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Book and 2 CDs of piano accompaniments and diction lessons by native speaker. Songs appear in the same keys first published in Parisotti's Arie Antiche editions from Most songs are at a medium voice range, but some are appropriate for high and low voices. Includes texts and translations.
Arie Antiche by A Parisotti
Alessandro Parisotti July 24, — April 4, was an Italian composer and music editor. Though also a composer, Alessandro Parisotti is better known today as the original editor of a collection of songs known as Arie antiche Arie antiche: ad una voce per canto e pianoforte , Milan, — The original collection comprises three volumes of songs or arias published as a primer to study classical singing, but the three volumes have since been reduced to single-volumed extracts known as the 24 Italian Songs and Arias. Parisotti collected these antique arias arie antiche is the Italian in what was the 19th century vogue for discovering forgotten old or antique music from the classical and baroque eras. The most famous example of this practice of reclaiming forgotten music is Mendelssohn 's revival of Bach 's St. Matthew Passion in Berlin The taste for rediscovered music was de rigueur among musicians and audiences of the nineteenth century, with composers lesser than Mendelssohn and Brahms participating as well.