SUPPLEMENT: Transcription of G. B. Vitali, aria ‘Non hà compagno amor’ (ed. Alessandro Sanguineti)

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  • Alessandro Sanguineti

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.35561/JSMI12162

Keywords:

Vitali, accademia, violone, aria, obbligato, cantata

Abstract

A transcription of the aria ‘Non hà compagno amor’ in Giovanni Battista Vitali’s setting of the accademia Se le passioni amorose si debbano scoprire all’amico (I-MOe, Mus. E. 245). Published in the Journal of the Society for Musicology in Ireland as a supplement to the article Alessandro Sanguineti, ‘Giovanni Battista Vitali’s Violone in the Accademia’, JSMI, 12 (2016–17), pp. 3–29.

Author Biography

Alessandro Sanguineti

Dr Alessandro Sanguineti is a cellist and scholar. His current research and performance interests include the early cello’s history and the first arias with obbligato violoncello in opera, oratorio and cantata in Italy in the second half of the seventeenth century. His research on Bernardo Sabadini has been published in Performance Practice Review and an essay on Sabadini’s arias with obbligato cello is to appear in the next issue of Miscellanea Ruspoli. Moreover, his article on the early cello has been published in The Galpin Society Journal (2016). Alessandro holds a MMus in advanced performance and a PhD from the Royal College of Music, London, and performs with many of the UK’s finest ensembles, including the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, Britten Sinfonia and English National Ballet.

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Published

2017-07-17

How to Cite

Sanguineti, A. (2017). SUPPLEMENT: Transcription of G. B. Vitali, aria ‘Non hà compagno amor’ (ed. Alessandro Sanguineti). Journal of the Society for Musicology in Ireland, 12, 31. https://doi.org/10.35561/JSMI12162

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