|Contributions||Crivelli, Arcangelo, 1546-1617.|
|The Physical Object|
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Publishing History This is a chart to show the publishing history of editions of works about this subject. Along the X axis is time, and on the y axis is the count of editions published. Johnson, O. W. "A Preliminary Study of the Parody Technique of Archangelo Crivelli." In Paul A. Pisk: Essays in His Honor, ed. John Glowacki. Austin: College of Fine Arts, University of Texas, Index classifications: s, s Johnson, Timothy A. "Chromatic Quotations of Diatonic Tunes in Songs of Charles Ives.". Full text of "Romish rites, offices, and legends: or, Authorised superstitions and idolatries of the Church of Rome ; containing the greater portion of the Roman Pontifical, the Ordinary of the Mass, the defects of the Mass, the principal festivals and offices of the Blessed Virgin Mary, the ceremonies at most of the season-masses, the offices in the Roman Anglican ritual, copious . Ventura di Archangelo Salimbeni (also later called Bevilacqua; 20 January - ) was an Italian Mannerist painter and printmaker and among the last representatives of a style influenced by the earlier Sienese School of Quattrocento-Renaissance. Salimbeni was born in Siena.
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la didone, ib., 3 (leipsic, hofmeister) 3. marche hongroise. 3 masses for four, and 3 melodies for do. 3 morceaux pour 3 nocturnes for violoncello and 3 other collections of etudes. 3 overtures 3. pastorale 3 preludes, op. 3 psalms for eight 3 quartets, in e2, with strings 3 quuitcts siegesgesang, op. 26 3 (rome, ) 3 sacred choruses. The Masses of Sebastian de Vivanco (ca. ): A Study of Polyphonic Settings of the Ordinary in Late Renaissance Spain. Ph.D., Music History and Literature, Northwestern University, 2 vols., x, p. The Missa carminum, a Renaissance mass type cultivated by several composers that is structured around a tenor built by stringing together different pre-existent tunes, provides interesting examples of the practice of musical imitatio. The musical borrowing in these pieces highlights a composer’s innovative compositional technique while still linking to the traditions of . Name: Born: Died: Information: Ciaia (or Ciaja), Alessandro della more fl. Sienese nobleman (contemporary with Azzolino s grandfather) and accademico intronato who studied with Desiderio Pecci, was a composer, singer and performer on the monochord, lute and theorbo. He published a set of five-voice madrigals with continuo as his op.1 (Venice, ), a set of .