Gesualdo


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Gesualdo

(Italian dʒezuˈaldo)
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(Biography) Carlo (ˈkarlo), Prince of Venosa. ?1560–1613, Italian composer, esp of madrigals
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ACHOIR which has performed a Hallowe'en concert in a coffin factory in Birmingham (the repertoire ranged from the Renaissance wife-murderer Gesualdo to Michael Jackson's Thriller), Lifford Lane tip with the Bishop of Birmingham, and in a cave within Dudley's Singing Caverns while the audience arrived in narrowboats, rocks up at the more conventional venue of Birmingham Town Hall on November 25 to celebrate its 20th anniversary.
Alwes spends the bulk of this chapter on Italian and English madrigals, using Cipriano de Rore, Carlo Gesualdo, and Thomas Weelkes as representative composers of the genre.
Howitt B (1995) Love lives of the great composers: from Gesualdo to Wagner.
Saturday's concert, "My Sweetest Life," presented in collaboration with Cascadia Composers, focuses on 16th-century composer Carlo Gesualdo.
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GD Gesualdo contribuiu com a execucao da pesquisa, planejamento, analise e interpretacao dos dados, redacao do artigo e aprovacao final da versao a ser publicada.
He is moving into more rarefied territory: Monumentum pro Gesualdo, "Emeralds" and the diaphanous pas de deux in the second act of A Midsummer Night's Dream.
Unsworth: "Gloria" from Mass for Five Voices; Don Carlo Gesualdo, arr.
2007, Gesualdo, et al, 1990 and Schena, et al, 2002).
One of the first to sample the cakes was Katalin Fabry, 31, of the Hungarian Gesualdo Choir.
La excepcion la constituyen figuras como William Weber, en Estados Unidos; Eugenio Pereira Salas, en Chile, y Vicente Gesualdo, en Argentina, historiadores cooptados por la musica.
Smith zeros in on three iconoclasts whose influence on the form continues to the present day: Carlo Gesualdo, Pyotr Tchaikovsky and Arnold Schoenberg.