Bergen Festival 2001

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Program: #01-40   Air Date: Oct 01, 2001

Sacred music from early Baroque Naples.

Preservation of this program is made possible by a generous grant from Moultrie Sessions.

NOTE: All of the music on this program is from the 2001 Bergen International Music Festival and is performed by the Cappella della Pieta de'Turchini directed by Antonio Florio.

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1). BARTOLOMEO MONTALBANO (flourished 1st half 16th c.): Three Motets for Two Voices and Basso Continuo.

2). DOMENICO ARCUCCI (fl.circa 1600): Dialogue Between the Angel and Mary Magdalene for Two Sopranos and Basso Continuo.

3). FRANCESCO PROVENZALE (1624-1704): La Colomba Ferita (1670--Oratorio on the life of Santa Rosalia, Patron Saint of Palermo).

Composer Info

BARTOLOMEO MONTALBANO (flourished 1st half 16th c.), DOMENICO ARCUCCI (fl.circa 1600), FRANCESCO PROVENZALE (1624-1704)

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