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Bartolomeo Tromboncino: frottola: important composers of frottola were Bartolomeo Tromboncino (d. c. ) and Marchetto Cara (d. c. ). At times the. Bartolomeo Tromboncino. (c – after ). Italian composer. Spent long periods in the service of the Mantuan court from to , though in he . The BBC artist page for Bartolomeo Tromboncino. Find the best clips, watch programmes, catch up on the news, and read the latest Bartolomeo Tromboncino .

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In spite of his stormy, erratic, and possibly criminal life, much of his music is in the light current form of the frottolaa predecessor to the madrigal. Around this time, just when things looked good, he made what was perhaps his greatest career mistake when he requested a binding patent on the printing of his music.

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These include many requests for music from him, praise of him between different parties, and several gifts of money. Despite yet another flight in disgrace from Mantua inhe didn’t permanently leave the service of d’Este until Although he seems to have been the favorite of d’Este and her husband, there is great evidence that he was of a stormy, combative disposition.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Untilhis movements are uncertain, but in that year he rented a house in Venice where he established a music school for gentlewomen. Bartolomei Videos All Posts. Aspicias tromboncjno frottola a 4 Composer. Tanto mi trovo frottola a 4 Composer.

Bartolomeo Tromboncino

Or che son di pregion Composer. Sometime before he moved to Venicewhere he most likely spent the remainder of his life, seemingly in rather more placid circumstances.

The bartokomeo Tromboncino was among the most gifted early composers of the frottola. Bartolomeo Tromboncino Born It may not have been reviewed by professional editors and is licensed under an Attribution-ShareAlike Creative Commons License.

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The yromboncino came from Isabella d’Este who, byhad made him part of her personal retinue, where he served as lutenist, composer, and tutor. Introspection Late Night Partying.

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He was a trombonistas shown by his name, and sometimes employed in bartolmeo capacity; however he apparently wrote no strictly instrumental music or none survives.

While it protected his immediate financial interests, it prevented the work from receiving wider circulation many manuscripts in circulation were pirated so that his innovative frottolas, the acknowledged best being composed at the time, dropped out of the musical conscience of Italy before he was even dead.

Drinking Hanging Out In Love. Throughout the late ’90s, especially, his name is frequently mentioned in Mantuan documents in contexts alluding in one way or another to his musical talents or the singularity of his character.

Poi che vole Composer. Similar Artists Marchetto Cara.

Views Read Edit View history. He must have been an outstanding musician tromboncimo to have been treated so leniently. Eterno mio signor Composer. He also wrote some serious sacred music: Jazz Latin New Age. Stylistically, the sacred works are typical of the more conservative music of the early 16th century, using non-imitative polyphony over a cantus firmusalternating sectionally with more homophonic textures or with unadorned plainsong.

By using this site, you bartolomwo to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. S’il dissi mai – for voice and lute. Performances Popular All Recommended. He is mainly famous as a composer of frottole ; he is principally infamous for murdering his wife. John Cabot citizen of Venice selection of works Composer.

His first music teacher was probably his father, Bernardino Piffaro, who was a player in the municipal wind ensemble. Musica Antiqua of London. The major differences between the late frottola s of Tromboncino and the earliest madrigals were not so much musical as in the structure of the verse they set.

This page was last edited on trombboncino Decemberat More than of such pieces are ascribed to him. Bartolomeo Tromboncino Links MusicBrainz. From Tromboncino bartolo,eo employed by the even more infamous Lucrezia Borgia in Ferrara, where he wrote music for the famous intermedi of her opulent court, and most significantly for her wedding to Alfonso d’Este.

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Bartolomeo Tromboncino – Oxford Reference

His frottola s, by far the largest and most historically significant part of his output in all bartolomfo more varied than those of the other famous frottolist, Marchetto Caraand they also tend to be more polyphonic than is typical for most frottola bartolojeo of the time; in this way they anticipate the madrigal, the first collections of which began to be published near the very end of Tromboncino’s life, and in the city where he lived for example Verdelot’s Primo libro di Madrigali ofpublished in Venice.

As a teacher, his influence was great enough that 20 years after his death his students in Venice were still used as a measure of quality in singing. If you find the biography content factually incorrect or highly offensive you can edit this article at Tromboncimo. The Early Music Show.

By the age of 20, he was already working as a trombonist for Francesco Il Gonzaga in Mantua, where trombonckno played at various feasts and events as part of the Mantuan wind ensemble. Besides having to flee to Venice in over some kind of violent offense, in a Gesualdo copycat? Ave Maria regina in cielo. He was born in Verona and died in or near Venice. Italian classical composers Italian male classical composers Renaissance composers Italian murderers s births s deaths People from Mantua People from Verona 15th-century Italian people 16th-century Italian people bartolomoe composers 16th-century composers Italian trombonists 16th-century Italian musicians.