Monteverdi: Madrigali, Vol. 3 - Venezia - Cyril Costanzo (bass); Hannah Morrison (soprano); Les Arts Florissants; Les Arts Florissants; Lisandro Abadie (bass);...
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  1. Tempro la cetra, madrigal for tenor & strings (from Book 7), SV 117: Sinfonia
  2. Al lume delle stelle, madrigal for 2 sopranos, tenor & bass (from Book 7), SV 138
  3. Con che soavitą, labbra odorate, madrigal for soprano and instruments (from Book 7), SV 139
  4. Chiome d'oro, bel thesoro, madrigal for 2 sopranos, 2 violins and lute/harpsichord (from Book 7), SV 143
  5. Interrotte speranze, madrigal for 2 voices (from Book 7), SV 132
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  1. Tempro la cetra, madrigal for tenor & strings (from Book 7), SV 117: Sinfonia
  2. Al lume delle stelle, madrigal for 2 sopranos, tenor & bass (from Book 7), SV 138
  3. Con che soavitą, labbra odorate, madrigal for soprano and instruments (from Book 7), SV 139
  4. Chiome d'oro, bel thesoro, madrigal for 2 sopranos, 2 violins and lute/harpsichord (from Book 7), SV 143
  5. Interrotte speranze, madrigal for 2 voices (from Book 7), SV 132
  6. Se i languidi miei sguardi (Lettera amorosa), madrigal for soprano (from Book 7), SV 141
  7. Tirsi e Clori, ballet (from Book 7), SV 145
  8. Altri canti d'amor, dramatic madrigal for 6 voices, 2 violins & 4 violas (from Book 8), SV 146
  9. Dolcissimo uscignolo, madrigal for 5 voices (from Book 8), SV 161
  10. Lamento Della Ninfa, madrigal in 3 sections for 1-4 voices (from Book 8), SV 163
  11. Combattimento di Tancredi e Clorinda, dramatic cantata (from Book 8), SV 153
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Claudio Monteverdi is usually regarded as an early Baroque composer, though he was actually a transitional figure between the Renaissance and Baroque periods, and his music gradually changed from the prima prattica or the older polyphonic choral style perfected by Palestrina, to the innovative use of solo voices with instrumental accompaniment, known as the seconda prattica . This evolution is evident in Monteverdi's eight books of madrigals, which were published between 1587 and 1638. Paul Agnew and Les Arts Florissants ...

Monteverdi: Madrigali, Vol. 3 - Venezia 2017, Harmonia Mundi

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