Fantesie, et recerchari a tre voci (Tiburtino, Giuliano)

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Publisher. Info. Venice: Hieronymum Scottum, 1549.
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Misc. Notes RISM A/I: T 774
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Work Title Fantesie, et recerchari a tre voci
Alternative. Title Title-page transcription
Fantesie, et recerchari a tre voci, accomodate da cantare et sonare per ogni instrumento (...). Con la giunta di alcuni altri recerchari, & madrigali a tre voce, composti da lo eccellentiss, Adriano Vuigliart, et Cripriano Rore suo discepolo. Con somma diligentia stampati, et da gli proprij exemplari estratti, novamente posti in luce
Composer Tiburtino, Giuliano
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. RISM A/I: T 774 ; RISM B/I: 1549³⁴
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. None [force assignment]
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 29 fantasias / madrigals / ricercars (by Tiburtino unless otherwise noted):
  1. Fantasia sopra 'Ut re mi fa sol la'
  2. Fantasia sopra 'La sol fa mi re fa'
  3. Fantasia sopra 'Fa re mi re sol mi fa mi'
  4. Fantasia sopra 'Fa mi fa re ut'
  5. Fantasia sopra 'Sol sol sol ut'
  6. Fantasia sopra 'Ut mi fa ut fa mi re ut'
  7. Fantasia sopra 'Re ut fa re sol fa mi'
  8. Fantasia sopra 'Re ut re fa mi re'
  9. Fantasia sopra 'Ut fa mi ut re mi ut'
  10. Fantasia sopra 'Re fa mi re la'
  11. Fantasia sopra 'Ut re mi ut'
  12. Fantasia sopra 'La sol fa mi re'
  13. Fantasia
  14. O felice colui ch'al suo volere by Baldassare Donato
  15. Gravi pene in amor si provan molte by Cipriano de Rore
  16. Se'l veder voi m'ancide by Adrian Willaert (spelled "Vuigliart")
  17. Io dico & dißi by Cipriano de Rore
  18. Sur le ioly ionc by Adrian Willaert
  19. Tutt'il di piango (secunda pars: Lasso che pur da lun'a l'altro sole) by Cipriano de Rore
  20. Ite caldi sospiri al fredo core (secunda pars: Dir si puo ben per voi) by Nadal
  21. Amor che ved'ogni pensier aperto by Nadal
  22. [Ricercar] by Adrian Willaert
  23. [Ricercar] by Adrian Willaert
  24. [Ricercar] by Adrian Willaert
  25. [Ricercar] by Adrian Willaert
  26. [Ricercar] by Adrian Willaert
  27. [Ricercar] by Adrian Willaert
  28. [Ricercar] by Adrian Willaert
  29. [Ricercar] by Adrian Willaert
First Publication. 1549 - Venezia: Gerolamo Scotto
Language Italian, French
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Renaissance
Piece Style Renaissance
Instrumentation 3 instruments

Misc. Comments

  • Willaert's surname is spelled "Vuigliart" in this collection.
  • Of the Willaert ricercars in this collection, IMSLP has most of them on individual pages, but the numbering doesn't line up with the order here; it was probably taken from one of Willaert's own later collections. For example, Ricercar no.6 (no.27 of the entire collection), is given the number "2" on its individual page.
  • The madrigals are texted, the others are not.
  • IMSLP does not yet have a composer page for Nadal. Possibly this is Gerónimo (or Hieronymus, Jérôme, Jerónimo) Nadal (1507-1580) but that is uncertain.