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 内容介绍
英文片名1612: Italian Vespers
中文片名蓝光纯音乐 (2012)
类型音乐
地区美国
文件大小 11.31 GB, 蓝光原盘 1080p
文件格式 BDMV/AVC
音轨 LPCM 2.0
DTS-HDMA 2.0
TrueHD 2.0
字幕 无字幕


Title: 1612: Italian Vespers
Year: 2012
Genre: Classical
Conductor: Robert Hollingworth
Artist: I Fagiolini ensemble

Description:

The spectacular 2011 release by Robert Hollingworth and I Fagiolini that featured Striggio's Missa Ecco sì beato giorno and Tallis' Spem in alium, for 40 voices, won a Gramophone Early Music Award and a Diapason d'Or de l'Année. The same artists have recorded a similar and equally impressive album, 1612: Italian Vespers, made up of late Renaissance and early Baroque music that might have been used for a Feast of Our Lady of the Most Holy Rosary, with pieces by Lodovico Viadana, Giovanni and Andrea Gabrieli, Bartolomeo Barbarino, Francesco Soriano, Palestrina, and Monteverdi, as well as plainchant that would have been an integral part of the service. Much of the music is antiphonal and is written for nearly as many voices as the Striggio and Tallis. Here, as in the previous album, Hollingworth (using substantial scholarly research as support for the concept) uses instruments to replace some of the voices. That way, all the lines are heard and the result avoids the textural morass that can engulf Renaissance polyphony, what Hollingworth describes as "just a lovely gooey noise" and a "rich tiramisù of sound." The music of Viadana is featured prominently on the album. He was a contemporary and colleague of Monteverdi's and there is much in common in their music, which is high praise for Viadana, and a cause of celebration for its reintroduction. Many of his pieces, including several psalm settings and a versicle and response, are recorded here for the first time. One of the highlights of the album is a reconstruction of Giovanni Gabrieli's 28-voice Magnificat for seven antiphonal choirs plus continuo. Only music for two of the choirs survives, but because of Gabrieli's common use of echoes, and the fact that the piece is based on an earlier, still extant version for three choirs, it provided sufficient material for Hugh Keyte to reconstruct it. It's monumental in its scale and its impact, but far from monolithic; the grandest passages, which incorporate church bells and cannon fire, are balanced with moments of delicacy and transparency. I Fagiolini describes itself as an ensemble of soloists, and that seems entirely accurate; its members' voices are strong, pure, and distinctive, characteristics essential for carrying the independent lines in this kind of polyphony.

Tracklist:
   Lodovico Grossi da Viadana (1560 - 1627)
01. Versicle & Response: "Deus in adiutorium meum" 1:42
   Anonymous
02. Antiphon 1 - "Dum esset rex in accubitu suo" - Psalm 109 - "Dixit Dominus" 5:50
   Bartolomeo Barbarino (c.1568-c.1617)
03. "Exaudi Deus" 4:06
   Anonymous
04. Antiphon 2 - "Laeva eius sub capite meo" - Psalm 112 "Laudate pueri" 6:41
   Andrea Gabrieli (1532 / 3-1585)
05. "Benedictus Dominus Deus Sabaoth" 2:59
   Anonymous
06. Antiphon 3 - "Nigra sum sed formosa" - Psalm 121: "Laetatus sum" 6:39
   Lodovico Grossi da Viadana
07. "O dulcissima Maria" 2:17
   Anonymous
08. Antiphon 4 - "Iam hiems transiit" - Psalm 126 "Nisi Dominus" 5: 1
   Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina (1525 - 1594)
09. Quae Est Ista 3:04
   Anonymous
10. Antiphon 5 - "Speciosa facta es" - Psalm 147 "Lauda, ​​Ierusamem" 4:51
   Andrea Gabrieli
11. Toccata del 9. Tono 0:57
   Anonymous
12. Capitulum - "Ave, Maris Stella" 9:17
13. Versicle & Response - "Dignare me" 0:16
14. Magnificat antiphon - "Beatam me dicent" - Magnificat a20.a28. "Con il sicut locutus. In ecco" 9:27
   Claudio Monteverdi (1567 - 1643)
15. "Ab aeterno ordinata sum" 6:19
   Anonymous
16. Versicle & Response and Collect of the feast 1:31
   Giovanni Gabrieli (c.1554 / 7-1612)
17. Extraliturgical Motet: In ecclesiis 7:21

Issued: United States | Decca
Duration: 1:18:37