Marco Antonio Cavazzoni
All of his extant music is contained in the print Recerchari, motetti, canzoni [...] libro primo, which was published in Venice in 1523. Included are the earliest known ricercars—they are not yet imitative, and are essentially written down improvisations, but there is a considerable amount of thematic development. The rest of the works in the collection are either arrangements of vocal pieces by Cavazzoni or other composers. Their style is firmly rooted in the Renaissance vocal chanson tradition.
- 2 Ricercari
- 2 Mottetti: Salve Virgo, o Stella maris
- 4 Canzoni: Perdone moi sie folie, Madame vous aves mon coeur, Plus ne regres, Lautre yor per un matin.
- Apel, Willi. 1972. The History of Keyboard Music to 1700. Translated by Hans Tischler. Indiana University Press. ISBN 0-253-21141-7. Originally published as Geschichte der Orgel- und Klaviermusik bis 1700 by Bärenreiter-Verlag, Kassel.
- Slim, Colin H. "Marco Antonio Cavazzoni". In Deane L. Root (ed.). Grove Music Online. Oxford Music Online. Oxford University Press. (subscription required)
- Dizionario Biografico degli Italiani - Volume 23 (1979) Cavazzoni, Marc'Antonio by Oscar Mischiati (Italian).
- AllMusic More detailed biography by Robert Cummings.
- Free scores by Marco Antonio Cavazzoni at the International Music Score Library Project (IMSLP)
- YouTube A Recercada by Marcantonio Cavazzoni played by Irene De Ruvo on the historic organ by Andrea Gavinelli (1690), in church Madonna del Popolo in Romagnano Sesia.
- YouTube A Recercada by Marcantonio Cavazzoni played by Luca Scandali on a Giovanni Cipri organ (1556), San Martino Maggiore, Bologna; with original score (Castell’Arquato manuscript).
- YouTube Plus ne regres by Ernst Stolz, clavichord.
- YouTube Madame vous avez mon cuor, by Catalina Vicens, Renaissance harpsichord.
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