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Francesco Cavalli, a central figure in the development of 17th-century Italian music, was as popular in his time as Verdi was in his. Though Cavalli was immensely successful as an operatic composer he wrote important sacred works in the grandiose tradition of the chapel of St Mark's in Venice as well as shorter, more intense or spiritual pieces. These proved to be revolutionary in their individualism and Cavalli's stylistic and expressive creativity can be heard in this selection which includes the world premiere recording of Confitebor. All come from a single collection published in 1656.
Francesco Cavalli, a central figure in the development of 17th-century Italian music, was as popular in his time as Verdi was in his. Though Cavalli was immensely successful as an operatic composer he wrote important sacred works in the grandiose tradition of the chapel of St Mark's in Venice as well as shorter, more intense or spiritual pieces. These proved to be revolutionary in their individualism and Cavalli's stylistic and expressive creativity can be heard in this selection which includes the world premiere recording of Confitebor. All come from a single collection published in 1656.
8007144080112
Cavalli / Santi / Fumagalli / Dzeganovsky - Hymns Psalms & Song

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Format: CD
Label: DYNAMIC
Rel. Date: 01/19/2024
UPC: 8007144080112

Hymns Psalms & Song
Artist: Cavalli / Santi / Fumagalli / Dzeganovsky
Format: CD
New: In Stock $18.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Confitebor (Arr. A. Nobili for Choir and Chamber Ensemble) [15:34]
2. Beatus Vir (Arr. A. Nobili for Vocal Ensemble) [18:29]
3. Canzon a 3 (Arr. A. Nobili for Chamber Ensemble) [07:40]
4. Deus Tuorum Militum (Arr. A. Nobili for Vocal Ensemble) [04:19]
5. Exsultet Orbis (Arr. A. Nobili for Vocal Ensemble) [05:35]
6. In Convertendo (Arr. A. Nobili for Vocal Ensemble) [06:28]

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Francesco Cavalli, a central figure in the development of 17th-century Italian music, was as popular in his time as Verdi was in his. Though Cavalli was immensely successful as an operatic composer he wrote important sacred works in the grandiose tradition of the chapel of St Mark's in Venice as well as shorter, more intense or spiritual pieces. These proved to be revolutionary in their individualism and Cavalli's stylistic and expressive creativity can be heard in this selection which includes the world premiere recording of Confitebor. All come from a single collection published in 1656.
        
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