Le nuove musiche (Caccini, Giulio)

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Publisher. Info. Firenze: li Here di Giorgio Marescotti, 1602.
Misc. Notes Boston Public Library, Music Department (US-Bp): RISM A/I: C 6
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Publisher. Info. La Institución Armónica, 2023.
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Work Title Le nuove musiche
Alternative. Title
Composer Caccini, Giulio
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. RISM A/I: C 6
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. None [force assignment]
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 23 pieces (most by Caccini):
  1. Movetevi à pietà
  2. Queste lagrim'amare
  3. Dolcissimo sospiro
  4. Amor, io parto
  5. Non più guerra pietate - possibly by G.B. Guarini
  6. Perfidissimo volto
  7. Vedrò'l mio sol - possibly by G.B. Guarini or Alessandro Guarini
  8. Amarilli, mia bella - possibly by G.B. Guarini or Alessandro Guarini
  9. Sfogava con le stelle - sometimes misattributed to Rinuccini
  10. Fortunato augellino - possibly by Rinuccini
  11. Dovrò dunque morire? from Man. Magliabechiano - possibly by Rinuccini
  12. Filli, mirando il cielo - possibly by Rinuccini
  13. Ultimo Coro del Rapimento di Cefalo from Rapimento di Cefalo
    (6 voices or mixed chorus (CCATTB)
  14. Aria Prima. Io parto, amati lumi - possibly by Rinuccini
  15. Aria Seconda. Ardi, cor mio - possibly by Rinuccini
  16. Aria Terza. Ard'il mio petto misero
  17. Aria Quarta. Fere selvaggie - possibly by Cini
  18. Aria Quinta. Fillide mia - possibly by Rinuccini
  19. Aria Sesta. Udite, udite, amanti - possibly by Rinuccini
  20. Aria Settima. Occh'immortali - possibly by Rinuccini
  21. Aria Ottava. Odi, Euterpe
  22. Aria Nona. Belle rose porporine
  23. Aria Ultima. Chi mi confort'ahimè
First Publication. 1602 (July) - Firenze: eredi die Giorgio Marescotti*
Librettist Anonymous
Ottavio Rinuccini (1562-1621)
Giovanni Battista Guarini (1538-1612)
Gabriello Chiabrera (1552-1638)
Francesco Cini
Language Italian
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Renaissance
Piece Style Baroque
Instrumentation voice(s), continuo (see above, contents)
External Links Wikipedia article
Extra Information
  • Printed date = 1601.