Gesualdo da Venosa: Sacrarum cantionum quinque vocibus Odhecaton & Paolo Da Col

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Album-Release:
2014

HRA-Release:
30.05.2014

Label: Ricercar

Genre: Classical

Subgenre: Vocal

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  • Carlo Gesualdo da Venosa (1566-1613): Sacrarum Cantionum quinque vocibus, Liber primus (1603):
  • 1O vos omnes02:46
  • Giovanni Maria Trabaci:
  • 2Consonanze stravaganti02:07
  • 3Domine, ne despicias deprecationem meam02:15
  • 4Sancti Spiritus, Domine01:45
  • 5Exaudi, Deus, deprecationem meam02:30
  • 6Venit lumen tuum02:29
  • 7Illumina faciem tuam02:58
  • Giovanni de Macque:
  • 8Intrata d'organo02:57
  • 9Maria, Mater gratiae03:01
  • 10Precibus et meritis02:21
  • 11Ave, dulcissima Maria03:50
  • 12Dignare me laudare te01:46
  • 13Ave Regina cœlorum03:02
  • Luzzascho Luzzaschi:
  • 14Ave Maris stella01:53
  • 15Hei mihi Domine02:57
  • 16Tribulationem et dolorem03:10
  • 17Peccantem me quotidie03:53
  • 18Reminiscere miserationum tuarum03:14
  • 19Tribularer si nescirem03:26
  • 20Laboravi in gemitu meo02:11
  • 21Deus, refugium et virtus02:35
  • Giovanni de Macque:
  • 22Consonanze stravaganti02:20
  • 23O Crux benedicta03:01
  • Total Runtime01:02:27

Info for Gesualdo da Venosa: Sacrarum cantionum quinque vocibus

Although the madrigals of Carlo Gesualdo da Venosa constitute the best-known part of his oeuvre, his religious music is no less important, revealing a completely different facet of the composer. Aside from the Responsoria (1611), of which Philippe Herreweghe recently made a magnificent recording, most of Gesulado’s religious music was published in 1603 under the title Sacrarum cantionum. Unlike the Responsoria, intended for Holy Week services, the motets of 1603 are settings of texts for all circumstances of the liturgical year. For this recording, made in the Santa Trinità abbey church in Venosa, Odhecaton has enriched the sound palette of its men’s voices with a few instruments, including an ensemble of violas da gamba. Liuwe Tamminga counterpoints this programme with selected pieces by Giovanni Maria Trabaci and Giovanni de Macque on an historical organ of the Venosa region.

Alessandro Carmignani, counter-tenor
Andrea Arrivabene, counter-tenor
Gianluigi Ghiringhelli, counter-tenor
Renzo Bez, counter-tenor
Alberto Allegrezza, tenor
Gianluca Ferrarini, tenor
Vincenzo Di Donato, tenor
Paolo Fanciullacci, tenor
Marco Scavazza, baritone
Mauro Borgioni, baritone
Davide Benetti, bass
Marcello Vargetto, bass
Andrea Inghisciano, cornet
Marta Graziolino, harp
Giangiacomo Pinardi, lute
Michele Pasotti, theorbo
Ensemble Mare Nostrum
Andrea De Carlo, conductor, viol
Amélie Chemin, viol
Sarah van Oudenhove, viol
François Joubert-Caillet, viol
Liuwe Tamminga, organ
Paolo Da Col, conductor and direction

Recorded at Sacrarum Cantionum: October 2013, Venosa, Abbazia della SS. Trinità
Organ pieces: October 2013, Molfetta, Chiesa di San Bernardino
Artistic direction, recording & editing by Jérôme Lejeune

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