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Marco Beasley – Cantate Deo: A voce sola, in dialogo (2013) [Official Digital Download 24bit/96kHz]

Marco Beasley – Cantate Deo: A voce sola, in dialogo (2013)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/96 kHz  | Time – 01:01:57 minutes | 1,13 GB | Genre: Classical
Studio Masters, Official Digital Download | Booklet, Front Cover | © Alpha

Marco Beasley offers us an original way to discover the Italian religious repertoire for two tenors of the nascent Baroque. In fact, his fantastic experience as a singer allowed him to record these ‘sacred concerts for two voices’ alone, thanks to the technique of re-recording. A new dimension opens up to the listener thanks to the astonishing artistic coherence offered by this technique. And beyond technique, this disc attests to the emotion, both double and unique, guiding the musical gesture.

In addition, this recording will allow to discover numerous unjustly forgotten composers such as Donati, Caprioli, Giamberti, Sances et al., whose qualities of writing are comparable to those of the great Monteverdi (represented here by the Salve Regina and Jubilet tota civitas).

The programme is judiciously rounded off by three magnificent sonate da chiesa by Castello, Marini and Fontana. On no account should this blockbuster disc be missed!

01. Ave maris stella
02. O beate Hieronime
03. Cantate Deo
04. Sonata a 3, sopra “Fuggi dolente core”
05. Jubilet tota civitas
06. Virgo prudentissima
07. Cantabo Domino
08. Sonata a tre
09. Stabat Mater dolorosa
10. In te, Domine, speravi
11. Salve Regina
12. Sonata VII
13. Surrexit pastor bonus
14. Salve Regina

Busatti, Cherubino (1619-44)
Caprioli, Giovanni Paolo (?-1627)
Cima, Giovanni Paolo (c.1570-c.1622)
Donati, Ignazio (c.1570-1638)
Fontana, Giovanni Battista (d.c.1630)
Giamberti, Giuseppe (1600-1662/4)
Grandi, Alessandro (c.1575-1630)
Gratiani, Bonifatio (1605-64)
Graziani, Bonifazio (c.1604-1677)
Marini, Biagio (c.1597-1665)
Monteverdi, Claudio Giovanni Antonio (1567-1643)
Sances, Giovanni Felice (c.1600-79)

Marco Beasley, Guido Morini (tenor)


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