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PALLAVICINI, B.: Madrigali (Daltrocanto, Tabbia)

PALLAVICINI, B.: Madrigali (Daltrocanto, Tabbia)

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release date: July 2013


Artists:

Dario Tabbia

Conductor

Dario Tabbia

Conductor

Ugo Nastrucci

Soloist

Daltrocanto

Chamber

Venue:

Clausetto, Pordenone, Italy

Venue

Record Label
Pan Classics

Genre:

Vocal & Song


Classical

Total Time - 56:11
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PALLAVICINI, B.: Madrigali (Daltrocanto, Tabbia)

     
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GIOVANNI BATTISTA GUARINI

 

Libro de madrigali, Book 6

 
1 Io disleale? Ah cruda 2:34
2 Era l'anima mia 3:52
3 Cruda Amarilli 6:23
 Dario Tabbia Conductor
 Dario Tabbia Conductor
     
 

BENEDETTO PALLAVICINO

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Libro de madrigali, Book 7

2:56
 Dario Tabbia Conductor
 Dario Tabbia Conductor
     
 

GIOVANNI BATTISTA DALLA GOSTENA

5 

Fantasia No. 13

2:00
 Ugo Nastrucci Soloist
     
 

BENEDETTO PALLAVICINO

6 

Libro de madrigali, Book 8

1:49
 Dario Tabbia Conductor
 Dario Tabbia Conductor
     
 

GIOVANNI BATTISTA GUARINI

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Libro de madrigali, Book 6

3:12
 Dario Tabbia Conductor
 Dario Tabbia Conductor
     
 

BENEDETTO PALLAVICINO

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Libro de madrigali, Book 7

2:45
 Dario Tabbia Conductor
 Dario Tabbia Conductor
     
 

GIOVANNI ANTONIO TERZI

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Libro de intavolatura, Book 2

2:36
 Ugo Nastrucci Soloist
     
 

BENEDETTO PALLAVICINO

10 

Libro de madrigali, Book 4

3:05
 Dario Tabbia Conductor
 Dario Tabbia Conductor
     
 

GIOVANNI BATTISTA GUARINI

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Libro de madrigali, Book 6

2:37
 Dario Tabbia Conductor
 Dario Tabbia Conductor
     
 

GIOVANNI ANTONIO TERZI

12 

33to Alemanno

1:09
 Ugo Nastrucci Soloist
     
 

GIOVANNI BATTISTA GUARINI

13 

Libro de madrigali, Book 6

3:16
 Dario Tabbia Conductor
 Dario Tabbia Conductor
     
 

GIOVANNI ANTONIO TERZI

14 

Libro de intavolatura, Book 2

4:30
 Ugo Nastrucci Soloist
     
 

GIOVANNI BATTISTA GUARINI

15 

Libro de madrigali, Book 6

3:56
 Dario Tabbia Conductor
 Dario Tabbia Conductor
     
 

BENEDETTO PALLAVICINO

16 

Libro de madrigali, Book 5

2:45
 Dario Tabbia Conductor
 Dario Tabbia Conductor
     
 

GIOVANNI ANTONIO TERZI

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Ballo II Alemano

1:10
 Ugo Nastrucci Soloist
     
 

BENEDETTO PALLAVICINO

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Libro de madrigali, Book 8

3:33
 Dario Tabbia Conductor
 Dario Tabbia Conductor
     
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Libro de madrigali, Book 7

2:03
 Dario Tabbia Conductor
 Dario Tabbia Conductor
     


Benedetto Pallavicino is one of the foremost madrigal composers of his time. In 1596 he obtained the position of music director at the Gonzaga court in Mantua, towards which he had been striving for a long time – not exactly a cause for joy on the part of his competitor, Monteverdi, 20 years younger and also employed in Mantua. Pallavicino created a total of ten madrigal books for four to six voices, in which an orientation towards the ’modern’ madrigal style can be detected from the fourth book onwards.
 
The ensemble Daltrocanto has selected 19 madrigals from these late madrigal books, based on texts by Giovanni Battista Guarini. His ’Rime’ and especially ’Pastor Fido’ are amongst the most beloved text sources for madrigals. The texts deal with love in all its facets and Pallavicino sets them with typical stylistic devices such as sharp dissonances and chromatic passages as well as homophonic blocks contrasting with flowing contrapuntal sections. The emotions contained in the poetry are rhetorically and expressively illuminated. Thus Pallavicino proves to be one of the pioneers in the development of the manner of rhetorical-expressive composition that was to culminate in Monteverdi’s Seconda Prattica. Some ravishing singing from Alena Dantcheva…

"... Particularly impressive here is his [Pallavicino] engagement with Guarini’s texts, and the word painting is both subtle and musically satisfying. The sining from the six voices of Delcantro is compelling and beautifully detailed, and the occasional lute accompaniments by Ugo Nastrucci are very tasteful and authentic. The latter also contributes several short contemporary lute works."

F James Ross - Early Music Review - August 2013


"...The madrigals are interspersed with lute pieces by two composers from Pallavicino’s time. Those are nicely played, but personally I would have preferred some more madrigals. This disc proves that Pallavicino’s oeuvre deserves to be more thoroughly explored."
  
Johan van Veen - MusicWeb-International.com - July 2013



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