Settimo Ballo (Allegri, Lorenzo)

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 Complete Performance on Strings
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Martin Grayson (2012/2/2)

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Sibelius 6

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 Complete Score
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Martin Grayson (2012/2/2)

PMLP308931-LAllegri-Ballo-7.pdf
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Martin Grayson (2012/2/2)

PMLP308931-LAllegri-Ballo-7-Recorders.pdf
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These file(s) are part of the Werner Icking Music Collection, and are also included in the Mondrup Recorder Collection.

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General Information

Work Title Settimo Ballo
Alternative Title
Composer Allegri, Lorenzo
Movements/Sections 3
Piece Style Baroque
Instrumentation 3 violins, 2 violas, cello (apparently also an ad lib. continuo)


Misc. Comments

  • According to Grove Music, "All of [Allegri's] dances can be identified as belonging to entertainments produced at the Medici court between 1608 and 1615, including La notte d'Amore (1608), La serena (1611, reworked as Le ninfe di Senna, 1613), Alta Maria (1614), I Campi Elisi (1614) and L'Iride (1615); each suite consists of dances from a single work."
  • All 8 Ballets, used for Florentine stage works were published in Il Primo Libro delle Musiche, Venice 1618.
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