This is a collection of secular Italian songs and sacred Latin works. This is a facsimile of the 1618 edition published in Florence by Zanobi Pignoni.
Critical edition, with continuo realization by Angelo Coan. Composed for the wedding of Maria de Medici to Henri IV of France in 1600 at the Palazzo Pitti in Florence.With facsimile of the title page to the original edition and the composer's introductory comments. List of characters, libretto.
The ensemble La Nuova Musica performs vocal and instrumental pieces by Caccini, Monteverdi, Castaldi, Kapsberger, Frescobaldi, and Phillips.
This work consists of six monodies by Giulio Caccini, as recomposed by Christiansen: 1. Tutto'l di piango -- 2. Dolcissimo sospiro -- 3. Alme luci beate -- 4. Amarilli mia bella -- 5. Amor, io parto -- 6. Vedro'l mio sol. With program, performance and electronics notes.
The author explores how Caccini was able to carve out a highly successful career in music at a time when no other woman could do the same. With a foreword by Catharine R. Stimpson, preface, appendices, notes, bibliography, index, music examples, and plates. This paperback edition does not include a…
The author explores how Caccini was able to carve out a highly successful career in music at a time when no other woman could do the same. With a foreword by Catharine R. Stimpson, preface, appendices, notes, bibliography, index, music examples, plates, and CD of audio examples.
Contains songs by Caccini, Durante, Falconieri, Frescobaldi, Monteverdi and others.
Ansermet performs music by Caccini, as well as by Piccinini and Kapsberger. With Paolo Cherici, lute.
Five arias of Caccini arranged for voice and piano: Udite, udite, amanti; Occhi immortali; Odi, Euterpe, il dolce canto; Belle rose purpurine; and Chi mi confort'ahime. Reprint edition.
The solo songs by Caccini in this volume include Vedro il mio sol; Amarilli mia bella; Sfogava con le stelle; Fortunato augellino; Dovro dunque morire; and Filli, mirando il cielo. Reprint edition. Realized & Ed. By Carlo Perinello.
Music by Cima, Lappi, Monteverdi, Grandi, Caccini, and others. With Il Desiderio.
Vox Luminis performs music by Lasso, Susato, Monteverdi, Rossi, Caccini, Gabrieli, Frescobaldi, Romero, and Marini.
Music by Giulio Caccini and Jacopo Peri. With Angelique Mauillon, arpa doppia.
Realized and edited by Carlo Perinello. Includes: Io parto amati lumi; Ardi, cor mio; Arde il mio petto misero; Fere selvaggie, che per monti errate; and Fillide mia, se di belta sei vaga. Reprint edition.
Realized and edited by Carlo Perinello. The six solo vocal works in this reprint edition are: Movetevi a pieta; Queste lagrime amare; Dolcissimo sospiro; Amor, io parto; Non piu guerra, pietate; and Perfidissimo volto.
With editorial notes in Italian. Volume One contains 23 pieces; Volume Two contains 29 pieces. Volume One contains an appendix with the song Quest'arte non patisce la mediocrita. The songs are for solo voice and continuo. This edition is based on several printings from the early 17th century.
Daughter of Giulio Caccini and sister of Francesca Caccini. She was employed by the Medici court, then by the court in Mantua. All the works attributed to Settima are strophic songs, set to conventionally amorous texts.
The ensemble La Chimera performs music by Rasi, Monteverdi, Josquin, Caccini, and others. Featuring tenor Furio Zanasi.
Dunford performs toccatas by Kapsberger. He also performs songs by Caccini, Merula and others, with mezzo-soprano Anna Reinhold.
Caroli plays music by Caccini, Debussy, Busoni, Mendelssohn, Kurtag, Honegger, Marais, and others. With Keiko Nakayama, piano.