Canzon 1 'Licori' (Bonelli, Aurelio)

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PMLP525489-Bonelli; Canzon 1.Licore.pdf
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For 2 Trumpets and 2 Trombones (Rondeau)

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PMLP525489-BonPriLicALL.pdf
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General Information

Work Title Canzon Prima: Licori
Alternative Title
Composer Bonelli, Aurelio
Movements/Sections 1
First Publication 1602 in Il Primo Libro de Ricercari et canzoni a qvattro voci
Average Duration 3 minutes
Piece Style Renaissance
Instrumentation 4 Instruments or Keyboard Solo


Misc. Comments

The contents of Primo libro de ricercari et canzoni, according to Grove Music, "mostly in four parts, belong to the ‘classical’ Venetian tradition of instrumental music; they are also found, transcribed into German organ tablature and decked out with organ-style embellishments and diminutions, in a source in the Biblioteca Nazionale Universitaria, Turin (VIII, Giordano, 8), which dates from 1639–40." This puts the organ version after Bonelli's death, and not necessarily by him, although he was an organist.

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