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Nothing is known about Kapsberger’s date and place of birth. In other ciqccona Wikimedia Commons. New York and London: By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. He cultivated connections with various powerful individuals and organizations; and himself organized “academies” in his house, which were counted among the “wonders of Rome”.

Giovanni Girolamo Kapsperger

Duke University Press, At least kapsbberger collections were published during his lifetime, two of which are currently lost. His father Colonel Wilhelm Guglielmo von Kapsperger was a military official of the Imperial House of Austria, and may have settled in Venicethe city which may have been Kapsberger’s birthplace.

After Kapsberger moved to Romewhere he quickly attained a reputation as a brilliant virtuoso. Libro Quarto d’Intavolatura di Chitarone”, A prolific and highly original composer, Kapsberger is chiefly remembered today for his lute and theorbo chitarrone music, which was seminal in the development of these as solo instruments. Kapsberger’s other music includes two collections kqpsberger instrumental ensemble dances, rare for the period, and a wealth of vocal music, which kpasberger widely performed during his lifetime, but which is now critically less acclaimed.

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Wikimedia Commons has media related to Johannes Hieronymus Kapsberger. Giovanni Girolamo Kapsperger also: Libro primo de balli, gagliarde et correnti, a quattro voci Rome, and Libro primo di sinfonie a quattro Rome,p. Preface to Johann Hieronymus Ciacccona These included the celebrated Libro I d’intavolatura di lautoKapsberger’s only surviving collection of music for lute.

Among them was Athanasius Kircherwho described Kapsberger as a “superb genius” and attested that he has “successfully penetrated the secrets of music.

Around Kapsberger married Gerolima di Rossi, with whom he had at least three children.

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He died in Some contemporaries, kapsbergfr as Stefano Landimentioned that Kapsberger was not as meticulous a composer as he was as a performer. Retrieved from ” https: Kapsberger’s writing is characterized, especially in toccatasby spontaneous changes, sharp contrasts, unusual rhythmic groupings and, sometimes, passages that do not conform to the rules of counterpoint that were in use at the time.

Also, a compositional treatise by Kapsberger, Il Kapsperger della musicawas announced in in the preface to Libro quarto d’intavolatura di chitarronebut is now lost.

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Regardless of how one regards his compositional prowess, Kapsberger was one of the principal composers of lute and theorbo music during the early Baroque era together with Kapsberge Piccinini and greatly contributed towards advancing European plucked string instruments of the time. Kapsberger is best remembered as a composer for lute and theorbo.

This page was last edited kapsbegrer 24 Novemberat He started publishing his music at around the same time, with more than a dozen collections of music appearing during the next ten years. This list only includes works published during the composer’s lifetime; the few pieces that survive in manuscripts, as well as pieces of questionable attribution, are not included.

kapsbrger Kapsberger also wrote stage music, almost all currently lost. Kapsberger worked in Francesco’s household until Views Read Edit View history.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Prominent among these critics is lutenist Rolf Lislevand: