Lamento di Tristano (Anonymous)

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Performances

Recordings

For 6 Recorders (Eijkhout)

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Papalin (2012/10/2)

Performer Pages Papalin (recorder ensemble)
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For Recorders and Electronics (Eijkhout)

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VictorEijkhout (2011/8/20)

Performers Victor Eijkhout
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Misc. Notes Backing parts are synthesized; percussion is not in the score.
These file(s) are part of the Werner Icking Music Collection, and are also included in the Mondrup Recorder Collection.
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Sheet Music

Arrangements and Transcriptions

For 6 Recorders (Eijkhout)

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Arranger Victor Eijkhout
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Misc. Notes SATBBG recorders.


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For Piano solo (Karolak)

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hjk (2014/10/14)

Arranger Hans-Jürgen Karolak
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Misc. Notes Lamento di Tristano e Rotta
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General Information

Work Title Lamento di Tristano
Alternative. Title
Composer Anonymous
Piece Style Renaissance


Misc. Comments

  • Lamento di Tristano is one of the dances in the so-called "London Manuscript" which is a collection of Italian dances of the Trecento, kept in the British Museum (Add 29987). They are all monophonic, notated unbarred, and without instrumentation indicated. While the basic duple meter in this piece is clear, the superimposed triple meter of the half notes is an interpretation of the arranger. Also, some of the improvised melody in the second section is by the arranger. In the London Manuscript, the Lamento is couple with a faster dance, an estampita titled "Rota" not given here.