Bergen Festival 2001

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Program: #01-43   Air Date: Oct 22, 2001

Monteverdi's Mass of Thanksgiving recreated by Paul McCreesh and the Gabrieli Consort.

Preservation of this program is made possible by a generous grant from Donald Klabunde.

NOTE: All of the music on this program is from the 2001 Bergen International Music Festival and is performed by the Gabrieli Consort and Players directed by Paul McCreesh. It is a recreation of the Mass of Thanksgiving for the end of the Plague in Venice, November 21, 1631.

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1). CESARE BENDINELLI: Tutta l'arte della trombetta.

2). GIOVANNI CROCE: Missa prima sexti toni a 5: Kyrie.

3). CLAUDIO MONTEVERDI: Selva morale e spirituale: Gloria.

4). Anon.: Collect; Epistle [plainchant].

5). GIOVANNI PICCHI: Canzon duodecima a 4.

6). GIOVANNI ROVETTA: Messa e salmi: Credo.

7). MONTEVERDI: Offertory: Ab aeterno ordinata sum.

8). CROCE: Missa prima sext toni a 5: Sanctus

9). PICCHI: Canzon quarta a 2.

10). CROCE: Missa prima sext toni a 5: Agnus dei.

11). FRANCESCO USPER: Sonata a 8.

12). MONTEVERDI: Deo gratis; Salve Regina.

Composer Info

CESARE BENDINELLI, GIOVANNI CROCE, CLAUDIO MONTEVERDI, GIOVANNI PICCHI, GIOVANNI ROVETTA, FRANCESCO USPER

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