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Studi Pergolesiani- Pergolesi Studies

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Edited By Claudio Bacciagaluppi, Hans-Günter Ottenberg and Luca Zoppelli

La musica napoletana conosce uno straordinario successo europeo fin dai primi decenni del Settecento. I contributi raccolti in questo volume presentano le fonti e la fortuna dei Napoletani, e di Pergolesi in particolare, a Dresda, in Boemia e in Slesia. Le fonti pergolesiane vengono esaminate fin nei dettagli di scrittura, tanto in vista della nuova edizione critica quanto nella prospettiva della prassi esecutiva storicamente informata. La corrispondenza diplomatica tra Dresda e Napoli si rivela un canale ricchissimo di scambi di informazioni e di partiture. Lontano dalla corte sassone, per la diffusione della musica napoletana giocano un ruolo essenziale alcune famiglie nobiliari boeme. Le case di ordini religiosi (cistercensi, gesuiti) si scambiano tra Boemia e Slesia moltissime composizioni sacre, variamente adattate secondo i bisogni locali. Le opere napoletane sono popolarizzate dalle compagnie girovaghe di cantanti, che solitamente provengono dall’Italia settentrionale. Nuovi elementi biografici e analisi di opere arricchiscono la nostra conoscenza di conterranei o contemporanei di Pergolesi come Giovanni Alberto Ristori, Nicola Porpora, Domenico de Micco e Leonardo Leo.
Neapolitan music enjoyed an extraordinary European success starting with the first decades of the 18 th century. The contributions to the present volume illustrate the sources and the reception of the Neapolitans, and foremost of Pergolesi, in Dresden, in Bohemia and in Silesia. Pergolesi sources are described down to details of writing, with an eye both to the new critical edition and to historically informed performing practice. Diplomatical correspondence between Dresden and Naples was widely used as a source of musical information and a means of exchanging scores. Far from the Saxon court, the Neapolitan music is encouraged by some prominent Bohemian aristocrats. Different religious houses (cistercians, jesuits) exchange sacred music, variously adapted to local needs. Neapolitan opera is popularised through wandering troupes, coming mostly from Northern Italy. New biographical data and work analyses enrich our knowledge of contemporaries or fellow countrymen of Pergolesi’s such as Giovanni Alberto Ristori, Nicola Porpora, Domenico de Micco and Leonardo Leo.

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a cura di / edited by Claudio Bacciagaluppi Hans-Günter Ottenberg Luca Zoppelli 8 Studi Pergolesiani . Pergolesi Studies 8 ISBN 978-3-0343-1206-6 www.peterlang.com Peter Lang Studi Pergolesiani Pergolesi Studies Studi Pergolesiani Pergolesi Studies Studi Pergolesiani Pergolesi Studies Fondazione Pergolesi Spontini a cura di / edited by Claudio Bacciagaluppi Hans-Günter Ottenberg Luca Zoppelli 8 Studi Pergolesiani Pergolesi Studies © Peter Lang AG, International Academic Publishers, Bern 2012 Hochfeldstrasse 32, CH-3012 Bern, Switzerland info@peterlang.com, www.peterlang.com All rights reserved. All parts of this publication are protected by copyright. Any utilisation outside the strict limits of the copyright law, without the permission of the publisher, is forbidden and liable to prosecution. This applies in particular to reproductions, translations, microfilming, and storage and processing in electronic retrieval systems. Printed in Hungary Bibliographic information published by die Deutsche Nationalbibliothek Die Deutsche Nationalbibliothek lists this publication in the Deutsche Nationalbibliografie; detailed bibliographic data is available on the Internet at ‹http://dnb.d-nb.de›. Questo volume, contenente gli Atti del Convegno internazionale di studi G. B. Pergolesi, the Transmission and Reception of Neapolitan Music in Saxony and Bohemia tenutosi a Dresda il 12-14 novembre 2010, è stato realizzato grazie a un contributo del Fondo Nazionale Svizzero per la Ricerca Scientifica. ISBN 978-3-0343-1206-6 pb. ISBN 978-3-0351-0523-0 eBook ISSN 2235-2678 pb. ISSN 2235-266X eBook

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