Mystery (Rosary) Sonatas - Passacaglia In G Minor For Solo Violin, Senza Scordatura

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  1. Passagio rotto () ; Fantasia () ; Movimento incognito () / Nicola Matteis (performed without basso continuo) --Sonata in A minor, B:a3 () ; Sonata in B minor, no. 13, B:h1 () / Giuseppe Tartini --Sonata per violino solo senza basso / Johann Georg Pisendel () --From Mystery (Rosary) sonatas. Passacaglia in G minor for.
  2. Jan 13,  · The Mystery (or Rosary) Sonatas are considered his masterpiece. They consist of 15 violin sonatas, with the continuo role divided between lute, organ, and harpsichord, plus a concluding passacaglia. The sonatas represent the 15 mysteries of the Catholic Rosary, five each for the joyful, the sorrowful and the glorious. Each is special.5/5(5).
  3. Sonata Per Violino Solo Senza Basso Composed By – Johann Georg Pisendel 1. No Indication 2. Allegro 3. Giga 4. Variatione Mystery (Rosary) Sonatas - Passacaglia In G Minor For Solo Violin, Senza Scordatura Composed By – Heinrich Ignaz Franz Biber Performers: Violin – Rachel Podger ***** ABOUT.
  4. 15 SONATAS for violin & continuo AND PASSACAGLIA for solo violin, by Heinrich Ignaz Franz von Biber (). THE JOYFUL MYSTERIES - I. Sonata no. 1 in D minor, The Annunciation, senza scordatura (C).
  5. The music of Biber has enjoyed a renaissance, in part, because of The Rosary Sonatas. This remarkable set of 15 sonatas is also known as The Mystery Sonatas (for key events in the lives of the Virgin Mary and Christ) and The Copper-Engraving Sonatas (for the engravings at the head of the sonatas). Each sonata employs a different tuning of the.
  6. Mystery Sonatas, also called Rosary Sonatas or Copper-Plate Engraving Sonatas, group of 15 short sonatas and a passacaglia for violin and basso continuo written by Bohemian composer Heinrich Biber about
  7. Mar 20,  · Each sonata corresponds to one of the fifteen Mysteries and a Passacaglia for solo violin which closes the collection, possibly relating to the Feast of the Guardian Angel which, at the time, was a celebration that took place on different dates near those of the rosary processions in September and October Manze Heinrich Ignaz Franz von Biber: Eighth- note chords It is presumed that the Mystery Sonatas .
  8. [PDF + MP3 (digital sound)] + Video - Harp - Baroque * License: Public Domain - Heinrich Ignaz Franz von Biber's "Passacaglia" in G minor is part of a group of pieces composed either for the Archbishop of Salzburg, Maximilian Gandolph, Count Khüenburg (Biber's employer) or the Salzburg Confraternity of the Rosary. Finished probably in , the bulk of the pieces are violin sonatas on the

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