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  • n. Plural form of canzona.


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  • I'm told that the recording of Gabrieli's canzonas and sacrae symphoniae with the Chicago, Cleveland and Philly brass from the 1960s is entirely incorrect.

    Salvati dunque e scolpati

  • They were viewed as ideal models for instrumental canzonas during the second half of the 16th century; Ung gay bergier survives in 28 arrangements for lute or keyboard.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • This is music for a church that pretended to splendor and pomp; there were instrumental canzonas before and during the Mass, and somo portions of the service were sung with instrumental accompaniment.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • What the book lacks is an insert of a tape or compact disc of Gabrieli canzonas, Monteverdi madrigals, and Vivaldi concertos.

    Lagoon Tunes

  • Performed by the Canadian Brass, his intricate and layered sonatas and canzonas go down like eggnog: mellow and sweet. - News


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