[PDF] Gesualdo, Carlo - Gagliarda del Principe de Venosa

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[PDF] Gesualdo, Carlo - Gagliarda del Principe de Venosa

Post by pogmoor » Sat Dec 30, 2017 9:23 pm

This galliard is one of the few extant instrumental works of the Italian madrigalist Carlo Gesualdo (1566 - 1613) whose life could perhaps be described as 'eventful' and whose style was, for the time, extraordinarily chromatic. I have taken one or two minor liberties so that the arrangement is playable but tried not to alter the harmonic structure. The piece is discussed here in connection with a beautiful rendition of another of Gesualdo's pieces: viewtopic.php?p=1245798#p1245763.
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Re: [PDF] Gesualdo, Carlo - Gagliarda del Principe de Venosa

Post by elindley » Sat Jan 06, 2018 7:25 pm

Thanks for this Eric. I've loved singing Gesualdo's vocal pieces so I'm looking forward to this transcription. -- Edward
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