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Monteverdi / Cappella Vocale, Hamburg, Martin Behrmann, Martin Nitz, Christine Holsten, Roswitha Friedrich, Mathias Siedel - Madrigals & Instrumental Interludes download album

  • Performer: Monteverdi
  • Title: Madrigals & Instrumental Interludes
  • Genre: Classical
  • Formats: AAC AUD MP1 MP3 WMA APE AU
  • Released: 1979
  • Style: Renaissance, Baroque
  • MP3 album: 1563 mb
  • FLAC album: 1497 mb
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Monteverdi / Cappella Vocale, Hamburg, Martin Behrmann, Martin Nitz, Christine Holsten, Roswitha Friedrich, Mathias Siedel - Madrigals & Instrumental Interludes download album

Matrix, Runout (Side 1): VQS 5880.

Martin Behrmann (born July 16, 1930 in Dessau; † January 5, 2014 in Löningen in Oldenburger Münsterland) was a German choir director and university teacher. Claudio Monteverdi, Cappella Vocale Hamburg, Martin Behrmann, Martin Nitz, Christine Holsten, Roswitha Friedrich, Mathias Siedel, Vox Productions, Inc. 1979. Die Sechs Lateinischen Messen. Franz Schubert, Eva Csapó, Kari Lövaas, Peter Maus, Gerhard Faulstich, Spandauer Kantorei, Cappella Vocale Hamburg, Bach-Collegium Berlin Leitung: Martin Behrmann. Lamento D'Arianna ~ Sestina ~ Madrigali. Claudio Monteverdi - Cappella Vocale Hamburg, Martin Behrmann, Vox Productions, Inc. 1974. Missa De Beata Virgine, 3 Motets.

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Discover and play Cappella Vocale Hamburg songs with lyrics. Franz Schubert, Spandauer Kantorei Berlin, Cappella Vocale Hamburg, Bach Collegium Berlin, Martin Behrmann, Kari Lövaas, Hilke Helling, Richard Graeger, Gerhard Faulstich. Mass No. 5 in A-Flat Major, D. 678: VI. Agnus dei.

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This multimedia album mixes music with poetry and classic photographic portraits of the poets. The connection comes through composer Michael Hoppe, who had recently rediscovered the 5,000 image collection of his grandfather, famed portrait photographer . Each of the 11 pieces for solo cello (performed by Swiss cellist Martin Tillman) was inspired by a separate poem; the liner notes match poem to portrait. The orchestra hushes and the cello cries tender tears. Hoppe offers a whole album of just those moments. Tillman plays with extreme warmth and sensitivity; Hoppe's piano and string chamber ensemble arrangements on the keyboard present the cello like the a blue robin's egg in the nest. Hoppe says that the pieces were fully rehearsed and played live in the studio, all the way through with no overdubbing; the album has that immediacy and integrity.

Gaubert composed a wide variety of instrumental, orchestral and vocal music, plus two operas, and it is not surprising that many of his most effective compositions are for flute. Madrigal was composed in 1908, the year Gaubert's teacher Paul Taffenel died. The introduction appears to have been inspired by César Franck's violin sonata, while there is a connection with Fauré melodically.

Tracklist

A1 Claudio Monteverdi Por Che Del Mio Dolore 1:26
A2 Claudio Monteverdi Filli Cara E Amata 1:43
A3 Claudio Monteverdi Se Nel Partir Da Voi 1:50
A4 Biagio Marini "Il Priulino" From "Arie Madrigali Et Correnti," Venice 1630 For Alto And Tenor Recorder, Bass Viol And Harpsichord 1:38
A5 Biagio Marini "La Capriola" 1:18
A6 Claudio Monteverdi Dolcissimi Legami 2:09
A7 Claudio Monteverdi Non Si Levava Ancor 2:50
A8 Claudio Monteverdi E Dicea L'una Sospirando 3:30
A9 Claudio Monteverdi Tutte Le Bocche Belle 1:28
A10 Giovanni Paolo Cima Trio Sonata In A From "Concerti Ecclesiastici," Milan 1610 For Tenor Recorder, Descant Viol, Bass Viol And Harpsichord 3:16
B1 Giovanni Battista Fontana "Sonata Prima" For Tenor Recorder, Bass Viol And Harpsichord 3:58
B2 Claudio Monteverdi Perfidissimo Volto 2:37
B3 Claudio Monteverdi Ch'io Non T'ami 3:11
B4 Claudio Monteverdi O Primavera 1:50
B5 Salomone Rossi "Sonata A 3 Sopra L'Aria Della Romanesca," Venice 1613, For 2 Tenor Recorders, Bass Viol And Harpsichord 2:39
B6 Claudio Monteverdi Rimanti In Pace 2:26
B7 Claudio Monteverdi Ond'ei Di Morte 2:42

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Vox Productions, Inc.

Credits

  • Chorus – Cappella Vocale, Hamburg* (tracks: A1 to A3, A5 to A9, B2 to B4, B6, B7)
  • Composed By – Biagio Marini (tracks: A4, A5), Claudio Monteverdi (tracks: A1 to A3, A6 to A9, B2 to B4, B6, B7), Giovanni Battista Fontana (tracks: B1), Giovanni Paolo Cima (tracks: A10), Salomone Rossi (tracks: B5)
  • Conductor – Martin Behrmann (tracks: A1 to A3, A5 to A9, B2 to B4, B6, B7)
  • Harpsichord – Mathias Siedel (tracks: A4, A10, B1, B5)
  • Recorder – Christine Holsten (tracks: A4, B5), Martin Nitz (tracks: A4, A10, B1, B5)
  • Sleeve Notes – Giuseppe Sassobruno
  • Viol – Christine Holsten (tracks: A10), Roswitha Friedrich (tracks: A4, A10, B5)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1): VQS 5880
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2): VQS 5881


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