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La Generosite - Fantini*, Frescobaldi*, Telemann* - A Concert in Rome, 1635 - Heroic Music (Vinyl, L

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  1. Volume 10 in the Brilliant Classics Frescobaldi Edition is focused particularly on the Il Primo libro delle Fantasie a Quattro, composed when Frescobaldi was organist at St Peter’s Basilica in Rome. It is dedicated to Francesco Borghese, brother of Pope Paul V, a shrewd move by the composer, and was his first keyboard work to be published.
  2. Feb 12,  · Concert at the Kunst Uni Graz, December Francesca, from Italy, plays a guitar made by Marco Bortolozzo (Italy), after Antonio Torres.
  3. The music is relatively simple to play compared with Frescobaldi’s other works for organ. No doubt he was thinking of country organists who were endowed with more modest abilities as musicians. That said, they are deeply felt and sincere works. Other information: Recorded in , Volume 4 of Brilliant Classics’ Frescobaldi series.
  4. Girolamo FRESCOBALDI () Fiori Musicali Vol II – Messa Della Madonna (Missa cum jubilo and Vesper)Canticum/Christoph Erkens Lorenzo Ghielmi – organ (in the church of San Maurizio in Monastero Maggiore, Milan rec in the church of San Maurizio in Monastero Maggiore, Milan, and October in St Osdag, Mandelsloh.
  5. [1] Fantasia prima, sopra un soggetto [2] Fantasia sesta, sopra due soggetti [3] Fantasia nona, sopra tre soggetti [4] Fantasia decima, sopra quattro soggetti [5] Fantasia terza, sopra un soggetto [6] Fantasia quarta, sopra due soggetti [7] Fantasia settima, sopra tre soggetti [8] Fantasia undecima, sopra quattro soggetti [9] Fantasia seconda, sopra un soggetto.
  6. Check out Frescobaldi: Edition, Vol. 4, Fiori Musicali - 3 Organ Masses by Schola Gregoriana & Dom Nicola M. Bellinazzo Roberto Loreggian on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on buniussiraginnironbringer.infoinfo
  7. Fiori Musicali = "Musical Flowers" These “Musical Flowers” by Girolamo Frescobaldi, who was appointed in as organist of the Vatican for life, were published in after Frescobaldi’s return to St. Peter’s in Rome from Florence. There, he served the Medici family for five years as the most highly paid musician in Italy.

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