Julije Skjavetić

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Alias: Giulio Schiavetto, Schiavetti, Skjavetic

Life

Born: c. 1530 - 1535

Died: after 1565

Biography

Julije Skjavetić from Šibenik published his madrigals (Li madrigali a quattro, et a cinque voci 1562), gregesche, while his Motetti a cinque et a sei voci, (1564) are characterised by a lavish polyphonic structure under the influence of the Dutch school. Between 1557 and 1573 he lived in Šibenik, Croatia.

List of choral works

Sacred

  • Da pacem, Domine

Secular

  • Ahi se da voi lontano
  • Amor quando fioria
  • Amor mi spron’ in
  • Canzon
  • Cosi fan’ questi giovani
  • Deh perche vogli’ ancho
  • Era ‘l giorno
  • Et oltr’ al mio destin’
  • Fior ch’ all’ intatta
  • Fu fors’ un tempo
  • Giathi tanda fandiga (Čemu taj trud u zloći)
  • Guardatevi da questi
  • Io non voglio lodar
  • La mort’ e fin
  • L giuramenti
  • Liete piante
  • Ma il temp’ e breve
  • Non siate pero
  • O dolce amore
  • O dolci spoglie
  • Pace non trove (Ja mira nemam)
  • Per pieta
  • Quando la tromba
  • Quella che fu
  • Se ben l’ empia

Other works not listed above
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      Publications

      • Collection of madrigals for 4-5 voices (Venice 1563)
      • Collection of motets for 5-6 voices (Venice 1564)
      • Hrvatski skladatelji XVI stoljeća: Bosanac, Motovunjanin, Patricij, Skjavetić, ed. Lovro Županović (Spomenici hrvatske glazbene prošlosti Vol 1), Udruženje kompozitora Hrvatske, Zagreb 1970.
      • Iz renesanse u barok: Skjavetić, Cecchini, Grgičević, Šibenčanin, Ivančić, ed. Lovro Županović (Spomenici hrvatske glazbene prošlosti Vol 2), Udruženje kompozitora Hrvatske, Zagreb 1971.
      • Spomenici, ed. Lovro Županović, vol 11(1996), vol 12(2004)
      • Vokalne skladbe I., duhovne, moteti u pet i šest glasova (1564.), ed. Lovro Županović 1996, Muzički informativni centar

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