Girolamo Frescobaldi, Giovanni Battista Fontana, Gerard Schwarz - The Age Of Splendour mp3 album
Giovanni Battista Fontana. Profile: Italian Baroque composer and violinist (Brescia, c. 1571 – Padua, c. 1630). Variations: Viewing All Giovanni Battista Fontana. Fontana, Giovanni Fontana. Cazzati, Fontana, Marini, Telemann, Gerard Schwarz - A Baroque Trumpet Recital (Album). Girolamo Frescobaldi, Giovanni Battista Fontana, Gerard Schwarz - The Age Of Splendour (LP).
Giovanni Battista Fontana (1589–1630) was an early Baroque Italian composer and violinist. Fontana was born in Brescia, and worked there and in Rome, Venice, and Padua. He died in Padua during the plague of 1629–31. Nearly all information on Fontana comes from the preface by Fr. Giovanni Battista Reghino to his posthumously published 18 (sometimes incorrectly stated 12) sonatas (Sonate a . per il violino, o cornetto, fagotto, chitarone, violoncino o simile altro istromento, Venice: Bartolomeo Magni, 1641). Sonata seconda (Sonate concertate in stil moderno) (feat. Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment & Robert Howarth). Giovanni Battista Fontana.
Giovanni Girolamo Kapsperger (also: Johann(es) Hieronymus Kapsberger or Giovanni Geronimo Kapsperger; c. 1580 – 17 January 1651) was a German-Italian virtuoso performer and composer of the early Baroque period. A prolific and highly original composer, Kapsberger is chiefly remembered today for his lute and theorbo (chitarrone) music, which was seminal in the development of these as solo instruments.
Girolamo Frescobaldi. by. Christine Jeanneret. Even during his lifetime, Girolamo Frescobaldi (b. 1583–d. 1643) was considered a prodigious virtuoso as well as one of the greatest composers for keyboard music in a new style. He was born in Ferrara and trained there under Luzzasco Luzzaschi. In 1608 he succeeded Ercole Pasquini at the organ of St. Peter in Rome, a position he was to retain all his life, except for two short stays in Mantua (1615) and Florence (1628–1634). Frescobaldi was the first significant composer to write instrumental music almost exclusively . Popular Song in the Age of Louis XIV. Post-Colonialism.
Claudio Giovanni Antonio Monteverdi (Italian: ( listen); 15 May 1567 (baptized) – 29 November 1643) was an Italian composer, string player and choirmaster. A composer of both secular and sacred music, and a pioneer in the development of opera, he is considered a crucial transitional figure between the Renaissance and the Baroque periods of music history. Cavalli, who joined in 1616 at the age of 14; he was to remain connected with San Marco throughout his life, and was to develop a close association with Monteverdi
The composer Girolamo Frescobaldi at the age of 36, by Claude Mellan (1619). art engraving classical music girolamo frescobaldi 17th century 1600s 1600s art claude mellan french art renaissance. Girolamo Frescobaldi (1583-1643) - Canzone terza à 2 Concerto di Margherita Francesca Benetti (Theorbe und Leitung), Tanja Vogrin (Harfe), Giovanna Baviera (viola da gamba), Rui Staehelin (Laute) und Ricardo Leitão Pedro (Barockgitarre). Girolamo Frescobaldi.
Girolamo Frescobaldi (Composer), Giovanni Battista Bassani (Composer), Luigi Rossi (Composer), Giampaolo Cima (Composer), Jean Tubery (Conductor), Ensemble La Fenice (Orchestra), Philippe Jaroussky (Performer), Enrico Onofuri (Performer), Jeremie Papasergio (Performer), Emilia Gliozzi (Performer) & 7 more Format: Audio C. There are compositions by Frescobaldi, Rossi and Monteverdi, as well as lesser known composers of the day (including two by the most prolific composer of all time, anyonyme ). The sequence of pieces is pleasing: vocal selections are followed by organ solo and by instrumental music by an ensemble dominated by keyboard (organ, clavichord or harpsichord), paired and tripled baroque cornets, two violins, a bassoon and a lute (archilute).
Georg Philipp Telemann, Giovanni Battista Fontana, Antonio Vivaldi, Girolamo Frescobaldi, George Frideric Handel, Jacob van Eyck, Giovanni Paolo Cima, Arcangelo Corelli, Bracha Kol, Amy Brodo, David Shemer. Georg Philipp Telemann, Giovanni Battista Fontana, Antonio Vivaldi, Girolamo Frescobaldi, George Frideric Handel, Jacob van Eyck, Giovanni Paolo Cima, Arcangelo Corelli, Bracha Kol, Amy Brodo, David Shemer.
Giovanni Battista Fontana (c. 1571, Brescia, Italy – c. 1630, Padova, Italy) was an Italian Baroque composer and violinist. He worked in Brescia, Rome, Padova. He died in 1630 during a plague. Nearly all information preserved about him comes from the preface of his posthumously published 18 (sometimes incorrectly stated 12) sonatas (Sonate a . per il violino, o cornetto, fagotto, chitarone, violoncino o simile altro istromento, Venice, 1641).
|A1||Canzoni No. 1 (Frescobaldi)|
|A2||Canzoni No. 2 (Frescobaldi)|
|A3||Canzoni No. 3 (Frescobaldi)|
|A4||Canzoni No. 4 (Frescobaldi)|
|A5||Canzoni No. 5 (Frescobaldi)|
|A6||Sonata No. 1 (Fontana)|
|A7||Sonata No. 2 (Fontana)|
|B1||Sonata No. 3 (Fontana)|
|B2||Sonata No. 4 (Fontana)|
|B3||Sonata No. 5 (Fontana)|
|B4||Sonata No. 6 (Fontana)|
- Bassoon – Julie Feves
- Harpsichord – Helen Katz
- Trumpet – Gerard Schwarz