MERULA CIACCONA PDF

MERULA CIACCONA PDF

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MERULA CIACCONA PDF


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Unfortunately Merula got into trouble with some of his students, and was charged with indecency; he chose to return to Cremona, where he remained until During this period in his life he seems to have had numerous troubles with his employers, possibly of his own making; after fighting with the administrators at Cremona over a merula ciaccona of issues, he returned to Bergamo, serving this time at a different church, but was disallowed from using any musicians from his former place of employment.

In he went back to Cremona for the final time, serving as maestro di cappella at the Laudi della Madonna until his death in Music and influence[ edit merula ciaccona Merula was a key figure in the early development of several forms which were to mature later in the Baroque era, such as the cantatathe ariathe sonatas da chiesa and da cameravariations on a ground bassand the sinfonia.

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In sacred music Merula followed the lead of Monteverdiand often used the techniques merula ciaccona the elder composer; however he also did some new things, such as writing motets for solo voice accompanied by strings.

His publications of, and include masses which are written using ostinato basses, including the Ruggiero and the Romanesca.

Some of his music is reminiscent of the concertato style of Giovanni Gabrieliand a modern sense of tonality prevails throughout. Merula's secular music includes solo madrigals with instrumental accompaniment, sometimes using the Monteverdian stile concitato tremolo effect, and in formal design prefiguring the later Merula ciaccona cantata with its division into merula ciaccona and recitative.

He wrote one operaLa finta savia, produced inand based on a libretto by Giulio Strozzi.

In he took a position as organist at the church of S Maria Incoronata in Lodiwhere he remained untilat which time he went to WarsawPoland to work as an organist at the court of Sigismund III Vasa.

In he returned to Cremona, and in became maestro di cappella at the cathedral there, but he only remained for four years, moving to Bergamo to accept a similar position in Alessandro Grandi merula ciaccona, his predecessor, had died in the Italian plague of —31 which affected many cities in northern Italy, including Veniceand he merula ciaccona the formidable task of rebuilding the musical institution there after many of its members had died.

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Unfortunately Merula got into trouble with some of his students, and was charged with indecency; he chose to return to Cremona, where he remained until During this period in his life he seems to have had numerous troubles with his employers, possibly of his own making; after fighting with the administrators at Cremona over a variety of issues, he returned to Bergamo, serving this time at a different church, but was disallowed from using any musicians from his former place merula ciaccona employment.

In he went back to Cremona for the final time, serving as maestro di cappella at the Laudi della Madonna until his death in Music and influence[ edit ] Merula was a key figure in the early development of several forms which were to mature later in the Baroque era, such as the cantatathe ariathe sonatas da chiesa and da cameravariations on a ground bassand the sinfonia.

In sacred music Merula followed the lead of Monteverdiand often used the techniques of the elder merula ciaccona however he also did some new things, such as writing motets for solo voice accompanied by strings. His publications of, and include masses which are written using ostinato basses, including the Ruggiero and the Merula ciaccona.