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- We are proud to announce that the bibliography on the Italian cantata is almost finished and, albeit in a provisional form, is already available on the Clori website. We also invite authors of cantata-related publications - monographs, papers, book chapters, editions - not found in the…

 

- We are glad to announce to the community of scholars and enthusiasts of Baroque cantat that on November 13, 2021 the final examination of the PhD dissertation by Dr. Elisa Barbessi, Anamorfosi del mito: i personaggi femminili omerici nella cantata italiana fino al 1750, took place at the Sorbonne…

 

- We are glad to inform that between 29 and 9 October 31 2021 the annual meeting of the Società Italiana di Musicologia took place at the Accademia Nazionale di S. Cecilia in Rome, during which some reports relating to the chamber cantata were presented, namely: Elisa Barbessi, Il mito di Elena…

 

- 15 years after its birth Clori. Archivio della cantata italiana presents itself with new features and a renovated look. The experience gathered over many years and the rapid obsolescence of digital technology persuaded us that a significant restyling was necessary. An impulse to this initiative…

 

- The records relating to the manuscript 415 from the Pianetti Fund of the Planettiana municipal library in Jesi are online (higher level record no. 8314). The manuscript dates back to mid-1600s and contains cantatas, chamber arias, opera arias and songs for soprano or alto and bc and keyboard…

 

- The records relating to the manuscript 2221 of the Casanatense library in Rome are now online (higher level record no. 10554). The manuscript dates back to the first half of the 1700s and contains cantatas and opera arias for two or three voices by Gasparini, Astorga, Francesco Feroci, Alessandro…

 

- The records relating to the manuscript RES VM7-102-150 of the Bibliothèque Nationale de France titled “Cantates italiennes de différents auteurs” are online (higher level record no. 7989). The manuscript dates back to back to mid-1600s and contains cantatas by Carlo Rainaldi, Mario Savioni, Luigi…

 

- The Clori project hosted by "Momus il caffè dell'Opera"! (Radio Rai3)

 

- Roma, Fondazione Primoli, Via Zanardelli 1 Meeting promoted by the SIdM in collaboration with the “Centro Studi sulla Cantata Italiana” - University of Rome “Tor Vergata”, Fondazione Primoli, Italian Istituto Italiano per la Storia della Musica, Baroque Festival (Rome), University of Mainz.…