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by agarvin
30 Dec 2019 20:41
Forum: Music Requests and Questions
Topic: Ciacona di Paradiso et dell´Inferno- Anonymous
Replies: 18
Views: 32410

Re: Ciacona di Paradiso et dell´Inferno- Anonymous

Here's a very belated reply... 10 years! years and 3 weeks after I posted my first reply.

I've got a scan of the collection. Here's the piece:

http://plover.net/~agarvin/ciaccona-par ... ferno.html

I'll set it as soon as I can look up the Spanish guitar notation presented.
by agarvin
10 Jan 2015 16:37
Forum: CPDL Support, Questions, and Feedback
Topic: Dedicated page for Orlando Furioso settings?
Replies: 1
Views: 2471

Dedicated page for Orlando Furioso settings?

Hello, I've been uploading my madrigal settings of texts by Ariosto (among a bunch of other stuff) for the past couple weeks. Ariosto was the second most-set poet for composers in the 16c after Petrarch, and I've made a project of transcribing madrigal settings from Orlando Furioso for the past 3 ye...
by agarvin
01 Jan 2015 21:52
Forum: Music Requests and Questions
Topic: Ciacona di Paradiso et dell´Inferno- Anonymous
Replies: 18
Views: 32410

Re: Ciacona di Paradiso et dell´Inferno- Anonymous

The piece is from the anonymous collection Canzonette Spirituali e Morali, printed in Milan in c.1657, a late-ish printing of songs for 1 to 3 voices in alfabeto notation. Einstein's additions to Vogel say the libraries that have it are: Bibliothèque, Conservatoire Royal de la Musique, Brussels; Un...
by agarvin
09 Dec 2009 22:59
Forum: Music Requests and Questions
Topic: Ciacona di Paradiso et dell´Inferno- Anonymous
Replies: 18
Views: 32410

Re: Ciacona di Paradiso et dell´Inferno- Anonymous

The piece is from the anonymous collection Canzonette Spirituali e Morali, printed in Milan in c.1657, a late-ish printing of songs for 1 to 3 voices in alfabeto notation.