Giovanni Paolo Cima (c. 1570 – 1622) was an Italian composer and organist in the early Baroque era. He was a contemporary of Claudio Monteverdi and Girolamo Frescobaldi, though not as well known (then or now) as either of those men.
Cima came from a family of musicians and was a leading musical figure in Milan. He served as director of music and organist at the Saint Marie chapel of Saint Celso in Milan in 1610.
Cima's church music was generally conservative, but his instrumental works were more innovative. He was the first composer to publish trio sonatas and made use in them of the combination of two treble instruments and the basso continuo.
Cima died in Milan at about the age of 52. He is not to be confused with the artist Giovanni Battista Cima, called Cima da Conegliano, who was no relation.
Other articles related to "giovanni, paolo":
... (In collaborazione con Giovanni Cesare Pagazzi) ... Lettere di Paolo (= Commenti e Studi Biblici s.n.), Assisi, Cittadella, 2005, 1717 pp ... (In collaborazione con Giovanni Cesare Pagazzi) originale Il pastore dell’essere ...
... SDI PES Elected President of Abruzzo Replaced by Giovanni Rivera May 11, 2005 Theresa Villiers United Kingdom Con EPP-ED Elected UK Member of Parliament Replaced by Syed Kamall May 11, 2005 Chris Huhne United ... Schaldemose November 7, 2006 Matteo Salvini Italy LN NI Replaced by Gian Paolo Gobbo December 31, 2006 Ole Krarup Denmark Folk B ... Roberto Fiore (AN) Domenico Antonio Basile Ind Giovanni Robusti April 28, 2008 Umberto Bossi Italy LN UEN April 28, 2008 Renato Brunetta Italy FI EPP-ED April 28, 2008 Mario Mantovani Italy FI EPP-ED April 28 ...
... Francesco Musotto North East Sergio Berlato Giovanni Berlinguer Umberto Bossi Iles Braghetto Renato Brunetta Marco Cappato Giorgio Carollo Paolo Costa Michl Ebner Gian Paolo Gobbo ...
... Raffaele Lombardo Nello Musumeci Francesco Musotto North East Sergio Berlato Giovanni Berlinguer Umberto Bossi Iles Braghetto Renato Brunetta Marco Cappato Giorgio Carollo Paolo Costa ...
Famous quotes containing the words giovanni and/or paolo:
“and I really hope no white person ever has cause to write about me
because they never understand Black love is Black wealth and
probably talk about my hard childhood and never understand that
all the while I was quite happy.”
—Nikki Giovanni (b. 1943)
“The power of consumer goods ... has been engendered by the so-called liberal and progressive demands of freedom, and, by appropriating them, has emptied them of their meaning, and changed their nature.”
—Pier Paolo Pasolini (19221975)