TACTUS

the Italian Classical Music label

tactus

(medieval Latin masculine noun with meaning of touch, contact)
In Renaissance music, the unit of measurement of time and the relative note figure (generally corresponding to the average beat of the human pulse) constituting the reference point for determining the absolute value of duration of all the musical figures of the notation.

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Bossi: Complete Organ Works vol. XV

Bossi: Complete Organ Works vol. XV

Marco Enrico Bossi (1861-1925)
TC862791
Banchieri, Croce: Il Festino del Giovedì Grasso

Banchieri, Croce: Il Festino del Giovedì Grasso

Adriano Banchieri (1568-1634) · Giulio Cesare Croce (1550-1605)
TC550008
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  • Organ music in a united, many-sided Italy
    Organ music in a united, many-sided Italy
    Philippe Verdelot (Orange ca 1480 – Firenze ca 1530), Bernardo Storace (Napoli – Messina sec. XVII), Girolamo Frescobaldi (Ferrara 1583 – Roma 1643), Tarquinio Merula (Busseto 1595 – Cremona 1665), Fabrizio Caroso (Sermoneta ca 1530 – ca 1605) Nicolas Lebègue (Laon 1631 – Parigi 1702), JohannPachelbel (Norimberga 1653 – 1706), Giuseppe Verdi (Busseto 1813 – Milano 1901), Padre Davide da Bergamo (Zanica 1791 – Piacenza 1863), Vincenzo Bellini (Catania 1801 – Parigi 1835)
    TC860004
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  • The manuscripts for mandolin of the Gimo collection
    The manuscripts for mandolin of the Gimo collection
    Giovanni Battista Gervasio (ca. 1725 – ca. 1785) · Emanuele Barbella (1718-1777) · Gioacchino Còcchi (1715?-1804?) · Anonimo (XVIII sec.)
    TC710090
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