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A look at the life, times and music of the Italian Baroque composer Pasquini. With an introduction, appendix, bibliography, and index. Color plates. Music examples.
An oratorio in two parts and 53 movements. This vocal score, prepared by Pasquini, also includes an edition of the libretto.
Contents: Ciaccona improvvisata per la Madonna di Grodowiec -- Sonata for 2 Harpsichords in D Minor -- Sonata for 2 Harpsichords in E Minor -- Sonata for 2 Harpsichords in C Major -- Sonata for 2 Harpsichords in C Minor -- Partita-Improvisation -- Fantasia in F-Sharp Minor, Wq. 67, H. 300 --…
With an introduction and synopsis in Italian and English. Libretto. Critical notes. This opera was composed in 1830/31 on a libretto by Felice Romani, for performance in Madrid. This edition is based on two manuscripts - one held in Bologna; the other, in Madrid.
Contents: Messa in La maggiore (1683) -- Messa in Fa maggiore (1686). With an introduction in Italian and English. Critical notes. These masses are both for five voices and orchestra. Written in Bologna, these are the only masses by Gabrieli known to survive.
This oratorio tells the Biblical story of Jonah. Bassani composed the work on a libretto by Ambrogio Ambrosini. This edition includes an introduction in Italian and English, a printing of the libretto, and critical notes.
Music by the Italian Baroque composer Pasquini.
Emer Buckley performs fifteen selections from Pasquini's manuscript. Buckley performs on the clavecin.
James Johnstone performs this collection of rare pieces, most of which are world premiere recordings. Pasquini was a superb keyboardist in Italy in the latter half of the 16th century.
Organists Luca Scandali and Hadrien Jourdan play the music of Pasquini.
Romiti plays 14 pieces for organ by the Italian Baroque composer Pasquini.
Cera performs organ music by Frescobaldi, Pasquini, Zipoli, Vivaldi, Muffat, Buxtehude, and Bach.
Rieger plays music by Bach, Durante, Pasquini, A. Scarlatti, and Mattheson. Includes world premiere recordings.
Kitchen plays music by Louis Couperin, Haydn, Blow, Froberger, Pasquini, Byrd, Alessandro Scarlatti, and more.
Marcon performs music by Rossi, Storace, Pasquini, Scarlatti, Pescetti, Galuppi, Paganelli, Valeri, and Bergamo.
Saorgin performs canzones, toccatas and ricercares by Gabrieli, Ponchielli, Frescobaldi, Guami, Malvezzi, Soderini, and Pasquini.
Edited by Thomas J. Martino. Music for 2 violins, cello and continuo from the oratorio by Pasquini, which premiered in Ariccia in 1687. With an editor's note.
This two-volume set includes a collection of Pasquini's keyboard works in his own hand. The full title: Sonate per gravecembalo composte dal Sig. Bernardo Pasquini e scritte di sua mano in questo libro, A.D. 1702. With an introduction by Emere Buckley.z
Attilio Cremonesi and Alessandro de Marchi perform Pasquini's Sonate a due cembali (1704), sonatas 1 through 14.
Cantatas for soprano and bass voices by Pasquini. With Sharon Rostorf-Zamir, soprano; Furio Zanasi, baritone; and Ensemble Capella Tiberina.
The second and final volume of this facsimile of Pasquini's collection of his keyboard music. With comments by Emer Buckley.
Edited by Thomas J. Martino. In three movements. With an editor's note. This music comes from an opera which premiered in Ariccia in 1672.