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Antonio Vivaldi: Invicti bellate - Mottetto RV 628: Chamber Ensemble

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COMPOSER: Antonio Vivaldi
PUBLISHER: Ricordi
PRODUCT FORMAT: Score
Among the works by Vivaldi preserved in a state unsatisfactory for performance there is a curious case. It is this motet written forAlto Solo, Invicti bellate, RV 628, which is already known to the public through editions,performances and recordings united by acommon shortcoming: a failure to
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Composer Antonio Vivaldi
Publisher Ricordi
Product Format Score
Genre Classical
Year of Publication 2017
Grade of Difficulty INTERMEDIATE
StylePeriodView Description Baroque
Style Baroque
ISBN 9788881920105
ISMN 9790041914398
Instrumentation Chamber Ensemble
No. PR 00143900
Number of pages 48
Series UMPC Critical Editions
Composer Antonio Vivaldi
Editor Federico Maria Sardelli
Description
Among the works by Vivaldi preserved in a state unsatisfactory for performance there is a curious case. It is this motet written forAlto Solo, Invicti bellate, RV 628, which is already known to the public through editions,performances and recordings united by acommon shortcoming: a failure to realize that four entire pages of manuscript, amounting to something like 110-120 bars of music, are missing. This situation demands a definitiveclarification: the motet is not performable in the state in which it has come down to us. Standing apart from a recent, over-indulgent fashion tending towards the reconstruction of damaged works at all costs, this editiondeliberately presents the text in its imperfect state, with the provision, however, of a substantial historical introductionaimed particularly at establishing the motet's date and its position within the ample repertory ofVivaldi's sacred music.
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