Canzoni, Book I

Canzoni, Book I (or 'Libro primo delle canzoni') is a set of pieces composed in 1628 by Girolamo Frescobaldi. These are scored for 1-4 undifined instruments in SATB roles, without an stipulated accompaniment. The first page indicates violin or cornetto for a voice, so strings or brass ensembles are implied. The original subtitle of the work is 'canzoni ad una, due, tre, e quattro voci. accomodate, per sonare ogni sorte de stromenti', which means that the pieces should work on any instrument.

This sheet contains the following parts:

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Canzoni, Book I - V. detta la Tromboncina, F 8.06a - Complete Score
Canzoni, Book I - V. detta la Tromboncina, F 8.06a - Bass instrument
Canzoni, Book I - VI. detta l'Altera, F 8.07a - Complete Score
Canzoni, Book I - VI. detta l'Altera, F 8.07a - Bass instrument
Canzoni, Book I - VII. detta la Superba, F 8.08a - Complete Score
Canzoni, Book I - VII. detta la Superba, F 8.08a - Bass Instrument
Canzoni, Book I - VIII. detta l'Ambitiosa, F 8.09a - Complete Score
Canzoni, Book I - VIII. detta l'Ambitiosa, F 8.09a - Bass instrument
Canzoni, Book I - Complete Parts

Girolamo Frescobaldi

Girolamo Alessandro Frescobaldi (also Gerolamo, Girolimo, and Geronimo Alissandro) was a musician from Ferrara, one of the most important composers of keyboard ...