Madrigals, Book 5, SV 94–106 (Monteverdi, Claudio)

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Publisher. Info. Venice: Ricciardo Amadino, 1608. (CTABQ); 1615 (Basso Continuo).
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Misc. Notes Facing pages. Original print order is given above; the order of pages in the Bologna facsimile has been changed to Canto, Alto, Tenore, Basso, Quinto, Basso Continuo. The Basso Continuo derives from a later Amadino reprint of 1615, with slightly different wording on the title page. The first double page of music in the Alto partbook (containing a blank verso, and Cruda Amarilli on the recto) is missing from this scan.
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Publisher. Info. Tutte le opere di Claudio Monteverdi, Vol.5
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Work Title Il quinto libro de madrigali
Alternative. Title Madrigals, Book 5
Title-page transcription
Il Qvinto Libro / de Madrigali / a cinqve voci. / Di Clavdio Monteverde / Maestro della Musica del Serenissimo / Sig. Duca di Mantoa. / Col Basso continuo per il Clauicembalo Chittarone od altro / simile istromento, fatto particolarmente per li sei / vltimi, & per li altri a beneplacito. / Di nouo ristampato. / In Venetia, Appresso Ricciardo Amadino. / M D C V I I I.
Composer Monteverdi, Claudio
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. SV 94–106
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 13 madrigals:
1. Cruda Amarilli, SV 94
2. O Mirtillo, Mirtill’anima mia, SV 95
3. Era l’anima mia, SV 96
4. Ecco Silvio, SV 97
b. Ma se con la pietà non è in te spenta
c. Dorinda, ah! dirò mia, se mia non sei
d. Ecco, piegando le ginocchie a terra
e. Ferir quel petto, Silvio'
5. Ch’io t’ami, SV 98
b. Deh bella e cara e sì soave un tempo
c. Ma tu, più che mai dura favilla de pietà
6. Che dar più vi poss’io, caro mio ben prendete, SV 99
7. M’è più dolce il penar per Amarilli, SV 100
8. Ahi come a un vago sol cortese giro, SV 101
9. Troppo ben può questo tiranno Amore, SV 102
10. Amor, se giusto sei fa che la donna mia, SV 103
11. T'amo mia vita, SV 104
12. E così a poc’a poco torno farfalla, SV 105
13a. Sinfonia – Questi vaghi concenti che gli augelletti intorno, SV 106a
13b. Sinfonia – Deh se potess’ anch’io, SV 106b
First Publication. 1605
Librettist Various
Language Italian
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Baroque
Piece Style Baroque
Instrumentation SSATB, continuo (Quinto [Q] occasionally Tenor)
SV 94. SSTTB, bc [clefs: S=G2,A=C1,Q=C3,T=C3,B=F3]
SV 95. SSATB, bc [C1,Q=C1,C3,C4,F4]
SV 96. SSATB, bc [C1,C1,Q=C3,C4,F4]
SV 97. SSATB, bc [G2,Q=G2,C2,C3,F3]
SV 97b. SSATB, bc [G2,Q=G2,C2,C3,F3]
SV 97c. SSATB, bc [G2,Q=G2,C2,C3,F3]
SV 97d. SSATB, bc [G2,Q=G2,C2,C3,F3]
SV 97e. SSATB, bc [G2,Q=G2,C2,C3,F3]
SV 98. SSATB, bc [C1,Q=C1,C3,C4,F4]
SV 98b. SSATB, bc [C1,Q=C1,C3,C4,F4]
SV 98c. SSATB, bc [C1,Q=C1,C3,C4,F4]
SV 99. SSATB, bc [C1,Q=C1,C3,C4,F4]
SV 100. SSATB, bc [C1,Q=C1,C3,C4,F4]
SV 101. SSTTB, bc [C1,C1,Q=C4,C4,F4]
SV 102. SSATB, bc [C1,Q=C2,C3,C4,F4]
SV 103. SSATB, bc [C1,Q=C1,C3,C4,F4]
SV 104. SSATB, bc [C1,Q=C1,C3,C4,F4]
SV 105. SSATTB, bc [C1,C3,C4,F4,Q=C1+C4]
SV 106a. SATB–SATB, 9 instr, bc
SV 106b. SSATB–SATB, 9 instr, bc
[Primo choro: Canto=C1+C3, Tenore=C4+F4, Quinto=C1; Secondo choro: Alto=C1+C3, Basso=C4+F4)


Misc. Comments

  • Studiosi lettori: Monteverdi’s own written description of the “Seconda Prattica” manner of composition that distinguishes it from the "Prima Prattica". This was the subject of a critical attack on Monteverdi by the renaissance theorist Artusi.