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Ornamented intabulations and derived fantasias: parody, imitatio, and genre in Vincenzo Galilei’s lute arrangments of Alessandro Striggios “Nasce la pena mia”

Argondizza, Peter (2011) Ornamented intabulations and derived fantasias: parody, imitatio, and genre in Vincenzo Galilei’s lute arrangments of Alessandro Striggios “Nasce la pena mia”. Working paper. UNSPECIFIED. (Unpublished)

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Abstract

Jean-Michel Vaccaro in 1981 proposed a four-fold classification of sixteenth-century pieces for solo lute, ordered by the degree to which the composer is constrained by fidelity to a pre-existent model, usually a polyphonic vocal work such as a chanson, madrigal, motet, or mass movement.