‘This set is obviously the outcome of a thorough, deeply pondered approach. It more then renders justice to Sweelinck’s music by bringing out its variety.
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Editor Pierre Gouin – Contact. Instruments from the Russell Collection. Drinking Hanging Out In Love. Est-ce Mars; Ballo del granduca. From the Italian style Sweelinck assimilated the beauty of counterpointwhile from the virginalists he developed the virtuosity of passages, arpeggiosand fioriture ornamentation.
Contents 1 Performances 1. The Complete Keyboard Works. Whether these variations came from the teacher or the student — or both in alternation — we can still enjoy what wit and invention they display. Share on facebook twitter tumblr. Les Orgues Historiques Historic Organs.
The first variation shows several passages for the right hand with eighth notes and sixteenth noteswhile the left hand performs an accompaniment in chords with two and three voices. Baroque music Compositions for keyboard Bballo in G major Variations s works. Romantic Evening Sex All Themes. Performer Pages Stefano Ligoratti Harpsichord. Genre Categories Dances ; Variations ; For organ ; Scores featuring the organ ; For 1 player ; For harpsichord ; Scores featuring the harpsichord ; For 4 recorders arr ; Scores featuring the recorder ; For 4 players ; For trumpet, organ arr ; Scores featuring the trumpet ; For 2 players ; For 2 lutes arr ; Scores featuring the lute ; For 2 guitars arr ; Scores featuring the guitar ; For lute, treble instrument arr ; Scores with open instrumentation ; For organ arr.
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Authorship Note The attribution of this work to Sweelinck is questionable. Views Read Edit View history. The composition is based on the theme of a dance of entitled “O che nuova miracolo”, an intermedio from the comedy Intermedi della Pellegrinacomposed by Emilio de’ Cavalieri on the occasion of the wedding of Ferdinando I de’ Medici to Christina of Lorraine.
Ballo del Granduca, for organ (doubtful; probably by Samuel Scheidt). SwWV 319
The theme of the composition, which forms the basis for the variations, offers the improviser considerable of freedom. Creative Commons Attribution Non-commercial 3. The dance includes a theme although the score labels it 1e Variatie and four variations or five, if we count the theme as a first variation. Flanders Recorder Quartet and Friends.
The theme of the composition, later known as “Aria di Fiorenza” or “Ballo del Granduca”, quickly gained renown in Europe and became the basis for at least other songs, contemporary and later. Fortune My Foe – Works for Harpsichord. Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.
Creative Commons Attribution 3. Great Organ Builders of America: Chorale [ clarification needed ] with four variations. Creative Commons Attribution 4. Work Title Ballo del Granduca Alt ernative.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The situation is complicated by the fact that sometimes other musicians, such as Sweelinck ‘s student Samuel Scheidtcontributed “guest” variations to the middle of a group of Sweelinck ‘s works. Dances ; Variations ; For organ ; Scores rel the organ ; For 1 player ; For harpsichord ; Scores featuring the harpsichord ; For 4 recorders arr ; Scores featuring the recorder ; For 4 players ; For trumpet, organ arr ; Scores featuring the trumpet ; For 2 players ; For 2 lutes arr ; Scores featuring the lute ; For 2 vranduca arr ; Scores featuring the guitar ; For lute, treble instrument arr ; Scores with open instrumentation ; For grandica arr.
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Master of the Dutch Renaissance. Intabulation in french Lute-tablature for 2 lutes Ad Secundam. Lower and a bit easier Version. In the fourth variation, the running melodic voice moves consistently at twice the speed, and the fifth and final variation deploys two ornamental lines. Grandua, they allow some infelicities in the voice-leading to be a bit more prevalent; perhaps these were “guest” variations after all.