Giaches de Wert (1535-1596) and his time

Migration of musicians to and from the low Countries (c. 1400-1600) : colloquium proceedings, Antwerpen, 26-27 August 1996

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Other titlesGiaches de Wert (1535-1596) and his time ; Migration of musicians to and from the low Countries (c. 1400-1600), Migration of musicians to and from the low Countries (c.1400-1600)
Statementeditor[s], Eugeen Schreurs, Bruno Bouckaert.
SeriesYearbook of the Alamire Foundation ;, 3
ContributionsSchreurs, Eugeen., Bouckaert, Bruno.
LC ClassificationsML410.W49 G53 1999
The Physical Object
Pagination209 p. :
Number of Pages209
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6850794M
ISBN 109068531166
LC Control Number00356053

While we know De Wert for his madrigals, the Stile Antico ensemble shows us the sacred side of this 16th century master. NOTE: All of the music on this program comes from the recording Divine Theatre: Sacred Motets by Giaches de Wert featuring Stile Antico on . Giaches de Wert: Madrigals La Venexiana, Claudio Cavina this is a great performance on its own terms, but also marks a triumphant climax to Gardiner’s LSO Live Mendelssohn series, surely the finest from a single artistic team to have emerged since. About. Giaches de Wert (‐) was born in Flanders. He became one of the foremost composers of the Golden Age of Renaissance vocal polyphony, together with other illustrious composers: Dufay, Ockeghem, Obrecht, Josquin and Lassus. Rovigo, along with Giaches de Wert, was one of the composers assigned the task of composing music for a performance of Guarini's Il pastor fido in or One of the singers of the court at Mantua, Evangelista Campagnolo, was to play the part of Silvio.

Giaches de Wert was one of the most important composers of Italian secular music between Cipriano de Rore and Claudio Monteverdi (his eventual successor as music director at the court of Mantua). Altogether Wert published eleven books of five-voice madrigals between and Giaches de Wert. Vlaams polyfonist Tekstbewerking en Verantwoording door Joris Taels. WERT Giaches de - Irene BOGAERT (author). UPC Code: Release Date: September Originally recorded in I. Giaches de Wert: Madrigali a cinque voci (Cantus Cölln/Konrad Junghänel). Harmonia Mundi CD HMC Harmonia Mundi CD HMC --Book III Madrigals (): Novo amor, nove fiamme ("A new love, new fires, and a new law").

Giaches de Wert, Category: Artist, Albums: Wert: Madrigals, Giaches de Wert: Divine Theatre, Sacred Motets, De Wert: Motets, Book I (), Wert, G.: Motectorum Liber Primus / Il Secondo Libro De Motetti / Modulationum Liber Primus, Wert: Five-Part Madrigals, Top Tracks: O Crux ave, spes unica, Ascendente Jesu in naviculam, Ha ninfe adorn’e belle, Vox in Rama audita est, Gaudete in Domino. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Giaches de Wert: Il settimo libro de madrigali - Consort of Musicke on AllMusic - Wert: Five-Part Madrigals, an album by Giaches de Wert, Cantus Cölln, Konrad Junghanel on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics ed on: Wert: Madrigals, an album by Giaches de Wert, La Venexiana, Claudio Cavina on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.

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Product Description. Flemish born Giaches de Wert flourished during the Golden Age of Renaissance polyphony. De Wert's music, although rooted in the stately FrancoFlemish polyphonic tradition, reveals 'Italianate' expressive elements reflecting the text's emotional content/5(5). Giaches de Wert ( - ) was of Flemish origin but moved to Italy as a choirboy at a young age.

Throughout his life he maintained a certain Flemishness to his style of composition while showing a keen awareness of the trends amongst other madrigalists of his 5/5(3). The madrigals in the 7th book by Giaches de Wert are mostly love songs (laments, about physical love), on poems by Petrarca, T.

Tasso, G. Guarini. Ariosto, A. da Constanzo or by anonymous poets, but, there are also celebrations.5/5(7). Giaches de Wert's music is very polished, with pure melodic lines and slow imitations.

More rhythmic songs are (6, 11 and 13). They show occasionally slight rhythmic changes and (de)crescendos (8, 9). The main appeal of his scores are the musical interpretations of selected words in the poems.5/5(7). Giaches de Wert, also spelled Jaches de Vuert, (bornGhent?, Flanders [Belgium]—died May 6,Mantua [Italy]), Flemish composer best known to his contemporaries for his was highly praised by contemporary musicians, particularly Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina, Thomas Morley, and Claudio Monteverdi.

It is likely that de Wert was taken to Italy as a boy to be a. Il decimo libro de madrigali (Venice ; five voices) L'undecimo libro de madrigali a cinque voci (Venice ; five voices) Il duodecimo libro de madrigali (Venice ; four to seven voices; posthumous) External links.

Works by Giaches de Wert in the Petrucci Music Library (IMSLP). COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider Giaches de Wert book to handle coronavirus.

Genre/Form: Personal correspondence Correspondence: Additional Physical Format: Online Giaches de Wert book Fenlon, Iain. Giaches de Wert. Paris: Klincksieck, Vago augelletto che cantando vai (Wert, Giaches de) Valle che de’ lamenti miei se’ piena (Wert, Giaches de) Vani, e sciocchi non men ch'egri e dolenti (Wert, Giaches de) Vener, ch'un giorno avea (Wert, Giaches de) La verginella e simile alla rosa (Wert, Giaches de) Vezzosi Augelli infra le verdi fronde (Wert, Giaches de).

Franco-Flemish composer Giaches de Wert wrote a considerable amount of sacred music during the late Renaissance, but little of it was published during his lifetime.

Only three books 4/5. Additional Physical Format: Online version: MacClintock, Carol, Giaches de Wert, [n. p.] American Institute of Musicology,   50+ videos Play all Mix - Dame Emma Kirkby; "Seventh Book of Madrigals"; Giaches de Wert YouTube Hillard Ensemble - Renaissance Madrigals - Duration: faredisf views.

THE LANGUAGE OF LAMENT: GIACHES DE WERT AND CLAUDIO MONTEVERDI’S SECONDA PRATICA A Thesis in Musicology by Jonathan C. Ligrani 2 The first two books were composed in Cremona, and the Third emerged after the composer took a position in Mantua in 2Author: Jonathan Christopher Ligrani.

50+ videos Play all Mix - Giaches De Wert - 'Sorgi e rischiara' (7th Book of Madrigals) YouTube Giunto a la tomba - Duration: La Venexiana - Topic views.

The madrigals in the 7th book by Giaches de Wert are mostly love songs (laments, about physical love), on poems by Petrarca, T. Tasso, G. Guarini. Ariosto, A. da Constanzo or by anonymous poets, but, there are also celebrations.5/5.

Giaches de WERT ( - ) O mors, quam amara est - Motets, Book I () O sacrum convivium [] O mors, quam amara est [] Deus, tu scis insipientiam [] Omnia in vera iudicio [] Nolite esse prudentes [] Ego autem in Domino sperabo [] Adesto dolori meo [] Clama ne cesses [] Qui vindicari vult [] Tu Deus clemens [] Cum intrasset Jesus [].

View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Madrigals on Discogs. Giaches de Wert (, Bornem, Bélgica - 6 de mayo deMantua, Italia).

Séptimo Libro de Madrigales 1. Sorgi, E Rischiara. Misera, Che Faro. Giaches de Wert. Composer(s): Giaches de Wert. Works: Divine Theatre: Motets Books 2 & 3 - selection.

Performer: Stile Antico. Label: Harmonia Mundi. Catalogue Number: HMM (hybrid CD/SACD) Perfomance: Recording: These motets, all published in when De Wert was working at the Santa Barbara Chapel in Mantua, include some of the finest 4/5.

Giaches de Wert - Motets, Book 1 () Brilliant Classics 1CD Collegium Musicum Amsterdam (Anthony Zielhorst) Disclaimer: de gebruikte muziek bestaat uit fragmenten (max The Flemish-born Giaches de Wert was one of many foreigners to dominate the Italian music scene in the mid to late sixteenth century, therefore to this day his music is largely unknown to many.

It is the second of three books of Motets which appears on this disc, written when his skill as a madrigalist had reached its height. As part of the Kings College Choir, the choral scholars of Collegium.

Born inGiaches de Wert represents the fifth and last generation of Franco-Flemish composers – although he in fact spent most of his working life in Mantua, where Duke Guglielmo di Gonzaga had appointed him maestro di cappella of the city’s newly built basilica.

UPC Code: Release Date: July Originally recorded in   Gaudete in Domino, by Giaches de Wert, sung by Quire Cleveland, dir. Ross W. Duffin, on December 5,at Historic St. Peter Church, Cleveland.

This short motet by. Madrigali a 5 voci, Libro 7 (Wert, Giaches de) This page is only for complete editions and multiple selections from the collection here. For arrangements, new editions, etc. see (or create) separate pages for individual works linked in the General Information section below.

Wert, Giaches de Wert, Il Decimo libro () (complete) Wert, Ottavo libro () (complete) Zanchi, Liberale expressive setting of this anonymous text prefigures his treatment of anguish-laden and dramatic themes in his later books of madrigals.

Unusually, the ending of the seconda parte recapitulates, almost note-for-note, the opening of. Giaches de Wert - Divine Theatre, Sacred Motets () Giaches de Wert Stile Antico.

Little is known about the early life of Giaches de Wert, except that he was born in somewhere in the region of Antwerp or Ghent (perhaps in the small village of Weert between the two cities).

From his youth, however, his world was more Italian than Flemish. Cum intrasset Jesus (), Motets, Book 1: No.

11, composed by Giaches de Wert () Performed by Collegium Musicum Amsterdam & Anthony Zielhorst FREE SHEET MUSIC. GIACHES DE WERT () Madrigals.

Madrigals with texts from ‘La Gierusalemme liberata’ (Torquato Tasso) 1 Sovente, allor (8th Book) 2 Giunto alla tomba (7th Book) 3 Usciva omai (8th Book) 4 Vezzosi augelli (8th Book) 5 Forsennata gridava (8th Book) 6 Qual musico gentil (8th Book) 7 Misera non credea (8th Book).

Il secondo libro de madregali a cinque voci / di Giaches de Wert. Composer Wert, Giaches de, Uniform title. Madrigals, book 2. Format Musical score The quinto part book also contains the sesto parte (in tenor clef) of no.

15 on pp. 25 and 27 and the settima parte (in alto clef) of no. 16 on pp. 29, 31, 33, 35, and 37 (the. De Wert: Motets, Book I (), an album by Giaches de Wert, Collegium Musicum Amsterdam, Anthony Zielhorst on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics ed on: With the exception of Lassus, who was not primarily a madrigal composer and whose astonishing versatility warrants separate consideration, Giaches de Wert was the last of the great Franco-Flemish madrigal composers.

Wert was born in Antwerp inbut spent most of his life in Italy, first as a pupil of Rore in Ferrara, then at the courts of Mantua and Parma.WERT, G. de: Motets, Book 1 (Collegium Musicum Amsterdam, Zielhorst) BT