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Partition Information about source (manuscript), edition, Lucretia Romana


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Pratiquez les partitions de la musique Lucretia Romana Information about source (manuscript), edition, de Scarlatti, Alessandro. Cette partition baroque écrite pour les instruments tels que: Soprano + Continuo
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Rédacteur: Rosalind Halton
Edition: Rosalind Halton
Durée / duration: 11 minutes
Libbretiste: Benedetto Pamfili



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Nombre de lectures 56
Langue Italiano
Alessandro Scarlatti,Lucretia RomanaIntroduction, p. i, ed. Rosalind Halton, May 2006INTRODUCTION Alessandro Scarlatti's setting ofLucretiaAlessandro Melani, Francesco Gasparini, Romana(Hanley 377) has been dated to 16Bernardo Pasquini, and Flavio Lanciani. 1 September, 1688.The following detail isLucretia isthe only setting by Scarlatti, and given by Edwin Hanley: “On the basis ofits tragic theme from Roman antiquity documents in the Doria-Pamfili archives,further sets it apart from the other works in Montaltoreports that Benedetto Pamfili isthe manuscript. the author of the text of this cantata and that a copy was presented to Cardinal GiovanniSource B Naples, Biblioteca del Conservatorio, MS 33.2.4, Francesco Maria de Medici in the winter of 2 ff. 128-138v (Nc) 1690.” No heading or attribution.Ornamental Cardinal Benedetto Pamphili, author of capital. the text, was one of the principal ecclesiasti-cal patrons of music in late seventeenth-Source C century Rome, and his poetry was set on London, British Library, MS Add. 31488, numerous occasions by Alessandro Scarlatti. ff. 166-185 (Lbl) A manuscript in the Vatican Library, Rome, Watermark:3 mountains in double circle; of cantata and other texts for musical fleur de lys in double circle settings by Pamphili (I-Rvatlat. 10206) Vat. r Heading: La Lucretia Romana / del Sig . gives an idea of the range and involvement Scarlatti. of the cardinal's literary interests as librettist.Scribe:Roman hand Contents:cantatas by Cola, Bononcini, Scarlatti, Carissimi Sources Carissimi, Stradella. (list of composers in English hand). The volume bears the name Source A“R.J. Stevenson, Charterhouse 1817.” The Münster, Santini Collection,MS 862, name “Savage” also appears. ff. 1-12 (MÜs) Watermark:fleur de lys in double circle o There is a close correspondence between Heading: Lucretia Romana / del S. Aless the readings of sources A (MÜs) and B (Nc), Scarlatti. and considerable variance of those with the 3 Scribe: Roman hand. readings and markings of C (Lbl). InNcthe Contents:cantatas with instruments by title characters name is variously spelled as “Lugrezia” and “Lugretia,” whereasMÜsandLblgive “Lucretia.” 1 Some of the aspects in whichLbldiffers Malcolm Boyd,s.v. “Alessandro Scarlatti,”The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, 2nd ed., from the first two sources are: bass figures, 22: 392.No source is given for the date. 2of which many more appear; slurs in the Hanley, Edwin, “Alessandro Scarlatti'sCantate da vocal part, of which many more are given Camera: a Bibliographical Study, ” Ph.D. Dissertation, Yale University, 1963, pp. 291-292.over 3- and 4-note groups; and tempo 3 The hand ofMÜs862 has similarities to that ofMÜsmarkings (see below).Lblalso has a number 3933, Scarlattis operaLa Rosmene, performed in of textual errors, such as incorrect numbers Rome, Palazzo Doria Pamphili, Carnival 1686 (Boyd, of beats for the time signature, e.g. in the “Scarlatti,” 22: 384).WEB LIBRARY OF SEVENTEENTH-CENTURY MUSIC (www.sscm-wlscm.org), WLSCM No. 7