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- A cantata (Italian, 'sung') is a vocal composition with an instrumental accompaniment and generally containing more than one movement.
- Cantata (Italian for a song or story set to music), a vocal composition accompanied by instruments and generally containing more than one movement.
- The cantata is a beautiful form of (usually) classical music that, like opera, tells a story.
- The cantata is one of Scarlatti's finest and in expressiveness and musical quality equivalent to a scene from an opera.
- The cantata, A Mighty Fortress Is Our God, is an eight-movement work based on a familiar Protestant chorale tune, probably written by Martin Luther.
- Forms such as the sonata, cantata and oratorio flourished.
- Musical Forms the new forms of cantata and opera.
- The cantata In Filanda became Pinotta, and was proposed for the musical contest of the Conservatorio, but the registration, being late, was not accepted.
- The story served as a pretext for the P.D.Q. Bach cantata Iphigenia in Brooklyn.
- The opening chorus is preceded by an instrumental sonata, which serves to establish the character and tonality of the cantata.
- One example of permutation fugue can be seen in the opening chorus of Bach's cantata, Himmelskönig, sei willkommen BWV182.
- The third movement was used as the opening chorus of cantata BWV 207.
- Carmina Burana is a scenic cantata composed by Carl Orff between 1935 and 1936.
- Su le sponde del Tebro - Cantata a voce sola con Violini e Tromba: 1.
- It is a scenic cantata composed between 1935 and 1936 based on 24 of the poems found in the medieval collection of the same name.
- When secular in subject the cantata differs from the opera in not usually having definite characters, and in being always rendered without scenery or action.
- Rome in 1707 and 1708 was also the scene for Handel's many triumphs in oratorio and cantata.
- Usually a chorale cantata is in multiple movements or parts.
- In 1820, for example, he produced two piano sonatas, a violin sonata, songs, a quartet for men's voices, a cantata, and a short opera.
- The play also formed the basis for the 2003 novel The Songs of the Kings by Barry Unsworth, as well as the P.D.Q. Bach cantata Iphigenia in Brooklyn.
- Carmina Burana is a scenic cantata composed by Carl Orff between 1935 and 1936, based on a selection of lyrics from the medieval Carmina Burana.
- Michael Talbot's book rectifies this situation in terms of the cantata and provides a much-needed look at Vivaldi's surviving contribution to the genre.
- His most important contributions were to be developed in the genres of opera and cantata.
- That fall he began the composition of the cantata Das klagende Lied (The Song of Grief).
- The first, COMPUTER CANTATA, is one of the earliest attempts to use it to create a composition.
- Further, he eventually won, in 1884, the Grand Prix de Rome withe his cantata entitled L'Enfant prodigue.
- There he studied compositions under Jules Massenet and in 1887 won the Prix de Rome for his cantata Didon.
- There he studied composition under Jules Massenet and in 1887 won the Prix de Rome for his cantata Didon.
- He won the Prix de Rome in 1832 for his cantata, Hermann et Ketty.
- Cantata: a vocal work, wither sacred or secular.
- Extracted from Cantata, BWV 508. A melody which may or may not have been written by Bach.
- The chorale cantata, Mache dich, mein Geist, berreit, BWV 115, was written for the Sunday service on November 5, 1724, the 22nd Sunday after Trinity.
- At first the term merely distinguished an instrumental piece from a piece with voice, which was called a cantata.
- Catulli Carmina is a cantata by Carl Orff to the texts of Catullus.
- This Encounter argues that the Brandenburg Concertos are really religious works without words and the cantata are more than musical settings of texts.
- The NBA KB for BWV 63 explains that the text for this cantata is a parody of a selection from a collection of sermons and sundry orations, etc.
- In 1882, he composed his Cantata alla gioia from a text by Schiller, La stella di Garibaldi for voice and piano and La tua stella.
- Die erste Walpurgisnacht (The First Walpurgis Night) is a cantata for choir and orchestra written by Felix Mendelssohn.
- After 1603, a basso continuo was added to the already considerable forces at San Marco orchestra, soloists, choir a further step towards the Baroque cantata.
- The cantata, usually lasting about 20 minutes, preceded the hour-long sermon, or if the cantata was in two parts, it came before and after the sermon.
- It excludes the complex forms of opera, oratorio, cantata, mass, and requiem, in which solo singing is frequently combined with choral music.
- Dedicated to the operatic, cantata, oratorio, serenta and drama arias, this site presents editions, articles and discussions on the subject.
- Baroque Aria Dedicated to the operatic, cantata, oratorio, serenta and drama arias, this site presents editions, articles and discussions on the subject.
- The Baroque Cantata Devoted to the baroque cantata repertoire (17th century and 18th century), with articles and editions within the genre.
- Cantata for mezzo-soprano and piano 1943 Two songs preserved as holographs.
- Bach's Easter Oratorio was originally a cantata, written for performance in Leipzig on 1st April 1725.
- In Munich he studied with Josef Rheinberger; also in Munich he composed his first significant works, including a symphony and a dramatic cantata.
- I have borrowed the Hyperion disc with Symphony of Psalms, Mass, and Cantata before.
- In Germany the sacred cantata was more popular than the secular.
- A good example is the famous chorale used by Johann Sebastian Bach in his Cantata No.
- Sergei Rachmaninov conducted the Orchestra on numerous occasions, including premieres of his Spring Cantata and the symphonic poem The Bells.
- Solo song with instrumental accompaniment in opera, cantata, or oratorio.
- The chorale cantata is a vocal composition through instrumental accompaniment.
- Marchand wrote one opera, one cantata, French and Italian airs, three sacred works to texts by Racine, and compositions for organ and harpsichord.
- The term "libretto" is also sometimes used to refer to the text of major liturgical works, such as mass, requiem, and sacred cantata.
- Stravinsky composed his cantata, Babel, on words taken from the first Book of Moses, chapter 11, in April 1944.
- Although the film had a very poor sound recording, Prokofiev adapted much of his score into a cantata, which has been extensively performed and recorded.
- The Cantata CBM 75-74 Places the cantata in historical perspective and explains how a composer uses poetry.
- Upon his return to Britain, Goehr experienced a breakthrough as a composer with the performance of his cantata The Deluge in 1957 under his father’s baton.
- Kristel is a Composer and Mezzo-Soprano currently living in Ottawa where she teaches vocal music, and sings with the Cantata Singers of Ottawa.
- Other new genres of vocal music included the cantata and the oratorio.
- Occasionally, too, vocal music might be given; such an example is the Coffee Cantata, BWV 211, first presented in 1732.
- The term frequently appears in the autograph title-pages of his church cantatas, even when the cantata contains no instrumental prelude.
- The term frequently appears in the autograph title-pages of his church cantata s, even when the cantata contains no instrumental prelude.
- The chorale cantata was to become the most substantial of the descendants of the chorale motet, and eventually culminated in the work of J.S. Bach.
- The development of opera, oratorio, and the cantata gave a prominence to vocal music throughout the Baroque era (c.
- Chorale Cantata: a cantata that uses the same chorale melody as cantus firmus, or text, in each of the movements.
- In the greatest of these, which were composed in Leipzig, the chorale melody often serves as an underlying theme that unifies the complete cantata.
- There is also a piece of a cantata that is classified as a motet.
- Sacred choral hymns, psalms, cantata and motet.
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