Find composition details, parts / movement information and albums that contain performances of Amor dormiglione, cantata (“Amor, on AllMusic. Amor dormiglione. By Barbara Strozzi, Constantinople, Suzie LeBlanc. • 1 song, Play on Spotify. 1. Amor dormiglione – Barbara Strozzi, Suzie. i. Non es-ser, non es-ser A-mor dap po. – co. Stra – li, stra. – li fo – co,. -. -. -. -. -. -. -. -. 15 glia-no i gua. – dor. – mi tu. Dor. -. 10 mon le gio ie mie,. Ve. – sù.

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Amor dormiglione, cantata (“Amor, non dormir più!”), Op. 2

The voice sings over a full octave rage throughout the dormigpione and is accompanied by a simple yet also melodic bass line most likely improvised by the accompanist on a type of lute using the provided figured bass, called basso continuo. The bass line is also very supportive of the melody as it ascends and descends with it. Notify me of new posts via email.

FRE List of language codes. This piece embodies monody, one of the new innovative styles of the early Baroque period that features an expressive solo melody with a simple chordal accompaniment. By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use.

Available translations, adaptations or excerpts, and transliterations if applicable: You are commenting using your Twitter account. Gentle Reminder This xmor began in as a personal project, and I have been working on it full-time without a salary since O pigro o tardo tu non hai senso, Amor melenso Amor codardo!


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Piece Review: Amor dormiglione

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The expressive style of the vocalist and the embellishments that Strozzi wrote make the piece very interesting and enjoyable to listen to as the playful character remains constant throughout the piece. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Not all the material on this website dormigloone in the public domain.

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Menu Skip to content Home About. Su, su, svegliati omai, che mentre dormi tu dormon le gioie mie, vegliano i guai. This site uses doemiglione.

Notify me of new comments via email. Overall, the piece follows an A-B-A structure and is sectional. The piece was written for a solo soprano and a melodic bass instrument.


Text added to the website: I think Strozzi does well in pushing the boundaries of her time as the piece has a relatively Renaissance sound to it.

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Your gift is greatly appreciated. Throughout the piece, the vocal melody is mostly disjunct with its many leaps while the bass line is mostly conjunct as it plays series of chromatic sequences.

This website began in as a personal project, and I have been working on it full-time without a salary since Ahi quale io resto che nel mio ardore tu dorma Amore: The turn in the B section shows how increasingly irritated the singer becomes with Cupid with its contrasting meter and melodic features that create great word painting which is apparent in the A sections as well.

What I like about this piece is how even though it is in Italian, you can understand that the song is meant to be sort of playful. Non esser, non esser, Amor, dappoco! You are commenting using your WordPress. The title translates to Sleepyhead, Cupid, and the lyrics urge Cupid to stop sleeping so he may shoot his arrows of love and stop being lazy.