Barcarolle music

The term Barcarolle (derived from the italian 'barca', meaning boat) can refer to a type of traditional music sung by Venetian gondoliers, or, more frequently, to an art music piece emulating that style. The latter type of barcarolles can be either instrumental or featuring a voice and text. The defining trait of the barcarolle resides not in its instrumentation, but rather in its rhythm: the barcarolle is said to emulate the gondolier's stroke, almost invariably using a 6/8 meter and a moderate tempo. They were commonly found in operas, though there are also several free-standing instrumental barcaroles (famous among these the ones by Chopin, Valentin-Alkan, Bartok, and Barrios Mangoré).
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Популярные композиторы Frédéric Chopin  ·  Camille Saint-Saëns  ·  Gabriel Fauré  ·  Cécile Chaminade  ·  Isaac Albéniz  ·  Agustin Barrios Mangore  ·  César Cui  ·  Moritz Moszkowski  ·  Stephen Heller  ·  Anton Rubinstein  ·  Edward MacDowell  ·  Joachim Raff  ·  Gabriel Pierné  ·  Julio Salvador Sagreras  ·  Sigismond Thalberg  ·  Anatoly Lyadov  ·  Émile Waldteufel  ·  Selim Palmgren  ·  Xaver Scharwenka  ·  Alba Rosa Viëtor  ·  Teodoro Cottrau  ·  Alfred Cottin  ·  Sveinbjörn Sveinbjörnsson  ·  Jean-Baptiste Weckerlin  ·  William Faulkes  ·  Gustav Adolf Merkel  ·  William Vincent Wallace  ·  Daniel François Esprit Auber  ·  Mel Bonis  ·  Johann Kaspar Mertz  ·  Emanuel Moór  ·  Édouard Wolff  ·  Robert Volkmann  ·  Gabriel Verdalle  ·  Victor Massé  ·  Giuseppe Concone  ·  Charles Samuel Bovy-Lysberg  ·  Charles Lefebvre  ·  François Adrien Boieldieu  ·  Adhemar Decq  ·  Paul Chabeaux  ·  Teresa Carreño  ·  Gaston Salvayre  ·  Paul Vidal  ·  Mikhail Antsev  ·  August Enna  ·  Juliusz Zarębski  ·  José Comellas  ·  Ludvig Schytte  ·  František Ondříček
Instruments Chamber group  ·  Choir and Instrument  ·  Guitar  ·  Harp  ·  Orchestra  ·  Organ  ·  Piano  ·  Piano 4 hands  ·  Piano and orchestra  ·  Solo Instrument and Piano  ·  String Orchestra  ·  Voice(s) and Orchestra  ·  Voice(s) and Piano
Periods 20th Century  ·  Early 20th Century  ·  Late 19th century  ·  N/A  ·  Romantic