Adele sang the canzonette
tunefully enough, and with the naivete of her age.
Sacrae cantiones, liber missarum, madrigali italiani, canzoni francese, canzonette
, cantio, graduale, sonetti, strambotti, frottole, etc.
192 Un 'Arietta / e tre Canzonette
/ Con Accompagnamento di Forte-Piano / Composte da / Francesco Pollini / e da esso Dedicate / al merito della Sig.
Per molti stranieri, e non stranieri soltanto, Napoli e solo la citta del sole e delle canzonette
con le Canzonette
mortali prima e con il successivo passaggio alle
In looking at anthologies, they frequently include not only cantatas but also other musical genres such as canzonette
, serenades, madrigals, duets, and opera scenes and arias, as well as instrumental pieces.
25) The Pastori gathered during the holidays at various villas around Antella, including the Bardi villa, and their activities were divided among the recitation of original poetry--often on pastoral themes about the surrounding countryside--discussions about literature, singing of canzonette
, and reading other works by authors such as Dante or their own contemporaries Giambattista Marino and Gabriello Chiabrera.
And it is through song in all its permutations--canzone, canzonette
, sonnets, and ballades--that Saba achieved a kind of dog-cared universality.
He thus decides to change subject matter and genre, pursuing a new poetic direction in this new work consisting of "cento novelle, o favole o parabole o istorie," as well as of "alcune canzonette
," narrated and sung, respectively, in ten days by "una onesta brigata" of seven young ladies and three young men (Dec.
An expression of this temperament are the canzonette
, which held a melodic appeal.
In addition to editing, which he seems to have come to only later in life, Haussmann the composer was an enthusiast for secular Italian musical forms, and several of his books of pieces modelled on Italian canzonette
were printed in Nuremberg during the 1590s.
Three Canzonets, from Canzonette
a tre voci (1584) for SSA unaccompanied.