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Opera and lyrical music
Sheet music for Claudio Carneyro
— listening CD — Classical
By Trio Pangea. By Luiz Costa; Claudio Carneyro; Sergio Azevedo. Classical. Listening CD. Published by Naxos (NX.8573402).
solo parts, choir and orchestra — study score — Classical
Favola in Musica. Composed by Claudio Monteverdi (1567-1643). Edited by Claudio Gallico. Arranged by Claudio Gallico. This edition: Paperback/Soft Cover. Sheet music. Eulenburg Taschenpartituren (Pocket Scores). Classical. Study score. 164 pages. Eulenburg Edition #ETP 8025. Published by Eulenburg Edition (HL.49013116).
— — Classical
By Claudio Constantini. By Astor Piazolla, Claudio Constantini, and George Gershwin (1898-1937). Classical. Naxos #IBS-252018. Published by Naxos (NX.IBS-252018).
Jazz Combo,Piano and drums — Score — 21st Century,Swing,Latin Jazz,World
Composed by Claudio Amadeo Viggiano and Claudio Amadeo Viggiano. 21st Century, Swing, Latin Jazz, World. Score. 5 pages. Published by claudio viggiano (S0.318731).
ORFEO Overture (Toccata + Adagio) Claudio MONTEVERDI - "2016 Chamber Music Contest Entry" — Claudio Monteverdi
Trumpet,Brass Quintet — Score,Set of Parts — Baroque Period,Renaissance,Opera,European,Old-time
Composed by Claudio Monteverdi (1567-1643). Arranged by Marc GARETTO. Baroque Period, Renaissance, Opera, European, Old-time. Score, Set of Parts. 12 pages. Published by Marc GARETTO - Harmonie Editions (S0.115533).
String Quartet — — Baroque Period,Broadway,Comedy
Composed by Claudio Rosati. Baroque Period, Broadway, Comedy. 9 pages. Published by Claudio Rosati (S0.90773).
TOCCATA (fanfare) from the 1607 opera "L'Orfeo" by Claudio Monteverdi (arr. for full band - score, parts, license to copy) — Claudio Monteverdi (1567 - 1643)
Brass Choir or Ensemble,Concert Band,flexible instrumentation — Score,Set of Parts — Renaissance,Opera,Repertoire,Classroom,General Instructional
Composed by Claudio Monteverdi (1567 - 1643). Arranged by Brian Harris. Renaissance, Opera, Repertoire, Classroom, General Instructional. Score, Set of Parts. 25 pages. Published by Bandroom.com Publications (S0.191041).
Piano Accompaniment,Violin,String Duet — Score — Classical Period,Contemporary Classical,Repertoire,Classroom,General Instructional
Composed by Claudio Porstmann. Classical Period, Contemporary Classical, Repertoire, Classroom, General Instructional. Score. 5 pages. Published by Claudio Porstmann (S0.354589).
Madrigal Ahi dolente partita (Claudio Monteverdi) Brass Quintet arr. Adrian Wagner — Claudio Monteverdi
Brass Quintet — Score,Set of Parts — Renaissance
Composed by Claudio Monteverdi (1567-1643). Arranged by Adrian Wagner. Renaissance. Score, Set of Parts. 19 pages. Published by Published by Adrian Wagner (S0.277975).
Soprano Recorder,Alto Recorder,Baritone Recorder,Recorder Trio. Soprano,Alto (or Tenor) and Bass. — Score — 21st Century,Contemporary Classical
Composed by Claudio Amadeo Viggiano. 21st Century, Contemporary Classical. Score. 6 pages. Published by claudio viggiano (S0.113521).
Son of the great painter António Carneiro and Rosa Queiroz Costa, Cláudio Carneyro was born on 27 January 1895, in Rua do Bonfim, Porto.
He started studying the violin at 15 with Carlos Dubini. The composition studies began in Porto with the French professor Lucien Lambert. The teacher encouraged him to continue his work in Paris where, for two years, he joined the class of Charles Widor.
In 1921 he became a solfeggio teacher at the Porto’s Conservatório de Música. Two years later, the Paris opening of his "Prelúdio, Corale Fuga", by the Colonne Orchestra, led by the maestro Gabriel Pierné, would persuade him to dedicate himself totally to composition.
In 1926 he won a scholarship of the Portuguese government and left for the United States of America where he remained for two years. In Hartford, Connecticut, he married the American violinist Katherine Hickel, who gave him a daughter, Ana Maria, still living there.
Meanwhile, the Orpheon Portuense granted him the Moreira de Sá Prize (1933) and the Portuguese government awards him the medal of "Oficial de Santiago de Espada" (1934).
In 1935 he works in Paris with Paul Dukas as a scholarship owner of the Instituto de Alta Cultura. Three years later he starts teaching composition at the Porto’s Conservatório de Música. After 1956 he is also the school’s principal.
In 1941 he is appointed musical counsellor of the radio station Emissor Regional do Norte.
Cláudio Carneyro died on 18 October 1963 after a cerebral haemorrhage.
(from Portuguese Music Information Centre)