2 edition of Antonio Cesti, 1623-1669 found in the catalog.
Antonio Cesti, 1623-1669
by Wellesley College
Written in English
|Statement||compiled by David Burrows.|
|Series||The Wellesley edition cantata index series -- fasc. 1|
Biography of Antonio Cesti (excerpt) Pietro Marc'Antonio Cesti (Italian pronunciation:) (baptism 5 August – 14 October ), known today primarily as an Italian composer of the Baroque era, was also a singer (tenor), and organist. He was "the most celebrated Italian musician of his generation". This page was last edited on 7 January , at Files are available under licenses specified on their description page. All structured data from the file and property namespaces is available under the Creative Commons CC0 License; all unstructured text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may apply.
Cesti, Marc Antonio Il pomo d’oro (in two volumes with Italian libretto and 25 full-page depictions) The score is introduced with a scholarly preface (English and German) and . The premiere von L'Orontea took place in in Innsbruck at the court of Archduke Ferdinand Karl, grandson of Duke Ferdinand of Tuscany, who at that time was the patron of the first attempts of the art form of opera in Florence/5(3).
Il Tito - Drammaturgia Musicale Veneta 5 Subscriber price within a subscription to the series: $ Publisher: Ricordi Credits/Composer: introduction by Giada Viviani Voicing: Facsimile reproduction of the Biblioteca Marciana manuscript of Cesti's score. Includes detailed introduction in Italian and English, and the printed libretto by Nicolò Beregan. Inventory Seller Rating: % positive. Dormi ben mio (Orontea, ) Raquel Andueza (soprano) LA GALANÍA.
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Pietro Marc'Antonio Cesti (Italian pronunciation: [anˈtɔːnjo ˈtʃesti]) (baptism 5 August – 14 October ), known today primarily as an Italian composer of the Baroque era, was also a singer (), and was "the most celebrated Italian musician of his generation".
CH 1: ANTONIO CESTI () BIOGRAPHY BIOGRAPHY BIOGRAPHY. Orontea (Opera & Synopsis) (Opera and Synopsis) Libretto Libretto (Italian) Concerto Vocale [Luis Macas] [operabaroquebis] La Dori (Opera) Libretti. Act 1 Appendix. Genre/Form: Vocal scores with piano: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Cesti, Antonio, Antonio Cesti ().
[Wellesley, Mass.]: Wellesley. The Linked Data Service provides access to commonly found standards and vocabularies 1623-1669 book by the Library of Congress. This includes data values and the controlled vocabularies that house them.
Datasets available include LCSH, BIBFRAME, LC Name Authorities, LC Classification, MARC codes, PREMIS vocabularies, ISO language codes, and more. Genre/Form: Vocal scores with piano: Additional 1623-1669 book Format: Online version: Cesti, Antonio, Antonio Cesti (). [Wellesley, Mass.]: Wellesley.
Though of Tuscan origin, Pietro Antonio Cesti (born in Arezzo, ; died in Florence, ) was, along with Francesco Cavalli, the most illustrious representative of the seventeenth-century Venetian school of opera composers. Like many Seicento artists, he had an eventful life embracing multiple activities, as singer, actor, composer and.
Antonio Cesti ( – ) L‘Orontea. Paula Murrihy Orontea Sebastian Geyer Creonte Juanita Lascarro Tibrino, Amore Guy de Mey Aristea Xavier Sabata Alidoro Simon Bailey Gelone Matthias Rexroth Corindo Louise Alder Silandra Kateryna Kasper Giacinta Katharina Magiera Filosofia.
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Pietro Antonio Cesti, composer who, with Francesco Cavalli, was one of the leading Italian composers of the 17th century. Cesti studied in Rome and then moved to Venice, where his first known opera, Orontea, was produced in In he became chapelmaster to Archduke Ferdinand of Austria at.
Introduction This is a list of Italian classical composers, both real and fictional. The fictional ones are intended to become a reality in a separate timeline or in revised history. However, the names of these composers inserted into this list are largely hypothetical.
That is, they may or may n. Browse and buy all classical recordings by Pietro Antonio Cesti (). The Italian composer Pietro Cesti (), also called Marc' Antonio Cesti, was the most cosmopolitan representative of the Venetian opera school in the generation following Monteverd.
Pietro Cesti is supposed to have written more than operas, but only 15 have survived, and of these the ones composed for Italian audiences were heavily. Antonio Cesti Biography (Wikipedia) Pietro Marc'Antonio Cesti (baptism 5 August – 14 October ), known today primarily as an Italian composer of the Baroque era, was also a singer (tenor.
The Italian composer Pietro Cesti (), also called Marc' Antonio Cesti, was the most cosmopolitan representative of the Venetian opera school in the generation following Monteverd. Pietro Cesti is supposed to have written more than operas, but only 15 have survived, and of these the ones composed for Italian audiences were heavily influenced.
Pietro Antonio Cesti (Arezzo, 5 de agosto – Florença, 14 de outubro ) foi um compositor italiano da época barroca, era um cantor e organista. Também era conhecido como Marc'Antonio Cesti. Biografia. Nasceu em Arezzo, e estudou com vários músicos locais. Em.
ANTONIO CESTI ( - ) The leading Italian composer of his time, Cesti, a Franciscan friar, made an important contribution to the development of Italian opera, primarily as a composer but also as a singer. He profited from the patronage of the Medici and from that of.
Browse and buy sheet music by the composer Pietro Antonio Cesti (). Antonio Cesti was an important composer of the seventeenth century Italian Baroque, particularly in the field of opera. Born Pietro Cesti, he adopted the name Antonio when he joined the Franciscan order.
He had already been a choir boy in Arezzo. Although details of his musical training are uncertain, it seems likely he studied with Abbatini, and possibly with Carissimi and Luigi Rossi. Pietro Antonio Cesti: Narození: 5.
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Antonio [Pietro] Cesti ( ) Italian composer and singer, born in Arezzor. As a boy Pietro sang in the choir at Arezzo Cathedral (ca. ) and at S. Maria della Pieve (). After joining the Franciscan order (inat which time he assumed the name Antonio) he was sent to Florence (S.
Croce, ca. ), then back to Arezzo (ca. Antonio Cesti (5 d'agost de - 14 d'octubre de ), conegut avui principalment com a compositor italià d'òperes del Barroc, fou també tenor i organista, i un dels més cèlebres músics italians de la seva generació.
Naixia a Arezzo, on estudiava amb diversos músics es trasllada a Volterra per unir-se a l'orde dels franciscans i es decanta per la música secular.Antonio Cesti (Arezzo, augusztus 5.
– Firenze, október ) olasz barokk zeneszerző, énekes és komponista, a kora barokk opera egyik legnagyobb mestere.This page contains basic and accurate biographical information and links to essays about the Baroque composer Cesti.
Cesti, Antonio. Period: Baroque. Born: Saturday, August 5, in Arezzo, Italy. Books and CDs Sheet Music.