Sheet Music – £ – One of six such works for cello and continuo, published as the composer’s Opus 2 in London in , this sonata arranged with piano. Piano Accompaniments for Benedetto Marcello 6 Sonatas for Cello Op.1 – Sonata no.3 in A minor. By Benedetto Marcello, Let’s Play Together. • 7 songs. 2 (London ); 6 sonatas for 2 cellos or viole da gamba and basso continuo „ op. 2“ (Amsterdam ca. ); Sonata in G minor for.

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The library of the Brussels Conservatoire possesses some interesting volumes of chamber cantatas composed by Marcello for his mistress.

This page was last edited on 24 Novemberat The vivid picture he draws would in many bbenedetto apply also to the modern operatic “tradition” which according to Gustav Mahler is identical with “Schlamperei” sloppiness. He spared nobody and attacked composers, singers, directors alike, down to the last stage hand.

Cello Sonata in A minor, Op.19 No.1 (Marcello, Benedetto)

This article needs additional citations for verification. This little work, which was frequently reprinted, is not only extremely amusing, but is most valuable as a contribution to the history of opera. Gerhard Fredrik WitvogelNo. Marcello vented his opinions on the state of musical drama at the time in the satirical pamphlet Il teatro alla modapublished anonymously in Venice in Published separately, reissued together.

Paul Coutan’s version with Paul Bazelaire ‘s fingerings. Cello Library 23 Moscow: Javascript is required for this feature. Simrock, However, as a nobleman his marriage to a commoner was unlawful and after Marcello’s death the marriage was declared null by the state.


Retrieved 4 October As a composer, Marcello was best known in his lifetime and is now still best remembered for his Estro poetico-armonico Venice—27a musical setting for voices, figured bass a continuo notationand occasional solo instruments, of the first fifty Psalms, as paraphrased in Italian by his friend G. Performer Pages Michel Rondeau trumpet.

Born in VeniceBenedetto Marcello was a member of a noble family and his compositions are frequently referred to as Patrizio Veneto. The bitterest attacks were leveled against the castrati who visibly embodied the most abusive side of opera. Arranger Gaston Marchet ca. Arranger Joseph Salmon — Edition PetersNo.

Reprint of Classical violoncello music ca. Contents 1 Performances 1.

Benedetto Marcello – Wikipedia

Retrieved 6 January Arranger Alfredo Carlo Piatti — The composer Joachim Monor wrote an opera entitled Benedetto Marcellobased loosely on the life of Marcello and Scalfi. Arranger Joseph Salmon Retrieved from ” http: Marcello presented his vitriolic suggestions in an ostensibly serious tone and revealed by implication more about the musical and social aspects of opera than other authors did by factual reports.

Rosanna was unable to inherit his estate, and filed suit in against Benedetto’s brother Marello Marcello, seeking financial support. Their singing was derisively called “capon’s laughter”. Problems playing this file? Transposed to G minor. Due to his health having been “impaired by the climate” of IstriaMarcello retired after eight years in the capacity of Camerlengo to Benevetto where he died of tuberculosis in Transposed to G major.


Although Benedetto Marcello wrote an opera called La Fede riconosciuta and produced it in Vicenza inhe had little sympathy with this form of composition, as evidenced in his writings see below.

Wikimedia Commons has media related to Benedetto Marcello. Retrieved from ” https: Marcello composed a variety of music including considerable church music, oratoriosim of solo cantatasduetssonatasconcertos and sinfonias.

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With the poet Antonio Schinella Conti he wrote a series of experimental long cantatas — a duet, Il Timoteothen five monologues, Cantone, Lucrezia, Andromaca, Arianna abandonnata, and finally Mqrcello.

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