La Binama (Rognoni Taeggio, Giovanni Domenico)

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General Information

Work Title Canzon la Binama
Alternative. Title
Composer Rognoni Taeggio, Giovanni Domenico
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Renaissance
Piece Style Renaissance


Misc. Comments

Probably from the Canzoni of 1605 which, according to Grove Music, includes 17 works for four parts (one by Gasparo Costa) and four vocal and instrumental pieces on sacred texts for eight parts in two choirs. The titles of each song refer to the members of the academy of Prospero Lombardo.