The Gonzaga Band – Venice 1629 (2018) [FLAC 24bit/96kHz]

The Gonzaga Band – Venice 1629 (2018) 
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/96 kHz | Time – 01:08:19 minutes | 1,14 GB | Genre: Classical
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Front Cover | © Resonus Classics

1629 was a remarkable year for new music in Venice. Heinrich Schütz came to the city to learn of the new Italian style from Claudio Monteverdi and his contemporaries, publishing his seminal first volume of Symphoniae Sacrae during his visit.

Further innovative collections from Dario Castello, Alessandro Grandi and Biagio Marini contributed to this pivotal moment in the development of the early Baroque style. Acclaimed period ensemble The Gonzaga Band, with director Jamie Savan, makes its Resonus debut with a fascinating programme that encapsulates an extraordinary year in the life of this most musical of cities.

Tracklist:
1. Sonata terza (05:41)
2. Exulta, filia Sion, SV 303 (05:19)
3. Canzon prima, per quattro violini, ò cornetti (03:12)
4. Paratum cor meum, SWV 257 (04:22)
5. Sonata per l’organo, violino, ò cornetto (03:47)
6. Regina caeli (03:04)
7. Corrente detta La Granda (02:00)
8. Plaudite, cantate (04:32)
9. Capriccio, che due violini, sonano quattro par (04:15)
10. Congratulamini mihi (02:48)
11. Maria Virgo (04:04)
12. Salva me, salutaris Hostia (03:43)
13. Lilia convallium (03:40)
14. Corrente detta La Priula (02:13)
15. Sonata senza cadenza (03:04)
16. Exultavit cor meum, SWV 258 (05:20)
17. Sonata decima settima, in ecco (07:15)

Personnel:
The Gonzaga Band:
Faye Newton, soprano
Jamie Savan, director & cornets
Helen Roberts, cornet
Oliver Webber, violin
Theresa Caudle, violin & cornet
Steven Devine, organ & harpsichord

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