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Alfonso Fontanelli () was a prominent musician and courtier in the Ferrarese court during its flowering in the last decades of the sixteenth century. Alfonso Fontanelli Last updated Ma Alfonso Fontanelli (15 February – 11 February ) was an Italian composer, writer, diplomat, courtier, and nobleman of the late was one of the leading figures in the musically progressive Ferrara school in the late 16th century, and one of the earliest composers in the seconda pratica style at the transition to the Baroque.
Alfonso Fontanelli book Alfonso Fontanelli - Complete Madrigals, Part 1: Primo Libro Di Madregali a Clinque Voci (RECENT RESEARCHES IN THE MUSIC OF THE RENAISSANCE) by Alfonso Fontanelli and Anthony Newcomb | Nov 1, Paperback. Madrigals, voices (5) book 2 Contributor Names Fontanelli, Alfonso -- Alfonso Fontanelli (), noble y compositor: un estudio socio-cultural sobre la nobleza y la práctica musical en el tardo-renacimiento italiano ESPINOSA, Miguel Palou Florence: European University Institute,EUI PhD theses, Department of History and CivilizationAuthor: Miguel Palou Espinosa.
Fontanelli is an Italian surname. Notable people with the surname include: Achille Fontanelli (–), Italian nationalist and Napoleonic general; Alfonso Fontanelli (–), Italian composer; Cristina Fontanelli, American actress and opera singer; Fabiano Fontanelli (born. Alfonso Fontanelli (composer) - Play streams in full or download MP3 from Classical Archives (), the largest and best organized classical music site on the web.
Musicology. Alfonso Fontanelli (15 February – 11 February ) was an Italian composer, writer, diplomat, courtier, and nobleman of the late Renaissance. He was one of the leading figures in the musically progressive Ferrara school in the late 16 century, and one of the earliest composers in the seconda pratica style at the transition to the Baroque era.
Fontanelli was born in Reggio nell'Emilia. Category:Fontanelli, Alfonso Alfonso Fontanelli ( — ) Collections by or with: Fontanelli, Alfonso. The following 2 pages are in this category, out of 2 total.
Madrigali à 5 voci, Libro 1 (Fontanelli, Alfonso) M cont. Madrigali à 5 voci, Libro 2 (Fontanelli, Alfonso). Role Title Holding Repository; referencedIn: THE TREGIAN ANTHOLOGYCollection of madrigals, motets, fantasias, etc., mostly by Italian and English composers of the 16th and early 17th centuries, transcribed in score by Francis Tregian (d.
), the compiler of the Fitzwilliam Virginal Alfonso Fontanelli (15 February – 11 February ) was an Italian composer, writer, diplomat, courtier, and nobleman of the late was one of the leading figures in the musically progressive Ferrara school in the late 16th century, and one of the earliest composers in the seconda pratica style at the transition to the Baroque era.
Reed Ave. Monessen, PA Fontanelli, Alfonso used in: Central Institute for the Union Catalogue of Italian Libraries and for Bibliographic Information, Rome (Italy); Personal Names Authority File (PND), Germany Variant Name Fontanella, Alfonso.
Complete madrigals / Alfonso Fontanelli ; pt. 2 Note For 5 voices, unacc. Words also printed as text, with English translations: p. xiii-xxvi. Historical, editorial and critical notes in. In a seminal article of some forty years ago, Don Harrán identified a style of free madrigal poetry that showed some elements of fourteenth-century forms.
He called it the ballata-madrigal. In scholarship since that time, however, it has not been fully recognized that the ballata-madrigal by no means disappeared from the poetic repertoire in the second half of the century, as has commonly Cited by: 4.
Alfonso Fontanelli. (Music Reviews).(Book Review) (book review): An article from: Notes by Giuseppe Gerbino ( ) Alfonso Fontanelli - Complete Madrigals, Part 1: Primo Libro Di Madregali a Clinque Voci (Recent Researches in by Alfonso Fontanelli and Anthony Newcomb (Nov ).
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Fontanelli, Alfonso, Complete madrigals. Part 1. Primo libro di madregali a cinque voci (Ferrara, ). Important evidence of Don Carlo’s growing obsession with music was recorded during his time at the Ferrara court by Count Alfonso Fontanelli, the equerry appointed to serve Gesualdo by Duke Alfonso.
‘He discourses on hunting and music and declares himself an authority on both of them,’ wrote Fontanelli. Fontanelli's madrigals is a natural, and to some extent indispensable, complement to The Madrigal at Ferrara (where, besides some short excerpts from the first book of and from an anonymous manuscript collection attributed by Newcomb to our composer, only one madrigal by Fontanelli, Amor che rider suole, is included in the vol.
The Musical Quarterly may be unknown, is worth a bit of investigation before proceeding further. The nobleman whom Alfonso II chose to accompany Gesualdo was Count Alfonso Fontanelli. He was thirty-seven years old when he met Gesualdo, and had been a member of Duke Alfonso's court since Alfonso Fontanelli: Complete Madrigals, Part I: Primo libro di madrigali a cinque voci (Ferrara, ); Part II: Secondo libro de madrigali a cinque voci (Venice, ) Anthony Newcomb x Recent.Reyes, Alfonso: Willis Robb, James, selecci?n y bibliograf?a Published by El Colegio Nacional () ISBN ISBN