Gesualdo: O dolce mio tesoro. Madrigali a cinque voci, Libro sesto (1611) Collegium Vocale Gent & Philippe Herreweghe

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Album-Release:
2016

HRA-Release:
27.10.2016

Label: Phi

Genre: Classical

Subgenre: Vocal

Album including Album cover Booklet (PDF)

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  • Carlo Gesualdo (1566-1613): Madrigali a cinque voci, Libro sesto (1611):
  • 1Se la mia morte brami03:37
  • 2Belta, poi che tassenti03:03
  • 3Tu piangi, o Filli mia03:10
  • 4Resta di darmi noia02:57
  • 5Chiaro risplender suole03:43
  • 6Lo parto e non piu dissi, che il dolore02:51
  • 7Mille volte il di moro e voi, empi sospiri03:12
  • 8O dolce mio tesoro02:47
  • 9Deh come invan sospiro02:57
  • 10Io pur respiro in cosi gran dolore02:44
  • 11Alme damor rubelle01:56
  • 12Candido e verde fiore02:02
  • 13Ardita Zanzaretta03:07
  • 14Ardo per te, mio bene, ma lardore03:10
  • 15Ancide sol la morte02:23
  • 16Quel no crudel, che la mia speme ancise02:24
  • 17Moro, lasso! Al mio duolo03:34
  • 18Volan quasi farfalle ai vostri almi splendori02:37
  • 19Al mio gioir il ciel si fa sereno02:14
  • 20Tu segui, o bella Clori, un fuggitivo core02:20
  • 21Ancor che per amarti io mi consumi03:08
  • 22Gia piansi nel dolore02:12
  • 23Quando ridente e bella02:27
  • Total Runtime01:04:35

Info for Gesualdo: O dolce mio tesoro. Madrigali a cinque voci, Libro sesto (1611)

A personality has who provoked considerable controversy over the centuries, Carlo Gesualdo (1566-1613), aristocrat, musician and murderer of his first wife, is no less a composer whose music is marked by subtlety and refinement. His innovative Sixth Book of Madrigals, written two years before his death, exploits all harmonic, chromatic, and textural possibilities to meet the texts’ expressive requirements and proves to be a veritable masterpiece of the genre.

After a first disc devoted to the Italian composer’s sacred works, the Tenebrae Responsoria, Philippe Herreweghe and his Collegium Vocale Gent invite us to (re)discover his secular music for the 450th anniversary of his birth. In masterful fashion, they propose a delicate, expressive reading of this complex music, doing justice to the modernity of the musical language of the Prince of Venosa. The acoustics of the church in the little Tuscan village of Asciano, where the programme was recorded in 2015, provides an ideal sound setting for this music.

Collegium Vocale Gent
Philippe Herreweghe, conductor

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