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LASSO, O. di: Cantiones duum vocum (Tognon, Verh, Armoniosoincanto, Radicchia)

LASSO, O. di: Cantiones duum vocum (Tognon, Verh, Armoniosoincanto, Radicchia)

The Classical Shop
release date: August 2014

Originally recorded in 2014

Artists:

Franco Radicchia

Conductor

Armoniosoincanto

Ensemble

Armoniosoincanto

Chamber

Venue:

Chiesa di S. Secondo, Gubbio, Italy

Venue

Record Label
Tactus

Genre:

Instrumental


Classical

Total Time - 59:55
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Novae aliquot et ante hac non ita usitatae cantiones suavissimae, "Cantiones duum vocum"

 
1 No. 1. Beatus vir qui in sapientia morabitur 01:28
2 No. 18. — 02:06
3 No. 12. Sicut rosa inter spinas 01:35
4 No. 15. — 01:45
5 No. 16. — 01:45
6 No. 19. — 02:10
7 No. 4. Iustus cor suum tradet ad vigilandum 01:16
8 No. 14. — 01:48
9 No. 8. Sancti mei qui in isto seculo 01:21
10 No. 10. Serve bone et fidelis 01:24
11 No. 11. Fulgebunt iusti sicut lilium 01:25
12 No. 5. Expectatio iustorum laetitia 01:11
13 No. 23. — 02:19
14 No. 13. — 01:46
15 No. 22. — 02:19
16 No. 2. Beatus homo qui invenit sapientiam 01:35
17 No. 17. — 01:53
18 No. 24. — 01:45
19 No. 3. Oculus non vidit, nec auris audivit 01:12
20 No. 6. Qui sequitur me, non ambulat in tenebris 01:20
21 No. 9. Qui vult venire post me 01:37
22 No. 21. — 02:01
23 No. 7. Iusti tulerunt spolia impiorum 01:14
24 No. 20. — 02:14
25 No. 1. Beatus vir qui in sapientia morabitur 01:30
26 No. 2. Beatus homo qui invenit sapientiam 01:40
27 No. 3. Oculus non vidit, nec auris audivit 01:30
28 No. 4. Iustus cor suum tradet ad vigilandum 01:37
29 No. 5. Expectatio iustorum laetitia 01:36
30 No. 6. Qui sequitur me, non ambulat in tenebris 01:34
31 No. 7. Iusti tulerunt spolia impiorum 01:36
32 No. 8. Sancti mei qui in isto seculo 01:52
33 No. 9. Qui vult venire post me 01:56
34 No. 10. Serve bone et fidelis 01:39
35 No. 11. Fulgebunt iusti sicut lilium 01:23
36 No. 12. Sicut rosa inter spinas 01:33
  Armoniosoincanto Ensemble
  Franco Radicchia Conductor
     


Roland de Lassus (Orlando di Lasso), musician and composer of the 16th century, is one of the masters of 16th century polyphony, considered by many to be the most versatile. He began as a young chorister at the church of Saint Nicholas at Mons and in 1544 was engaged at the court of Ferrante I Gonzaga, viceroy of Charles V in Sicily, with whom he travelled to France and Italy. From 1549 to 1552 he was in Naples, then from 1553 to 1554 in Rome as choirmaster in San Giovanni in Laterano, where he met the famous Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina. From 1560 to 1594 he remained at the court of Duke Albert V of Bavaria, becoming choirmaster at court. In this capacity he made several journeys to the Netherlands, to Germany, Bohemia and especially to Italy. The collection consists of 24 bicinia, or compositions for two unaccompanied voices or instruments, a genre which came into being in the first half of the XVI century, clearly aiming to teach polyphonic composition. The collection includes 12 on a sacred Latin text while the rest has no text. This music was composed in the mature years of Lassus, during the time when he was employed by Duke Albert V of Bavaria, where he was an esteemed choir master and when he undertook regular journeys to Italy.

                                      *** - Good

Lorenzo Tozzi - Musica magazine (Italy) - December 2014-January 2015




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