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Liste des compositions
Opera e musica lirica
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Sheet music for Giovanni Rovetta
— CD (1 disc) — Classical
By Benjamin Chenier and Galilei Consort. By Giovanni Rovetta (1595-1668). Country of Origin: Austria. Classical. CD (1 disc). Published by Alpha (NX.ALPHA965).
— — Classical
By Jurgen Banholzer and Matthias Lucht. By Alessandro Grandi, Amadio Freddi, Bartolomeo Barbarino, Giovanni Paolo Caprioli, Michelangelo Rossi, Giovanni Gabrieli (1553-1612), Claudio Monteverdi (1567-1643), Girolamo Frescobaldi (1583-1643), Giovanni Rovetta (1595-1668), and Francesco Usper (1570-1641). Classical. Naxos #FB1909712. Published by Naxos (NX.FB1909712).
— 2 listening CDs —
By Moffo, Gardino, Fioravanti, Campora, Cassinelli, Frascati, Rovetta, Rai Symphony Orchestra And Chorus Milan, and Mannino. By Gaetano Donizetti (1797-1848). 2 listening CDs. Published by Naxos (NX.WLCD0317).
— — Classical
By Javier Nunez and Sara Agueda. By Andrea Antico, Bellerofonte Castaldi, Giovanni Ma, Michelangelo Rossi, Giovanni Gabrieli (1553-1612), Girolamo Frescobaldi (1583-1643), Bernardo Pasquini (1637-1710), Andrea Falconieri (1585-1656), Giovanni Battista Ferrini (1600-1674), Ascanio Mayone (1565-1627), Giovanni Picchi (1600-1625), Lucas Ruiz de Ribayaz (1600-), and Giovanni Maria Trabaci (1575-1647). Classical. Dux Records #DUX1567. Published by Dux Records (NX.DUX1567).
Giovanni Bononcini - Anthem (for the Funeral of John Duke of Marlborough) — Giovanni Bononcini, Giovanni Battista Bononcini
Harpsichord,Violin,Viola,Cello,Double Bass,Soprano Voice,Alto Voice,Tenor Voice,Bass Voice,SATB,b.c. — Individual Part,Score — Baroque Period,Sacred,Funeral
Composed by Giovanni Bononcini, Giovanni Battista Bononcini. Arranged by Guido Menestrina. Baroque Period, Sacred, Funeral. Individual Part, Score. 44 pages. Published by Guido Menestrina (S0.77607).
— CD — Classical
By Carolina Lippo, Fabio Perillo, Giovanni Di Stefano, Irene Molinari, Orchestra del Giovanni Paisiello Festival, and Pasquale Arcamone. By Giovanni Paisiello (1740-1816). Classical. CD. Bongiovanni #GB2486/87-2. Published by Bongiovanni (NX.GB2486-87-2).
— CD — Classical
Composed by Cristofaro Caresana, Emanuele Barbella, Francesco Fiamengo, Giovanni Battista Caputi, Giovanni Battista da Gagliano, Giovanni Girolamo Kapsberger, Giovanni Zamboni, Matteo Coferati, Roberto De Simone, Domenico Cimarosa (1749-1801), and Traditional. Classical. CD. Glossa Music #GCDP33003. Published by Glossa Music (NX.GCDP33003).
17 Brass Quartets from "Canzoni per sonare" — Giovanni Gabrieli, Claudio Merulo, Gioseffo Guami, Florentio Maschera, Costanzo Antegnati, Luzzasco Luzzaschi, Pietro Lappi, Girolami Frescobaldi, Giovanni Battista Grillo,
Trumpet,Trombone,Horn in F,Brass Quartet — Score,Set of Parts — Renaissance
Composed by Giovanni Gabrieli, Claudio Merulo, Gioseffo Guami, Florentio Maschera, Costanzo Antegnati, Luzzasco Luzzaschi, Pietro Lappi, Girolami Frescobaldi, Giovanni Battista Grillo,. Arranged by Dennis S. Mowers. Renaissance. Score, Set of Parts. 224 pages. Published by Dennis Mowers (S0.348453).
Trumpet,Trombone,Tuba,Horn in F,Brass Quintet — Score,Set of Parts — Renaissance
Composed by Giovanni Gabrieli (1553-1612). Arranged by Dennis S. Mowers. Renaissance. Score, Set of Parts. 15 pages. Published by Dennis Mowers (S0.336599).
Brass Choir or Ensemble — Score,Set of Parts — Baroque Period
Composed by Giovanni Gabrieli (1553-1612) and Giovanni Gabrieli (1553-1612). Arranged by Randy Steinberg and Randy Steinberg. Baroque Period. Score, Set of Parts. 82 pages. Published by Randy A. Steinberg (S0.190881).
The Italian composer Giovanni Rovetta was also a singer. He spent his musical life in the St. Mark in Venice, where is father was an instrumentalist. He started as a boy treble, and was appointed bass singer in 1623. From 1615 till 1617 he played in the orchestra. He was also ordained priest around 1623.
On 22 he became assistant Maestro di Capella, next to Monteverdi. After the latter died, he became full Maestro di Capella (21 February 1644), which he remained untill his death.