The when and how of arioso in Stradella's cantatas / Carolyn Gianturco -- A lost volume of cantatas and serenatas from the "Original Stradella collection" / Colin Timms -- Narration, mimesis and the question of genre: dramatic approaches in Giovanni Legrenzi's solo cantatas, Opp. 12 and 14 / Hendrik Schulze -- A tale of two cities: cantata publication in Bologna and Venice, c.1650-1700 / Reinmar Emans -- "Al tavolino medesimo del compositor della musica": notes on text and context in Alessandro Scarlatti's cantate da camera / Norbert Dubowy -- Bononcini's "agreeable and easie style, and those fine inventions in his basses (to which he was led by an instrument upon which he excells) / Lowell Lindgren -- The "humble" and "sublime" genres, the pastoral and heroic styles: rhetorical metamorphoses in Benedetto Marcello's cantatas / Marco Bizzarini -- Giulia Veneziano investigations into the cantata in Naples during the first half of the eighteenth century: the cantatas by Leonardo Vinci contained in a "Neapolitan' manuscript" / Giulia Veneziano -- The "orchestral" French cantata (1706-1730): performance, edition and classification of a neglected repertory / Graham Sadler -- Patterns and strategies of modulation in cantata recitatives / Michael Talbot -- "Imitando" arietta, ò altro allegro, cantato di fresco": keyboard realization in Italian continuo arias / Giulia Nuti - The revival of the Italian chamber cantata on disc: models and trends / Roger-Claude Travers
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