Ancor che col partire (Gabrieli, Andrea)

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Performances

Recordings

For 3 Flugelhorns (Rondeau)

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For 3 Trumpets (Rondeau)

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Performers Michel Rondeau (3 B-Flat Trumpets)
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Synthesized/MIDI

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Sheet Music

Scores and Parts

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Arrangements and Transcriptions

For 3 Flugelhorns (Rondeau)

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Arranger Michel Rondeau (b. 1948)
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General Information

Work Title Ancor che col partire
Alternative. Title
Composer Gabrieli, Andrea
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. IAG 128
Key A Aeolian mode
First Publication. 1570 in Il primo libro delle iustiniane à 3 voci (Scotto press, Venice)
Librettist Speculated to have been Andrea Calmo
Language Italian
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Renaissance
Piece Style Renaissance
Instrumentation 3 voices

Misc. Comments

This is a parody (in the true sense of the word) of the Avalos poem set by Cipriano de Rore, of both the original poem's text and de Rore's musical setting, written in Venetian dialect.