Francesco Cavalli: Vespero delli cinque Laudate - Alessandro Carmignani (alto); Elena Bertuzzi (soprano); Ensemble de Saqueboutiers; Florin Cezar Ouatu (counter tenor);...
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  1. Vespero delli cinque Laudate, for 8 voices
  2. Canzona 8
  3. Plaudite, cantate cimbalis, motet for 3 voices
  4. In virtute tua Domine, motet for 3 voicesi
  5. Magnificat, for 6 voices, 2 violins & continuo (after Monteverdi)
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  1. Vespero delli cinque Laudate, for 8 voices
  2. Canzona 8
  3. Plaudite, cantate cimbalis, motet for 3 voices
  4. In virtute tua Domine, motet for 3 voicesi
  5. Magnificat, for 6 voices, 2 violins & continuo (after Monteverdi)
  6. Laudate Dominum, psalm for 8 voices
  7. Lauda Jerusalem, psalm for 8 voices & ensemble
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Francesco Cavalli (1602-1676) succeeded Monteverdi as maestro di cappella at St. Mark's and as the preeminent opera composer in Venice. His operas, which sparkle with wit, drama, and expressiveness, were modeled on Monteverdi's while further developing the form, and they remain vital and effective music theater. In the sacred music recorded here, however, Cavalli was staunchly conservative, even regressive, writing in a style more representative of the late sixteenth or early seventeenth century than the mid to late ...

Francesco Cavalli: Vespero delli cinque Laudate 2007, Dynamic

UPC: 8007144605209

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