Little is known of the life of the Bolognese composer Elia Vannini. He was born into a Jewish family in Medicina near Bologna around 1660. After converting to Christianity, he entered the Carmelite monastery in Bologna. On the title-pages to his music publications, Vannini described himself as ‘Musices Praefecto’ to the church in nearby Ravenna. This printed music appeared between 1691 and 1699; the first was a set of trio sonatas, and from hereafter his output consisted of litanies and psalm settings in concerted style with instrumental accompaniment.
Vannini - Qui Habitat. Digital Download
Scoring: SATB, 3 violins, organ, continuo (cello, theorbo)
Contents: Full Score - 54 pages, 6 parts - 30 pages.
- Vocal Score (SATB, continuo realisation)
- Violin 1
- Violin 2
- Violin 3
- Continuo realisation
Total pages: 104
File size: 6.4 MB
Work duration: 8'
Catalogue number: CK0065