Madrigali, Libro 1 (Turini, Francesco)

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Publisher. Info. Venezia: Alessandro Vincenti, 1624.
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Selections (6 Instrumental Pieces, Nos.17-22)

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Publisher. Info. Vienna: Universal Edition, 1957. Plate U.E. 12750a-c.
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Work Title Madrigali, Libro 1
Alternative. Title Madrigali a una, due, tre voci, con alcune sonate a due et a tre
Composer Turini, Francesco
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. RISM A/I: T 1388
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. None [force assignment]
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 22 pieces (16 madrigals, 6 instrumental works)
  • 1624 printing
  1. Qual vivo ardor ch'l tuo bel viso accoglie
  2. E partito il mio bene
    O dio quel dolce Ă  dio (2a parte)
  3. Amorosetti fiori che far solete hor ghirlandette
  4. Dove ah t'en vai unico del mio cor
  5. Chi vuol haver felice, e lieto il core
  6. Perche piangi pastore? (Dialogo)
  7. Luci belle e spietate
  8. O misera Dorinda ove hai tu poste le tue speranze
  9. Amor come esser può
  10. Moro ohimè
  11. Ohime bei gl'occhi
  12. Arsi di tale ardore
  13. Hor che trĂ  gl'odorati boschetti, e vagi prati
  14. Fugace bellezza che destine i cori fierissimi ardori
  15. Vezzose aurette i cui leggiadri errori (Gagliarda)
  16. Tuo danno sia se mi lasciasti (Aria)
  17. Sonata a doi violini
  18. Sonata a tre. Secondo tono. Grave
  19. Sinfonia a tre
  20. Gagliarda a tre
  21. Sonata a tre 'E tanto tempo hormai'
  22. Sonata a tre 'Il Corisino'
First Publication. 1621 - Venezia: Bartolomeo Magni (RISM A/I: T 1388)
Language Italian
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Baroque
Piece Style Baroque
Instrumentation various (1-3 voices, 2 violins, bass instrument, continuo)
Extra Information Details of performing forces by title