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The Italian solo cantata tended, when on a large scale, to become indistinguishable from a scene in an.Rice, Paul F. "The solo cantata in 18th century Britain: a thematic catalog. Warren, MI: Harmonie Park Press, 2003.
The Italian solo cantata tended, when on a large scale, to become indistinguishable from a scene in an opera, in the same way the church cantata, solo or choral, is indistinguishable from a small oratorio or portion of an oratorio. This is equally evident whether we examine the unparalleled church cantatas of Bach, of which nearly 200 are extant (see list of cantatas by Johann Sebastian Bach), or the Chandos Anthems of Handel.
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The Solo Cantata in Eighteenth-Century Britain: A Thematic Catalog. The solo cantata originated in Italy, emerging in the 17th century and eventually making its way to England where new cantatas were composed. The solo secular cantata, once a popular form of music in England, was nearly lost to time. Initially chamber music, the cantatas were comprised of recitatives and arias accompanied by harpsichord and a melodic bass instrument (such as cello), with some works making use of a solo treble instrument such as flute or violin.
All about The solo cantata in eighteenth-century Britain : a.Catalog furnishes information about the solo secular cantata (and cantata-like works) in eighteenth-century Britain in a format of use to scholars, teacher, and performers.
All about The solo cantata in eighteenth-century Britain : a thematic catalog by Paul F Rice. This repertory has much to commend for both study and performance. Confined to the eighteenth century, it provides valuable insights into this period of British musical life. Includes a body of attractive and useful music.
19 Edinburgh Public Libraries, ref. qYML 28 MS: Sederunt (Minute) Books, four volumes, 1727–1794, volume 2, 100.