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Seconda Prattica: the birth of opera

By Pinchgut Opera | seconda prattica, Blog, PINCHGUT AT HOME | 25 Sep 2020 |
Seconda Prattica: the birth of opera, showcases a selection of musical pieces from the first half of the 17th century. The term 'seconda prattica' was used in Italy at the time to distinguish the renaissance polyphonic style (prima prattica) from the baroque style which followed. Seconda prattica was considered to be a new way of writing vocal music and was the language of opera, then in its infancy.
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