CALDARA ALMA DEL CORE PDF

He was the son of Giuseppe Caldara, a local violinist of no great fame. In his childhood, Caldara was a choirboy at St. He may well have been a pupil of the maestro di cappella of St. By he was known as a cellist and his growing number of compositions included operas, sonatas da chiesa and da camera, and solo cantatas.

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Moreover, having lived the last two decades of his life in Vienna, he was a significant factor in shaping the direction of both Viennese and German music. To say Caldara was prolific is an understatement: he wrote nearly 3, works, including more than 90 operas, numerous oratorios, liturgical works, cantatas, madrigals, and many instrumental pieces.

Unfortunately, many of his scores are lost, but there still exists a substantial body of work by which to judge him positively. As a performer he was immensely talented: he was accomplished as a viol player, cellist, and keyboardist, and in his childhood, as a choirboy at St. Antonio Caldara was born in Venice, Italy, probably in In he was appointed maestro di cappella to the Duke of Mantua, a fanatic lover of opera.

Caldara apparently wrote many operas for the Duke, but none of the manuscripts survive. Caldara relocated to Rome in , where he was taken into the service of Cardinal Ottoboni. Caldara was required to write many operas, oratorios, and other works as part of his duties. Among his more successful efforts from the Vienna years were the operas Dafne and Sancio Panza His sacred music also drew acclaim with such works as Missa Laetare and Missa in spei Resurrectionis So busy was Caldara from the demands of his Viennese post that there is evidence exhaustion was a factor in his death on December 28,

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Moreover, having lived the last two decades of his life in Vienna, he was a significant factor in shaping the direction of both Viennese and German music. To say Caldara was prolific is an understatement: he wrote nearly 3, works, including more than 90 operas, numerous oratorios, liturgical works, cantatas, madrigals, and many instrumental pieces. Unfortunately, many of his scores are lost, but there still exists a substantial body of work by which to judge him positively. As a performer he was immensely talented: he was accomplished as a viol player, cellist, and keyboardist, and in his childhood, as a choirboy at St. Antonio Caldara was born in Venice, Italy, probably in In he was appointed maestro di cappella to the Duke of Mantua, a fanatic lover of opera.

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