La Campana di Morte. [Musical manuscript]. Italy, ca. 1800-1810
Sonetto a Voce Sola Con accompagnamento di Cimbalo o Forte Piano. Del Sig Bonifazio Asioli Direttore e Maestro della Camera e cappella di S. M. Il Rè d'Italia. Censore del Regio Conservatorio di Milano
Oblong quarto (ca. 215 x 285 mm). Sewn.  (title),  pp.
Scored for soprano and keyboard. Notated in dark brown ink on 10-stave rastrum-ruled paper.
Slightly worn; outermost leaves browned, creased, and lightly soiled; some showthrough; minor foxing.
RISM (an edition published in Zürich by Nägeli, AA2502III, 50).
"Asioli’s music is now forgotten, although the brilliance of his talent was widely acknowledged by his contemporaries. His idiom, pleasant and at times sentimental, is at its best in his vocal chamber music, which in style recalls Haydn and Mozart, without showing many traces of the stylistic crisis undergone by music at the beginning of the 19th century. His sinfonie have been compared to those by the young Beethoven, and his theatrical music was written in the style of Paisiello and Cimarosa. His didactic work survived longer, and it is to him that the Milan Conservatory owes the foundation of its library." Sergio Lattes and Roberta Montemorra Marvin in Grove Music Online.
Price: $125.00 other currencies