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Rachmaninov [Rachmaninoff], Sergej (Semyonovo 1873 - Beverly Hills, California 1943); Rus./Usa. Biography

››› Sergej Rachmaninov, the own page here.

 

Radomia, Mikołaj z (15th century); Pol.

Missa I
» MIDI | Gloria
» MIDI | Credo
Missa II
» MIDI | Gloria
» MIDI | Credo
Missa III
» MIDI | Gloria
» MIDI | Credo
» MIDI | Historigraphi aciem mentis
» MIDI | Magnificat
» MIDI | Ballada
» MIDI | Alleluia

The © Completorium Polish Early Music collection by Bogusław Krawczyk

 

Ræhs, Christian? (? 1710 - ? 1786); Ger.?

3 violin concertoes (based on manuscripts kept at the NTNU Library, Trondheim, Norway):

Concerto â 6, ms. Gunnerus XM 55 for strings and basso continuo
» MIDI | 1. Allegro
» MIDI | 2. Adagio
» MIDI | 3. Allegro

Concerto â 6, ms. Gunnerus XM 56 for strings and basso continuo
» MIDI | 1. Allegro
» MIDI | 2. Adagio
» MIDI | 3. Allegro

Concerto â 6, ms. Gunnerus XM 57 for strings and basso continuo
» MIDI | 1. Allegro
» MIDI | 2. Adagio
» MIDI | 3. Vivace

Free sheet music collection of the W. Icking Archive, © Christian Mondrup

 

Ræhs, Morten (? 1702 - ? 1766); Ger.

››› Morten Ræhs, the own page here.

 

Raff, Johann Joachim (Lachen, Schwyz 1822 - Frankfurt am Main 1882); Sw./Ger.

››› Johann Joachim Raff, the own page here.

 

RagTime Music

››› The Rag-Time page, here.

 

Rameau, Jean-Philippe (Digione 1683 - Paris 1764); Fr.

››› Jean-Philippe Rameau, the own page here.

 

Rampolini [or Rampollini], Mateo [or Matio, Matteo] (ca. 1510 - c. 1565); It.

» MIDI | Bacco, bacco

MIDIs of Medieval and Renaissance period, by © Dr.J.Curtis Clark

 

Raphael, Günter (Berlin 1902 - Herford 1960); Ger. Biography

››› Günter Raphael, the own page here.

 

Ravel, Maurice Joseph (Ciboure 1875 - Paris 1937); Fr. Biography

››› Maurice Ravel, the own page here.

 

Ravenscroft, Thomas (? Dodleston, Cheshire c. 1592 - ? London 1635); En.

››› Thomas Ravenscroft, the own page here.

 

Rebikov, Vladimir Ivanovič (Krasnojarsk, Siberia 1866 - Jalta Crimea 1920); Rus.

» MIDI | Der Landmann. Tschechisches Volkslied [The peasant. Czech folk song], little piano piece

Recording by (cc) Nausica Th. Classical

 

Redford, John (London c. 1486 - London 1547); En.

» MIDI | Veni Redemptor from Mulliner Book (Ms. 30513 British Mus.)
» MIDI | O Lux beatissima from Mulliner Book (Ms. 30513 British Mus.)
» MIDI | Lucem tuam from Mulliner Book (Ms. 30513 British Mus.)
» MIDI | Glorificamus from Mulliner Book (Ms. 30513 British Mus.)

Sequences by Dave Cooke

 

Reger, Max (Brand 1873 - Leipzig 1916); Ger. Biography

››› Max Reger, the own page here.

 

Reicha, Anton (Praha 1770 - Paris 1836); Cz.

Horn-Trios Op. 82
» MIDI | 1. Tempo di Minuetto
» MIDI | 2. Allegro
» MIDI | 3. Adagio
» MIDI | 4. Minuetto
» MIDI | 5. Adagio
» MIDI | 6. Tempo di Minuetto
» MIDI | 7. Andante
» MIDI | 8. Andante
» MIDI | 9. Canon a 2
» MIDI | 10. Allegro
» MIDI | 11. Allegro
» MIDI | 12. Minuetto, Moderato assai
» MIDI | 13. Allegro
» MIDI | 14. Minuetto, Allegro assai
» MIDI | 15. Tritonus, Allegretto
» MIDI | 16. Tempo di marcia
» MIDI | 17. Lento
» MIDI | 18. Fuge, Allegro
» MIDI | 19. Lento
» MIDI | 20. Allegretto
» MIDI | 21. Allegro
» MIDI | 22. Lento sostenuto
» MIDI | 23. Minuetto grazioso
» MIDI | 24. Finale, Allegro scherzando

Free sheet music collection of the W. Icking Archive, © Hartmut Lemmel

 

Reiche, Gottfried (Weissenfels 1667 - Leipzig 1734); Ger.

» MIDI | 1. Fugue in C major
» MIDI | 2. Fugue in D major
» MIDI | 3. Fugue in F major
» MIDI | 4. Fugue in F major
» MIDI | 5. Fugue in G major
» MIDI | 6. Fugue in B flat major

Free sheet music collection of the W. Icking Archive, © Michel Rondeau
All Fugues arranged for brass quartet by M. Rondeau

 

Reimann, Franz (?  ?); Ger.

» MIDI | Missa solemnis No. 4 for 4-voice choir (SATB)

Masses collection by © Manfred Hößl

 

» MIDI | Requiem in E flat major for choir and organ

Masses collection by © Manfred Hößl

 

Reimann, Ignaz (Breslau? 1820 - 1885); Ger.

Choral Music for 4-voice choir (SATB)
» MIDI | Messe in E flat major
» MIDI | Pastoralmesse in F major
» MIDI | Pastoralmesse in G major

Masses collection by © Manfred Hößl

 

» MIDI | Regina coeli

Masses collection by © Manfred Hößl

 

Reinecke, Carl Heinrich Carlsten (Altona 1824 - Leipzig 1910); Ger.

Concerto for piano and orchestra No. 3 in C major, Op. 144
» MIDI | 1. Allegro
» MIDI | 2. Largo
» MIDI | 3. Finale - Allegro vivace e grazioso

Sequences by © Jean-François Lucarelli

 

Reinhold, ? (?); ?

» MIDI | Impromptu in c sharp minor, Op. 28 No. 2

 

Ampico (live) recording, piano: Marguerite Volavy

 

Renaissance period

››› The Renaissance music page, here.

 

Resinarius, Balthasar (? c. 1480-85? - ? 1544?); Ger.

» MIDI | Erhalt uns, Herr, bei deinem Wort for choir SAB (yrics and hymn tune by Martin Luther (1483-1546))

Free sheet music collection of the W. Icking Archive, © Simon Dreher

 

Respighi, Ottorino (Bologna 1879 - Rome 1936); It.

Antiche danze ed arie per liuto, suite No. 1 (1917)
» MIDI | I. Balleto di S. Molinaro [1599]
» MIDI | II. Gagliarda di V. Galilei [155...]
» MIDI | III. Villanella di Ignoto [end 16th c.]
» MIDI | IV. Passo mezzo e Mascherada [end 16th c.]

Sequences by © Ramón Pajares

 

Le Fontane di Roma, arrangement for piano 4-hands (1916)
» MIDI | 1. La fontana di Valle Giulia all'Alba (The Fountain of Valle Giulia at Dawn)
» MIDI | 2. La fontana del Tritone al mattino (The Triton Fountain in the Morning)
» MIDI | 3. La fontana di Trevi al meriggio (The Trevi fountain at noon)
» MIDI | 4. La fontana di Villa Medici al tramonto (The Villa Medici Fountain at Sunset)

Sequences by © Segundo G. Yogore

 

Rossiniana suite from Gioacchino Rossini (1925)
» MIDI | 1. Capri
» MIDI | 2. Lamento
» MIDI | 3. Intermezzo
» MIDI | 4. Tarantella, Puro sangue, con passaggio della Processione

Sequences by © Keith Otis Edwards

 

Rheinberger, Joseph Gabriel (Vaduz, Liechtenstein 1839 - Munich 1901); Lie. Biography

» MIDI | Missa in f minor, Op. 159

Masses collection by © Manfred Hößl

 

» MIDI | Stabat Mater for choir, flute and strings

Masses collection by © Manfred Hößl

 

» MIDI | Abendlied for choir

Collection by © cipoo.net (under Free Art License). Read more.

 

Riccio, Giovanni Battista (1540 - Venezia? 1595): It.

» MIDI | Canzon con il Tremolo La Grimaneta from Il terzo libro delle divine lodi musicale (1620)

Free sheet music collection of the W. Icking Archive, © Walter Bosmans

 

Rice, ? (?); ?

» MIDI | Dear old Pal of mine

 

Ampico (live) recording, piano: Andrei Kmita

 

Richard I Lionheart (? 1157 - ? 1199); En.

» MIDI | Ja nuns hons pris

MIDIs of Medieval and Renaissance period, by © Dr.J.Curtis Clark

 

Rimsky-Korsakov [Rimskij-Korsakow or Korsakoff], Nikolaj [Nikolai] (Tikhvin, Novgorod 1844 - Ljubensk, Pietroburg 1908); Rus.

››› Nikolaj Rimsky-Korsakov, the own page here.

 

Roberti, Giulio (Barge 1829 - Torino 1891); It.

Missa in honorem Sancti Laurentii
» MIDI | 1. Kyrie
» MIDI | 2. Gloria
» MIDI | 3. Credo
» MIDI | 4. Sanctus
» MIDI | 4b. Benedictus
» MIDI | 5. Agnus Dei

Collection by © cipoo.net (under Free Art License). Read more.

 

Roeder [Röder], Georg Valentin (Rannungen 1780 - Altötting? 1848); Ger.

Choral Music for 4-voice choir (SATB)
» MIDI | Missa in C major
» MIDI | Missa solemnis [incomplete]
» MIDI | Missa No. 3 in F major

Masses collection by © Manfred Hößl

 

» MIDI | Offertorium “Quam dilecta” (a cappella)

Masses collection by © Manfred Hößl

 

Rohaczewski, Andrzej (?); Pol.

» MIDI | Crucifixus Surrexit Transcribed from Pelpin tablature (1620 - 1640, discovered in 1957) by Stephen Lloyd

The © Completorium Polish Early Music collection by Bogusław Krawczyk

 

Roman, Johan Helmich (Stockholm 1694 - ? 1758); Sw.

››› Johan Helmich Roman, the own page here.

 

Rore, Cypriano [Cipriano] de (? 1515 - ? 1565); Fl./It.

» MIDI | Ancor che col partire for choir SATB, poem by Alfonso dAvalos (1502 - 1546)
» MIDI | Ne laria in questi dì for choir SATB poem by ?
» MIDI | Mia benigna fortuna for choir SATB, poem by Francesco Petrarcha (1304 - 1374)
» MIDI | O sonno for choir SATB, poem by Girolamo della Casa

Free sheet music collection of the W. Icking Archive, © Vincent Carpentier

 

Rosenmüller, Johann (Oelnitz 1619 - Wolfenbüttel 1684); Ger.

››› Johann Rosenmüller, the own page here.

 

Rossi Hebreo, Salamone (Mantova? c. 1570 - c. 1630); It.

» MIDI | Gagliarda à 4. & à 3 detta la Zambalina Si placet for violins, viola ad libitum and basso from Il secondo libro delle sinfonie et gagliarde (Venezia 1608)

Free sheet music collection of the W. Icking Archive, © Francisco Valdivia

 

Rossi, Michelangelo or Michel Angelo del Violino [Micælangelo, Michelangiolo] (Genova end of XVI - Rome 1656); It.

» MIDI | Toccata Sesta
» MIDI | Toccata Settima

Jeux SoundFont should be loaded in bank 42. Copyright © 1999 by John McCoy

 

Rossini, Gioacchino (Pesaro 1792 - Passy 1868); It.

››› Gioacchino Rossini, the own page here.

 

Rouget de l'Isle, Claude-Joseph (Lons le Saumier 1760 - Choisy le Roi 1836); Fr.

» MIDI | La Marseillaise [arranged for 4 recorders]

Free sheet music collection of the W. Icking Archive, © Christian Mondrup

 

Royer, Pancrace (Torino 1705 - Paris 1755); Fr.

Deux Rondeau for harpsichord
» MIDI | 1. La Zaïde
» MIDI | 2. La Sensible

Free sheet music collection of the W. Icking Archive, © Hermann Hinsch

 

Rubinstein, Anton (Vykhatinetz 1829 - Peterhof 1894); Rus.

››› Anton Rubinstein, the own page here.

 

Rue, Pierre de la (Tournai, Flanders [now in Belgium] c. 1452 - Courtrai [now Kortrijk, Belg.] 1518); Ger.

» MIDI | Au feu de lamour for instruments SATB (ascribed to Pierre de la Rue)

Free sheet music collection of the W. Icking Archive, © Arnold den Teuling

 

» MIDI | Vexilla regis prodeunt for choir SATB

Free sheet music collection of the W. Icking Archive, © Hans Mons

 

» MIDI | Fors seulement for instruments SATB
» MIDI | Plorer, gemir, crier / Requiem for instruments ATTB
» MIDI | Mijn hert heeft altijts verlanghen for choir SSAT

Free sheet music collection of the W. Icking Archive, © Michel Rondeau

 

Ruffo, Vincenzo don (Verona 1508? - Sacile, Pordenone 1587); It.

» MIDI | Adoramus Te Christe

Collection by © cipoo.net (under Free Art License). Read more.

 

 

 

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