Reception of Luca Marenzio’s madrigals

Darya A. Kovalevskaya


The article is devoted to the reception of Italian composer Luca Marenzio’s madrigals in its different manifestations: arrangements, quotations in the other composers’ works, vocal and instrumental pieces in a parody technique.

Key words: L. Marenzio, K. Monteverdi, M. Praetorius, K. Harant, J.P. Sweelinck, B. Palaviccino, madrigal, parody, mass, magnificat.



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