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Examples of "musicali"
. Scherzi Musicali (collection of French, Italian and German arias)
Realization: Federico Sacchi for Edizioni Musicali Curci
Examples of both types of ricercars can be found in the works of Girolamo Frescobaldi, e.g. in his "Fiori musicali".
The awards have been criticized in the past by Italian indie label Produttori Musicali Indipendenti for excluding independent artists.
CEMAT (Italian acronym for "Centri musicali attrezzati"—lit. "Equipped musical centers; thus, the Federation of Italian Electroacoustic Music Centers).
It was first recorded in 1999 by Carlo Grante and the ensemble I Pomeriggi Musicali, conducted by Marco Zuccarini.
Recording Projects with Italian labels Drycastle Records and Erreffe Edizioni Musicali distributed from BTF (Italian distribution) and Camino Records:
Bach's followers and admirers such as Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, Johann Kirnberger, and Johann Nikolaus Forkel all knew the collection and regarded it highly. Jan Dismas Zelenka arranged parts of "Fiori musicali" for orchestra. Anton Reicha included a fugue on a theme from "Fiori musicali" in his experimental "36 Fugues" of 1803.
“Notes on the Italianization of Siena’s musical chapel in the late Cinquecento”, "Cappelle musicali fra corte, Stato e Chiesa nell’italia del Rinascimento : atti del convegno internazionale", Florence (2007).
Guido Olivieri “’Si suona a Napoli!’ I rapporti fra Napoli e Parigi e i primordi della Sonata in Francia,” "Studi Musicali" 35 (1996): 409-27.
Experiments were made at the Centro Ricerche Musicali - CRM in Rome and at the Istituto Gramma in L'Aquila with the aim of achieving these objectives:
Stresa is also the venue for the "Settimane Musicali"; one of Europe's important classical music international festivals which is held annually in the summer.
He and his partner sing in various choirs, including the Oxford Bach Choir (which they helped to administer for some years), and Fiori Musicali.
Another musical setting is featured in "Branduardi canta Yeats" (published by Edizioni Musicali Musiza, 1986), composed and played by Angelo Branduardi on translation of Luisa Zappa.
The 1548 instrument is currently in the Musée Instrumental in Brussels; the 1550 virginal is in the collection of Rome’s Museo Nazionale degli Strumenti Musicali.
"Fiori musicali" was dedicated to Antonio Barberini in 1635. He was also said to have been a patron of Luigi Rossi.
An early use of the word "scherzo" in music is in light-hearted madrigals of the early baroque period, which were often called "scherzi musicali", for example:
Fiori musicali (""Musical Flowers"") is a collection of liturgical organ music by Girolamo Frescobaldi, first published in 1635. It contains three organ masses and two secular capriccios. Generally acknowledged as one of Frescobaldi's best works, "Fiori musicali" influenced composers during at least two centuries. Johann Sebastian Bach was among its admirers, and parts of it were included in the celebrated "Gradus ad parnassum", a highly influential 1725 treatise by Johann Joseph Fux which was in use even in the 19th century.
In 1991, the theatre's interior underwent a major restructuring and renovation project which was completed in 1998. It now has a large modern auditorium, the "Sala Grande", with 1420 seats, a smaller performing space known as the "Sala Piccola", with 200 seats, and a space for exhibitions and conferences, the "Sala Terrazzo". Since September 2001, it has been administered by the "Fondazione I Pomeriggi Musicali", whose orchestra (the Orchestra i Pomeriggi Musicali) is resident at the theatre.
López Cano, Rubén (2008). “Che tipo di affordances sono le affordances musicali? Una prospettiva semiotica”. En Daniele Barbieri, Luca Marconi e Francesco Spampinato (eds.). "L'ascolto: condotte, pratiche, grammatiche". Lucca: LIM. pp. 43–54.