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Claudio Monteverdi: Messa a quattro voci et salmi of 1650, Vol. I

The Sixteen, Harry Christophers

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1.1
Dixit Dominus (Primo) a 8, SV 191
Claudio Monteverdi; The Sixteen; Harry Christophers
7:32
1.2
Confitebor tibi Domine (Secondo) a due voci, SV 194
Claudio Monteverdi; The Sixteen; Harry Christophers
8:06
1.3
Lauda Jerusalem a 3, SV 202
Claudio Monteverdi; The Sixteen; Harry Christophers
8:49
1.4
Magnificat
Francesco Cavalli; The Sixteen; Harry Christophers
9:40
1.5
Laetatus sum a 5, SV 199
Claudio Monteverdi; The Sixteen; Harry Christophers
6:48
1.6
Nisi Dominus a 3, SV 200
Claudio Monteverdi; The Sixteen; Harry Christophers
7:02
1.7
Laudate pueri a 5, SV 196
Claudio Monteverdi; The Sixteen; Harry Christophers
5:06
1.8
Laetaniae della Beata Vergine a 6, SV 204
Claudio Monteverdi; The Sixteen; Harry Christophers
9:36
1.9
Beatus vir a 7, SV 195
Claudio Monteverdi; The Sixteen; Harry Christophers
8:48
Total Playing Time    71:27
Harry Christophers and his Grammy-nominated ensemble The Sixteen present this first volume dedicated to Monteverdi’s sacred vocal compositions; works which introduced the expression of powerful and personal emotions to the world of church music. Monteverdi grew to become a revered composer within his lifetime and a revolutionary, marking the transition between the Renaissance and Baroque. This album includes some of the finest works from Monteverdi’s years as director of music at St Mark’s in Venice, published posthumously in 1650 as the Messa a quattro voci et salmi.
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