Scherzi forastieri, Op.8 (Cangiasi, Giovanni Antonio)

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Performances

Scores and Parts

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Publisher. Info. Milano: Filippo Lomazzo, 1614.
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Misc. Notes Microfilm - Source : I-VEcap, Verona, Biblioteca capitolare (Cattedrale) - RISM C 811
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Publisher. Info. Venice: Filippo Lomazzo, 1614.
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Misc. Notes RISM A/I: C 811
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General Information

Work Title Scherzi forastieri
Alternative. Title Scherzi forastieri per suonare a quattro voci. [...] Opera ottava.
Composer Cangiasi, Giovanni Antonio
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. Op.8
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. IGC 1
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 21 canzonas
First Publication. 1614
Dedication Communita di Castel nuovo di Scrivia Castri Novi
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Baroque
Piece Style Baroque
Instrumentation 4 instruments (or organ)

Misc. Comments

Grove Music lists this as for 4 parts only, and does not mention organ as a possible alternative (though Cangiasi was an organist himself). RISM, however, does list the organ part ("4 i, org"), though it is unclear whether it is in addition to or instead of. Since the organ "part" is basically a 4-line score, it is tagged for organ as a separate option; the assumption is that the score follows the separate parts, and the organist just reads the score format and does not have a "different" part.