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Amadio Freddi: Vespers (1616)

The Gonzaga Band, Jamie Savan

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1.1
Domine ad adiuvandum
Ignazio Donati; The Gonzaga Band; Jamie Savan
2:13
1.2
Dixit Dominus
Amadio Freddi; The Gonzaga Band; Jamie Savan
5:20
Sinfonia  
1.3
La Cornera
Biagio Marini; The Gonzaga Band; Jamie Savan
2:29
1.4
Intonazione del Secondo Tono
Giovanni Gabrieli; Steven Devine; The Gonzaga Band; Jamie Savan
0:28
1.5
Laudate Pueri
Amadio Freddi; The Gonzaga Band; Jamie Savan
4:03
1.6
Tota pulchra es
Alessandro Grandi; The Gonzaga Band; Jamie Savan
4:39
1.7
Laetatus sum
Amadio Freddi; The Gonzaga Band; Jamie Savan
5:26
1.8
Seconda Sonata
Dario Castello; The Gonzaga Band; Jamie Savan
4:43
1.9
Intonazione del Ottavo Tono
Giovanni Gabrieli; Steven Devine; The Gonzaga Band; Jamie Savan
0:34
1.10
Nisi Dominus
Amadio Freddi; The Gonzaga Band; Jamie Savan
4:12
1.11
Cognoscam te, Domine
Amadio Freddi; The Gonzaga Band; Jamie Savan
2:57
1.12
Intonazione del Terzo et Quarto Tono
Giovanni Gabrieli; Steven Devine; The Gonzaga Band; Jamie Savan
0:36
1.13
Lauda Jerusalem
Amadio Freddi; The Gonzaga Band; Jamie Savan
3:51
Sinfona  
1.14
La Martinenga
Biagio Marini; The Gonzaga Band; Jamie Savan
2:24
1.15
Ave maris stella
Amadio Freddi; The Gonzaga Band; Jamie Savan
3:36
1.16
Salve Regina
Amadio Freddi; The Gonzaga Band; Jamie Savan
2:46
1.17
Intonazione del Sesto Tono
Andrea Gabrieli; Steven Devine; The Gonzaga Band; Jamie Savan
1:21
1.18
Magnificat Sesto Tono
Amadio Freddi; The Gonzaga Band; Jamie Savan
6:24
Total Playing Time    58:02
Following the international success of their first album on Resonus, Venice 1629, Jamie Savan with his acclaimed period group The Gonzaga Band continue their exploration of lesser-known music in the Baroque Venetian orbit. Here they uncover the Vespers (1616), a forgotten masterpiece by Amadio Freddi, maestro di cappella of Treviso Cathedral during Monteverdi’s tenure at St Mark’s in Venice. Luminous vocal textures and sparkling instrumental writing, together with harmonic originality and melodic invention combine to reveal a fascinating composer with a unique voice, heard again for the first time in this world premiere recording.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Resonus Classics Studio Masters

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