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Ti porto in viaggio: Londra. Itinerari per tren...
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Ti porto in viaggio" è il nuovo audiocast prodotto in esclusiva per Audible dai viaggiatori di TBnetmedia. Ogni episodio porta il nome di una città e ne racconta l'esplorazione curiosa e profonda, tra suggerimenti, itinerari, scoperte ed emozioni. Una voce che ti racconta una città: un modo nuovo e più che mai cool di scegliere la tua prossima meta o di rivivere i tuoi viaggi e confrontare le tue esperienze in attesa di tornarci. È una Londra che vibra a ogni angolo di strada, quella degli hipster e dei trentenni. È una Londra che mixa emozioni e cultura, popoli e sapori, musiche e linguaggi, che contiene una "little Venice" e una "little Amsterdam", che ti seduce con i mercatini vintage più curiosi, lungo il Regent's Canal e fino a Camden. E se volete "assaporare" la sua musica o toccarne con mano la storia, ebbene, qui non avete che l'imbarazzo della scelta: dal sound electro del Fabric, al classico Hard Rock Cafè, dallo storico Marquee dove debuttarono gli Stones, fino ai luoghi cantati e vissuti da Blur, Beatles e Pink Floyd. Questo podcast vi è offerto in esclusiva per Audible ed è disponibile solamente in formato audio digitale. 1. Italian. Laura Righi. http://samples.audible.de/bk/asop/000032/bk_asop_000032_sample.mp3.

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Massimo Milano
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Massimo Milano (born Torino, 1967) is an ethnomusicologist, critic and sound experimentalist. Member of "A.I.STU.GIA" (Italian Association for Japanese Studies, Venice) and of the International Jury of the Down Beat Annual Critics Poll (USA), he has been editor-in-chief of the monthly magazine "Finis Terrae" , for which he interviewed Zimbabwe's musical icon in exile Thomas Mapfumo. In addition, he regularly contributes to several Italian and Spanish leading newspapers and magazines (Il Manifesto, Jam, Rumore, Jazzit, Il Giornale della Musica, Carnet, Amadeus, Playboy, Cuadernos de Jazz). His activity also includes extensive studies, researches and essays on contemporary Brazilian music (Música Popular Brasileira), its social implications and its leading role in the collective imagination as a paradigm of the so-called "World" sound. He co-authored the "Encyclopedia of Rock", recently re-published by Arcana Editrice, and during the 90's he actively collaborated as a consultant both for Blue Note artists the Doky Brothers and pianist Niels Lan Doky, for whom he wrote the liner notes for the album "Haitek Haiku", produced by Gino Vannelli.

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Bembism and Motivicity
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In Venice in the mid-sixteenth-century, the madrigal was emerging as the highest musical expression of poetry. One of the foremost composers of this new genre was Adrian Willaert. The madrigals contained in his Musica nova for many are the pinnacle of the Italian madrigal. It has been suggested that Willaert s settings of Petrarch s poetry in this collection may have been influenced by the writings of Pietro Bembo, who was active in Venice in the first half of the sixteenth-century. It has also been suggested that Willaert used a compositional tool called motivicity in many of his works. The purpose of this study is to determine whether or not Willaert used motivicity as a method of composition in order to highlight the principles put forward by Pietro Bembo for Petrarch s sonnets. The results demonstrate that while in some madrigals it does appear that Willaert used motivicity in order to adhere to Bembist ideals, it was not always a determining factor. This study will benefit musicologists or music theorists studying either madrigals or music-text relations, as well as those studying the theories of Pietro Bembo.

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Bembism and Motivicity
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In Venice in the mid-sixteenth-century, the madrigal was emerging as the highest musical expression of poetry. One of the foremost composers of this new genre was Adrian Willaert. The madrigals contained in his Musica nova for many are the pinnacle of the Italian madrigal. It has been suggested that Willaert's settings of Petrarch's poetry in this collection may have been influenced by the writings of Pietro Bembo, who was active in Venice in the first half of the sixteenth-century. It has also been suggested that Willaert used a compositional tool called motivicity in many of his works. The purpose of this study is to determine whether or not Willaert used motivicity as a method of composition in order to highlight the principles put forward by Pietro Bembo for Petrarch's sonnets. The results demonstrate that while in some madrigals it does appear that Willaert used motivicity in order to adhere to Bembist ideals, it was not always a determining factor. This study will benefit musicologists or music theorists studying either madrigals or music-text relations, as well as those studying the theories of Pietro Bembo.

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Bembism and Motivicity
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In Venice in the mid-sixteenth-century, the madrigal was emerging as the highest musical expression of poetry. One of the foremost composers of this new genre was Adrian Willaert. The madrigals contained in his Musica nova for many are the pinnacle of the Italian madrigal. It has been suggested that Willaert's settings of Petrarch's poetry in this collection may have been influenced by the writings of Pietro Bembo, who was active in Venice in the first half of the sixteenth-century. It has also been suggested that Willaert used a compositional tool called motivicity in many of his works. The purpose of this study is to determine whether or not Willaert used motivicity as a method of composition in order to highlight the principles put forward by Pietro Bembo for Petrarch's sonnets. The results demonstrate that while in some madrigals it does appear that Willaert used motivicity in order to adhere to Bembist ideals, it was not always a determining factor. This study will benefit musicologists or music theorists studying either madrigals or music-text relations, as well as those studying the theories of Pietro Bembo.

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Händel: Apollo e Dafne/Der Alchimist
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Apollo e Dafne is an early work of Handel's, completed at the latest by 1710 when he was 25 years old in Hanover, whence Handel departed in 1710 after Agrippina had made such an impact in Venice. He thence decamped to London in the autumn of 1710, perhaps as a propagandist for the Hannoverian succession, and may even have had political duties to attend to in secret, while carrying on a spectacularly successful musical charm-offensive in favour of George and Germany. If this is the case, then we could see the dance suite of music from The Alchymist (HWV43) as advanced publicity, carefully planned to prepare Handel's arrival. Whatever: both works here are the works of a youthful and exuberant outpouring of genius. They both were conceived in theatrical Catholic Italy, only to achieve their final form in the Protestant North. In this transformation process they seem to have lost none of their vigour and warmth; and today they charm us still as they must have charmed when new, like a whiff from distant lemon groves through the London fog and the rain. Jed Wentz and his consort Musica ad Rhenum are stalwarts of the extensive catalogue of historically informed recordings on Brilliant Classics. They draw on the rich performance and scholarly tradition of early music in The Netherlands, and their recordings of Bach, Handel, Couperin, Rameau and more have, since the group's foundation in 1992, won critical praise. Other information: - Recorded 2006, a highlight from the extensive discography of Musica ad Rhenum, conducted by Jed Wentz, maintaining their high reputation in the field of historically informed performance practice. - Handel wrote the Cantata as a young man learning the craft in Italy, where he lived for several years. It bears ample evidence of the Italian style: sensuous cantabile melodies, a great dramatic impact and an abundant instrumental brilliance in the ensemble. - Contains notes on the music as well as artist biographies. - Contains a libretto for Apollo e Dafne.

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Händel: Apollo e Dafne/Der Alchimist
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Apollo e Dafne is an early work of Handel's, completed at the latest by 1710 when he was 25 years old in Hanover, whence Handel departed in 1710 after Agrippina had made such an impact in Venice. He thence decamped to London in the autumn of 1710, perhaps as a propagandist for the Hannoverian succession, and may even have had political duties to attend to in secret, while carrying on a spectacularly successful musical charm-offensive in favour of George and Germany. If this is the case, then we could see the dance suite of music from The Alchymist (HWV43) as advanced publicity, carefully planned to prepare Handel's arrival. Whatever: both works here are the works of a youthful and exuberant outpouring of genius. They both were conceived in theatrical Catholic Italy, only to achieve their final form in the Protestant North. In this transformation process they seem to have lost none of their vigour and warmth; and today they charm us still as they must have charmed when new, like a whiff from distant lemon groves through the London fog and the rain. Jed Wentz and his consort Musica ad Rhenum are stalwarts of the extensive catalogue of historically informed recordings on Brilliant Classics. They draw on the rich performance and scholarly tradition of early music in The Netherlands, and their recordings of Bach, Handel, Couperin, Rameau and more have, since the group's foundation in 1992, won critical praise. Other information: - Recorded 2006, a highlight from the extensive discography of Musica ad Rhenum, conducted by Jed Wentz, maintaining their high reputation in the field of historically informed performance practice. - Handel wrote the Cantata as a young man learning the craft in Italy, where he lived for several years. It bears ample evidence of the Italian style: sensuous cantabile melodies, a great dramatic impact and an abundant instrumental brilliance in the ensemble. - Contains notes on the music as well as artist biographies. - Contains a libretto for Apollo e Dafne.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 30.10.2020
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