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Video: Puer natus à 4, Contrapunctus Lyon (1528)

Puer natus à 4, Contrapunctus Lyon (1528) Palma Choralis

Fra Venezia e Roma: quando la didattica musicale fa Scuola

Conferenza & Concerto

2015-12-15 – h. 18.00-20.15
Rettoria e Chiesa di Sant’Ivo alla Sapienza (Corso del Rinascimento 40, Roma, Italy)

Pedagogia e Prassi della Musica Antica - Roma 2015

Description: «The music programme puts together different styles, compositional techniques and ways of performing  employed in Rome and Venice…» [...] Read more!

Performance: Gregorian chant and works by Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina, Adrian Willaert, Floriano Canale, Giovanni Francesco Anerio.

Maria Bayley · Cantus
Livio Ticli · Altus
Isaac Alonso de Molina · Tenor
Marcello Mazzetti · Bassus

Palma Choralis · Research Group & Early Music Ensemble
M. Mazzetti & L. Ticli · Music Directors

Youtube_ico Youtube Complete Playlist

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Video: F. Canale · Vespro della Beata Vergine

Canale Vespro della Beata Vergine Palma Choralis

Vespro della Beata Vergine by Floriano Canale, organist and composer from Brescia

2014-10-25 – h. 21.00
Chiesa S. Giovanni Evangelista (Contrada S. Giovanni 12, Brescia, Italy)

Vespro della Beata VergineDescription: « Vespro della Beata Vergine for the celebration ‘In Dedicatione Ecclesiae’ · Canale Festival · Rassegna culturale in onore di Floriano Canale: world premiere of vocal…» [...] Read more!

Performance: Vocal polyphony, instrumental music and solo motets by Floriano Canale and other composers from 16th-17th cent. Brescia.

Palma Choralis® · Research Group & Early Music Ensemble
Anna Bessi, Chiara Colm, Maria Chiara Di Gregorio, Isabella Di Pietro, Graziano Ghisolfi, Mattia San Lorenzo  • Cantores
Marcello Mazzetti • Voice, Renaissance lute and gamba
Livio Ticli • Voice and harpsichord...

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Video: Contrapunto alla mente 5-8 voices | Palma Choralis EDU

Contrappunto alla mente 5-8 voices - Palma Choralis EDU 2015

«Psallite Sapienter» · Early Music Course 2015

Dipartimento delle Arti Visive · Performative · Mediali (Bologna University)
February · March 2015
Palazzo Marescotti (via Barberia 4, Bologna, Italy)

For Psallite Sapienter · Early Music Course 2015

Psallite-Sapienter-2015-Palma-Choralis-600x222Description
«The intensive course for Master/PhD students in Musicology (24h) deals with several issues about improvisation and ornamentation within learning processes in 15th-17th cent. repertoire, as well as…» [...] Read more!

Performance
B. Bottazzi, Choro et organo, Venezia, 1614: Kyrie Cunctipotens (cantus firmus)
Improvised Counterpoint: formulas from
- S. Cerreto, Della Prattica musica vocale & strumentale, Napoli 1601
- A. Banchieri, Cartella Musicale, Venezia 1614
- G. B. Rossi, Organo de’ Cantori, Venezia, 1618

MA/PhD stude...

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Video: Earliest Piece of Polyphonic Music

Earliest Piece Polyphonic Music - Palma Choralis

The Earliest Piece of Polyphonic Music Discovered by Giovanni Varelli

2011-05-26
Cremona (Italy), Chiesa di S. Bassano

See The Earliest Piece of Polyphonic Music Discovered by Giovanni Varelli

Earliest Piece of Polyphonic Music - Palma ChoralisDescription: «In 2011 Giovanni Varelli, working on his paper «Early Source for Two-Voice Organa in British Library, Harley 3019» for several international conferences (Med-Ren, Cantus Planus…), asked Palma Choralis’ cooperation in performing and recording both antiphon and organum “Sancte Bonifati martyr”. Thus, we are pleased…» [...] Read more!

Palma Choralis vocal ensemble

Livio Ticli Vox principalis
Marcello Mazzetti Vox organalis

 

 

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Video: Valerio Bona · O Salutaris Hostia

Floriano Canale Sacrae Cantiones preview

Preview to the critical edition of 4-voice Sacrae Cantiones (1581) by Floriano Canale

2013-10-25 – h. 18.00
Brescia (Italy), Chiesa di S. Giovanni Evangelista

For F. Canale musico bresciano ‘In Ecclesia D. Ioannis Evangelistae’ – Florianus Canalis · Opera omnia Project

Anteprima Sacrae Cantiones (1581) di Floriano Canale (BS)Description: «The lecture and concert preview to the critical edition of Sacrae Cantiones (1581) by Floriano Canale – theologian, musician, organist and philosophus naturalis of the Canons Regular of SS. Salvatore – offer to the audience the possibility to…» [...] Read more!

Performance: Gregorian chant and Renaissance Polyphony. Music by F. Canale e V. Bona and other composers from late 16th cent. Brescia.

Palma Choralis vocal and instrumental ensemble

Maria Chiara Di Gregorio, Isabella Di Pietro, ...

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Video: Officium Stellae (CAS 2012)

Officium Stellae 2009

Teleradiocremona TV Reportage by Stefano Priori

Officium Stellae. Sacred Representation for the Epiphany of our Lord Jesus Christ”

2012-12-21 – h. 20.45
St. Hilary Church, Cremona (Italy)

For Conditor alme siderum 2012 · International Cultural festival between Arts · Music · Science · Faith, 3rd edition

Foto Officium StellaeDescription: «The spectacle Officium Stellae, premiered in Cremona (after Brescia 2009), is the result of researching both on medieval musical/liturgical sources and on respective Renaissance evidences. So, we conceived the idea to present to modern audience Officium Stellae, a liturgical drama documented…» [...] Read more!

Performance: Gregorian chant, Medieval and Renaissance Polyphony. Music from Calixtinus Codex and by G.M. Asola, G.P. Cima, S. Calvisius.

Designing,...

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Video: Stravaganze & Urtoni son tutte gratie – Lecture in Ferrara

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Plainchant between ‘alla mente’ counterpoint and written polyphony

2011-04-20 – Lecture given at the «G. Frescobaldi» Conservatory in Ferrara (Italy).
Speaker – Marcello Mazzetti.

The lecture oriented towards graduate students and professors and was conducted by Marcello Mazzetti.

Music – Palma Choralis Ensemble: G.M. Asola, ps. 81.1 “Exultate Deo” from “Cibavit eos” Introitus ad Missam SS. Corporis et Sanguinis Christi
[Augsburg, Staats-, Stadtbibliothek, ms. Tonk. Schl. 26 (Augsburg, 1578)]

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Video: Stravaganze & Urtoni son tutte gratie – Workshop in Ferrara

Locandina Stravaganze e urtoni 2011 (FE)

Plainchant between ‘alla mente’ counterpoint and written polyphony

2011-04-20 – Workshop held at the «G. Frescobaldi» Conservatory in Ferrara (Italy).

The workshop oriented towards under-graduate and graduate students and was conducted by Marcello Mazzetti and Livio Ticli.

Music:
Students’ first steps (rehersals)
1:55 Palma Choralis Ensemble – B. Bottazzi, Kyrie primus in Missis Apostolorum, & in festis duplicibus from «Choro et Organo» (1614).

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Video: Music and Harmoniae suggestions from the Three Crowns of Florence

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2009-05-25 – Last Lecture given at the «E. Beltrami» High School in Cremona (Italy).
Speakers – Marcello Mazzetti and Livio Ticli.

Seminar-concerts which focused close relation between Poetry and Music, in Italy, from 13th until 16th cent. The theoretical-practical meeting was conduced by Marcello Mazzetti and Livio Ticli and it oriented towards students, teachers and lovers.

Music – Palma Choralis Ensemble:
Marcello Mazzetti,  lute & voice
Rika Murata, gamba & lirone
Livio Ticli, recorder & voice

Excerpts from performed pieces:
0’00” Intro: A legend is sung (The Sword in the Stone)
0’58” Scorto da te mio nume, Orfeo – C. Monteverdi, Orfeo (1607) / Hell scene from Monteverdi’s Orfeo
1’38” Ecco l’atra palude, Speranza – C...

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Video: La Casa dei Suoni 2007

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“La casa dei suoni 2007… in principio era il numero”

«Harmonia mundi: la musica dei pianeti» / «Polifonica monodia ritmica» / «Misteri dei numeri: prassi e simbologie»

2009-05-25 – Concerts and Lectures given at the Reggio Emilia Conservatory (Italy)
Speaker – Marcello Mazzetti

The three Seminar-concerts have dealt with the close relation between written and oral traditions focusing on Gregorian chant, Middle-Byzantine Music and 12-13th cent. western polyphony. The theoretical-practical meetings were conduced by Marcello Mazzetti and Livio Ticli and they oriented towards students, teachers and lovers.

Music – Palma Choralis Ensemble:
Francesco Pezzi, Giovanni Landino
Livio Ticli & Marcello Mazzetti, solo voices and direction

2:10 Leccio Libri Sapientiae (ms...

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