«Ils s’exerçaient en même temps è écrire la musique, en copiant leurs leçons, ou celles des autres». Editori e tipografi, professionisti e dilettanti di musica, cantanti e compositori italiani a Parigi (1800-1850)

Translated title of the contribution: [Autom. eng. transl.] "At the same time, they practiced writing music, copying their own lessons, or those of others." Italian publishers and typographers, music professionals and amateurs, singers and composers (1800-1850)

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Abstract

At the beginning of the 19th century Paris welcomes a great number of Italian musicians (in most cases exiles for political reasons). The paper focuses on Raffaele Carli’s publishing firm: in hisentourage we find amateur and professional musicians, copyists, harmonizers, translators,c omposers, teachers of singing and composition. Among them Emanuele Imbimbo (editor of Fedele Fenaroli’s Partimenti first edition), Federico Massimino, Girolamo Crescentini, Gioachino Rossini, Ferdinando Paër, Luigi Cherubini, Ferdinando Carulli, Michele Carafa, Giuseppe Catrufo, Giuseppe Cajani, Valentino Fioravanti, Antonio Pacini, Felice Blangini and others. The paper traces some aspects of musical life in the French capital through documents and journal articles.
Translated title of the contribution[Autom. eng. transl.] "At the same time, they practiced writing music, copying their own lessons, or those of others." Italian publishers and typographers, music professionals and amateurs, singers and composers (1800-1850)
Original languageItalian
Pages (from-to)43-86
Number of pages44
JournalPHILOMUSICA ON-LINE
Volume18
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2019

Keywords

  • Emanuele Imbimbo
  • Parigi
  • Paris
  • Raffaele Carli
  • editoria musicale
  • music publishing
  • partimento

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