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Gardano, Antonio [Antoine]

Birth and death dates: 
Southern France, 1509 — Venice, 28-X-1569
Birth date: 
16/1 (1509)
Death date: 
16/3 (1569)
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The books published in Venice by the French printer and composer Antonio [Antoine] Gardano appear below in the "List of related sources"; the books with compositions by him appear here under "Sources".

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Ed. / Coord.: 
Range of pages: 
Vol. 9, 532-533
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Type of publication: 
2001

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Signature: 
S-3887(5) [Quintus]
Date: 
16/3 (1568)
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Submission’s author: 
Liber quintus & ultimus, quo varie, tum sacre, tum alijs etiam locis honestissimis competentes ac congruis, plane nove, neque unquam antea, a quopiam in lucem edite harmonie comprehendentur, veluti selectissima quedam, in D. Ferdinandi ... ac quorundam et

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S-3889(1) [Altus]; S-3891(1) [Bassus]; S-3890(1) [Tenor]
Date: 
16/3 (1559)
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Submission’s author: 
Musica noua di Adriano Willaert ...

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Signature: 
VAcp-Mus/CM-LP-29 r. 78633
Date: 
16/3 (1552)
No. of works: 
27
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Description elaborated by Vicente Fraile Castellano and Rosa Isusi-Fagoaga during the 2011 project to catalogue music holdings at the Real Colegio Seminario de Corpus Christi in Valencia, financed by CulturArts. Música; the catalogue is available through Biblioteca Valenciana http://www.bv.gva.es. Rosa Isusi Fagoaga, who very generously sent us the descriptions of all these polyphonic choirbooks at E-VAcp, is preparing a publication about them:

"Phinot, Dominico
   Liber Primus Mutetarum quinque vocum [Música notada] / Dominico Phinot auctore. -- Venetiis : Apud Antonium Gardane, 1552
   5 partes ; 15 x 21 cm
   Contiene: 1. Ad dominum cum tribularer ; 2. Apparens Christus ; 3. Ascendo ad patrem meum ; 4. Auribus percibe ; 5. Beata es virgo Maria ; 6. Domine nonne bonum semen ; 7. Emitte domine sapientiam ; 8. Ego sum qui sum ; 9. Fundata est domus domini ; 10. Gabriel angelus ; 11. Hoc est preceptum meum ; 12. Istorum est enim ; 13. Non turbetur cor vestrum ; 14. Osculetur me ; 15. O quam glorioso est regnum ; 16. O martir egregie ; 17. Prolongati sunt dies mei ; 18. Pacem meam do vobis ; 19. Pater manifestavi nomen tuum ; 20. Repleti sunt omnes ; 21. Regina celi ; 22. Si bona suscepimus ; 23. Tua est potentia ; 24. Tanto tempore ; 25. Te gloriosus ; 26. Usque modo non petistis ; 27. Usquequo domine
   Texto en latín
   Partes de Canto ; Alto ; Tenor ; Bajo ; Quinta voz".

See also Printed Sacred Music Database: http://www.printed-sacred-music.org/manuscripts/00000000002597
 

Submission’s author: 
Liber primus mutetarum quinque vocum

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Signature: 
s.s.
Date: 
17/1 (1608)
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For a description, see Printed Sacred Music Database.

Submission’s author: 
Missae sacrae quae cum quatuor, quinque, sex et octo vocibus concinuntur...

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Signature: 
Fondo Reservado 65
Date: 
16/2 (1546), 16/2 (1549), 16/2 (1549), 16/2 (1547), 16/2 (1549), 16/2 (1546)
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Bound "Bassus", printed partbook with a previous signature "B-3" in red pencil on the cover; it contains the bassus parts of the following six publications:

1) Elletione de canzone alla napoletana a tre voci di Rinaldo Burno, con altre scielte da diversi musici, delli quali la tavola dimostra per ordi nel veri nomi dessi auttori, novamente poste in luce libro primo MDXLVI. [Naples], 1546. Title page, dedication, and pages III-XIV. The table of contents mentioned in the title page is missing. A handwritten inscription, in brown ink on the lower right margin of the title page, reads: "Illº s.º don Joan / de cordova muy [?]". The title page does not indicate the name of the printer or the place of publication, but the dedication in the following page to "AL MAGNIFICO SIGNOR IULIANO DE MARIO / DIONISIO DE PALII" is dated in Naples, on 15 January 1546. The volume contains works ascribed to Rinaldo Burno, Io. Tho de Mayo, Don caritheo, Signor Paulo and Rosso. RISM 1546/18

2) Without title page, but identified as the printed book by Giuliano Tiburtino: Musica diversa a tre voci, novamente composta...cioè motetti, messe, madrigali a notte negre, opera dilettevole, et non più stampata, di novo posta in luce, et corretta (Venice: Girolamo Scotto, 1549) RISM T775.
See Printed Sacred Music Database: http://www.printed-sacred-music.org/manuscripts/00000000003059

3) Ihan Gero, Primo a tre quaranta Madrigali a tre voci de l'eccelente musico Ihan Gero novamente con somma diligentia ristampati & corretti (Venice: Antonio Gardano, 1549). Title page + [35] pages, the last one (without page number) contains the "Tavola delli madrigali numero 40". Not listed in RISM.

4) Costanzo Festa, Il vero libro di madrigali a tre voci di Constantio Festa novamente raccolti et con una nova gionta di madrigali di Jacomo Fogliano, & de altri autori nuovamente stampati, & corretti (Venice, 1547). The leaves have been bound erroneously and thus the pagination appears in the following order: I-IIII, title page-blank, V-XXII, XXXII-XXXIIII + "Tavola delli Madrigali  numero 34", XXV-XXVI, XXIII-XXIIII, XXIX-XXX, XXVII-XXVIII. RISM 1547/15

5) M. Giuliano Tiburtino, Fantesie et recerchari a tre voci, accomodate da cantare et sonare per ogni instrumento, composte da M. Giuliano Tiburtino da Tievoli, musico eccellentiss. con giunta di alcuni altri Recerchari, et Madrigali a tre voce. Composti da lo eccellentiss. Adriano Vuigliart, et Cipriano Rore suo discepolo con somma diligentia stampati, et da gli proprii exemplari estratti, Novamente posti in luce (Venice: Girolamo Scotto, 1549). RISM 1549/34

6) Thomaso di Maio, Canzon vilanesche di Giovan Thomaso di Maio musico napoletano libro primo a tre voci (Venice: Antonio Gardano, 1546). RISM M189

Submission’s author: 
Elletione de canzone alla napoletana a tre voci di Rinaldo Burno, con altre scielte da diversi musici [et al.]

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Signature: 
Departamento de Música y Audiovisuales. Sala Barbieri. M/1163(1)
Date: 
16/3 (1559)
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Catálogo BNE: "M/1163(1). Faltan todas las partes excepto la de cantus. Encuadernado con otras obras. Sello: 'B. de A.'. Signatura ms.: 'G-4ª-19-fila-2' [legado Barbieri]. Sello de la Biblioteca de Uclés. Las demás partes se encuentran en la Biblioteca del Conservatorio de Madrid".

"Enc[uadernación]. en pergamino; tapas con recuadros de doble hilo dorados con adornos de hierros florisados en los ángulos enmarcando rosetón ovalados dorados con motivos diferentes en cada tapa, leyenda dorada en tapa superior 'Cantus'; lomo con cintas de cuero, adorno de hilos y pequeños adornos floral leyenda dorada con iniciales 'C.M.N.S.C.l.'; cantos dorados".

For the digital reproduction in Biblioteca Digital Hispánica, see the following link: http://bdh-rd.bne.es/viewer.vm?id=0000158259&page=1

See also Printed Sacred Music Database in the following link: http://www.printed-sacred-music.org/manuscripts/00000000003367

Submission’s author: 
Musica nova...[4-7 v.]

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Signature: 
103/891
Date: 
16/2 (1541)
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Voice parts held: altus.

For a general description of this Gombert's edition see RISM: http://www.printed-sacred-music.org/manuscripts/00000000001538 

Submission’s author: 
Musica quatuor vocum...lyris maioribus, ac tibijs imparibus accomodata...liber primus

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Last modified: Emilio Ros-Fábregas - 22 Jan 2018

How to cite

Emilio Ros-Fábregas, , Andrea Puentes-Blanco, "Gardano, Antonio [Antoine] ", Books of Hispanic Polyphony, ed. E. Ros-Fábregas (accession date: 17 Feb 2019), https://hispanicpolyphony.eu/person/19701