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Alfonso Ferrabosco the Elder (1543-1588), a thematic catalogue of his music

with a biographical calendar

by Richard Charteris

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Published by Pendragon Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ferrabosco, Alfonso, -- ca.1543-1588.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes indexes and bibliographies.

    Statementby Richard Charteris.
    SeriesThematic catalogue series -- no.11, Thematic catalogues -- no. 12.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsML134.F34
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22274097M
    ISBN 100918728444

    Search for a Composer: Featured Popular Composers. Bach, Johann Sebastian; Beethoven, Ludwig van; Berlioz, Hector.   FERRABOSCO or FERABOSCO, ALFONSO (d. ), lutenist and composer, is said to have been ‘born at Greenwich of Italian parents’ (Wood, MS. Notes, in Bodleian). If so he must have been born some time before , possibly as early as [see Ferrabosco, Alfonso, fl. –]. Dowland, in his ‘Varietie of Lute Lessons,’ , calls.

    Ferrabosco: Psalm , Etc / Van Nevel, Huelgas En by Ferrabosco, Alfonso on Import CD. Order from your preferred classical music CD store - .   Almain in F Major - Thomas Tomkins ( -- 9 June ). Performers: Rose Consort of Viols & Red Byrd. Painting: Lorenzo Costa the Elder, Allegory of Isabella d'Este's Coronation ().

    These essays, many concerning unknown or unexplored works, cover the 16th and early to mid 17th centuries. The studies involve new compositions, music manuscripts and editions, and documents relating to Giovanni Gabrieli, Alfonso Ferrabosco . Alfonso Ferrabosco the younger Alfonso Ferrabosco the younger (c. – March ) was an English composer and viol player of Italian descent. He straddles the line between the Renaissance and Baroque eras. Biography. Ferrabosco was born at Greenwich, the illegitimate son of the Italian composer Alfonso Ferrabosco the elder.


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Alfonso Ferrabosco the Elder (1543-1588), a thematic catalogue of his music by Richard Charteris Download PDF EPUB FB2

The existence of two composers with the name Alfonso Ferrabosco one of whom is the father and the other the son would cause great confusion except for the work of various scholars among them Richard Charteris.

He has published the complete works of Ferrabosco the Elder in nine volumes and his articles on the composer have appeared in various international journals. Although much of his life was spent as an ordinary court musician, Alfonso Ferrabosco the Elder had moments of notoriety that quietly upset the proverbial British teakettle.

He came from a family of musicians and fathered another great family of musicians, and saw the Vatican from the choir loft, France from the home of the Duke. Get this from a library. Alfonso Ferrabosco the Elder (): a thematic catalogue of his music, with a biographical calendar.

[Richard Charteris]. Get this from a library. Critical commentary and additional material for volumes I, II and III of Corpus mensurabilis musicae no. the Opera omnia of Alfonso Ferrabosco the Elder (). [Richard Charteris; Alfonso Ferrabosco]. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Psaume • Motets & Madrigaux on Discogs/5(2).

Alfonso Ferrabosco the Younger was the bastard son of Alfonso Ferrabosco the Elder, an Italian composer of some merit. Ferrabosco the Younger grew up in England and became a court musician and music tutor to the young (and short-lived) Prince Henry/5(6).

Alfonso Ferrabosco the Elder book Composer Biography: Alfonso Ferrabosco the Elder () Alfonso the Elder wrote “madrigalian” motets and simple Latin hymn settings in a style similar to those of William Byrd. This was a style that had appeared in England in the s when the English mania for all things Italian reached its height.

Alfonso Ferrabosco, I, (baptized JanuBologna, Papal States [Italy]—died AugBologna), Italian composer known for his madrigals, motets, and lute son of a singer and composer, Domenico Maria Ferrabosco, he settled in England in He traveled abroad on several occasions, using his entrée to foreign courts to act as a spy for the English.

Italian musician and composer. In service to Cardinal of Lorraine (Bologna) (2). Alfonso Ferrabosco ("The Elder"), who was to become a friend of Byrd's, a son of Domenico Ferabosco, arrived in England beforewhen he was awarded a pension payable during the Queen's pleasure.

Musician in service to Queen Elizabeth Critical commentary and additional notes for volumes I, II and III of Corpus mensurabilis musicae no, the Opera omnia of Alfonso Ferrabosco the Elder () / compiled by Richard Charteris Ferrabosco, Alfonso, [ Book: ] At UQ Library. Alfonso Ferrabosco (the Younger) was part of the flowering of the madrigal form in England during the late Tudor and early Stuart reigns and was also important in the development of consort (instrumental) music, part of England's somewhat delayed transition from the Renaissance to the Baroque styles.

His father ( - ), also a composer, was an adventurer at heart who. Vox Satanae – Episode This week we hear works by Guillaume de Machaut, Antonello da Caserta, John Plummer, Thomas Stoltzer, Alfonso Ferrabosco The Elder, Girolamo Frescobaldi, Juan Bautista Cabanilles, Carl Heinrich Graun, Giovanni Battista Viotti, Giovanni Bottesini, Charles Tomlinson Griffes, and Thea Musgrave with performances by Studio der Frühen.

Ferrabosco, Alfonso, the Younger. Ferrabosco, Alfonso, the Younger, Italian-English composer, illegitimate son of Alfonso Ferrabosco, the Elder; b.

probably in Greenwich, England, c. ; d. there (buried), Ma He was reared by a musician at the English court. He received an annuity from toand then entered the service of King James I. He also fathered two illegitimate children between and The elder, also named Alfonso Ferrabosco, became as important a composer in England as his father.

Also during this period he seems to have exercised to the fullest his penchant for getting into trouble. Opera omnia / [music] Alfonso Ferrabosco the Elder ; edidit Richard Charteris Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be.

Alfonso Ferrabosco the younger (b. Greenwich, c. ; bur. Greenwich, Ma ) was an English composer and viol player of Italian descent. He straddles the line between the Renaissance and Baroque eras. He was the illegitimate son of the Italian composer Alfonso Ferrabosco the mother might have been Susanna Symons, whom Alfonso the elder.

The studies involve variously 'new' compositions, music manuscripts and editions, and documents that relate to figures such as the Italians Giovanni Gabrieli, Claudio Monteverdi and Alfonso Ferrabosco the Elder, the Germans Hans Leo Hassler and Adam Gumpelzhaimer, as well as the Englishmen John Coprario, John Dowland, John Jenkins, Henry Lawes.

Compositore e liutista, figlio di Domenico, nato a Bologna nel vi morì nel Ferrabosco, Alfonso, Ferrabosco, Alfonso ca. Alfonso Ferrabosco l'anziano compositore italiano Ferrabosco, o Velho, Alfonso, Alfonso Ferrabosco (–) was the eldest son of Domenico Ferrabosco, and a member of an aristocratic Bolognese family which had many musicians among its members.

Born in Bologna, little is known about his early life, but he is known to have spent part of it in Rome and part in Lorraine in the service of Charles of Guise. Alfonso Ferrabosco - Susanne un jour.

(BL Egerton MS f. 87v).jpg 1, × 1,; KB Ferrabosco s; bytes Ferrabosco 19 s; KBCountry of citizenship: United Kingdom of Great .British Library. [Anthems and motets, apparently copied by Alfonso Ferrabosco, the elder.

HCL Technical Services, Harvard College Library: creatorOf: Ferrabosco, Alfonso, [Motets] [microform] / Alfonso Ferrabosco. The California Digital Library: creatorOf: Royal College of Music (Great Britain).

Library.Category:Ferrabosco Sr., Alfonso/Collections アルフォンソ・フェッラボスコ1世, Alfonso Ferrabosco the elder, Alfonso Ferrabosco l'anziano, Alfonso Ferrabosco den eldre, Alfonso Ferrabosco l'ancien, Феррабоско, Book 2 (Yonge, Nicholas) N.