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Alessandro Striggio
Alessandro Striggio (c. 1536/1537 – 29 February 1592) was an Italian composer, instrumentalist and diplomat of the Renaissance. He composed numerous madrigals as well as dramatic music, and by combining the two, became the inve...
Composer
... librettist Alessandro Striggio faced a debilitating illness are examined, with an emphasis on ...
... The recording "Alessandro Striggio: Mass in 40 parts" by I Fagiolini under Robert Hollingworth is reviewed (Decca/Universal, CD/DVD). ...
... A recording of Alessandro Striggio's "Mass in 40 Parts" featuring I Fagiolini under conductor ...
... Early music vocal ensemble I Fagiolini is profiled with a focus on its CD recording of Alessandro ...
... Alessandro Striggio, including a mass, motets, and madrigals, is reviewed (Decca). The DVD offers a multi-channel option and traces the making of the CD. ...
... Alessandro Striggio performed by Le Concert Spirituel under Hervé Niquet is reviewed (Glossa). ...
... ) and one of music by Alessandro Striggio, Thomas Tallis, and Vincenzo Galilei performed by I Fagiolini under Robert Hollingworth (Decca, CD, DVD). ...
... music and Alessandro Striggio's libretto are examined. The influences of and poetic devices used in the ...
Ho visto al mio dolore
Baroque song from 1609
... On July 17, 2007, the Tallis Scholars and the BBC Singers will present Alessandro Striggio's Mass ...
Opera
20th century opera from 1970
L'orfeo
Chester Music 1606