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Belli, Aderito. "Eleonora Sanvitali Contessa di Scandiano." Aurea Parma 23 (1939): 146-54. [Belli, 1939]

Bertoni, Giulio. "Lucrezia Bendidio e Torquato Tasso." In Poeti e poesie del Medio Evo e del Rinascimento, 273-318. Modena: U. Orlandini, 1922. [Bertoni, 1922]

Brown, Howard Mayer. "Women Singers and Women’s Songs in Fifteenth-Century Italy." In Women Making Music: The Western Art Tradition, edited by Jane Bowers and Judith Tick, 62-89. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1986. [Brown, 1986]

Camporti, Giuseppe, and Angelo Solerti. Luigi, Lucrezia e Leonora d’Este. Torino: Loescher, 1888. [CampSol, 1888]

Ceserani, Remo. "Bendidio, Lucrezia." In Dizonaria biografico degli italiani, 233-7. Roma: Istituto della Enciclopedia italiana, 1966. [Ceserani, 1966]

Dennis, Flora.  "Music and Print: Book Production and Consumption in Ferrara, 1534-1597".  PhD dissertation, University of Cambridge, 2002. [Dennis, 2002]

Durante, Elio, and Anna Martellotti. "Tasso, Luzzaschi e il Principe di Venosa." In Tasso, la musica, i musicisti, edited by Maria Balsano and Thomas Walker. Firenze: Olschki, 1988. [DurMart, 1988]

———. Cronistoria del concerto delle dame principalissime di Margherita Gonzaga d’Este. 2nd ed. Archivum Musicum, Collana di Studi, A. Firenze: Studio per Edizioni Scelte, 1989. [DurMart, 1989]
A mainly historical account of the concerto at Ferrara, with appendices containing transcriptions of documents, and verse inspired by the singers.

———. "Il cavalier Guarini e il Concerto delle Dame." In Guarini, la musica, i musicisti, edited by Angelo Pompilio, 91-132. Lucca: Libreria Musicale Italiana Editrice, 1997. [DurMart, 1997]

———. Madrigali segreti per le dame di Ferrara: Il manoscritto musicale F. 1358 della Biblioteca Estense di Modena. 2 vols. Archivium Musicum, Collana di studi, H. Firenze: Studio per Edizioni Scelte, 2000. [DurMart, 2000]

Fabris, Dinko. "Vita e opera di Fabrizio Dentice, nobile napoletano, compositore del secondo Cinquecento." Studi musicali 21/1 (1992): 61-114. [Fabris, 1992]

Fenlon, Iain. Music and patronage in sixteenth-century Mantua. Edited by John Stevens and Peter Le Huray. 2 vols, Cambridge Studies in Music. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1980. [Fenlon, 1980]

Harrán, Don.  'Investigation through interrogation:  the case of female poets and feminist poetry in the sixteenth-century madrigal.  Recercare, 7 (1995): 5-46. [Harrán, 1995]

Kenton, Egon. "A Faded Laurel Wreath." In Aspects of Medieval and Renaissance Music: A Birthday Offering to Gustave Reese, edited by Jan LaRue, 500-18. New York: Norton, 1966. [Kenton, 1966]

Newcomb, Anthony. "The Three Anthologies for Laura Peverara, 1580-1583." Rivista italiana di musicologia 10 (1975): 329-45. [Newcomb, 1975]

———. The Madrigal at Ferrara. 2 vols. Vol. 7, Princeton Studies in Music. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1981. [Newcomb, 1981]
A historical and musicological account of the  concerto at Ferrara in the 1580s and 90s, the music written for it and its influences on musical practice.  Appendices containing transcriptions of documents, details of the ducal music library, biographies of musicians both employed at and known to have visited Ferrara, and short biographical details of other figures.

———. "Courtesans, Muses, or Musicians? Professional Women Musicians in Sixteenth-Century Italy." In Women Making Music: The Western Art Tradition, edited by Jane Bowers and Judith Tick, 90-115. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1986. [Newcomb, 1986]

Ossi, Massimo. "A Sample Problem in Seventeenth-Century Imitatio: Claudio Monteverdi, Francesco Turini, and Battista Guarini’s "Mentre vaga angioletta"." In Music in Renaissance Cities and Courts: Studies in Honour of Lewis Lockwood, edited by Jessie Ann Owens and Alan Cummings, 253-69. Warren: Harmonie Park, 1997. [Ossi, 1997]

Paget (Stras), Laurie. "The Madrigals of Marc’Antonio Ingegneri." PhD dissertation, University of London, 1995. [Paget (Stras), 1995]

Riley, Joanne Marie. "The Influence of Women on Secular Vocal Music in Sixteenth Century Italy: The Life and Career of Tarquinia Molza (1542-1617)." MA dissertation, Wesleyan University, 1980.[Riley, 1980]

———. ‘Tarquinia Molza (1542-1617): A Case Study of Women, Music, and Society in the Renaissance’. In The Musical Woman: An International Perspective, edited by Judith Zaimont, 470-92. New York: Greenwood Press, 1986. [Riley, 1986]

Serassi, Pierantonio. Opuscoli inediti di Tarquinia Molza modenese. Con alcune poesie dell’istessa quasi tutte per l’addietro stampate, ma ora la prima volta raccolte e poste insieme. Si premette la vita di Tarquinia compilata dal signor Domenico Vandelli pubblico professore delle matematiche nell’Università di Modena. Bergamo: Lancellotti, 1750. [Serassi, 1750]

Solerti, Angelo. "Ferrara e la corte estense nella seconda metà del secolo XVI." In I discorsi di Annibale Romei. Città di Castello: Lapi, 1891. [Solerti, 1891]

Stras, Laurie. "Recording Tarquinia: Imitation, Parody and Reportage in Marc’Antonio Ingegneri’s "Hor che ‘l ciel e la terra e ‘l vento tace"." Early Music 27/3 (1999): 358-77. [Stras, 1999]

———. "‘Onde havrà mond’esempio et vera historia’: Musical Echoes of Henri III’s Progress through Italy’." Acta Musicologica 72/1 (2000): 7-41. [Stras, 2000]

———."'Musical Portraits of Female Musicians at the Northern Italian Courts in the 1570s'. In Art and Music in the Early Modern Period: Essays in memory of Franca Trinchieri Camiz, edited by Katherine McIver,  145-72. Aldershot:  Ashgate Press, 2002. [Stras, 2002

Tasso, Torquato.  Opere, edited by Bruno Maier.  Milano:  Rizzoli, 1965.  [Tasso/Maier, 1965]

———. Le Rime, edited by Bruno Basile. Roma: Salerno Editrice, 1994. [Tasso/Basile, 1994]

 Rime per Lucrezia Bendidio, edited by Luigi de Vendittis. Torino: Einaudi, 1965. [Tasso/Vendittis, 1965]
Tassos verse for Lucrezia Bendidio extracted from the Rime, with an appendix of some of the poems as they appear in the Rime de gli Academici di Eterei.

Vandelli, Domenico. In Opuscoli inediti di Tarquinia Molza modenese. Con alcune poesie dell’istessa quasi tutte per l’addietro stampate, ma ora la prima volta raccolte e poste insieme. Si premette la vita di Tarquinia compilata dal signor Domenico Vandelli pubblico professore delle matematiche nell’Università di Modena., edited by Pierantonio Serassi. Bergamo: Lancelloti, 1750. [Vandelli, 1750]

Zancan, Marina (editor).  Nel cerchio della luna:  Figure di donna in alcuni testi del XVI secolo.  Venezia:  Marsilio, 1983.  [Zancan, 1983]

 

Written by Laurie Stras.

Last updated 07 October, 2002.

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