|Published (Last):||6 June 2012|
|PDF File Size:||3.38 Mb|
|ePub File Size:||8.14 Mb|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
Antonio Vivaldi wrote at least three settings of the hymn Gloria in excelsis Deowhose words date probably from the 4th Century and which is an integral part of the Ordinary of the Mass.
RV and RV A unigenute, RVis mentioned only in the Kreuzherren catalogue and presumed lost.
The RV Gloria is a familiar and popular piece among sacred works by Vivaldi. It was probably written at about the same time as the RVpossibly in As with other choral pieces the composer, Vivaldi, wrote many introduzione introductory motets that were to be performed before the Gloria itself.
Four introduzioni exist for these Glorias: The first movement is interwoven with the last aria of RVas explained above.
The date of composition between this Gloria and RV is still disputed, but both show compositional inspiration from each other. RV borrows extensively from a double orchestra-and-choir setting of the same text by Giovanni Maria Ruggieri which will henceforth in this article be referred by its RV cataloguing number of RV. Many movements show inspiration vivaaldi this composition, and two movements “Qui Tollis” and “Cum Sancto Spiritu” are plagiarised from the original Ruggieri setting although “Qui Tollis” completely omits the second coro chorusand “Cum Sancto Spiritu” is slightly modified.
This is the better known setting of the Gloria, simply known as the Vivaldi “Gloria” due to its outstanding popularity. This piece, along with its mother ujigenite RVwas composed at the same time during Vivaldi’s employment at the Pieta.
Two introduzioni exist as explained in the aforementioned article. Motivic material present in the domin parts of either piece are also shared, including octave jumps in the opening motives of the piece.
The second movement is significantly more chromatic in RVbut nonetheless is texturally similar to the setting present in RV Anh. Little information exists on this lost work other than its instrumentation five voices and oboes in trombae in the Kreuzherren catalogue.
There is no other source of information; not even its possible key can be conjectured. In the Ryom-Verzeichnis catalogue, it is considered lost. As stated above, this Gloria for two cori orchestras was written dkmine Giovanni Maria Ruggieri. This composition, probably for a Venetian church during a festival, is dated Romine 9, N. This Gloria provided much inspiration for Vivaldi’s two settings and for other Glorias by other composers at the time, who may have used it in their settings.
RV enjoys unigenjte popularity, performed at many sacred events, including Christmas.
RVhowever, has had little success and has only been published in few albums. Attempts to create more attention to RV and other sacred Vivaldi works most notably by The Unigeniye Consort are under way.
Domine Fili Unigenite (from Gloria): SATB Choral Octavo: Antonio Vivaldi
There are several different editions, and choirs need to exercise caution when combining different vocal and orchestral editions. RV has also been used in a number of films. An adaptation of the second movement was used with profound effect in the final climactic scenes of the Andrei Konchalovsky film Runaway Train.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article has multiple issues. Please help improve domime or discuss these issues on the talk page. Learn how and when to remove these template messages. This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources.
Gloria (Vivaldi) – Wikipedia
Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. September Learn how and when to remove this template message. This article may require cleanup to meet Wikipedia’s quality standards. The specific problem is: Unigenit Learn how and when to remove this template message. Domine Deus for soprano, oboe and string orchestra. Sacred music by Antonio Vivaldi. Twelve Trio Sonatas, Op.
Vivaldi crater Vivaldi Glacier. Compositions by Antonio Vivaldi. Retrieved from ” https: Compositions by Antonio Vivaldi Choral compositions.
Articles needing additional references from September All articles needing additional references Articles needing cleanup from November All pages needing cleanup Cleanup tagged articles with a reason field from November Wikipedia pages needing cleanup from November Articles with multiple maintenance issues Unigeinte with hAudio microformats Works with IMSLP links Articles with International Music Score Library Project links.
Problems playing this file?