Orazio Michi

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Orazio Michi "dell'Arpa" (also Mihi;[1] Alife, Campania, 1594 – Rome, 26 October 1641) was an Italian composer, and, as his nickname "of the harp" suggests, harpist.[2][3]

Works, editions and recordings[edit]

  • 3 instrumental pieces on The Harp of Luduvico I diletti di mundo. Quel signor. Su duro tronco. Andrew Lawrence-King CDH55264 Helios
  • Piangete, afflitti lumi Jaroussky, Rial, Pluhar & L´Arpeggiata.
  • Ninna nanna al bambino Gesù Jaroussky, Rial, Pluhar & L´Arpeggiata.

References[edit]

  1. ^ John Walter Hill. "Michi, Orazio". Grove Music Online. Oxford Music Online. Oxford University Press.
  2. ^ Historische Harfen: Beiträge zur Theorie und Praxis historischer ... Heidrun Rosenzweig, Schola Cantorum Basiliensis, International Harp Center - 1991
  3. ^ A. Cametti, Orazio Michi dell'Arpa virtuoso e compositore di musica della prima meti del seicento, Rivista Musicale Italiana, XXI, 1914, 255.