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Muffat, Gottlieb
Componimenti Musicali (1739) per Clavicembalo


Curatore: Christopher Hogwood

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Autore: Gottlieb Muffat (1690-1770)
Curatore: Christopher Hogwood
Anno ed.: 2009
Collana: Esacordo
Pagine: pp. 168
Formato: 230x310 mm
Rilegatura: Brossura (copertina morbida)
ISMN: 979-0-2153-1639-3
Codice: ES 64
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Descrizione

With no affectation or false modesty, Gottlieb Muffat described the 1739 publication of his Componimenti musicali per il cembalo as ‘the most beautiful product to be met with in all Germany’. It was patently one of the most lavish and cosmopolitan productions of all 18th-century music printing; with paper of large format and high quality, an extravagant title-page, meticulous and calligraphic engraving, prefaces in several languages and a dedication to the Holy Roman Emperor, Muffat aimed to set it apart from other volumes of keyboard music of this period such as Couperin’s Pièces de Clavecin or Bach’s Klavierübung, and also from his earlier collection of versetts and toccatas aimed at the professional church musician (72 Versetl sammt 12 Toccaten, Vienna, 1726). The Componimenti represent a polished selection from his secular keyboard music and the publication was directed at the royal household. His title-page proudly announces that he was not only Organista di Corte e Camera (i.e. in public and private) to the Emperor, but also Maestro di Cembalo to the two arch-duchesses, Maria Theresa and her sister Maria Anna.

Recensioni

Harpsichord & Fortepiano (Spring 2012)
... Both Muffat volumes are presented here in outstanding editions with excellent introductory essays, thorough critical commentary and a generous selection of facsimile material. (J. O’Donnell)

Early Music Review 137 - August 2010
... The publication has everything that a user might expect: a clear text with no impossible page-turns, an excellent introduction, lacking only a paragraph on the composer’s life ... (Clifford Bartlett)

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