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Sheet music for Antonio Gardane
— — Early Music
Composed by Antonio Gardane. Early Music. Ut Orpheus #DUO 08. Published by Ut Orpheus (UT.DUO-08).
SATB Choir — Softcover — Classical
4 Voix Mixtes - Chansons Francaises. Composed by A. Gardane. Leduc. Classical. Softcover. 4 pages. Heugel & Cie #HE32870. Published by Heugel & Cie (HL.48188585).
SA or TB — choral score — Renaissance
Composed by Agostino Licino, Antonio Gardane, Bernardino Lupacchino, Gio. Maria Tasso, J. P. Sweelinck, Orfeo Vecchi, Pevernage, Pietro Vinci, Roland de Lassus, T. D. after Diego Ortiz, Thurston Dart, and Pierre Certon (1510-1572). Arranged by Thurston Dart. Madrigals. Renaissance. Choral score. 60 pages. Galaxy Music Corporation #1.5217. Published by Galaxy Music Corporation (EC.1.5217).
— listening CD — Classical
By Schornsheim, Heinz, Schrammek, Gotz, and Thalheim. By Alessandro Scarlatti (1660-1725), Paladini, and Gardane. Classical. Listening CD. Querstand #VKJK 1240. Published by Querstand (NX.VKJK-1240).
— listening CD — Classical
By Terence Charlston. By Pierre de la Barre; Pierre Blondeau; Jacques Cellier; Jacques Champion; Guillaume Costeley; Louis Couperin; Jean Henry d'Anglebert; Mercure d'Orleans; Antoine de Fevin; Antoine Gardane; Nicolas Gigault; Nicolas Gombert; Nicolas Lebegue; Pierre Megnier; Ch. Classical. Listening CD. Published by Naxos (NX.DDA25134).
Flute,Flute Choir,Flute Quintet — Score,Set of Parts — Baroque Period
Composed by Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741). Arranged by Antonio Di Giamberardino. Baroque Period. Score, Set of Parts. 78 pages. Published by Antonio Di Giamberardino (S0.28701).
— CD — Classical
By Antonio Janigro, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Gunhild Stappenbeck, Jan Natermann, Jean Fournier, Kolner Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchest, Orchestra Allessandro Scarlatti di Napoli della RAI, Orchestra Sinfonica di Roma della RAI, Paul Badura Skoda, and Zagreb Soloists. By Johann Ernst von Sachsen-Weimar, Arcangelo Corelli (1653-1713), Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741), Franz Joseph Haydn (1732-1809), Luigi Boccherini (1743-1805), Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791), Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827), Johannes Brahms (1833-1897), Antonin Dvorak (1841-1904), Richard Strauss (1864-1949), Paul Hindemith (1895-1963), and Milko Kelemen (1924-). Classical. CD. Profil #PH20002. Published by Profil (NX.PH20002).
Messa a 4 Voci in Fa Maggiore — Simona Cerboneschi, Piera Casula, Fabio Fresi, Antonio Pala, Antonio Sanna
— listening CD —
By Simona Cerboneschi, Piera Casula, Fabio Fresi, Antonio Pala, Antonio Sanna. By Giovanni Benedetto Platti (1697-1763). Listening CD. Published by Bongiovanni (NX.GB5612-2).
Voice, Piano Accompaniment — Softcover — Classical
Reduction for Voice and Piano based on the Critical Edition. Composed by Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741). Edited by Michael Talbot. Arranged by Antonio Frige. Vocal Solo. Classical. Softcover. 88 pages. Ricordi #CP141622. Published by Ricordi (HL.50601267).
Piano Solo,Piano Accompaniment,Organ,Violin,Soprano Voice,Tenor Voice,String Orchestra,Chamber Orchestra — Individual Part,Piano Reduction,Set of Parts,Sheet Music Single,Solo Part — Opera,Contemporary Classical,Christian,Wedding,Funeral
Composed by Antonio Cericola. Opera, Contemporary Classical, Christian, Wedding, Funeral. Individual Part, Piano Reduction, Set of Parts, Sheet Music Single, Solo Part. 24 pages. Published by Accademia delle Arti "Antonio Cericola" (S0.339601).
Among his own compositions, most printed by the publishers Moderne and Le Roy & Ballard, are nearly seventy chansons, two Masses and seven motets as well as instrumental dance music.
The printer and composer Antonio Gardane was born in southern France. He began printing music in Venice in 1538 using movable type and a single impression, as did Attaingnant. He and his rival Girolamo Scotto between them virtually monopolized Italian music printing for three decades. His publications include works of many types, particularly madrigals and a smaller number of Masses and motets, by composers from Italy, the Netherlands, France, Spain, Germany and the imperial Habsburg court. The firm used the Italian spelling Gardano from 1557. His sons Alessandro and Angelo were also music printers.
[This contribution is based on the HOASM-site linking below.]