Musicche di Camera Libro Quarto, Op.4 (Valentini, Giovanni)

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Work Title Musicche di Camera Libro Quarto
Alternative. Title
Composer Valentini, Giovanni
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. Op.4
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. IGV 9
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 15 madrigals:
  1. Lasso dove son (2 tenors, continuo)
  2. O Dio quel dolce, Romanesca (2 tenors, continuo)
  3. Silentio ò Fauni (2 tenors, continuo)
  4. Uscite ò gemiti (2 tenors, bass, continuo)
  5. Et ecco pur (2 tenors, violin (ad lib.), continuo)
  6. Qui venne al son le la sampogna, Pass'e mezzo con la sua gagliarda (soprano, 2 tenors, bass, continuo)
  7. Un dì soletto, Romanesca (soprano, 2 tenors, bass, continuo)
  8. Perché Filli, Ruggiero (soprano, 2 tenors, bass, violin (ad lib.), continuo)
  9. Non più guerra (soprano, alto, tenor, quinto (tenor clef), bass, continuo)
  10. Altra mercè giamai (soprano, sesto, alto, tenor, quinto (tenor clef), bass, continuo)
  11. E labra hà di rubino (soprano, sesto, alto, tenor, quinto (tenor clef), bass, continuo)
  12. Poiche rotte e distrutte (soprano, sesto, alto, tenor, quinto (tenor clef), bass, guitar, continuo)
  13. Bruna è Maria (soprano, sesto, alto, tenor, quinto (tenor clef), bass, continuo)
  14. De sacri carmi al mormorar dolente (soprano, sesto, alto, tenor, quinto (tenor clef), bass, guitar, continuo)
  15. Duo archi adopra (soprano, sesto, tenor, quinto (tenor clef), 2 violins, continuo)
First Publication. 1621
Language Italian
Dedication alla Serenissima Arciduchessa d'Austria, Maria Madalena Gran Duchessa di Toscana
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Baroque
Piece Style Baroque
Instrumentation 2-6 voices, 1-2 violins, chitarroni, continuo (see below, Comments)

Misc. Comments

The continuo part says "Basso Continuo e Chitarroni", which would indicate chitarrone in addition to another continuo instrument. Also, "chitarroni" is plural. However, in only nos. and 12 and 14 is there a separate line. The rest could certainly be done with chitarrone as the continuo instrument, or another continuo instrument (e.g. harpsichord) as the only continuo instrument.