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Ricardo Farão on guitar. Homemade recordings.  Music from "Codice Lauten-Buch del Cinquecento: Transcrizioni in notazione moderna di Oscar Chilesotti".  Picture by Francesco Primaticcio, c. 1545. Oil on canvas Toledo Museum of Art, Toledo, Ohio.

Ricardo Farão on guitar. Homemade recordings. Music from "Codice Lauten-Buch del Cinquecento: Transcrizioni in notazione moderna di Oscar Chilesotti". Picture by Francesco Primaticcio, c. 1545. Oil on canvas Toledo Museum of Art, Toledo, Ohio.

Raphael Sanzio ~ The Ecstasy of St Cecilia ~ 1514 ~ The St. Cecilia Altarpiece is an oil painting by Italian High Renaissance painter Raphael. Completed in his later years, around 1516-1517, the painting depicts Saint Cecilia, the patron saint of musicians and Church music, listening to a choir of angels in the company of St. Paul, St. John the Evangelist, St. Augustine and Mary Magdalene. Now in the Pinacoteca Nazionale, Bologna

La rivolta degli storici dell’arte: "Quella mostra di Sgarbi è un insulto al pubblico"

Raphael Sanzio ~ The Ecstasy of St Cecilia ~ 1514 ~ The St. Cecilia Altarpiece is an oil painting by Italian High Renaissance painter Raphael. Completed in his later years, around 1516-1517, the painting depicts Saint Cecilia, the patron saint of musicians and Church music, listening to a choir of angels in the company of St. Paul, St. John the Evangelist, St. Augustine and Mary Magdalene. Now in the Pinacoteca Nazionale, Bologna

Guido Reni, Guido Reni's Saint Cecilia 1606 Italy

Guido Reni, Guido Reni's Saint Cecilia 1606 Italy

Musical Bologna Walking Tour 									Bologna today is UNESCO world heritage site. Music has long held a privileged position in Bologna's history, from the Renaissance to Jazz and made the city a world music capital, therefore it comes as no surprise that the world's oldest organs are conserved here. 		 		 											A few of the sites that may be visited in this 2.30 hrs walking tour include the city's antique organs, the small private theatre of Villa Mazzacorati (authorizat...

Musical Bologna Walking Tour Bologna today is UNESCO world heritage site. Music has long held a privileged position in Bologna's history, from the Renaissance to Jazz and made the city a world music capital, therefore it comes as no surprise that the world's oldest organs are conserved here. A few of the sites that may be visited in this 2.30 hrs walking tour include the city's antique organs, the small private theatre of Villa Mazzacorati (authorizat...

Imola - Rocca Sforzesca Cremona Emilia Romagna

Imola - Rocca Sforzesca Cremona Emilia Romagna

Antifonario. Single leaf from an Antiphonal, in Latin. Northern Italy (perhaps Bologna), fourteenth century. Reed MSF18.    From the Reed Gallery’s (AU) new exhibit, Signs and Symbols, Decoding Medieval and Renaissance Iconography.

Antifonario. Single leaf from an Antiphonal, in Latin. Northern Italy (perhaps Bologna), fourteenth century. Reed MSF18. From the Reed Gallery’s (AU) new exhibit, Signs and Symbols, Decoding Medieval and Renaissance Iconography.

Cappella Musicale San Giacomo Maggiore - Pinxit: Musical Fresco of Renaissance in Bologna, Pink

Cappella Musicale San Giacomo Maggiore - Pinxit: Musical Fresco of Renaissance in Bologna

Cappella Musicale San Giacomo Maggiore - Pinxit: Musical Fresco of Renaissance in Bologna, Pink

Studio of Lavinia Fontana (Bologna 1552-1614 Rome)  Self-portrait at the keyboard with a maidservant

Studio of Lavinia Fontana (Bologna 1552-1614 Rome) Self-portrait at the keyboard with a maidservant

Adriano Banchieri ( 1568 –  1634) was an Italian composer, music theorist, organist and poet of the late Renaissance and early Baroque eras. He founded the Accademia dei Floridi in Bologna. He was born and died in Bologna. In 1587 he became a monk of the Benedictine order, taking his vows in 1590, and changing his name to Adriano (from Tommaso). One of his teachers at the monastery was Gioseffo Guami, who had a strong influence on his style.He was born and died in Bologna. In 1587 he became…

Adriano Banchieri ( 1568 – 1634) was an Italian composer, music theorist, organist and poet of the late Renaissance and early Baroque eras. He founded the Accademia dei Floridi in Bologna. He was born and died in Bologna. In 1587 he became a monk of the Benedictine order, taking his vows in 1590, and changing his name to Adriano (from Tommaso). One of his teachers at the monastery was Gioseffo Guami, who had a strong influence on his style.He was born and died in Bologna. In 1587 he became…

Nicolò dell'Abate: Concerto, 1550, Pinacoteca di Bologna, pos Laura Peverara

Nicolò dell'Abate: Concerto, 1550, Pinacoteca di Bologna, pos Laura Peverara

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