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Wydawnictwo: Accent
Nr katalogowy: ACC 24345
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: kwiecień 2018
EAN: 4015023243453
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Epoka muzyczna: renesans, barok
Obszar (język): włoski
Instrumenty: organy, kornet
Rodzaj: hymn, pieśń

Gabrieli / Bassano / Gabrieli: San Marco di Venezia - The Golden Age

Accent - ACC 24345
Les Traversees Baroques:
Anne Magouet, soprano
Capucine Keller, soprano
Paulin Bündgen, alto
Pascal Bertin, alto
Hugues Primard, tenor
Vincent Bouchot, tenor
Renaud Delaigue, bass
Judith Pacquier, cornett
Sarah Dubus, cornett
Claire McIntyre, sackbut
Abel Rohrbach, sackbut
James Wigfull, sackbut
Monika Fischaleck, bassoon
Laurent Stewart, organ / Etienne Meyer
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Giovanni Gabrieli:
Confitebor tibi Domine a 13
Miserere mei a 6
Canzon prima a 5
Vox Domini a 10
Canzon terza
O Jesu mi dulcissime a 8
Exaudi Deus a 7

Giovanni Bassano:
Viri Sancti a 6
Quem vidistis pastores a 8
Nativitas tua a 7
Deus, qui beatum Marcum a 8
Hodie Christus a 7
Ave Regina a 12

Claudio Merulo:
Canzon alla francese, dita la Benvenuta
Canzon a la francese, dita la Bovia

Andrea Gabrieli:
Toccata del nono tono

Giovanni Bassano/Pierluigi da Palestrina:
Ave Maria
Veni dilecte mi
It is well known that in Venice a “Golden Age” of compositional, vocal, and instrumental musical creativity and virtuosity emerged, then flourished during the mid-1500s to the mid-1700s. The 16th century experienced a substantial development in the cappella ducale of Saint Mark’s which, until the end of the 17th century, remained the leading centre of musical activity in the city. Evidence of this comes from the profusion of significant musicians which it received in that “Golden Age”: either as maestri di cappella, or as organists (Claudio Merulo, Andrea and Giovanni Gabrieli), or as virtuoso instrumentalists (the cornett player Giovanni Bassano).

Claudio Merulo and Andrea Gabrieli played a decisive role in the simultaneous emergence of Venetian keyboard and stile concertato music. The latter’s nephew Giovanni Gabrieli can be thought of as the standard-bearer of the Venetian School as a whole. The cornett virtuoso Giovanni Bassano composed magnificent polychoral motets in stile concertato for the idiosyncratic liturgy found at St Mark’s. With such works Bassano emerges as the worthy successor of the Gabrielis.

Recording: 16-19 July 2017, l’Église Saint Martin de Hoff, Sarrebourg, Moselle (France), Tr. 3,7,15: 19-20 October 2017, Chiesa di Valvasone (Italy)

Zobacz także:

  • CDA 67957
  • ACC 24282
  • CDA 66908
  • CHR 77422