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De muziek van Cypriaan De Rore

Da le belle contrade d'oriente


A. Type: Madrigaal
B. Aantal stemmen: 5vv
Ct. Tekst: (met vertaling in het Nederlands Engels) : Lezen


E. Publicatie(s)/Manuscript(en):
La Via, Stefano : Il lamento di Venere abbandonata: Tiziano e Cipriano de Rore (The lament of Venus abandoned, Tiziano and Cipriano de Rore), 1994


E. Te vinden in de muziekbundel(s):

volgens: Bernstein, Jane A. (1998) :
- 1569 : {Bernstein} - 330 : 'Rore, Primo libro delle Fiamme madrigali a 4 & 5'

volgens: CMME Project(The) - Dumitrescu (e.a.), Theodor :
- {Census} - ParisBNC 851 ("Bourdeney Manuscript") : '{Census} - ParisBNC 851 ("Bourdeney Manuscript")'

volgens: Huys, Bernard (1965) :
- 1563 : {Huys} - 386 : 'RORE (Cyprien de). Il quinto libro di madrigali a cinque voci insieme alcuni de diversi autori. Novamente per Antonio Gardano con nova gionta ristampato.'
- 1569 : {Huys} - 389 : 'RORE (Cyprien de). Il primo libro delle fiamme vaghi et dilettevoli madrigali dell' eccell(entissimo) musico, Cipriano Rore, a quattro et cinque voci. Nnovamente ristampati, & con ogni diligenza corretti.'
- 1574 : {Huys} - 387 : 'RORE (Cyprien de). Il quinto libro di madrigali a cinque voci insieme alcuni de diversi autori. Novamente con ogni diligentia ristampato.'

volgens: Lewis, Mary S. (2005) :
- 1566 : {Lewis_3} - 376 : 'CANTO | DI CIPRIANO DE RORE IL QVINTO LIBRO DI MADRIGALI | A CINQVE VOCI INSIEME ALCVNI DE DIVERSI | Autori Nouamente per Antonio Gardano stampato & dato in Luce. | A CINQVE VOCI | CON GRATIA ET PRIVILEGGIO | In Venetia Appresso | di Antonio Gardano. | 1566.'
- 1568 : {Lewis_3} - 409 : 'CANTO (ALTO, TENORE, BASSO, QVINTO) | DI CIPRIANO DE RORE | IL QVINTO LIBRO DI MADRIGALI | A CINQVE VOCI INSIEME ALCVNI DE DIVERSI | Autori Nouamente per Antonio Gardano con noua gionta Ristampato. | A CINQVE [pr mk] VOCI | In Venetia Appresso di | Antonio Gardano. | 1568'

volgens: Meier, Bernardus (1971) :
- 1566 : {RISM} - 1566_17 : 'Di Cipriano Rore Il quinto libro de madregali a cinque voci insime alcuni e diversi autori. Novamente . . . Stampato & dato in luce.'

volgens: Vogel, Emil (1892 (2de uitg., 1977)) :
- 1566 : {Vogel} - 29 : '(1566) ALTO | DI CIPRIANO DE RORE IL QVINTO LIBRO DI MADRIGALI | A CINQVE VOCI INSIEME ALCVNI DE DIVERSI | Autori Nouamente per Antonio Gardano stampato & dato in Luce. | A CINQVE (Drz) VOCI | In Venetia Appresso | di Antonio Gardano. | 1566.'
- 1568 : {Vogel} - 30 : '(1568) CANTO | DI CIPRIANO DE RORE | IL QVINTO LIBRO DI MADRIGALI | A CINQVE VOCI INSIEME ALCVNI DE DIVERSI | Autori Nouamente per Antonio Gardano Con noua gionta Ristampato. | A CINQVE (Drz) VOCI | In Venetia Appresso di | Antonio Gardano. | 1568'
- 1569 : {Vogel} - 33 : '(1569) CANTO | IL PRIMO LIBRO DELLE FIAMME | VAGHI ET DILETTEVOLI MADRIGALI | DELL' ECCELL. MVSICO, CIPRIANO RORE, | A QVATTRO ET CINQVE VOCI, | Nuouamente ristampati, & con ogni dligenza corretti. | (Drz) IN VINEGIA, | APPRESSO GIROLAMO SCOTTO | MDLXIX.'
- 1574 : {Vogel} - 31 : '(1574) ALTO| DI CIPRIANO DE RORE | IL QVINTO LIBRO Dl MADRIGALI | A CINQVE VOCI INSIEME ALCVNI DE DIVERSI | Autori Nouamente Con ogni diligentia Ristampato. | A CINQVE (Drz) VOCI | In Venetia Appresso li Figliuoli | di Antonio Gardano. | 1574'
- 1576 : {Vogel} - 34 : '(1576) TENORE | IL PRIMO LIBRO DELLE FIAMME | VAGHI ET DILETTEVOLI | MADRIGALI | DELL' ECCELLENTE MVSICO CIPRIANO RORE, | A QVATTRO ET A CINQVE VOCI. | Nouamente ristampati. | (Drz) | IN VINEGGIA. | APPRESSO L'HEREDE Dl GIROLAMO SCOTTO | MDLXXVI.'
- 1585 : {Vogel} - 35 : '(1585) CANTO | IL PRIMO LIBRO DELLE FIAMME | VAGHI ET DILETTEVOLI | MADRIGALI | DELL' ECCELLENTE MVSICO CIPRIANO RORE, | A QVATTRO ET A CINQVE VOCI. | Nouamente ristampati. | (Drz) | IN VINEGGIA. | APPRESSO L'HEREDE Dl GIROLAMO SCOTTO | MDLXXXV.'


F. Moderne partituur:

See 'Meier, Bernardus : Cipriani Rore Opera Omnia, Vol V : Madrigali 3-8 vocum' : p.96

  • Inhoud van dit volume van Meier
  • American Institute of Musicology : Uitgave De Rore (B. Meier)


    I. Incipit: M_5_96.jpg Bron : 'Meier, Bernardus : Cipriani Rore Opera Omnia', American Institute of Musicology


    J. Discografie:

    1 - ' Camerata de Caracas: Musica del Renacimiento Europeo , Camerata de Caracas, Isabel Palacios (Camerata de Caracas)
    2 - ' Cipriano de Rore : Il Quinto Libro de Madrigali 1568 (The Consort of Musicke) , Anthony Rooley, The Consort of Musicke (Musica Oscura)
    3 - ' Decca 12 BB 203 - 206 , The Consort of Musicke, Anthony Rooley (Decca)
    4 - ' Giovanni Gastoldi - Cipriano de Rore , Ursula Connors, Shirley Minty, Edgar Fleet, Nigel Rogers, John Frost, Denis Stevens (Accademia Monteverdiana)
    5 - ' Giovanni Gastoldi and Cipriano de Rore: Secular Vocal Music , Les Ménéstrels Savoyards, Michel Dubois (Musical Heritage Society)
    6 - ' Italian Music in the Age of Exploration , Fleetwood Singers (Lyrichord)
    7 - ' Italienische Madrigale des 16. Jahrh. - Arcadelt, S. Festa, de Rore , Camerata Vocale, Bremen (Camerata)
    8 - ' Monteverdi Madrigale , Ensemble 15.21 (Extraplatte)
    9 - ' Musicke of Sundrie Kindes - An Introduction to Secular Renaissance Music, 1480-1620, 4 LPs (LP 3, Per Cantare e Sonare) , The Consort of Musicke, Anthony Rooley (L'Oiseau Lyre)
    10 - ' Orlando di Lasso: Magnificat , Die Singphoniker (CPO)
    11 - ' The Rose, the Lily & the Whortleberry (the)- Jardins Médiévaux , Orlando Consort (Harmonia Mundi)


    L. Referenties:

    Referenties met citaat/commentaar:

    1 : Owens, Jessie Ann, Cipriano De Rore (The New Grove) (, 2001)
    in : Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, The New -, (NG), Second Edition (published in twenty-nine volumes in the year 2001), Edited by Stanley Sadie, Executive Editor John Tyrell, (2001) : 'Monteverdi, whose brother referred to de Rore as ‘il primo rinovatore’ of the ‘seconda pratica’ (usually translated in English as ‘founder of the Second Practice’), found in his music the use of harmonic devices to illustrate the text both locally in terms of counterpoint and at the higher level of tonal organization (for example, Da le belle contrade). '

    2 : La Via, Stefano, Cipriano De Rore as reader and as read - A Literary-Musical Study of Madrigals from Rore's Later Collections (1557-1566). (Princeton University-UMI Research Press, Ann Arbor (MI), 1991 (october))
    - p.436 : Here an english transation of the poem can be found

    3 : Owens, Jessie Ann, Mode in the Madrigals of Cipriano de Rore. (, 1990)
    in : Charteris, Richard : Altro Polo, Essays on Italian Music in the Cinquecento, p. 1-16 (1989)
    - p.8 : 'A similar effect is evident in 'Da le belle contrade', which employs the familiar topos of lovers parting at dawn. There are two speakers: a lover and his mistress. The lover functions as narrator; his words frame her speech and describe the action. Cipriano portrays the two characters musically through a contrast in their tonal language. The lover speaks in a very conventional, diatonic example of the sixth mode (note the plagal ambitus of the cantus and tenor, and the cadences on F). The mistress, on the other hand, is in 'A'; and uses extremely chromatic language. I think it is entirely reasonable to argue that Rore is using properties of the modal system to express the dramatic character of the text.'

    4 : Einstein, Alfred, The Italian Madrigal (vertaald naar het Engels door Alexander H. Krappe, Roger H. Sessions en Oliver Strunk) (Princeton University Press, New Jersey, 1949)
    - p.394 : 'Rore does not limit himself to texts that are in harmony with his dark emo-tions. His four-voiced madrigal books, in particular, are filled with conventional texts of the sort then in demand. And in the fifth book of the five-voiced madrigals, presumably made up of works found at Parma after the master's death, one violent contrast follows another: beside a sonetto spirituals (Qualhor rivolgo il basso mio pensiero, v, 9) stands an erotic sonnet of a sensuality that recalls Titian Dalle belle contrade d'oriente. This was set to music by the same musician who in Petrarch's eleven stanzas had sung the praises of Our Lady.' (+ complete text of the poem)

    Referenties zonder citaat:

    5 : La Via, Stefano, Cipriano De Rore as reader and as read - A Literary-Musical Study of Madrigals from Rore's Later Collections (1557-1566). (Princeton University-UMI Research Press, Ann Arbor (MI), 1991 (october))
    - p.356-370

    6 : Daeleman, Wim, De madrigaalkunst van Cypriaan De Rore, een Vlaams componist werkzaam in Italië midden 16de eeuw, en door tijdgenoten 'Omnium Musicorum Princeps' genoemd. (, Ronse, 2007)
    in : Annalen van de Geschied- en Oudheidkundige Kring van Ronse en het Tenement van Inde, LVI (2007)

    7 : Borgerding, Todd, Gender, Sexuality, and Early Music (Routledge, 2002) , ISBN: 0815333943, ISBN-13: 978-0815333944
    - p.145-147

    8 : La Via, Stefano, Il lamento di Venere abbandonata: Tiziano e Cipriano de Rore (The lament of Venus abandoned, Tiziano and Cipriano de Rore) (Libreria Musicale Italiana, Lucca, 1994)

    9 : Stras, Laurie, Le nonne della ninfa: Feminine Voices and Modal Rhetoric in the Generations Before Monteverdi (, 2002)
    in : Borgerding, Todd : Gender, Sexuality, and Early Music, , 123-165 (2002)
    - p.145-147

    10 : McClary, Susan, Modal Subjectivities - Self-fashioning in the Italian Madrigal (University of California Press, Berkeley, Los Angeles, London, 2004) , ISBN: 0 520 23493 6
    - p.104-113, 120-121, 213, 217-218,238-289,

    11 : Roche, Jerome, The Madrigal (Oxford University Press, Oxford, 1990) , ISBN: 0-19-313131-5
    - p.34-35


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