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Gloria in D (Op. 103/3), RV 589 - Five Movements by Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741). For Chamber Winds (13 players): 2, 2, 2, 2 - 4, 0, 0, 0, double bass. Transcriptions. Wind Ensemble. Baroque; Italian. Full score. Duration 15 minutes. Published by Edwin F. Kalmus (MT.B3990-FSC).
$10.00

Instruments: Double Bass, Strings
Genres: Baroque Period, Italian, Classical, World
3 Pieces From Capricci In Musica (1564) - Score and parts by Ruffo. For SAT Recorders or Treble Viol, Tenor Viol, and Bass Viol. String Trios, Recorder Trios. Italian Instrumental Music of the Renaissance. Score and Parts. Published by London Pro Musica (MM.LPMIM02). This volume presents three more pieces from Ruffos Capriccii in Musica of 1564. For four more pieces from the same source see the first volume of the present series; three more pieces can be found in our anthology Capricci e Ricercari (LPM TM21). The Ruffo print is a remarkable collection, containing pieces that are quite different from the run-of-the-mill Italian instrumental works of the mid-sixteenth century: instead of the usual fantasias based on a string of points of imitation Ruffo uses single parts from madrigals or chansons, or popular dance tunes, as a basis for for a rather distinctive kind of almost improvisatory writing in the free parts. CONTENTS: La Brava Martin minoit son portiau au marche Martin minoit son portiau au marche (transposed) La Sol Fa Re Mi. About Italian Instrumental Music of the Renaissance These pieces are primarily for 2 or 3 instruments. Playable on recorders, viols - and some on crumhorns. Primarily available with just score - although later editions include parts.
$8.75

Instruments: Recorder, Violin, Cello, Viola, Double Bass, Woodwinds, Strings
Genres: Italian, World
4 Pieces From Capricci In Musica (1564) - Score by Ruffo. For ATB Recorders; or Treble Viol, Tenor Viol and Bass Viol. Recorder Trios, String Trios. Italian Instrumental Music of the Renaissance. Score. Published by London Pro Musica (MM.LPMIM01). Vicenzo Ruffo (ca. 1510-1587) is an interesting and unjustly neglected figure. He was a prolific composer, producing a large number of motets and masses. However, it was as a composer of madrigals that he was most successful. Strong rhythmic interest is perhaps the most outstanding feature of his music; harmonically he was less daring than his more famous contemporary Cipriano da Rore (1515-1565). He spent most of his working life in Verona and in Milan, where he was director of music at the cathedral from 1565 to 1572. The collection from which the present pieces are taken, the Capricu in Musica a tre voci (Milan, 1564), is Ruffos only publication of instrumental music. It is an unusual collection in its mixture of popular and academic elements. CONTENTS: La Disperata La Danza La Piva La Gamba in basso e soprano. About Italian Instrumental Music of the Renaissance These pieces are primarily for 2 or 3 instruments. Playable on recorders, viols - and some on crumhorns. Primarily available with just score - although later editions include parts.
$8.75

Instruments: Recorder, Violin, Cello, Viola, Double Bass, Woodwinds, Strings
Genres: Italian, World
7 Ricercari (1588) - Score by F. Guami. For Treble Viol and Bass Viol, or SA Recorders. String Duets, Recorder Duets. Italian Instrumental Music of the Renaissance. Score. Published by London Pro Musica (MM.LPMIM04). Francesco Guami was born in Lucca in about 1544, and died there in 1601 or 1602. He worked as a sackbut player at the court chapel in Munich from 1568 to 1580 under Lassus, and afterwards held the position of maestro di cappella in various places in Germany and Italy, finally returning to his birthplace in 1598. As a composer he seems to have been somewhat overshadowed by his more famous brother Gioseffo (a prolific composer of instrumental canzoni, madrigals and motets), but he did publish some books of madrigals as well as the duos found here. About Italian Instrumental Music of the Renaissance These pieces are primarily for 2 or 3 instruments. Playable on recorders, viols - and some on crumhorns. Primarily available with just score - although later editions include parts.
$8.75

Instruments: Recorder, Double Bass, Woodwinds, Strings
Genres: Italian, World
Sonata in C minor, Opus 5, No. 8 by Arcangelo Corelli (1653-1713). Edited by Fred Zimmerman. For string bass and piano (orchestral tuning). Published by International Music Company (IM.1766).
$8.93

Instruments: Piano Accompaniment, Double Bass, Piano, Piano and Keyboard, Strings
Genres: Classical, Baroque Period, Italian, World