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- The canzona is an Italian musical form derived from the Franco-Flemish and Parisian chansons (Caldwell 2001), and during Giovanni Gabrieli's lifetime...
- St. George's Canzona is a British musical ensemble. In Britain at least, it may be said that the early-music movement was initiated by Arnold Dolmetsch...
- and/or Fugue BWV 583–591: various free organ compositions (Trios/Aria/Canzona/Allabreve/Pastorale/Kleines harmonisches Labyrinth ) BWV 592–597: Concertos...
- score. The Music for the Funeral of Queen Mary comprises of the March and Canzona Z. 780[dubious – discuss] and the funeral sentence Thou knowest, Lord,...
- was a 16th-century Italian poet and author of canzoni. Canzona de' lanzi alabardieri Canzona di lanzi che fanno schizzatoi Canzona di lanzi venturieri...
- which were just beginning to appear, such as the sonata and the ensemble canzona; in addition he was the only Venetian of his time to write dance music...
- Il Primo Libro delle Canzoni is a collection of instrumental Baroque canzonas by the Ferrarese organist and composer Girolamo Frescobaldi. It was published...
- criminal characters. The soundtrack for the film, Preludio Tema Variazioni e Canzona, is a collaboration album between Luis Enríquez Bacalov and the Italian...
- Marriage of Figaro. The term canzone is also used interchangeably with canzona, an important Italian instrumental form of the late 16th and early 17th...
- Harvard University Press in 1970 (ISBN 0-674-53955-9). A composition called "Canzona by Francesco da Milano" (better known as the song "The City of Gold") is...
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