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canzona

(kænˈzəʊnə)
n
(Classical Music) a type of 16th- or 17th-century contrapuntal music, usually for keyboard, lute, or instrumental ensemble
[C19: from Italian, from Latin cantiō song, from canere to sing]
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(Froberger indeed attached descriptive programs to several of his keyboard pieces.) Kerll returns with his Canzona no.
Io me so' sciegliuto nu bell'angolo, a do' passano nu sacch' 'e ggente, pe' vennere 'a canzone nova c'ha scritto don Rafaele Sacco.,.(come a dar la voce: sottofondo te voglio bene assaie di Sacco) Cavalie, a canzona Te voglio bene assaje a no granillo l'una, e la risposta de la nnamorata, tutto pe' nu granillo...
They were helped in no small measure by instrumental ensemble Canzona, and soloists Kirsty Hopkins, soprano, Cathy Bell, mezzo-soprano, Alexander James Edwards, tenor, and Stuart Young, bass.
Canzona, Joshua (2018) "Novitiate," Journal of Religion & Film: Vol.
It is important to understand why these conversations are not taking place and what can be done to enhance care for women in this context (Canzona et al., 2016).
Marsilio Ficino (1433-1499) e Giovanni Pico della Mirandola (1463-1494) sono artefici e promotori di tale palingenesi filosofica: alla teoria della conoscenza da essi concepita Simone Fellina dedica un libro denso, documentato, frutto di un'indagine vigile e critica di alcune fondamentali opere dei due filosofi, cioe, soprattutto, El libro dell'amore (1468-1469) e la Theologia Platonica (edita nel 1482) del Ficino; il Commento sopra una canzona de amore composta da Girolamo Benivieni (1486) e le Conclusiones nongentae publice disputandae (1486) del Pico.
The problems can be illustrated by those attending Ercole's one composition that seems to have been widely known, and which has figured in modern discussions of the history of keyboard music: the Canzona in A minor edited here as no.
The two musicians will perform an all-Russian programme, including Canzona for Cello and Piano in F minor by Sergei Taneyev, Sonata for Cello and Piano No.1 by Alfred Schnittke and Sonata for Cello and Piano in G minor, Op.19 by Sergei Rachmaninov.
Louis Scarmolin: Romanza and Allegro; James Ployhar: The Hunt; Vladimir Bakaleinikoff: Canzona; B.
Some suggest renaissance and baroque genres (Canzona, Pavanne, Allemande, Frugal Fugato) while others employ contemporary or jazz styles (Ragtime Rhythm, A-flat Blues, Sometimes Blue).
Thus, your reviewer found himself pressed into service, holding up trumpeter Hudson's part (on an iPad) when the ensemble fanned out across the main floor to perform Giovanni Gabrielli's "Canzona No.