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Oboe Concerto in D minor, S.Z799 (Marcello, Alessandro)
Benedetto Giacomo Marcello Italian: Born in VeniceBenedetto Marcello was a member of a noble family and his compositions are frequently referred to as Patrizio Veneto. Although he was a music student of Antonio Lotti and Francesco Gasparinihis father wanted Benedetto to devote himself to law. Benedetto managed to combine a life in law and public aeagio with one in music. In he was appointed a member of the Council of Forty in Venice’s central governmentand in he went to Pola as Provveditore district governor.
Due to his health having been “impaired by the climate” of IstriaMarcello retired after eight years in the capacity of Camerlengo to Brescia where he died of tuberculosis in Benedetto Marcello was marceplo brother of Alessandro Marcelloalso a notable composer. However, as a nobleman his marriage to a commoner was unlawful and after Marcello’s death the marriage was declared null by the state.
Rosanna was unable to inherit his estate, and filed suit in against Benedetto’s brother Alessandro Marcello, seeking financial support.
Marcello composed a variety of music including considerable church music, oratorioshundreds of solo cantatasduetssonatasconcertos and sinfonias.
Marcello was a younger contemporary of Antonio Vivaldi in Venice and his instrumental music enjoys a Vivaldian flavor.
As a composer, Marcello was best known in his lifetime and is now still best remembered for his Estro poetico-armonico Venice—27a musical setting for voices, figured bass a continuo notationand occasional solo instruments, of the first fifty Psalms, as paraphrased in Italian by his friend G. They were much admired by Charles Avisonwho with John Garth brought out an edition with English words London, The library of the Brussels Conservatoire possesses some interesting volumes of chamber cantatas composed by Marcello for his mistress.
Although Benedetto Marcello wrote benfdetto opera marcsllo La Fede riconosciuta and produced it in Vicenza inhe had little sympathy with this form of composition, as evidenced in his writings see below.
Benedetto Marcello’s marcelol is “characterized by imagination and a fine technique and includes both counterpoint and progressive, galant features” Grove With the poet Antonio Schinella Conti he wrote a series of experimental long cantatas — a duet, Il Timoteothen five monologues, Cantone, Lucrezia, Andromaca, Arianna abandonnata, and finally Cassandra.
Marcello vented his opinions on the state of musical drama at the time in the satirical pamphlet Il benedettp alla modapublished anonymously in Venice in This little work, which was frequently reprinted, is not only extremely amusing, but is most valuable as a contribution to the history of opera.
He spared nobody and attacked composers, singers, directors alike, down to the last stage hand. The vivid picture he draws would in many adavio apply also to the modern operatic “tradition” which according to Gustav Mahler is identical with “Schlamperei” sloppiness.
Marcello presented his vitriolic suggestions in an ostensibly serious tone and revealed by implication more about the musical and social aspects of opera than other authors did by factual reports.
The bitterest attacks were leveled against the castrati who visibly embodied the most abusive side of opera.
Their singing was derisively called “capon’s laughter”. Outside of Italy they were sometimes beaten up in the streets, not because of their singing but because of economic jealousy and the social injustices for which they stood. The composer Joachim Raff wrote an opera entitled Benedetto Marcellobased loosely beneddtto the life of Marcello and Scalfi.
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