Lamentazione - Hannah Morrison (soprano); Les Arts Florissants; Maud Gnidzaz (soprano); Sean Clayton (tenor); Virginie Thomas (soprano);...
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  1. Stabat Mater, for double chorus & continuo in C minor
  2. Crucifixus, Motet a10
  3. Quam amarum est, Maria, motet
  4. Crucifixus (a16)
  5. Miserere mei deus, concertanto for 8 voices & continuo
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  1. Stabat Mater, for double chorus & continuo in C minor
  2. Crucifixus, Motet a10
  3. Quam amarum est, Maria, motet
  4. Crucifixus (a16)
  5. Miserere mei deus, concertanto for 8 voices & continuo
  6. Crucifixus, Motet a 6
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Here's a beautiful collection of Baroque choral music from a repertory that's been somewhat neglected, perhaps because its most substantial representative, Domenico Scarlatti's Stabat Mater 10, has been transmitted in versions that don't make a clear performance practice obvious. Lamentazione, or laments for the crucified Jesus Christ, called forth an antique style, with heavy use of polyphony and sometimes polychoral (multiple-choir) textures. Yet the composers represented here didn't simply write pieces in the ...

Lamentazione 2011, Virgin Classics

UPC: 5099907090721

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