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Nanino: Complete Madrigals, Part 3

Giovanni Maria Nanino
Complete Madrigals, Part 3
Il terzo libro de madrigali a cinque voci (1586) and Madrigals First Published in Anthologies, 1588–1610
Edited by Christina Boenicke, Anthony Newcomb
R168
Nanino: Complete Madrigals, Part 3
Full Score (2018)
978-0-89579-882-4
8.5x11, xlvi + 232 pp.

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Giovanni Maria Nanino (1543/44–1607) was one of the most important musicians of late sixteenth century Rome. Active as papal singer, chapel master, composer, teacher, and as one of the protagonists of the newly founded Compagnia dei Eccellenti Musici di Roma, he had a deep impact on Roman musical development in the decades around 1600. It is especially in the madrigal, the most popular genre of the cinquecento, that one can admire Nanino’s ability to bring together traditional stylistic elements of the mid-century madrigal with elements of the modern styles commented on by Vincenzo Giustiniani in his Discorso sopra la musica of the early Seicento. Most of Nanino’s published music is secular—either madrigals or canzonettas. He published three volumes of madrigals—the second together with his Roman colleague Annibale Stabile. But his leadership in the world of the late-century madrigal can most clearly be seen in his presence in virtually all the most important anthologies of newly published madrigals of the time. By some measures he was the most anthologized madrigal composer of his age. The present volume, part 3 of 3 in the Complete Madrigals, includes his third book of madrigals and those madrigals by Nanino that first appeared in anthologies in the years 1588–1610.
Il terzo libro de madrigali a cinque voci (1586)
1. Questo vostro fuggire
2. Non veggio ove scampar
3. Deh coralli ridenti
4. Amor mi fa morire
5. Né mai sì lieto
6. L’aurora e ’l giorno e ’l sole
7. Non son le vostre mani
8. In su la destra parte, Giovanni Bernardino Nanino
9. Sopra il vago Esquilin’
10. Da’ bei vostr’occhi
11. Credetel voi, che non sentite amore
12. Di Venere tentò
13. Dolorosi martir
14. Eran disciolt’e sparte
15. S’a l’amorosa doglia
16. Bastava il chiaro viso
17. Da vaghe perle
18. Morir può ’l vostro core
 
Madrigals First Published in Anthologies, 1588–1610
19. Ero così dicea
20. Là dove par ch’ogn’altro
21. Donne vaghe e leggiadre
22. Poi ché ’l tuo nodo, Amore
23. Sorgesti sola e ’l tuo splendor
24. Con quella maestà
25. Alt’e pieni sospiri
26. Amor, se’ bei rubini a4
27. Chiese Enone a Paris
28. Donna, vi vidi et arsi
29. Chi di gare e rancori
30. Si te benigne Iesus
 
Appendix
1. L’aurora e ’l giorn’e ’l sole, Bernardino Mosto
2. Non son le vostre mani, Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina
3. Credetel voi, che non sentite amore, Filippo di Monte
4. Eran disciolt’e sparte, Bernardino Mosto
5. Morir può ’l vostro core, Ascanio Mayone
6. Amor, se’ bei rubini a5, Felice Anerio
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