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Solo music by Johann Kapsberger. Bergamasca [PDF] [MIDI] [XML] Kapsberger Grade This piece is from is from Libro quarto. [5 PDF + 5 MP3] Johann(es) Hieronymus Kapsberger (also: Giovanni Girolamo or Giovanni Kapsberger worked in Francesco's household until Name in Other Languages: Johann Hieronymus Kapsberger, ジョヴァンニ・ ジローラモ・カプスペルガー, Johannes Hieronymus Kapsberger, Иоганн Иероним .


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From the point of view of structure, the toccatas are built on the alternation of different sections, see for example the Toccata nr.3, divided in four distinct parts. 1st = D. 6th = D. Toccata Arpeggiata. Johannes Heironymus Kapsberger (?- ). 4. 7. &. ‹ ‰. 0. &. ‹ &. ‹ &. ‹ &. ‹ 0. 0. &. ‹ &. ‹ 0. &. Canario Kapsberger - Download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online.

There is no J. Intense verbal images recur, often applied in contrasting ways. The river is shown in Fig. A remarkable passage involving two choral groups or sing- ing-and-dancing groups similarly illustrates a basic Jesuit message nos.

These choral statements alternate with dances in which the Chinese represent the Great Wall with their shields Fig. A solo for a singer representing Japan explains that Francis Xavi- er—or, presumably, his spirit now in Heaven—tamed a sea storm that was impeding the arrival in Rome of the Japanese contingent. Japan and its squadron are shown carrying, somewhat oddly, palm fronds: see Fig.

Still, the wording implies something more: namely, that he—apparently representing European technological expertise—gave cru- cial seafaring advice to the helpless Japanese.

In another sense, though, the implication is utterly misleading and perhaps insulting. After all, the island nation had long ago mastered the waves with more modest-sized vessels—and had regularly prevailed in naval struggles against China and Korea.

This should be taken metaphorically—as reference to Christian conversions—rather than as ag- ricultural statistic. Yet the triumphalist Eurocentric and Christian-centric imagery is again undermined by historical fact. Beginning in , the Tokugawa shogunate had forbidden the dissemination of all Christian lit- erature. In , it had put four Christian missionaries to death.

In the year of the Apotheosis opera , it would kill another fifty-five Christian missionaries and local converts. The singer portraying India and its chorus of young warriors are seen in Fig. Their draped costumes seem freely imagined. The others each wear an entire native bird on their heads.

Here the singer alludes to struggles between two imperial powers—the Portuguese and the Mughals—over the natural resources and labor of the Indian subcontinent.

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On the altars of Francis let the young people of India amass gifts of pearls, [which are] ennobled by their birth in the rich [waters of the] Pontus. Since Xavier, precious in our world, ordered that these pearls, riches stolen from their native shore,. To be truer to history, though, the description needs to be greatly expanded, for it leaves unmentioned the dynasty that had been ruling India since the Mughals. The first of the Mughal rulers was Babur, great-grand- son of the renowned Timur Leng known in English as Tamburlaine.

Ba- 26 Ross, Vision, — Here and elsewhere, I have slightly reworked the translation by T. Its primary reference was the Black Sea, hence the lands to the south and east of it including Turkey and Armenia. There may be some confusion in the Apotheosis libretto between the southeast coast of India where Francis Xavier did preach and make many converts and the Persian Gulf, perhaps because pearl diving was a major part of the local economy in both locations. Neither the libretto nor the prose scenario mentions the identity of the assailants the Mughals , and neither makes any mention of Portugal, which throughout the sixteenth century was engaged in a military occupation of India a country lacking modern means of warfare and transport.

Perhaps the aim was to avoid offending any government or its representatives. The net effect, though, was to convey, in an ostensibly religious context, the message that distant peoples are inherently docile and require intervention on their behalf by anyone coming in the name of God as understood by Christian doctrine.

David R. Other strategic silences within the work cannot be so readily defend- ed. Joseph Costelloe, vol. These accounts men- tioned that soldiers and merchants were—with the assistance or passive ap- proval of the governors—pillaging local resources, maintaining a gambling den in Goa, and consorting with native women despite having, in many cases, wives waiting for them in Portugal. But a dramatization of the tension between religious idealism, on the one hand, and the human propensity for such sins as lust and greed, on the other—a tension that has been widely recognized and discussed across the centuries, not least by Christian theologians—would surely have undercut the desired message on this occasion, namely the virtues of missionizing among the heathen.

January and —44; cf.

The damage done by the Portuguese in Brazil, during roughly the same years, was more extreme. By the mid-sixteenth century, the settlers had worked the native population to death on the plantations, killed them accidentally by their foreign microbes, or scared them off into the forests, and were beginning to ship over Africans by the thousands to replace them. A disheveled fe- male slave enters Fig.

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Or, rather, she is described by the various characters including herself as entering. Palestine: She is Jerusalem, once worthy of veneration with the blessed trappings of power, who nevertheless was poorly trained by too favorable a fortune to bear so great a disaster. Few ashes survive from so great a city. Snyder Example 1. Kapsberger, Apotheosis sive Consecratio SS.

Ignatii et Francisci: Act 2, nos. Kapsberger, Apotheosis, Act 2. Kapsberger, Apotheosis, Act 2, no. Nonetheless, non-exotic music can, in its own ways, combine with words to convey perceptions of a distant region. Kapsberger carefully con- trives to emphasize the message see Ex. A solo for Palestine later in Act 2 musical no.

This effective minor-mode lament includes a brief tortured moment for the voice Ex. The words about listening to the resi- dents of the Holy Land are Palestinos. That is, they characterize a distant people through a European-Christian lens that refuses almost to recognize the existence, much less consider the merits, of the cultures and religions with which it is coming into contact.

Dramatic oratorios tend to be full-length lasting from one to several hours , with a compelling plot-line, and with stage directions that were sometimes print- ed in the libretto for the audience to imagine.

The Apotheosis—or some other work celebrating St. Snyder tural Others in oratorio was of course still fully determined by the librettist and composer: Europeans who often had little knowledge of or interest in the people and locale in question.

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In the dramatic oratorios of the late sev- enteenth and eighteenth centuries, therefore, the marionette factor would continue to be a powerful, and complicating, one. The Antitheatrical Prejudice. I especially like the measure to be played brightly and an octave higher.

Then I had to rearrange some of the chord voicings in order for the arrangement to be playable, at least for me, though almost never changing the top note, in order for the progression of melody to be felt as the original.

Lastly, though in very few measures, I had to remove some of the notes from chords, which I saw as the least important in the given chord. The various arpeggios you see in this sheet is from the recording of the great Paul O'Dette, I have closely tried to emulate his arpeggios but at one point decided to stop doing that, because it was his style and there are also other performers that have great sound.

Paul O'dette probably follows the instruction of Kapsberger to arpeggiate some chords, though I don't know the source of this.

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Anyway, if you want you can arpeggiate, roll as much as you want, if you are not crazy about historically accurate performance. One thing I can say that this arrangement aspires to is to keep the original flow of the melody and key intact, the other keys didn't work so well, maybe because the piece itself is chromatic. If you want to improve this, be my guest, i'd be grateful Then I had to rearrange some of the chord voicings in order for the arrangement to be playable, at least for me, though almost never changing the top note, in order for the progression of melody to be felt as the original.

Lastly, though in very few measures, I had to remove some of the notes from chords, which I saw as the least important in the given chord. The various arpeggios you see in this sheet is from the recording of the great Paul O'Dette, I have closely tried to emulate his arpeggios but at one point decided to stop doing that, because it was his style and there are also other performers that have great sound.

Paul O'dette probably follows the instruction of Kapsberger to arpeggiate some chords, though I don't know the source of this. Anyway, if you want you can arpeggiate, roll as much as you want, if you are not crazy about historically accurate performance.

One thing I can say that this arrangement aspires to is to keep the original flow of the melody and key intact, the other keys didn't work so well, maybe because the piece itself is chromatic.

If you want to improve this, be my guest, i'd be grateful And by the way if you want to play this from the real tablature and in baroque lute tuning, just tune your third string down a semitone, and put a capo at the fifth fret.Translated by M.

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Guy, Basil. John W. Ignatii et Francisci: Act 2, nos. Kapsberger, Apotheosis, Act 2. Lastly, though in very few measures, I had to remove some of the notes from chords, which I saw as the least important in the given chord.