Sandoni, Pier Giuseppe | Cantate da Camera (c1727)

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Édition originale restaurée et augmentée par l'Atelier Philidor.

  • VI cantates de chambre composées par Pier Giuseppe Sandoni, né à Bologne en 1685 et mort à Londres en 1748, et qui fut l'élève de Giovanni Bononcini.
  • Instrumentation: 1 voix (soprano), violon ou flûte à bec, violoncelle ou viole de gambe (basse), basse continue
  • Édition | Source: Fac-similé (2021) | In: Cantata da Camera e Sonate per il Cembalo... da Pier Giuseppe Sandoni (London, ca. 1727)
  • Notation | Clefs: Sol2, Ut1, Ut4, Fa4
  • Langue du texte: Italien
  • Pages | Format: 2 volumes (conducteur & partie séparée pour les instruments reconstruite à partir de l'édition originale et ajoutée par l'Atelier Philidor), 68 pages - 35.5 x 21.6 cm


  • Cantata I -  Benchè porti nel volto. Cantate pour soprano et basse continue.
  • Cantata II - Chi s'intende d'amor mi dica un poco. Cantate pour soprano, violon ou flûte à bec et basse continue.
  • Cantata III - Sei bella e m' innamori. Cantate pour soprano et basse continue.
  • Cantata IV - Non arrossir crudele. Cantate pour soprano et basse continue.
  • Cantata V - Lascio il core in questo amplesso. Cantate pour soprano, violon ou flûte à bec, violoncelle ou basse de viole, et basse continue.
  • Cantata VI. Povero mio pensier deh dimmi quando. Cantate pour soprano et basse continue.
(b Bologna, Aug 1, 1685; d Bologna, Aug 16, 1748), Pietro Giuseppe Sandoni was an Italian composer and harpsichordist. A pupil of Angelo Predieri and Giovanni Bononcini in counterpoint, he was taught the harpsichord by Francesco Salardi. In 1698 he was organist at the Bolognese church of S Giacomo Maggiore. He was admitted to the Accademia Filarmonica in 1700 as organist and two years later was promoted to the rank of composer. He served as principe in 1713, 1714, 1739 and 1745. Known chiefly as a harpsichordist, he travelled to Vienna, Munich and London, 1715–16, where his keyboard improvisations were compared with those of Handel. He also taught singing and probably contributed music to Pyrrhus and Demetrius in 1716. In 1722 Handel sent him to Venice to bring back the famous soprano Francesca Cuzzoni; the two were married on 12 January 1725. [Source: Grove Music Online]
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