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Northern ballad-singing is syllabic, with a strict tempo and intelligible lyrics, while southern styles use a rubato tempo, nasal timbre and a strained, tense vocal style.
One of Italy’s major contributors to classical music is Antonio Vivaldi, one of the greatest Baroque composers widely credited as having created concerto music.The influence of Naples in the history of musical traditions has spread well beyond the boundaries of Italy.The first music conservatories were created in Naples in the 16th century and the city’s Opera House San Carlo is also the world-wide oldest opera house in continuous operation. In the late 1800s and early 1900s, emigrants from Naples and southern Naples took their popular Neapolitan songs with them abroad, where these gained further popularity.Polyphonic song forms and choral singing are principally found in northern Italy, while south of Naples, solo singing is more common, with the exception of the geographically more isolated Sicily and Sardinia, which are very polyphonic.In the rest of southern Italy polyphony is seldom choral and groups usually use unison singing in two or three parts carried by a single performer.
Modern Italian composers such as Berio and Nono proved significant in the development of experimental and electronic music.), were also born in Italy and many of the existing European classical music forms can trace their roots back to innovations of sixteenth and seventeenth century Italian music (such as the symphony, concerto, and sonata).