
&c by Carlo Francesco Pollarolo (Book). Carlo Francesco Pollarolo. Previous sheet music Next sheet music >> "Capriccio di Seignore Polaroli" from "Andreas Bach Book" Carlo Francesco Pollarolo.
LIKE. SHARE. PLAYLIST. VIDEO. MP3 • • • Annotate this sheet music. Note the level: Note the interest. Unfolding in a narrative fashion, the text explores facets of the philosophical and literary background and concludes with close readings of text and music, using visual symbolism to create readings of gender and character in two operas: Alessandro Scarlatti's La Statira (Rome, ), and Carlo Francesco Pollarolo's La forza della virtù.
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Buy Venice By Night - Albinoni, Lotti, Pollarolo, Porta, Veracini, Vivaldi by Antonio Vivaldi, Francesco Maria Veracini, Tomaso Albinoni, Giovanni Porta, Carlo Francesco Pollarolo, Antonio Lotti, Adrian Chandler, La Serenissima, Mhairi Lawson, Simon Munday from Amazon's Classical Music Store.
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Legrenzi: Canto & Basso - Vocal & Instrumental Music — Carlo Francesco Pollarolo — CD — Classical Composed by Carlo Francesco Pollarolo, Giovanni Luigi Battiferri, Giovanni Legrenzi (), Giovanni Paolo Colonna, and Tarquinio Merula. Classical. Brilliant Classics #BRI The Andreas Bach Buch is an important, early 18th-century source of keyboard music by French, German and Italian composers, including JS Bach, Buxtehude, Froberger, Pachelbel and many others.
Maurizio Croci has devised a pleasing selection of well-known works, such as Bach’s Passacaglia (here given a bold, magisterial reading), and ones which deserve to be heard more frequently.
Carlo Francesco Pollarolo: Capriccio. di Sigre Polaroli. in C major (Capriccio in C major) Johann Sebastian Bach: Fantasia. di J. S. B. in C major (Fantasia in C major, BWV ) Johann Adam Reincken: Partite diverse sopra l'Aria: Schweiget mir von Weiber nehmen φ.
Composer: Various.Not far in distance and time from Scarlatti’s La Statira, Carlo Francesco Pollarolo’s opera La forza della virtù premiered in Venice in at the San Giovanni Grisostomo Theater.
The librettist, Domenico David (d. ), and the patron, Giovanni Carlo Grimani, were members of the Accademia degli Animosi, or “Academy of the Spirited.Of course there s Vivaldi and Albinoni, but also some delicious canzoni di batello (songs sung in large gondolas), and world premiere recordings of an instrumental work by the always-dazzling Veracini, a breathtaking motet by Lotti and rarities by Carlo Francesco Pollarolo and Giovanna Porta.
The performances are outstanding/5(7).