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Thtml 67. ” Mersenne, Harmonie universelle: 2:357. 68. See, for example, Martini, Melopée. 69. “. . il est constant que les Voix Feminines auroient bien de l’avantage par dessus les Masculines, si celles-cy n’avoient plus de vigeur & de fermeté pour executer les traits du Chant, & plus de Talent pour exprimer les passions que les autres. Par la mesme raison les Voix de Fausset font bien plus paroistre ce qu’elles chantent que les Voix naturelles; mais d’ailleurs elles ont de l’aigreur, & manquent souvent de justesse, à moins que d’estre si bien cultivées, qu’elles semblent estre passées en nature.
Bacilly, Remarques: 307ff. 56. To hear examples of this Italian approach, see Sanford, “Comparison”: audio examples 4, 6, 8, 15. 57. : audio examples 5, 9, 13, 16. 58. : audio examples 5, 13, 14. 59. ” Mersenne, Harmonie universelle: 2:354. See also Sanford, Vocal Style: 5ff. 60. ” Bacilly, Remarques: 47. See also Sanford, Vocal Style: 6. 61. “La justesse consiste à prendre le tone proposé, sans qu’il soit permis d’aller plus haut, ou plus bas que la chorde, ou la note au’il faut toucher, & entonner.
See also Kurtzman, Monteverdi Vespers: 388–389. 18. If, for example, one chooses to use throat articulation for passaggi with note values transcribed as modern sixteenth notes, a normative tempo range would be from ???? = 104/106 at the slower end to ???? =122/124 at the faster. For audio examples using throat articulation, see my recordings of Purcell’s “Hark, the echoing air” on the CD From Rosy Bowers, Albany Records Troy #127 (1994), which at around ???? = 108 is one of the fastest recorded tempos for this piece to date, and the final Presto (V) movement of Antonio Bononcini’s “Laudate Pueri” on the CD Antonio and Giovanni Bononcini: Sonatas and Cantatas, Centaur CRC 2630 (2003), which is at a tempo of ???? = 122.