Canzoni, Libro 1b (Frescobaldi, Girolamo)

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Work Title Canzoni, Libro 1b
Alternative. Title Il primo libro delle canzoni ad una, due, tre, e quattro voci. Accomodate, per sonare ogni sorte de stromenti
Composer Frescobaldi, Girolamo
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. RISM A/I: F 1868
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 35 pieces
  • Voci sole
1. Canzon prima à canto solo (violino solo over cornetto), F 8.02b
2. Canzon seconda à canto solo (violino solo over cornetto), F 8.03b
3. Canzon terza à canto solo (violino solo over cornetto), F 8.05b
4. Canzon quarta à canto solo (violino solo), F 8.04b
5. Canzon prima à basso solo, F 8.06b
6. Canzon seconda à basso solo, F 8.09b
7. Canzon terza à basso solo, F 8.07b
8. Canzon quarta à basso solo, F 8.08b
  • A Due voci
9. Canzon prima à due canti, F 8.10b
10. Canzon seconda à due canti, F 8.11b
11. Canzon terza à due canti, F 8.12b
12. Canzon quarta à due canti, F 8.13b
13. Canzon quinta à due canti, F 8.14b
14. Canzon prima à due bassi, F 8.15b
15. Canzon seconda à due bassi, F 8.16b
16. Canzon terza à due bassi, F 8.17b
17. Canzon quarta à due bassi, F 8.18b
18. Canzon prima à canto e basso, F 8.19b
19. Canzon seconda à canto e basso, F 8.20b
20. Canzon terza à canto e basso, F 8.21b
21. Canzon quarta à canto e basso, F 8.22b
22. Canzon quinta à canto e basso, F 8.23b
23. Canzon sesta à canto e basso, F 8.24b
  • A Tre voci
24. Canzon prima à due bassi e canto, F 8.25b
25. Canzon seconda à due bassi e canto, F 8.26b
26. Canzon terza à due bassi e canto, F 8.27b
27. Canzon quarta à due canti e basso, F 8.30b
28. Canzon quinta à due canti e basso, F 8.31b
29. Canzon sesta à due canti e basso, F 8.32b
  • A Tre voci
30. Canzon prima à due bassi e due canti, F 8.35b
31. Canzon seconda à due bassi e due canti, F 8.36b
32. Canzon terza à due bassi e due canti, F 8.37b
33. Canzon quarta à due canti e due canti, F 8.38b
34. Canzon quinta à due canti e due canti, F 8.41b
35. Canzon sesta à due canti e due canti, F 8.42b
First Publication. 1628 - Rome: Giovanni Battista Robletti
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Baroque
Piece Style Baroque
Instrumentation 1-4 instruments (SATB), continuo; accompaniment not stipulated, but the first music page of the Canto partbook indicates "violino over cornetto", so string or brass ensembles are implied
Related Works Final revsion = Canzoni da sonare a una, due, tre et quattro (ca.1634)
External Links Frescobaldi Thematic Catalog
Extra Information The contents of the three publications of ensemble canzonas, Canzoni (Masotti, 1628), Canzoni (Robletti, 1628), and Canzoni (1634) are related, but not identical, and the relationships are complicated. A canzona may appear in just one, two or all three publications, and the versions may be identical, slightly different, or radically different. Their order also differs in each of the publications. Canzoni (Masotti, 1628) was published in partitura (open score) format, edited by Frescobaldi’s student Bartolomeo Grassi, whereas the Canzoni (Robletti, 1628) and Canzoni (1634) were published as sets of partbooks by the composer himself.


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Contains duets, trios, quartets in mensural notation. Varying combinations of instruments: canto, alto, tenore, basso, e.g. "canto e due bassi", etc.