Mozart used the symphony as an overture for a Vienna performance of Francesco Bianchis opera La Villanella
Two large windows reveal the little hill of San Miniato, with its Basilica and Convent, and 'la Bella Villanella
', for D'Annunzio the purest vessel of Franciscan simplicity.
Rose e viole nello stesso mazzolino campestre d'una villanella
, mi pare che il Leopardi non le abbia potute vedere.
Schleuse portrays works of this kind as recreational polyphony meant to bridge the gap between the rustic villanella
tradition and the more elevated madrigal.
The tracks are "Jesce Sole", "The Closing Of Our Eyes", "Cammina Cammina", "Cradle to the Grave", "Quicksilver Daydreams of Maria", "Villanella
Di Cenerentola", "A Half of Me", "Mange Pou Le Coeur", "Cicerenella", "Wenn Ich Mir, Was Wunschen Durfte", "Everyday Away From You", "Dicitencello Vuje", and "Make Me A Pallet On Your Floor".
THE moresca is a literary-musical form that appeared in 16th-century Naples as an offshoot of a genre variously called canzone villanesca, villotta, villanella
or napolitana, all of these describing a secular song in the Neapolitan dialect (Cardamone, 25-27; 155).
[CS: 24880; ESTC: TT12312]; La villanella
rapita (1790-2) GB-Lbl 907.k.3.(1.) [CS: 24916; ESTC: T90004]; I zingari in fiera (1793-2) PL-Kj Lit.
In the end, the old men lose and the happy ending is sung to a traditional villanella
In the Renaissance and until the nineteenth century, "villanelle" was simply the French word for an Italian country song (a "villanella
"), and the word still carries that meaning today in the vocabulary of early music.
ON YOM HA-ATZMA'UT, THE FIFTH OF WAR, 5708 (MAY 14, 1948)