Canzoni da sonare a una, due, tre et quattro (Frescobaldi, Girolamo)

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Work Title Canzoni da sonare a una, due, tre et quattro, libro primo
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Composer Frescobaldi, Girolamo
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. F 8c ; RISM A/I: F 1870
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 40 pieces
  1. Canzon 1 à canto solo, F 8.01c
  2. Canzon 2 à canto solo, F 8.04c
  3. Canzon 3 à canto solo, F 8.02c
  4. Canzon 4 à canto solo, F 8.05c
  5. Canzon 1 à basso solo, F 8.06c
  6. Canzon 2 à basso solo, F 8.07c
  7. Canzon 3 à basso solo, F 8.09c
  8. Canzon 1 à due bassi, F 8.15c
  9. Canzon 2 à due bassi, F 8.17c
  10. Canzona 3 à due bassi, F 8.16c
  11. Canzon 4 à due bassi, F 8.18c
  12. Canzon 1 à 2, canto e basso, F 8.19c
  13. Canzon 2 à 2, canto e basso, F 8.20c
  14. Canzon 3 à 2, canto e basso, F 8.21c
  15. Canzon 4 à 2, canto e basso, F 8.22c
  16. Canzon 5 à 2, canto e basso, F 8.23c
  17. Canzon 6 à 2, canto e basso, F 8.24c
  18. Canzon 1 à due canti, F 8.10c
  19. Canzon 2 à due canti, F 8.11c
  20. Canzon 3 à due canti, F 8.14c
  21. Canzon 4 à due canti, F 8.12c
  22. Canzon 1 à 3, due bassi e canto, F 8.25c
  23. Canzon 2 à 3, due bassi e canto, F 8.26c
  24. Canzon 3 à 3, due bassi e canto, F 8.28c
  25. Canzon 4 à 3, due bassi e canto, F 8.29c
  26. Canzon 1 à 3, due canti e basso, F 8.33c
  27. Canzon 2 à 3, due canti e basso, F 8.32c
  28. Canzon 3 à 3, due canti e basso, F
  29. Canzon 4 à 3, due canti e basso, F 8.30c
  30. Canzon 5 à 3, due canti e basso, F 8.34c
  31. Canzon 1 à 4, due canti e due bassi, F 8.39c
  32. Canzon 2 à 4, due canti e due bassi, F 8.38c
  33. Canzon 3 à 4, due canti e due bassi, F 8.40c
  34. Canzon 4 à 4, due canti e due bassi, F 8.35c
  35. Canzon 1 à 4, canto, alto, tenor e basso, sopra Rugier, F 8.44c
  36. Canzon 2 à 4, canto, alto, tenor e basso, sopra Romanesca, F 8.45c
  37. Canzon 3 à 4, canto, alto, tenor e basso, F 8.42c
  38. Canzon 4 à 4, canto, alto, tenor e basso, F 8.46c
  39. Canzon 5 à 4, canto, alto, tenor e basso, F 8.47c
  40. Canzon 6 à 4, canto, alto, tenor e basso, F 8.48c
First Publication. 1634* - Venice: Alessandro Vincenti
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Baroque
Piece Style Baroque
Instrumentation Various Instruments
Related Works Final version of the 1628 Canzoni, Libro 1b
External Links Frescobaldi Thematic Catalog
Extra Information *Actual publication may not have taken place until 1635 or even early 1636, even though the printed date is 1634. Despite the "libro primo" designation, this was the only volume of Frescobaldi's Canzoni issued by Vincenti during the composer's lifetime. There is some dispute about the authenticity of the 1645 collection published by Vincenti, which was designated as "Libro quarto" in any case. Two previous collections of Frescolbaldi's Canzoni were issued in 1628 in Rome, in score by Paolo Masotti and as partbooks by Giovanni Battista Robletti.