Arias and Cantatas, P-Ln C.I.C.14/2 (Various)

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Sheet Music


PDF scanned by P-Ln
Giovanni Tribuzio (2017/7/21)

Publisher. Info. Manuscript, n.d.(ca.1725-1800).
Misc. Notes RISM 110002764
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General Information

Work Title Arias and Cantatas, P-Ln C.I.C.14/2
Alternative. Title
Composer Various
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. None [force assignment]
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 15 arias/cantatas:
  1. "Giusti numi che scorgete" from Il prigionier superbo, P.143i (Pergolesi, Giovanni Battista), pp.1-8 (soprano, strings, continuo)
  2. "Ombra sei tu non io" from an unidentified opera, pp.9-17 (soprano, strings, continuo)
  3. "Saran queste pupille di lagrime" from an unidentified opera, pp.19-28 (soprano, strings, continuo)
  4. "Esce dal bosco ombroso" from an unidentified opera, pp.29-40 (soprano, strings, continuo)
  5. "Pia gato oh Dio" from an unidentified opera, pp.41-62 (tenor, strings, continuo)
  6. Parte oh Dio da me Fileno (Leo, Leonardo), pp.63-77 (soprano, strings, continuo)
  7. L'Andromada (Leo, Leonardo), pp.78-117 (Cantata: soprano, strings, continuo)
  8. "Belle mie calde lacrime from Lucilla e Pandolfo (Hasse, Johann Adolph), pp.119-125 (soprano, strings, continuo)
  9. "Ombra che pallida" from Vologeso, re de' Parti (Capua, Rinaldo di), pp.127-137 (soprano, strings, continuo)
Language Italian
Piece Style Baroque
Instrumentation voice (soprano or tenor), strings, continuo (probably; see below, Comments)

Misc. Comments

  • The second aria, "Ombra sei tu non io" could be from Alfonso, by "Carlo, Re della due Sicilie e Amalia, Principessa reale di Pollonia Duchessa di Sassonia", as those exact words come up in the libretto to that work. Hasse also wrote an opera named Alfonso, though it is unknown whether he used that exact text.
  • In all of them except Leo's, the instrumental parts are unidentified, but probably strings. Both of Leo's specifiy Violino 1o, Violino 2o, Violetta, Basso.