Ricercar III (Segni, Giulio)

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For 2 Lutes (Höger)

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Misc. Notes Because most of my Intabulations are never heard before, I decided to make a simple computer synthesized audio file for hearing control.
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Arrangements and Transcriptions

For 2 Lutes (Höger)

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Misc. Notes Intabulations in french lute tablature. If performed I would look forward about a small reference to my efforts.
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Misc. Notes Intabulations in italian lute tablature. If performed I would look forward about a small reference to my efforts.
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For 2 Guitars (Höger)

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General Information

Work Title Ricercar III
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Composer Segni, Giulio
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Renaissance
Piece Style Renaissance
Instrumentation see below, Comments


Misc. Comments

Segni wrote many ricercars. 13 of them were published in Musica Nova in 1540, and Grove Music lists this set as for "insts". A further ricercar was specifically for keyboard, and there were also 12 for lute, and Grove Music lists these as "(?all arrs.)" It seems many of these were intabulated by others, not Segni himself. According to Grove, "[t]o what extent these intabulations disguised the original polyphony is now difficult to determine, but the high incidence of restatement and the fairly consistent imitative writing indicate that the lost originals probably resembled his pieces in Musica nova."