Two Madrigals By Zanotti
Concert Band - Digital Sheet Music

Item Number: 20351922
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Two Madrigals By Zanotti
Concert Band - Digital Sheet Music

Item Number: 20351922
3.9 out of 5 Customer Rating
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Concert Band - Level 4 - Digital Download

SKU: A0.980050

Composed by Camillo Zanotti. Arranged by Kyle Skrivanek. Classical,Contest,Festival,Instructional,Renaissance. Score and parts. 56 pages. Kyle Skrivanek #2890991. Published by Kyle Skrivanek (A0.980050).

Two Madrigals by Zanotti is a setting of the madrigals Tirsi Morir Volea and Frenò Tirsi Il Desio which are two sections of an infamous and risque poem by Guarini. These works were written by Italian composer Camillo Zanotti while living in Prague. All original material of both madrigals are preserved with some repetition for length and musical effect. This piece is playabe by advanced middle school and hgh school bands.

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