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Bonifazio Graziani: Adae Oratorium - Filli Prodigi - Five Motets

Consortium Carissimi, Garrick Comeaux

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Motets  
1.1
O miracula
Bonifazio Graziani; Consortium Carissimi; Garrick Comeaux
7:57
1.2
Beati mundo corde
Bonifazio Graziani; Consortium Carissimi; Garrick Comeaux
6:20
1.3
Venite, audite
Bonifazio Graziani; Consortium Carissimi; Garrick Comeaux
5:39
1.4
Quis dabit capiti meo
Bonifazio Graziani; Consortium Carissimi; Garrick Comeaux
8:18
1.5
Quid est hoc
Bonifazio Graziani; Consortium Carissimi; Garrick Comeaux
5:58
Adae Oratorium  
1.6
Part One
Bonifazio Graziani; Consortium Carissimi; Garrick Comeaux
9:48
1.7
Part Two
Bonifazio Graziani; Consortium Carissimi; Garrick Comeaux
11:06
Filli Prodigi Oratorium  
1.8
Part One
Bonifazio Graziani; Consortium Carissimi; Garrick Comeaux
8:25
1.9
Part Two
Bonifazio Graziani; Consortium Carissimi; Garrick Comeaux
7:50
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    71:21
Period music ensemble the Consortium Carissimi aims to present neglected Italian music of the 16th and 17th centuries with recordings like this one, devoted to italian composer and priest Bonifazio Graziani. One of the most distinguished proponents of the small-scale motet, which was at the heart of musical practice in the Roman Catholic Church of the mid-17th century, Graziani's elegant mixture of text, melody and harmonic accompaniment is highly distinctive, with the two oratorios revealing the extent of his compositional breadth. This album consists entirely of world premieres.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Naxos Studio Masters

Recorded in the Church of Saint Mary of the Purification, Marystown, Shakopee, MN, USA, 21st - 25th July 2014 Producers: Garrett Lahr and Garrick Comeaux Engineer and editor: Reid Kruger at Waterbury Music+Sound Cover image: Il Figliol Prodigo, fresco by Domenico Piola (1627-1703), Chiesa di San Luca, Genoa, Italy Photo: Paolo Zeccara Booklet notes: Garrick Comeaux

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