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Cantate Deo (A due tenori) - Accordone; Guido Morini (organ); Guido Morini (clavecin); Marco Beasley (tenor); Guido Morini (conductor)
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  1. Ave Maris Stella, hymn
  2. O beate Hieronime, motet for voice & continuo
  3. Cantate Deo, motet for voice & continuo
  4. Sonata sopra "Fuggi dolente core", for chamber instruments & continuo
  5. Jubilet tota civitas, motet for soprano (from Selva morale e spirituale), SV 286
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  1. Ave Maris Stella, hymn
  2. O beate Hieronime, motet for voice & continuo
  3. Cantate Deo, motet for voice & continuo
  4. Sonata sopra "Fuggi dolente core", for chamber instruments & continuo
  5. Jubilet tota civitas, motet for soprano (from Selva morale e spirituale), SV 286
  6. Virgo prudentissima, motet for voice & continuo
  7. Cantabo Domino for 4 voices
  8. Sonata 3, for violin, cornetto & continuo (Concerti Ecclesiastici)
  9. Statat mater dolorosa, motet
  10. In te domine Speravi
  11. Salve regina, motet for voice & continuo
  12. Sonata No. 7 for 2 violins (or cornetto and violin) & continuo (from 18 Sonatas in 1, 2, or 3 parts)
  13. Surrexit Pastor bonus, for voice & continuo (from Op. 3)
  14. Salve Regina, motet for tenor, SV 327
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The title and subtitle of this French release make pretty clear what listeners are getting: a collection of duo cantatas, performed by a single singer through the magic of multitracking. Interspersed with a few instrumental pieces, they come from the early and middle 17th century, from Monteverdi and his successors, and one reason to pick up the album might be that much of the music is unfamiliar and quite unpredictable and attractive once getting a feel for it. But of course the big question is the self-accompaniment by ...

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Cantate Deo (A due tenori) 2013, Alpha Productions

UPC: 3760014195358

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