Triaca musicale (Croce, Giovanni)

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Publisher. Info. Venezia: Giacomo Vincenti, 1607.
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I-Bc, S.63 ; RISM-A/I: C-4482
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Publisher. Info. L'Arte Musicale in Italia, Vol.2
Milan: G. Ricordi, 1897. Plate 101400-09.
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Work Title Triaca musicale
Alternative. Title Triaca musicale ... nella quale vi sono diversi caprici a 4. 5. 6. et 7. voci
Composer Croce, Giovanni
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 7 pieces
  1. O Gramo Pantalon (Echo) à 4
  2. O che bella brigida (Mascheratta de Gratiani) à 4
    La forza
  3. S’udiam sovente (Canzon del Cucco, e Rossignuolo cé la sentenza de del Papagallo) à 5
  4. Andiamo à Scuola (Canzonetta da Bambini) à 5
    Hora che semo Puti
  5. Nù Containin da Pava (Canzon de Contadini) à 6
  6. Hor che siam qui (Il Gioco dell’Occa) à 6
  7. Partiamo già (Incanto della Sciava) à 7
First Publication. 1595 - Venezia: Giacomo Vincenti (RISM-A/I: C-4480)
Language Italian
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Renaissance
Piece Style Renaissance
Instrumentation 4-7 Voices

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Grove Music describes this work as: "a series of Venetian sketches – pictures of children going to school, folk games, peasants from the countryside (figures of fun in mercantile Venice) and so on – painted with musical allusions to popular songs of the time and occasionally guying the madrigal style."