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Volume 8, number 1

Jeffrey Kurtzman and Linda Maria Koldau

Trombe, Trombe d'argento, Trombe squarciate, Tromboni, and Pifferi in Venetian Processions and Ceremonies of the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries

Appendix

All texts are diplomatic transcriptions of the sources from which they were drawn unless otherwise noted. The letters "U," "u," "V," and "v" have been normalized according to modern usage. Dashes abbreviating "n" or "m" have been spelled out without mention; "e" [with tail] has been spelled out as "æ."

Document 1: Marco Ginammi, La Liberatione di Venetia (Venice, 1631).

Document 2: Description of an official procession in Bologna, 1621.  From G. N. Pasquali Alidosi, Instruttione delle cose notabili della città di Bologna (Bologna, 1621).

Document 3: Letter of July 14, 1609 from Giulio Cesare Bianchi to Vincenzo I, Duke of Mantua.

Document 4: Decree regarding trombetti, tromboni, and pifferi of the Doge, May 15, 1463. Cancelleria Inferiore, Doge.

Document 5: Description of Easter Processions and Ceremonies during the reign of Doge Ranieri Zeno (1253–1268). From Martin da Canal Estoires de Venise.

Document 6: Description of the Doge's Andate. From Francesco Sansovino, Venetia, città nobilissima et singolare . . . (Venice, 1663).

Document 7: Order of processions from Ceremoniale del doge.

Document 8: Account of the origin of the six silver trumpets of the Doge.  From Nicolò Doglioni, . . . delle cose successe dalla prima fondation di Venetia sino all'anno di Christo M.D.XCVII. . .(Venice, 1598).

Document 9: The Seven Symbols of the Doge. From Francesco Sansovino, Venetia, città nobilissima et singolare . . . (Venice, 1663).

Document 10: Reference to the trombe d'argento. From Marino Sanuto, I Diarii.

Document 11: Giovanni Stringa's account of the coronation of Dogaressa Morosina Morosini Grimani. From Francesco Sansovino, Venetia città nobilissima et singolare (Venice, 1663).

Document 12: Trumpeters and drummers engaged for ceremonies in St. Marks, 1690–1694. Procuratori di San Marco de supra, Chiesa.

Document 13: Official reception by Doge of six representatives from Vicenza, and the naming of 15 new cavalieri by the Doge, October 9, 1521. From Marino Sanuto, I Diarii.

Document 14: Excerpts from extensive description of a procession celebrating the signing of a peace treaty, October 20, 1511.  From Marino Sanuto, I Diarii.

Document 15: Description of a celebration in Piazza San Marco, September 20, 1515.  From Marino Sanuto, I Diarii.

Document 16: Baptismal ceremony for a bastard son in the church of Santa Maria Formosa on April 20, 1517.  From Marino Sanuto, I Diarii.

Document 17: Excerpts from the description of a visit by the King of France, whose singers and instrumentalists performed in St. Mark's, May 2, 1519, and subsequently at the Holy House of Loreto.  From Marino Sanuto, I Diarii.

Document 18: Installation of the Duke of Urbino as Captain General, June 29, 1524.  From Marino Sanuto, I Diarii.

Document 19: Excerpts from Bartolomeo Bonifacio's Ritum ecclesiasticorum cerimoniale.

Document 20: Excerpts from Bartolomeo Bonifacio's Ritum ecclesiasticorum cerimoniale for the feast of Saint Nicholas, December 6.

Document 21: Dedication of Giovanni Rovetta, Messa, e Salmi Concertati a Cinque, Sei, Sette, Otto voci, e Due Violini  . . . Opera Quarta  (Venice, 1639).

Document 22: Processions of Scuola San Marco, 1515. Registro 17, Notario, 1498–1530.

Document 23: Processions of scuole grandi in documents from Venice, Archivio di Stato. 

Document 24: Instrumental participation in a mass for the Scuola Grande di Santa Maria della Misericordia, December 1530. Registro 166, Notatorio I, 1489–1544.

Document 25: Procession in celebration of peace treaty between kings of Spain and France. From Francesco Sansovino, Venetia, città nobilissima et singolare . . . (Venice, 1663).

Document 26: Protocol of 1420 for the patronal feast of the Scuola di San Giovanni Battista e Sant'Ambrogio dei Milanesi.  Venice, Archivio di Stato, Santa Maria dei Frari.

Document 27:   1324 rule of the Scuola di Santa Lucia di Padova.

Document 28: Mariegola of Scuola dei Milanese.  Venice, Archivio di Stato, Monastero di Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari.

Document 29: Early fifteenth-century mariegola of Scuola della Beata Vergine Assunta. Venice, Archivio di Stato, Provveditori di Comun.

Document 30: Complaint by nuns at the convent of Santo Spirito regarding Pentecost services.  Venice, Archivio di Stato, Monastero dello Spirito Santo.

Document 31: Contract specifiying the obligations and musical forces for celebrations at Pentecost for the Scuola and convent of Spirito Santo in 1691. Venice, Archivio di Stato.

Document 32: 1639 Admonition to scuole forbidding use of trumpets and drums in services, April 1, 1639. Venice, Archivio di Stato, Monastero di Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari. 

Document 33: Protocol of 1533 for processions on the patronal feast of the Scuola di Sant'Antonio da Padova.  Venice, Archivio di Stato, Provveditori di Comun.

Document 34: Original texts for Orders of Procession In Trionfo given in Table 1.

Document 35: Giovanni Grevembroch's account of the Doge's trombettieri. From Gli abiti de veneziani di quasi ogni età con diligenza raccolti e dipinti nel secolo XVIII.

Document 36: Giovanni Grevembroch's account of the Doge's silver trumpets. From Gli abiti de veneziani di quasi ogni età con diligenza raccolti e dipinti nel secolo XVIII.

Document 37: The firing of the Doge's pifferi and their replacement by other personnel, July 7, 1458.  From Archivio di Stato, Commemoriali.

Document 38: Giovanni Grevembroch's account of the Doge's pifferi. From Gli abiti de veneziani di quasi ogni età con diligenza raccolti e dipinti nel secolo XVIII.

Document 39: Summary of a letter describing a sumptuous banquet in Rome at the palace of the Venetian Cardinal Marco Grimani, March 16, 1505.  From Marino Sanuto, I Diarii.

Document 40: Wedding procession with trombe squarzade, March 3, 1511.  From Marino Sanuto, I Diarii.

Document 41: Arrival of boats at San Marco accompanied by trombe squarzade, September 19, 1511  From Marino Sanuto, I Diarii.

Document 42: Horseback procession with trombe squarzae [sic] and tamburli, April 16, 1512.  From Marino Sanuto, I Diarii,.

Document 43: Celebration of election of Pope Leo X with trombe, pifari and trombe squarzade, March 13, 1513. From Marino Sanuto, I Diarii.

Document 44: Installation of Captain General with trombe squarzade, May 15, 1513. From Marino Sanuto, I Diarii.

Document 45: Procession led by trombe squarzade, December 8, 1515. From Marino Sanuto, I Diarii.

Document 46: Celebration of a treaty with procession exiting San Marco with trombe squarzade, January 18, 1517. From Marino Sanuto, I Diarii.

Document 47: Venetian envoy's report of a procession in Rome celebrating the election of Pope Adrian VI with trombe squarzate, nachare, tamburi, piffari and other instruments, March 20, 1523 .  From Marino Sanuto, I Diarii.

Document 48: Description of a comedy by Ruzante in St. Mark's square during carnival, February 1524. From Marino Sanuto, I Diarii.

Document 49: Description of carnival festivities, February 8, 1526.  From Marino Sanuto, I Diarii.

Document 50: Disembarkation from Bucintoro with trombe squarzade, October 19, 1533.  From Marino Sanuto, I Diarii.

Document 51: Description of ceremonies honoring Agustin Querini, May 18, 1533.  From Marino Sanuto, I Diarii.

Document 52: Ceremonies for the publication of a peace treaty, feast of the Annunciation, March 25, 1499.  From Marino Sanuto, I Diarii.

Document 53: Ceremony of the novitiate of the Doge's niece, January 25, 1525.  From Marino Sanuto, I Diarii.

Document 54: Account of a criminal complaint made by several gentlemen against an inappropriate celebration for the newly elected abbess of the monestary at Zelestria, May 25, 1509.  From Marino Sanuto, I Diarii

Document 55: Description of marriage celebration, February 16, 1533.  From Marino Sanuto, I Diarii.

Document 56: Public announcement of peace treaty, January 1, 1530.  From Marino Sanuto, I Diarii.

Document 57: Reports of activities of September 23, 1518.  From Marino Sanuto, I Diarii.

Document 58: Recreation of Doge in the palace, July 8, 1521.  From Marino Sanuto, I Diarii.

Document 59: Masses with trombe e pifari in the chapel of St. Nicholas in Doge's palace, 1500 and 1529.  From Marino Sanuto, I Diarii.

Document 60: Mass at church of San Salvador, October 16, 1530. From Marino Sanuto, I Diarii.

Document 61: Festivities surrounding a visit of the duke of Milan, October 19, 1530. From Marino Sanuto, I Diarii.

Document 62: Description of the festivities surrounding the coronation of Zilia Dandola as Dogaressa, September 18, 1557.  From Francesco Sansovino, Venetia, città nobilissima et singolare . . . (Venice,1663).

Document 63: Celebration of victory over Turks at Lepanto.  Excerpt from Francesco Sansovino, Venetia, città nobilissima et singolare . . . (Venice, 1663).

Document 64: Ceremonies celebrating end of plague, 1631.  Excerpts from Venice, Archivio di Stato, Collegio, Ceremoniali III

Document 65: Guarini's reference to tromboni squarciati. From Opere di Battista Guarini.

Document 66: Stops on organ in San Pietro, Gubbio.  From Adriano Banchieri,  Conclusioni nel suono dell'organo. . . (Bologna, 1609)

Document 67: Proposal for a rappresentazione scenica, c. 1763–66.  Venice, Archivio di Stato.

Table 1: Orders of Procession In Trionfo



 
 
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