Monteverdi, Rigatti, Grandi, Cavalli: Venetian Vespers
 : Monteverdi, Rigatti, Grandi, Cavalli: Venetian Vespers

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Audience Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Binding: Audio CD
EAN: 0028943755221
Item Dimensions: 10052540575
Label: Archiv Produktion
Languages: EnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Archiv Produktion
MPN: AManPro-0055429
Number Of Discs: 2
Number Of Items: 2
Publisher: Archiv Produktion
Release Date: May 11, 1993
Studio: Archiv Produktion

Disc 1:
  1. Sacristy Bell (after G. Gabrieli)
  2. Organ: Intonazione
  3. Versicle & Response: Deus in adiutorium - Domine ad adiuvandum
  4. Antiphon: Angelus Domini
  5. Psalm: Dixit Dominus
  6. Motet: O intemerata
  7. Antiphon: Beata es Maria
  8. Psalm 112: Laudate peuri
  9. Organ: Suonata prima
  10. Antiphon: Beatam me dicent
  11. Psalm 121: Laetatus sum
  12. Motet: O Maria, quae rapis corda hominum
  13. Antiphon: Haec est quae nescavit
  14. Psalm 126: Nisi Dominus
  15. Organ: Dialogo secondo (Banchieri)
  16. Antiphon: Ante thronum
  17. Psalm 147: Lauda Jerusalem
  18. Motet: O quam tu pulchra es
Disc 2:
  1. Organ: Praeambulum
  2. Chapter: Ecce virgo
  3. Hymn: Deus qui mundum crimine iacentem
  4. Versicle & Response: Ave Maria / Dominus tecum
  5. Antiphon: Spiritus Sanctus
  6. Magnificat
  7. Sonata con tre violini in eco
  8. Collect: Dominus vobiscum - Deus, qui de beatae Mariae
  9. Dismissal: Dominus vobiscum - Benedicamus Domino
  10. Motet: Laudate Dominum (Monteverdi)
  11. Organ: Intonazione
  12. Motet: Salve regina
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Product Description:
Paul McCreesh's second major recording (and second Gramophone Award winner) reconstructs Vespers for the Feast of the Annunciation at San Marco circa 1643, using music by Monteverdi and contemporaries including Cavalli, Grandi, and Rigatti. The music is less dense and lavishly scored than on A Venetian Coronation, but more virtuosic and varied--ranging from Finetti's sweet, languid "O Maria, quæ rapis" for two falsettists and Monteverdi's lively "Laudate Dominum" for solo tenor, to Marini's sensuous sonata for three violins and Monteverdi's spectacular "Lætatus sum" for six singers, two violins, two trombones, and bassoon over a repeated four-note bass. There is so much excitement here that even the opening of "Lætatus sum"--four measures of only the repeating bass--shimmers with energy. --Matthew Westphal

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