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Bartolomeo Barbarino Bartolomeo Barbarino (known as "Il Pesarino") (c. 1568c. 1617 or later) was an Italian composer and singer of the early Baroque era. He was a virtuoso falsettist, and one of the most enthusiastic composers of the new style of monody.
Carla Barbarino Carla Barbarino (Lodi, 16 May 1967) is an Italian former sprinter (400 m) and hurdler (400 m hs).
Bartolomeo Barbarino Nothing is known about his early life; his birthdate is inferred from the description by an English visitor in 1608 who described him as being "about forty." The first record concerning him is from 1593, when he was employed as an alto in Loreto at Santa Casa. Until 1602 he was in Urbino, where he served both Monsignor Giuliano della Rovere and the Duke of Urbino. From 1602 to 1605 he worked as organist at Pesaro Cathedral, and afterwards worked in Padua for the Bishop of Padua. In 1608 he went to Venice to take part in the Festival of San Rocco. Evidently his fame as a singer was widespread at this time, as he was one of the most distinguished visitors.
Bartolomeo Barbarino An English visitor to Venice, Thomas Coryat, left this description of his singing ("Coryats Crudities", London, 1611):
Bartolomeo Barbarino In the preface to one of his books of motets, Barbarino wrote that he would sing his works to the accompaniment of the chitarrone, "for my voice is hoarse and frail."
Bartolomeo Barbarino Almost all of Barbarino's music is in the monodic style, using a single virtuoso solo voice part accompanied by basso continuo. Unusually for the time, he often indicated the instruments which were best to use as accompaniment, including chitarrone, theorbo, and harpsichord. His last collection of works, a book of madrigals dated to 1617, is for three voices, but also accompanied by basso continuo.
Bartolomeo Barbarino Barbarino published two books of motets, both in Venice, as well as thirteen separate sacred pieces; additionally he published five books of madrigals and one book of "canzonette," for a total of over 150 pieces. He often published two separate versions of the solo voice part for each work: one heavily ornamented and extremely difficult to sing (most likely he sang this version himself); and a simplified version intended for a less accomplished singer.
Bartolomeo Barbarino "La Musica Per San Rocco"(Melodi Cantores & La Pifarescha conducted by Elena Sartori).ARTS MUSIC LC2513 (SACD)
Carla Barbarino She won the national championships four times. She has been the coach of Italian hurdler Manuela Gentili since 2004.
Manuela Gentili She is coached by former athlete Carla Barbarino since 2004.