Madrigals for the space age, for mixed chorus and narrator with piano accompaniment. Text by Ray Bradbury. by Lalo Schifrin

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  • Choruses, Secular (Mixed voices, 4 parts) with piano.,
  • Madrigals, English.

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SeriesThe Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia series
ContributionsBradbury, Ray, 1920-
LC ClassificationsM1554 S35 M3
The Physical Object
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Open LibraryOL20824673M

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Madrigals for the Space Age for Mixed Chorus and Narrator with Piano Accompaniment Ray Bradbury. First Edition 43 pages. A choral work commissioned by the Sinfonia Foundation of Phi Mu Alpha for the fraternity's diamond anniversary date: Get this from a library.

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During. OCLC Number: Language Note: Sung in Italian. Notes: The madrigals are for 5 voices, in part with continuo; the manuscript works principally for voice and continuo; Ahi, che si part'il mio sol for 3 voices and continuo.

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For arrangements, new editions, etc. see (or create) separate pages for individual works linked in the General Information section below. Due space is given to the magnificent sixteenth century madrigals of England and Italy, with favorite works by Gibbons and Morley placed alongside less familiar selections by Lassus, Marenzio, and Weelkes.

German and French pieces are also represented, for example, with Passereau's ever-popular Il est bel est bon. Had his fame with The First Book of Madrigals (). There were 58 editions made of this book by. Adrian Willaert. Moved to Italy in ; became the maestro of San Marco's Cathedral from He paid strict attention to declamation, used chromaticism for expression and symbolism, and wrote in 5-part used.

written by Monteverdi, published in2nd book of madrigals. Courtly poem by Torquato Tasso Exaggerated contrasts of delight and despair Expressed musically with word painting Images include waves, rustling leaves, birds' song, etc.

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The Golden Age of the Madrigal. Twelve Italian madrigals for five-part chorus of mixed voices, never before published in a Author: Alfred Einstein. The first madrigals were written in Italy around the year As mentioned earlier, the lyrics of the madrigals were taken from popular poetry.

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This volume includes 59 of the finest examples of the secular choral repertoire from the 15th to the 20th century. Edited by Clifford Bartlett. Madrigals for the Space Age. For Mixed Chorus and Narrator with Piano Accompaniment.

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As Madrigals must always be sung without accompaniment, transposition, in the book, is wholly unmeaning, and helps no one. From A Dictionary of Music and Musicians () edited by George Grove, Madrigal by William Smyth Rockstro ←.

Madrigal (music) 4 Monteverdi, Andrea Gabrieli, and Giovanni Ferretti. The canzonetta was a specific offshoot of the madrigal in this vein.[7] Especially during the late 16th century, composers were ingenious in their use of so-called "madrigalisms" —passages in which the music assigned to a particular word expresses its meaning, for example, setting riso (smile) to.

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It was an age of rebirth and re-education in the arts, and science. It was also important to know that the Renaissance Era was also the age of re-education of Ancient European history for example, Greek philosophy and. They present an attractive package of madrigals (from the Primo Libro a cinque voci of ) and villanelle by Marenzio, arranged for solo voice and two lutes, interspersed with original lute pieces and arrangements by Orlando di Lasso, Vincenzo Galilei, Fabrizio Caroso, Cesare Negri, Giacomo Gorzanis and Lorenzino del liuto.

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Choral music - Choral music - The Italian madrigal: The early development of the Italian madrigal was fostered as much by foreigners as by natives, and the considerable contributions made by the 16th-century Flemish composers Jacques Arcadelt, Philippe Verdelot, and Adriaan Willaert should not be underestimated.

Although Willaert’s settings of the works of the 14th-century Italian poet. Based on a fifteenth-century text by Charles D'Orleans, this madrigal by Janet Gardner is the perfect way for your women's choir to celebrate the arrival of spring.

"Oh, sing to the beautiful spring.". Monteverdi's fift h book of madrigals was written inand in it Monteverdi included a basso continuo part.

His fourth book, published inleft out any such part, indicating that even in a short span of two years at the beginning of the century, Monteverdi was evaluating his style and searching for new ways to highlight the texts of.

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mixed choir (SATB) sheet music book by: Carisch Edition at Sheet Music Plus. Important works by Festa and Verdelot appear in the first printed book of madrigals (). Willaert and his pupil Cipriano de Rore (died ) brought the madrigal to a new height of expression through their sensitive handling of text declamation and the introduction of word painting.

Emotional words such as “joy,” “anger,” “laugh. Monteverdi wrote his first madrigals in and by the end of his life had written some While the sixteenth century madrigal maintained a balance of homophonic and contrapuntal writing, new stylistic features started emerging toward the end of the century.

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SKU: MN Don't wait to play the terrific madrigal compositions by Giovanni Perluigi Da Palestrina for five voices or choir. It includes high quality PDF sheet music files with audio Mp3 and Mp3 accompaniment files plus interactive sheet music for realtime transposition.

Very useable anthology of 5- and 6-voice madrigals, with English translations and commentary. Roche also edited Introduction to the Italian Madrigal for Four Voices (New York: Galaxy Music Corporation, ) and The Penguin Book of Italian Madrigals for Four Voices (Harmondsworth and Baltimore: Penguin Books, ).

Alec Harman, ed. It is a scholarly book of admirable precision that is accessible to the informed general reader, perhaps as a result in part of its origin in public lectures. Its appendix of madrigals from the 14th century and the Renaissance adds much to its value.

Haar, James. “Madrigal.” In European Music, – Edited by James Haar, –Madrigal, form of vocal chamber music that originated in northern Italy during the 14th century, declined and all but disappeared in the 15th, flourished anew in the 16th, and ultimately achieved international status in the late 16th and early 17th centuries.

The origin of the term madrigal is uncertain, but it probably comes from the Latin matricale (meaning “in the mother tongue”; i.e.

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