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Marco Dall'Aquila

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Marco Dall'Aquila (c.1480-after 1538) was a Venetian lutenist and composer known for musical forms called polyphonic ricercars.[1] He was born in L'Aquila but lived and worked in Venice.[2] He often performed at concerts in the houses of nobles in the city, and in 1505 he published Tabullatura et rasone de metter ogni canto in liuto.[3]

On 11 March 1505, Dall'Aquila also received a grant for a petition where he claimed to have developed a method of printing tablature which he could use to score any lute composition into tablature. In the petition for the grant, he also asked for a ban on other printing methods and imports of music scored by other methods, and for a portion of penalties paid for infringement. However, no printed editions demonstrating his method survive.[4]

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Works

Dall'Aquila's music is widely available as recordings by contemporary lutenists. Selected works include:

  • Ricercar No.16, for lute
  • Ricercar No.33, for lute
  • Ricercar
  • Il est Bel et Bon
  • Ricervar Lautre Jour, No 101
  • Nous Bergiers
  • La Traditora, No 3
  • La Traditora, No 2
  • La Battaglia (after Janequin)
  • La cara cosa, for lute (No 36f)
  • Ricercar/Fantasia for lute
  • Ricercar for lute (No 24)
  • Ricercar for lute (No 16)
  • La traditora, for lute (No 38)
  • Priambolo for lute (No 71)
  • Amy souffrez, for lute (No 62)
  • Ricercar for lute (No 19)
  • Ricercar for lute (No 101)
  • Ricercar/Fantasia for lute (No.26)
  • Ricercar for lute (No 28)
  • Ricercar for lute (No 70)
  • Ricercar for lute (No 22)
  • Ricercar for lute (No 18)
  • Ricercar for lute (No 15)
  • Ricercar/Fantasia for lute
  • Ricercar for lute (No.26)
  • Ricercar for lute (No.17)
  • Ricercar for lute (No.13)
  • Ricercar for lute (No.20)
  • Fantasia for lute (No.27)
  • Ricercar for lute (No.6)
  • Fantasia for lute (No.9)
  • Pioverin, for lute
  • Il Marchese di Saluzzo, for lute
  • Fantasia for lute (No.28)
  • Ricercar for lute (No.4)
  • Ricercar for lute (No.2)
  • Ricercar for lute (No.5)
  • Pomo, for lute
  • Pavana for lute
  • Piva for lute
  • Tocha tocha la canella, for lute
  • Fantasia for lute (No.7)
  • Carnalesca, for lute
  • Donne impresteme il vostro burato da buratare la mia farina, for lute[5]

References

  1. ^ Randel, Don Michael (1999). The Harvard concise dictionary of music and musicians.
  2. ^ Marco Dall'Aquila, retrieved 26 June 2014
  3. ^ Molmenti (1907). Venice: its individual growth from the earliest beginnings to the fall: Volume 4. p. 37.
  4. ^ Boorman, Stanley (2006). Ottaviano Petrucci: catalogue raisonné.
  5. ^ "Marco dall'Aquila (1480-)". Retrieved 19 February 2011.

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