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Monteverdi: Teatro D'amore
Artist: L'Arpeggiata
Format: Vinyl

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Label: ERATO
Rel. Date: 03/03/2023
UPC: 5054197250101

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DISC: 1

1. L'orfeo, SV 318: Toccata
2. Ohimè Ch'io Cado, SV 316
3. L'incoronazione Di Poppea, SV 308, Act 3: "Pur Ti Miro" (Neron, Popea)
4. Damigella Tutta Bella, SV 235
5. Madrigals, Book 8: Lamento Della Ninfa, SV 163: IV. Amor
6. SI Dolce E'l Tormento, SV 332
7. L'orfeo, SV 318, Act 5: Sinfonie ; Moresca
8. Madrigals, Book 7: Interrotte Speranze, SV 132
9. Chiome D'oro, Bel Thesoro, SV 143
10. L'incoronazione Di Poppea, SV 308, Act 2: "Oblivion Soave" (Arnalta)
11. Hor Che'l Ciel E la Terra E'l Vento Tace, SV 147
12. Madrigals, Book 8: Ballo, SV 154B
13. Madrigals, Book 8: Vago Augelletto Che Cantado Vai, SV 156
14. Zefiro Torna E Di Soavi Accenti, SV 251

More Info:

Christina Pluhar states: "Monteverdi's most admirable trait is the enormous diversity of compositional techniques that he masters and interweaves with supreme skill. Our aim in this recording is to bring out the varietà of his secular compositions. The modernity that runs like a constant thread through his pieces and makes his music seem timeless even in the twenty-first century is selfevident if one considers, for example, his use of ostinato basses. Jazz musicians are supposed to have 'invented' the walking bass in the 1940s, but already in Monteverdi we find ostinato basses which diverge from the standard ostinatos of the seventeenth century, that are unique of their kind and sound extremely modern." The BBC Magazine reviews the performance as "technical perfection". The easy informality with each other and the music, with which these pieces are performed, makes for a captivating listen. One of the most exciting Baroque performances to hit the record shelves this year. A Must Listen."