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Cantate Deo: A voce sola, in dialogo

Cantate Deo: A voce sola, in dialogo

The Classical Shop
release date: July 2014

Recorded in 24 Bit / 96Khz
album available as a Studio Master

Artists:

Marco Beasley

Performer

Guido Morini

Performer

Accordone

Performer

Record Label
Alpha

Genre:

Early Music




Total Time - 62:04
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Cantate Deo: A voce sola, in dialogo

     
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BONIFACIO GRAZIANI

1 

Ave maris stella

6:32
     
 

ALESSANDRO GRANDI

2 

O beate Hieronime

3:48
     
 

IGNAZIO DONATI

3 

Cantate Deo

2:19
     
 

BIAGIO MARINI

4 

Sonata a 3, sopra "Fuggi dolente core"

2:47
     
 

CLAUDIO MONTEVERDI

5 

Jubilet tota civitas

4:14
     
 

GIUSEPPE GIAMBERTI

6 

Virgo prudentissima

3:12
     
 

ALESSANDRO GRANDI

7 

Cantabo Domino

3:23
     
 

GIOVANNI PAOLO CIMA

8 

Sonata a tre

3:02
     
 

GIOVANNI FELICE SANCES

9 

Stabat Mater dolorosa

10:46
     
 

IGNAZIO DONATI

10 

In te, Domine, speravi

3:29
     
 

GIOVANNI PAOLO CAPRIOLI

11 

Salve Regina

3:54
     
 

GIOVANNI BATTISTA FONTANA

12 

Sonata VII

4:57
     
 

CHERUBINO BUSATTI

13 

Surrexit pastor bonus

4:22
     
 

CLAUDIO MONTEVERDI

14 

Salve Regina

5:19
     
 Marco Beasley Performer
 Guido Morini Performer
  Accordone Performer


Marco Beasley offers us an original way to discover the Italian religious repertoire for two tenors of the nascent Baroque. In fact, his fantastic experience as a singer allowed him to record these ‘sacred concerts for two voices’ alone, thanks to the technique of re-recording. A new dimension opens up to the listener thanks to the astonishing artistic coherence offered by this technique. And beyond technique, this album attests to the emotion, both double and unique, guiding the musical gesture.

In addition, this recording will allow discovery of numerous unjustly forgotten composers such as Donati, Caprioli, Giamberti, Sances et al., whose qualities of writing are comparable to those of the great Monteverdi (represented here by the Salve Regina and Jubilet tota civitas). The programme is judiciously rounded off by three magnificent sonate da chiesa by Castello, Marini and Fontana.

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