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The Works of Benedetto and Alessandro Marcello A Thematic Catalogue With Commentary on the Composers, Repertory, and Sources by Eleanor Selfridge-Field

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Published by Oxford University Press, USA .
Written in English


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Number of Pages544
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ISBN 100193161265
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The Venetian composer Benedetto Marcello () was preeminently important in reshaping musical thought and practice to suit values revived from classical antiquity. His music was widely known and respected throughout the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. This is the first systematic inventory of the musical works attributed to him.4/5(2). The Venetian composer Benedetto Marcello () was pre-eminently important in reshaping both musical thought and musical practice to suit values revived from classical antiquity. His music was widely known and respected throughtout the 18th and 19th centuries. This is a systematic inventory of the musical works attributed to him. tonyasgaapartments.com - Buy The Works of Benedetto and Alessandro Marcello: A Thematic Catalogue with Commentary on the Composers, Repertory and Sources book online at best prices in India on tonyasgaapartments.com Read The Works of Benedetto and Alessandro Marcello: A Thematic Catalogue with Commentary on the Composers, Repertory and Sources book reviews & author details and more at Author: Eleanor Selfridge-Field. Buy The Works of Benedetto and Alessandro Marcello: A Thematic Catalogue with Commentary on the Composers, Repertory and Sources First Edition by Eleanor Selfridge-Field (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible tonyasgaapartments.com: Eleanor Selfridge-Field.

Benedetto Marcello, (born June 24 or July 24, , Venice—died July 24, , Brescia, Rep. of Venice), Italian composer and writer, especially remembered for two works: the satirical pamphlet Il teatro alla moda (); and Estro poeticoarmonico (–26), a setting for voices and instruments of the first 50 psalms in an Italian paraphrase by G. Legacy. The composer Joachim Raff wrote an opera entitled Benedetto Marcello, based loosely on the life of Marcello and Scalfi. The Conservatorio di Musica Benedetto Marcello di Venezia was named after him. A street in Rome, Largo Benedetto Marcello, is named after him. Alessandro's brother was the more well-known Benedetto Marcello, also a composer, who illegally married his singing student Rosanna Scalfi in After his death she was unable to inherit his estate, and in she filed suit against Alessandro Marcello, seeking financial support. The Works of Benedetto and Alessandro Marcello: a Thematic Catalogue. With commentary on the composers, repertory and sources. Oxford University Press, pages. This book provides incipits for opening movements only.

Alessandro Marcello was an Italian nobleman and dilettante who excelled in various areas, including poetry, philosophy, mathematics and, perhaps most notably, music. Much of what is known about Alessandro Marcello comes not from his few compositions, but from his professional career and social activities as a member of Venice's nobility. In literary circles, he was admitted to the Florentine Accademia della Crusca on 18 September ; his eight books of couplets (Ozii giovanili, ) seem at first to have been better known in Paris than in Venice. Alessandro’s most conspicuous activities as a composer seem often to have coincided with his advances in government service. The Works of Benedetto and Alessandro Marcello: A Thematic Catalogue with Commentary on the Composers, Repertory and Sources: tonyasgaapartments.com: Eleanor Selfridge-Field: Libros en idiomas extranjerosAuthor: Eleanor Selfridge-Field. Benedetto worked as a lawyer and a magistrate. In he was chosen (by lot) to serve on the Grand Council of the Republic; from to he was Governor of Pola (Pula in modern Croatia) and in he was made Chamberlain of Brescia. In his youth .