November 2016#16-49 (11/28/16)
The secular side of the early Baroque with music from Cremona, consort works by Carlo Farina, and the early songs about Orpheus that were so inspirational in the creation of the art form of the opera.
Composer: Francesco Corteccia (1502-1571) , Alessandro DEMOFONTE, Bartolomeo TROMBONCINO (1470-1535), Serafino RAZZI (1531-1611), Innocentius DAMMONIS (?-1531), Giacomo FOGLIANO (1468-1548), Alfonso DELLA VIOLA (c1508-c1574), Sigismondo D'INDIA (c1582-1629), Claudio SARACINI (1586-1630),Alessandro STRIGGIO (c1536-1592), Giulio CACCINI (1551-1618), Jacques ARCADELT (1507-1568), Carlo Farina, Claudio Monteverdi, Florentio Maschera
CD Info: CD RIC 354, CPO CD 555 034-2, CD CDA 0292
New sacred music recordings by the Marian Consort of works by Gesualdo, New York Polyphony performing Palestrina and Victoria, and some world-premiere recordings of music by Palestrina’s successor in Rome, Giovanni Mario Nanino.
Composer: Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina, Tomás Luis de Victoria, Guerrero, Giovanni Maria Nanino (1544–1607), Carlo Gesualdo
CD Info: CD BIS-2203, CD TOCC 0235, CDDCD34176
Another Lowlander who worked for Charles V, the four-CD recording of Vaet's sacred music featuring the Dufay Ensemble is finally available.
Composer: Jacobus VAET (c. 1529-1567)
CD Info: CD 95365
Secular works by Juan Hidalgo, sacred music of Juan Bautista Gomes, and love songs from the 17th century court.
Composer: Andrea Falconieri, José Marín, Juan Hidalgo, Francisco Guerau, Mateo Romero, Gaspar Sanz, Juan Bautista Comes
CD Info: CDGCD P33204, CD 95231, LAU015
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