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Roberto Furnari. Alfredo Bernardini. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Stephan Blezinger. Nicholas Lander. Alessandra Presutti. Jan Bouterse.
Nicola Schneider. Valter Biella. Guido Klemisch. Ilaria Grippaudo. Giuditta Isoldi. Renato Meucci. Ralf Netsch. Kurt Sven Markstrom. Kayo Saito. Cristina Vieira Machado Alexandre. Sandra Collet. Hen Goldsobel. To all who have kept their ears and eyes open to anything that could be useful to my studies. Beatrice Sterna. Library and museum siglas are given at the end. In the case of the recorders. The Portuguese word for an irregular pearl.
In the case of the musical works. In this system. In quotes in which the original author used a different system. Palisca writes. Baroque recorder: The instrument was ornamented in the joints with turned rings. From about Silke Leopold. The angle of the cut varies on a recorder block and windway top if any at all are present. Corps de rechange French: Busta Italian: A lion rampant is depicted in profile standing erect with forepaws raised.
When used by the present author. For the purpose of this study. Lion rampant: Early-Baroque recorder: The sockets of Baroque instruments are thicker for better resistance and usually ornate with turning rings for aesthetical reasons. On recorders. It is commonly depicted in heraldry.
The tenons on historical woodwind instruments are usually adjusted with thread. Duct flute: An aerophone whose essential feature is a head. Renaissance recorder: As the predecessor of the Baroque recorder.
A and Bb. In the case of recorders it refers to minute adjustments to the windway including chamfers. Sounding length: Pitchpipes often consist of a recorder head with a movable piston.
In the case of recorders these commonly include C. In the making of recorders. Total length: Il Seicento. Rome etc. The questions I asked and the aspects I chose to research came from a practical wondering about how to further immerse myself in the performance of this music. I wanted to know how much music was written specifically for the recorder in the Baroque period in Naples.
Act 3 c. For references on the definition of the term. Oxford University Press. Lorenzo Bianconi. For a review of Clercx. I have been flexible in this respect.
Oxford Music Online. Alessandro Scarlatti — Storia della musica. Biblioteca di Cultura Musicale Turin: For a description of and further discussion on all of these works.
Ludwig Finshcer Kassel: Many other works recently discovered have already appeared in editions but had yet to be discussed in any kind of study. The exact period of study was set by the first and last dated works that I found during the research: In some cases there are historical accounts that indicate that a piece was performed in Naples. Bruce Alan Brown. Daniel Heartz.
My interest lay in the instruments. It is nonetheless significant that recorder music was being copied at this date. I wanted to know how these recorders sounded and where they came from.
Despite the large number of studies devoted to Neapolitan music in the eighteenth century. Did these qualities match the music as far as recorder-specific traits are concerned? Did the instruments enhance the music? Or did they in fact come from abroad — from elsewhere on the Italian peninsula or indeed Europe? The quest I took up was therefore not only to expand current knowledge of the recorder repertoire in Baroque Naples but also to combine that knowledge with information about the instruments that may have been used to perform this repertoire.
If there were actual Neapolitan Baroque recorders. This is also true of Europe: As musicologist Dinko Fabris stated. In the specific case of historical recorders. I was seeking guidance for what instruments to use in playing the Neapolitan Baroque recorder repertoire. Music in Seventeenth-Century Naples. Francesco Provenzale — Cornwall: As will be seen later.
For the latter I 6 Dinko Fabris. Musicological and in this case. The results I hoped for were straightforward: This part of the research brought up twenty-seven signed Italian recorders. The first branch began with Naples. The second path involved the collection and summarization of the music. The last chapter aims at uniting all into what one. Contextualization of the repertoire was needed. The two paths then converged. The research for the present study thus followed two paths.
This thesis begins. If recorders that originated outside the Neapolitan territory were used in Naples. For further details. The recorder repertoire in Naples in the Baroque period does not escape this analogy. Neapolitan Baroque and Rococo Architecture London: On the other hand.
From a distance. Domenico Sarro. In particular. One also hopes that the technical data that is provided here on many of the instruments. Zwemmer Ltd. Despite this. The fact that almost all the composers involved in this singular repertoire were mainly opera composers Alessandro Scarlatti. If you go to Naples expecting its architecture to behave like that of Rome. Francesco Mancini. More details about these works can be found in Chapter 2 and Appendix 2.
If one accepts and appreciates its particular virtues. But up close. It would therefore be mistaken to expect music of the various Italian centers of the Baroque period all to conform to the same archetypes. Neapolitan Baroque music follows its own set of rules. Howard Mayer Brown. It is also interesting to note that of all these Neapolitan works. To be able to speak about the recorder in Italy in the Baroque period though.
Now kept in the Alte Pinakothek in Munich. Leonardo Vinci. The fact that they were not. In its relevant form. Nicola Porpora. In Italy. Duct flutes are the most common and widely spread types of flute in the world. John Mansfield Thomson Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Paolo D'Ancona. Ezio Genovesi. Anglo-Venetian and Venetian. Written by a professional musician — Silvestro Ganassi was a member of the official wind Recorder.
Bernardin Bortolomeo. I Mesi di Schifanoia a Ferrara Milan: Edizioni del Milione. Maurizio Della Porta. Gasparo Bernardo and Yipolito de San Salvador played recorders as well as cornettos. La Fontegara. Instalment 2. Kristin Lippincott. For iconographical references. Publikationen der Schweizerischen Musikforschenden Gesellschaft Bern: Paul Haupt.
Part I. Victor Ravizza. Marquis of Mantua. Das instrumentale Ensemble von — in Italien. University of Chicago. Alvise Bassano. Universidade Estadual de Campinas. From Haynes we learn.
References on the pitch of a variety of instruments can also be found in Bruce Haynes. The third mark. Bavarian origins: Generally speaking. In his fingering charts.
It is equally relevant to observe the direct link between makers and players. It was made in one piece.
During the course of the seventeenth century — it is not at all clear when or where — the recorder underwent a transition that resulted in the new Baroque recorder made in three pieces.
To taper: This is documentation of at least three different recorder makers whose instruments were known and used by Ganassi in his lifetime in Venice. The Scarecrow Press. At least two are of German or rather. On the purpose and inherent historical implications of the use of these extra joints. Guido Reni. Volume Luca Giordano.
With this. Giovanni Battista Beinaschi. Chapter 1 presents instruments by Anciuti with numbered parts that may be representative of instruments that originally had alternative joints. Private collection. Bartolomeo Cavarozzi c. Domenico Brandi. Filippo Bonanni. Gabinetto armonico pieno d'instrumenti sonori. The traverso also begins to make headway in this period. Bruce Haynes. My appreciation to Alfredo Bernardini.
As a curiosity. Although Bonanni. Federico Maria Sardelli. The digitized work is available at http: All the editions of this dictionary can be consulted on http: Accademici della Crusca. At this time. Self-published and Domenico Maria Manni.
From Penati. Filiberto Perino.
Domenico Laurelli. Domenico de Marchi oboist from Vicenza. Scarlatti refers to Alessandro. Pietro Parri from Sardelli lists the names of various woodwind players documented in the first decades of the eighteenth century.
In Venice. Ascanio Menegone and Giovanni Sicuro all flutists. Aurelio Colla and Cristoforo Besozzi in Parma.
Sicuro and Fabri were also flutists. Lodovico Erdtman German oboist. In his article. As Sardelli points out. Elsewhere in Italy we find Giacomo Mosso. In either scenario. It is not difficult to imagine that forces already in the Ruspoli employment would have joined those extraordinary outsiders who were especially hired for La Resurrezione. They were left to a relative of Jennens. The majority of the library was split up and auctioned in but Walter Newman Flower the head of publishing house Cassells bought many of the lots and also traced and bought as many of the lots as he could find which went to other downloaders.
Although the oboe parts might benefit from the transposition. According to Haynes. He commissioned copies of all of Handel's repertoire during Handel's lifetime so they are contemporary manuscripts from John Christopher Smith. Terence Best Oxford: Clarendon Press. About the collection. Service Development Co-ordinator Music.
Henry Watson Music Library. As the original parts of La Resurrezione are lost. Knowing that the pitch in Venice would have normally been higher than that of Rome by approximately one tone.
It is now usually referred to as the Newman Flower Collection. Although he didn't manage to recreate the whole of Jennens original library he made a good attempt and recovered over two thirds of it.
This repertoire will be listed below as well as in detail in the case of Naples in Chapter 2. Marcello would instruct their male offspring on the flutes or the violin.
The thought is corroborated by recorder player and researcher Peter Van Heyghen: Count Harrach. These may largely have been amateur circles. The period that delimits the present study comprises the epoch of the true emancipation of the flutes. As woodwind-maker and researcher Jan Bouterse writes: Several details. I therefore suggest that there was a gradual development from the pre-Baroque recorders to the instruments in the new style.
On the developments that led to the new Baroque recorder type Although it is often assumed that the new types of recorders were invented in France in the second half of the seventeenth century — by members of the Hotteterre and Philidor families.
I would suggest that the differences between the pre-Baroque instruments and the recorders in the new French style are not that radical. In Venice and perhaps elsewhere as well. From that time on. David Lasocki Utrecht: A recorder-specific repertoire. In in Nuremberg. In England. Bartolomeo Bismantova writer.
In general. The fact that pitch standards were not only diverse but also coexisted and even used together. We know as well that small instruments in two pieces existed in the Renaissance or Early Baroque period. Although the historical accounts mentioned above point to a French development. Nor is the internal design of French Baroque recorders in this early period revolutionary: Recorders are known to exist in almost all nominal pitches C.
A stable compass of over two octaves and the possibility of tuning the instrument to other different instruments became more important. To add to this confusion. Bb and in different sizes sopranino. From there on. A Vade Mecum for the Lovers of Musick. The anonymous. Shewing the Excellency of the Rechorder London: Suzanne G. Many of the other sixteenth century treatises. It is also noteworthy to point out that the fingering chart shows the same support finger technique presented much later by Hudgebut59 and Hotteterre.
It is my opinion that none of the aforementioned aspects of the treatise are sufficient in proving or 56 As opposed to the vast array of incredibly instructive and sometimes surprisingly complicated methods and tutors of the preceding century. Italy seems to have had few amateurs in need of self-instruction manuals on the recorder. It is important to mention that. Vm8 G1. Van Heyghen has suggested a date of 50— years later.
The surviving manuscript. A few further details are worthy of mention: For a more detailed account. Why is it 64 Analysis of the language used in the treatise as well as paper dating would be useful in further expanding the argumentation.
Aside from the Tutto il Bisognevole. Reggiani E. Ellen Rosand. Opera in Seventeenth-Century Venice: The Creation of a Genre Berkeley: University of California Press. In Bismantova wrote that the treatise had not been published because of the death of the dedicatee. The work is in two layers. Surely reminiscent of previous practice — G was the usual descant of the recorder family during the Renaissance. The fingering chart Bismantova offers for his G alto goes as high as G6 without F 6. This will be discussed next.
May Castellani has written a variety of articles and contributed with critical prefaces to a number of facsimile editions of flute music. As one of the first treatises to mention the Baroque recorder. Aside from his work as a flutist and teacher. Ton Koopman. This is corroborated by extant Italian instruments. It has been previously hypothesized that this was intended to distinguish it from a different type of recorder made in another country.
Italics in the original. Castellani sees this as a reference to a recorder in D. The range of the fingerings presented in Baroque treatises for the recorder is also shown in Table A.
The meager number of treatises in the seventeenth century in Italy. The fact that most of these treatises were indeed aimed at a wide reach of amateurs might possibly explain why the fingering charts of so many of those do not include the higher notes — and neither does the repertoire intended for them.
Table A also includes treatises dated later than F 6 G alto Bismantova London. G 4 Paris. Seventeenth and eighteenth century recorder methods with evidence of range City. Laborde Essai sur la musique ancienne et F4-G6 flageolet. F 6 Erfurt. F 6 London. F 6 for the Common flute Amsterdam. F 6 Common Flute Paris. G 4 flute London. F 6 Paris. Encyclopedie methodique F4-G6 no F 6 London. G 4 London.
D 4 soprano Toonen der Musijk Paris. Italian engraving. Figure B.
Library of Congress. See also Richard A. On the recorder repertoire in Italy during the Baroque period Considering the great amount of instrumental music written in Baroque Italy specifically for the recorder. Detroit Studies in Music Bibliography. For a collection of essays on various aspects of music in Venice as well as Rome at the time of Vivaldi. On Venetian instrumental music in general.
Maurizio De Magnis
If not specified. Four further sonatas of 79 David Lasocki. Aside from the wealth of music that comes from Naples. Venetian Music in the Age of Vivaldi. Venice was a recorder playing heaven.
RV Basil Blackwell. Variorum Collected Studies Series Aldershot: This is no surprise. Italian music was very much in vogue everywhere in Europe in the early eighteenth century.
Paolo Benedetto Bellinzani c. The work. It should be noted that the list does not include those works that have been lost during World War II. University of Zurich. Nico Chaves.
This thesis can be found online: My appreciation to Ton Koopman for acquainting me with the existence of the work and to Dr. The list is not less impressive outside of Venice and Naples: Nicola Schneider for providing me with the detailed reference. Darmstadt and Dresden.
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