Madrigals, Book 5, SV 94–106 (Monteverdi, Claudio)
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Scores and Parts
Venice: Ricciardo Amadino, 1608. (CTABQ); 1615 (Basso Continuo).
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.
|Work Title||Il quinto libro de madrigali|
|Alternative Title||Madrigals, Book 5|
|Opus/Catalogue Number||SV 94–106|
|Composer Time Period||Baroque|
|Instrumentation||SSATB, continuo (Quinto [Q] occasionally Tenor)
- 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.