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CAVALLI, Ensemble La Pifarescha, Bruno Gini

5 Magnificat and Other Sacred Works

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Various Artists - Francesco Cavalli: 5 Magnificat and Other Sacred Works 01. Mario Cecchetti - Magnificat, for 6 voices, 2 violins & continuo (after Monteverdi) (10:29) 02. Mario Cecchetti - Magnificat, for 8 voices & strings (15:46) 03. Bruno Gini - Canzona for 10 voices (from Musiche Sacre) (4:45) 04. Mario Cecchetti - Vespro (6) della Beata Vergine, for 8 voices & continuo- Magnificat a otto voci (5:19) 05. Mario Cecchetti - Vespero delle Domeniche, for 8 voices & continuo- Magnificat a otto voci (6:58) 06. Mario Cecchetti - Vespero delli cinque Laudate, for 8 voices- Magnificat a otto voci (3:32) 07. Gianluca Ferrarini - Laetatus Sum, for 3 voices & strings (9:06) 08. Bruno Gini - Canzona for 12 voices (from Musiche Sacre) (3:57) 09. Mario Cecchetti - Dixit Dominus, for 8 voices, 2 violins, cello, other instruments ad lib. (from Musiche Sacre) (11:57)
  • Ensemble La Pifarescha
  • Bruno Gini - conductor
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Nr kat.: CDS623
Label  : Dynamic (Italia)

CAST: The Choir Claudio Monteverdi: The ”Claudio Monteverdi Choir” of Crema was founded in 1986 by Bruno Gini.The repertoire is mainly made up of Renaissance and Baroque music: in particular, worth of note has been the work on the rediscovery of Pier Francesco Cavalli’s church music. In April 2007 it has been the first Italian choir invited to sing in Canterbury Cathedral (United Kingdom). Recently, the ”Monteverdi” has been praised by important critics for its performance in the Giovanni Bottesini’s Opera ”Ero e Leandro”. The Instrumental Ensemble la Pifarescha: The creation of the ensemble ”La Pifarescha” originates from the wish of some musicians to recreate the sound and the fascination of the ”High Chapel” - instrumental ensemble made up of wind instruments and often accompanied by percussions - which had a great diffusion in Europe during the Middle Age and in the Renaissance. The musicians - who play particular and rare instruments - make use of multi-instrumentalism and experiment many instrumental combinations: this determines the peculiar, characteristic sound of the ensemble.