Trattado de Glosas (Ortiz, Diego)

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Phillipwserna (2020/10/20)

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Performer Pages Phillip Serna (Viola da Gamba)
Performers Phillip W. Serna, Treble, Tenor & Bass Viols with Lute
Publisher Info. Chicago: Dr. Phillip W. Serna, 2020.
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Misc. Notes Recorded, mixed & mastered October 2020 at Dwarf Star Audio, Plainfield, IL. Based in the Chicago area, Dr. Serna works to bring the early western string instrument family known as the viola da gamba into many area schools – demonstrating solo literature from the Renaissance, Baroque and early Classical periods for treble viol, tenor viol, bass viol & violone. For more information, visit here and here.
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Editor First edition
Publisher. Info. Rome: Valerio Dorico & Luigi Dorico, 1553.
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Misc. Notes #58549 - Excellent color scan
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Work Title Trattado de Glosas
Alternative. Title Trattado de glosas sobre clausulas y otros generos de puntos en la musica de violones
Composer Ortiz, Diego
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. None [force assignment]
First Publication. 1553
Language Italian and Spanish (1 French chanson)
Dedication Pedro de UrrĂ­es
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Renaissance
Piece Style Renaissance
Instrumentation viola da gamba (also called "violone" here); viola da gamba, continuo ("cimbalo")
External Links Wikipedia article (Spanish)

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Treatise on ornamenting upon a cadence and breaking a ground, with examples of each. Also on composing ricercars on madrigals (motets, chansons), with examples.