Barca di Venetia per Padova, Op.12 (Banchieri, Adriano)

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Publisher. Info. Venice: Ricciardo Amadino, 1605.
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Work Title Barca di Venetia per Padova
Alternative. Title Barca di Venetia per Padova dentrovi la nuova mescolanza di Adriano Banchieri. Libro secondo di madrigali à cinque voci, nuovamente composti, & dati luci. Opera duodecima.
Composer Banchieri, Adriano
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. Op.12
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 20 madrigals/scenes:
  1. Introduttione: L'Humor svegliato
  2. Strepito di pescatori
  3. Parone di barca e Ninetta
  4. Barcaruolo a passagieri
  5. Libraio fiorentino
  6. Mastro di musica luchese
  7. Concerto di cinque cantori
  8. Venetiano e Thedesco
  9. Madrigale affettuoso
  10. Madrigale cappriccioso
  11. Mattinata in dialogo
  12. Dialogo: Cuor mio bello mi dirai
  13. Applauso: Mercante bresciano et Hebrei
  14. Madrigale alla romana
  15. Madrigale alla napolitana
  16. Prima ottava all'improvviso nel liuto
  17. Seconda ottava all'improvviso nel liuto
  18. Aria a imitazione del radesca alla piemontese
  19. Barcaruoli Procaccio e tutti al fine
  20. Soldato svaligiato
First Publication. 1605
Language Italian
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Renaissance
Piece Style Baroque
Instrumentation 5 voices ; 5 voices, continuo (in 1623 edition)