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Toccatas ; Kyrie ; Religious works ; Masses ; Canzonas ; Capriccios ; Ricercars ; For organ ; Scores featuring the organ ; For 1 player ; For mixed chorus arr ; Scores featuring mixed chorus arr ; For unaccompanied chorus arr.
Arranger Andrea Turchetto. Frescobaldi, Girolamo. Frescobaldi Catalog.
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Fiori Musicali, Op.12 (Frescobaldi, Girolamo)
Fiori musicali " Musical Flowers " is a collection of liturgical organ music by Girolamo Frescobaldi , first published in It contains three organ masses and two secular capriccios. Generally acknowledged as one of Frescobaldi's best works, Fiori musicali influenced composers during at least two centuries. Johann Sebastian Bach was among its admirers, and parts of it were included in the celebrated Gradus ad parnassum , a highly influential treatise by Johann Joseph Fux which was in use even in the 19th century. Fiori musicali was first published in Venice in , when Frescobaldi was working as organist of St. It may have been conceived as music for St Mark's Basilica or a similarly important church. The full title of Frescobaldi's work is Fiori musicali di diverse compositioni, toccate, kyrie, canzoni, capricci, e recercari, in partitura.
18. Last Works: The Fiori Musicali of 1635 and the Aggiunta to Toccate I of 1637