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The Heritage of Monteverdi Vol 5 / Kiehr, Van Laethem, et al
 : The Heritage of Monteverdi Vol 5 / Kiehr, Van Laethem, et al



from: Ricercar




Audience Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Binding: Audio CD
EAN: 0789368828326
Item Dimensions: 4555023494
Label: Ricercar
Manufacturer: Ricercar
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publisher: Ricercar
Release Date: January 25, 1999
Studio: Ricercar




Disc 1:
  1. Donati: Angelus Gabriel descendit
  2. Cazzati: Alma redemptoris Mater
  3. Monteverdi: Angelus ad pastores ait
  4. Banchieri: Intonuit de caelo
  5. Storace: Pastorale
  6. Cifra: Quem vidistis pastores?
  7. Tarditi: Volate caelites
  8. Picchi: Sonata a tre, due violini e flauto
  9. Monteverdi: Jesu redemptor omnium
  10. Scarani: Sonata 15 "sopra lucis creator optime"
  11. Merula: Jesu dulcis memoria
  12. Flamengo: Sonata pastorale a quattro
  13. Merula: Hor che tempo di dormire
  14. Anonymous: Parton dall' oriente tre Re per adorar
  15. Frescobaldi: Partita prima sopra l'aria di Monicha
  16. Rigatti: Nunc dimittis
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Editorial Review:

Amazon.com:
In the minds of most classical listeners, Claudio Monteverdi is the solitary titan of the early Italian Baroque. In fact, Monteverdi was the most important figure in a tremendously active musical culture in 17th-century Italy--a culture examined thoroughly in Ensemble La Fenice's series The Heritage of Monteverdi. Volume 5 of this splendid series presents 17th-century music for the Christmas season: a trio for two sopranos and tenor narrating the Annunciation by Ignazio Donati; a glowing sonata for two violins and flute by Giovanni Picchi; the breathlessly virtuosic tenor solo Volate caelites by Orazio Tarditi; and a beguiling (and sometimes exciting) Pastorale for organ by Bernardo Storace. One of the highlights is the lullaby Hor che tempo di dormire by Tarquinio Merula, a soprano solo over a repeating two-note bass line suggestive of Mary obsessively rocking her child as she contemplates the torments he will suffer to redeem humankind. The performances by La Fenice, the veteran tenor John Elwes, and the young sopranos Maria Cristina Kiehr and Kathelijne van Laethem are radiant. --Matthew Westphal



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