WARD, Jill

PhD University of Canterbury 2010 Pages: TBA

Andrea Zani (1696-1757) - life and works - through a study of the documents together with a collected edition and thematic catalogue

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Link to Thesis: http://hdl.handle.net/10092/5442

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Abstract/Summary/Outline:

Among the numerous eighteenth-century composers of merit whose music remains virtually unknown and unavailable in modern editions, and whose names are absent from the many items of Baroque literature to date, is Andrea Zani (b. Casalmaggiore, 1696-d. Casalmaggiore, 1757). Yet his skill saw him ranked as a virtuoso, and his compositions were published in Vienna, Paris and Amsterdam, as well as his native Italy. Despite the fact that most of his output is extant and accessible either in manuscripts or early prints in the archives of Europe, the United States of America and the United Kingdom, no thorough study of these works has been made. ...

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