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Eighteenth-century English secular cantatas

Richard Goodall

Eighteenth-century English secular cantatas

by Richard Goodall

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Published by Garland Pub. in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • England
    • Subjects:
    • Solo cantatas, Secular -- 18th century -- History and criticism,
    • Songs -- England -- 18th century -- History and criticism,
    • Music -- England -- 18th century -- History and criticism

    • Edition Notes

      StatementRichard Goodall.
      SeriesOutstanding dissertations in music from British universities
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsML2831.3 .G66 1989
      The Physical Object
      Pagination283 p. :
      Number of Pages283
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2209071M
      ISBN 100824001966
      LC Control Number89031437

      Johann Sebastian Bach composed the church cantata Komm, du süße Todesstunde (Come, you sweet hour of death), BWV , in Weimar for the 16th Sunday after Trinity, probably first performed on 27 September Bach had taken up regular cantata composition two years before when he was promoted to concertmaster at the Weimar court, writing one cantata per month to be performed in the. It seems that the performance of vocal music, even secular and sacred cantatas, using women’s voices was not beyond Bach’s experience. Still, within the narrowly-defined terms of the present debate on the size of Bach’s choir, it is clear that women did not participate in church services in Leipzig.

      Cantatas air every other hour between 7am and 7pm each day, except on Bach's birthday (March 21), when we will air his large choral works (Mass, Passions, etc.). Bach composed about 23 secular cantatas for civic occasions and more than sacred cantatas (many lost), which he wrote and performed to supplement readings on Sundays and holidays. 6 English Cantatas, Book 2 Alt ernative. Title Six English Cantatas for one Voice four for a Flute [recorder] and two with a Trumpet and other Instruments Composer Pepusch, John Christopher: I-Catalogue Number I-Cat. No. None [force assignment] Movements/Sections Mov'ts/Sec's: 6 cantatas Love frowns in beauteous Myra's eyes Cleora sat beneath a.

      Bach’s Collegium musicum in Leipzig and Its History [A Summary Translation by Thomas Braatz of an article by Andreas Glöckner entitled “Bachs Leipziger Collegium musicum und seine Vorgeschichte” from Die Welt der Bach-Kantaten Vol. 2 Johann Sebastian Bachs weltliche Kantaten editors: Christoph Wolff/Ton Koopman. As shown by the ever-increasing volume of recordings, editions and performances of the vast repertory of secular cantatas for solo voice produced, primarily in Italy, in the second half of the seventeenth century and the first half of the eighteenth century, this long neglected genre has at last 'come of age'.


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Eighteenth-century English secular cantatas. [Richard Goodall] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book: All Authors / Contributors: Richard Goodall.

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Book Description. As shown by the ever-increasing volume of recordings, editions and performances of the vast repertory of secular cantatas for solo voice produced, primarily in Italy, in the second half of the seventeenth century and the first half of the eighteenth century, this long neglected genre has at last 'come of age'.

Eighteenth-century English secular cantatas book Aspects of the Secular Cantata in Late Baroque Italy Michael Talbot (Editor) As shown by the ever-increasing volume of recordings, editions and performances of the vast repertory of secular cantatas for solo voice produced, primarily in Italy, in the second half of the seventeenth century and the first half of the eighteenth century, this long.

History. Bach's earliest cantatas are church cantatas, although his early Wedding Quodlibet is sometimes grouped with the secular cantatas. The oldest extant secular cantata is from his Weimar period where he composed the Hunting Cantata (BWVfirst version) for the birthday of Christian, Duke of Saxe-Weissenfels on 23 February The libretto was written by Salomon Franck.

Genre/Form: Secular cantatas Cantatas, Secular Scores: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Montéclair, Michel Pignolet de, Cantatas. Early Music Zusammenfassung As shown by the ever-increasing volume of recordings.

editions and performances of the vast repertory of secular cantatas for solo voice produced. primarily in Italy. in the second half of the seventeenth century and the first half of the eighteenth century. this long neglected genre has at last 'come of age'. Secular Vocal [24] Cantates françoises ou musique de chambre, 1–2vv, bc, some with insts, bk 1–4 () repr, in The Eighteenth-Century French Cantata, vi–vii (New York, ) 21 for 1v, 3 for 2vv Les nymphes de Diane, cantate françoise, 2vv, bc () repr.

in The Eighteenth-Century French Cantata, vi (New York, ). Birthday Cantata [Secular Cantata] Interlinear + Note: Parallel: I love God most high with all my heart: Whit Monday [2 nd Day of Pentecost] Interlinear + Note: Parallel: He calls his own sheep by name: Whit Tuesday [3 rd Day of Pentecost] Interlinear + Note: Parallel: There is something obstinate and desperate: Trinity Sunday.

Eighteenth-century French cantata composers were aware of such genre distinctions: at the top of his duo Pyrâme et Thisbé from his second book of cantatas (), for example, Michel Pignolet de Montéclair writes that ‘It is half epic, half dramatic.

The epic part is sung by a bass who acts as the narrator, while the dramatic part must be. 6 English Cantatas Alt ernative. Title Six English cantatas humbly inscrib'd to the most noble the Marchioness of Kent.

Composer Pepusch, John Christopher: I-Catalogue Number I-Cat. None [force assignment] Movements/Sections Mov'ts/Sec's: 6 cantatas: 1.

The Island of Beauty 2. Alexis 3. The Spring 4. Miranda 5. Corydon 6. Cloe. The first edition of this book is the classic study of one of the most popular musical forms in early eighteenth-century France, not only because it documents and examines its considerable repertoire for the first time, but also because it places the genre in the wider context of both Frenchand Italian baroque music styles.

In uniting the two national styles the cantata was one of the major. william bates and his concertos in ten parts, op.

2: an enterprising eighteenth-century composer and an unrecognized orchestral subgenre employing horns - volume 14 issue 2 - michael talbot. The cantatas are arranged on the CDs in the original order that they were issued over the 10+ years they were recorded.

They ARE NOT arranged numerically. Without an index, it is very difficult to locate an individual cantata among the 67 CDs.

And that is what keeps me from giving the set 5 stars/5(15). What is a Cantata. What is a Cantata. Dick Wursten wrote (Septem ): In a footnote in I read a very illuminating story about the shift in meaning of the words 'cantata' and 'composition' during the centuries [I copied the entire text in German.(= p, of the abovementioned book).

You can find it below]. If Suzuki's complete cantata cycle were available in a box set of CD's for under $, the world would be a perfect place. If Rilling's complete set of Bach cantatas can still be bought in a box for the $70 I paid, you must grab it now, as fast as you can. Happy cantatas to you/5(3).

Cantates françoises: à une et deux voix, mélées de symphonies, book 1 --Cantates françoises: à une et deux voix, mélées de symphonies, book 2. Series Title: Eighteenth-century French cantata, v. Other Titles: Cantates françoises, Responsibility: by Jean-Baptiste Morin.

Genre/Form: Cantatas, Secular Secular cantatas Cantatas Scores: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Clérambault, Louis Nicolas, Cantatas.

Although Bach's sacred cantatas span a huge expressive range and display a striking stylistic diversity, they were all composed for performance during a church service.

In the case of the secular cantatas, on the other hand, their respective purpose is as varied as their subject matter and emotional content.5/5(1). BACH - THE COMPLETE CANTATAS In German-English translation by Richard Stokes Introduction by Martin Neary pages Scarecrow Press, Bach’s cantatas are settings of sacred texts (and secular texts, for a handful of them) to music, in a structure that alternates chorales, arias, and recitatives.

The first edition of this book has become the classic study of one of the most popular musical forms in early 18th-century France, not only because it documents and examines its considerable repertoire for the first time, but also because it places the genre in the .Jean-Baptiste Stuck (also known by the single moniker "Baptistin," "Batistin" or "Battistin") (6 May – 8 December ) was an Italian-French composer and cellist of the Baroque era.

Little is known of Stuck's early years. He was born at Livorno on the coast of Tuscany, came from a merchant family, and was the son of Giovanni-Giacomo Stuck and Barbera Hellerbeck.the development of the secular cantata in the eighteenth century - its rise and fall, as well as its historical, social, musical, and literary contents - yields similar results.

In attempting to fill that gap, we should take a new look at the sources - the autographs, the original performance parts, contemporary documents, and the historical.