MusicAtlas: Firenze/Florence

Some highlights from the Florence music history:
- the trecento-music of Landini and his contemporaries as collected in the MS Squarcialupi.
- the development of theatrical music and monody, culminating in the first operas under the auspices of the Camerata group around 1600.
- the Teatro della Pergola, 1657, reopened 1718 with Scanderbeg by Vivaldi.

From 1765 under the rule of Habsburg archdukes; more interest in Viennese symphonic and chamber music than elsewhere in Italy. From 1865 until '71 the capital of united Italy.
Giovanni Battista Lulli (=Lully) *1632 - Luigi Cherubini *1760 - Pietro Nardini †1793.

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Peri

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Veracini

Image for  Via Palazzuolo,  30/72r Firenze
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Veracini

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Mozart

Image for Goldoni Hotel Borgo Ognissanti, 8 Firenze
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- Peri

Image for Palazzo Corsi Via Tornabuoni, 16-20 Firenze
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library

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Landini - Gagliano

Image for San Lorenzo Piazza San Lorenzo Firenze
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Rossini

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instruments

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Isaac, Caccini

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Caccini

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Pergola

Image for Teatro della Pergola (1718) Via della Pergola, 18-32 Firenze
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Graves div.

Image for Santa Croce Piazza Santa Croce Firenze
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'Camerata'

Image for Palazzo Bardi Via de' Benci, 5 Firenze
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Rinuccini

Image for  Via de' Rustici, 2 Firenze
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former Hotel Suisse

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Leoncavallo

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Cavalieri

Image for (Villa Spelman) Via di San Leonardo, 13 Firenze
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Palazzo Pitti

Image for Palazzo Pitti Piazza dei Pitti Firenze
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Veracini

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Pizzetti

Image for  Via de' Serragli, 117 Firenze
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Teatro Goldoni‎

Image for Teatro Goldoni‎  Via Santa Maria, 15 Firenze
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Dallapiccola

Image for  Via Romana, 34 Firenze
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Berio

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theatre

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Tchaikovsky

Image for  Via di San Leonardo, 64 Firenze
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Mozart, Nardini

Image for Villa Poggio Imperiale  Firenze

Explanation of symbols

workshop A workshop or atelier for instruments or other music items. other music Other occasional live music performances
library A library or archive. live music A concert hall or other place for live music.
conservatory A conservatory or music school. historic performances A place where composers or musicians performed or were employed.
house closed A house or building that is closed to the public. house open to public A house or building that can be visited by the public.
monument A single monument. monuments Two or more monuments.
museum A museum. opera house or theatre Opera house or other place for music theatre performances.
organ A memorial or interesting organ. memorial tablet A memorial tablet or stone.
grave A single grave. graves Two or more graves.