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Monteverdi: The Sacred Music, Vol. 3 - Carolyn Sampson (soprano); Charles Daniels (tenor); Daniel Auchincloss (high tenor vocal); Eligio Quinteiro (chitarrone);...
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  1. Dixit Dominus II, motet for 8 voices, 2 violins & 4 violas/trombones (from Selva morale et spirituale), SV 264
  2. Sancta Maria, succurre miseris, motet for 2 sopranos, SV 328
  3. Lauda, Jerusalem, Dominum (I), motet for alto, tenor & bass (from Messa a quatro voci, et Salmi ), SV 202
  4. Momento, et omnis mansuetudini eius, motet for 8 voices (from Selva morale e spirituale), SV 276
  5. Confitebor tibi, Domine III (Terzo alla francese), motet for 5 voices/or 1 voice & 4 strings (from Salve morale e spirituale), SV 267
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  1. Dixit Dominus II, motet for 8 voices, 2 violins & 4 violas/trombones (from Selva morale et spirituale), SV 264
  2. Sancta Maria, succurre miseris, motet for 2 sopranos, SV 328
  3. Lauda, Jerusalem, Dominum (I), motet for alto, tenor & bass (from Messa a quatro voci, et Salmi ), SV 202
  4. Momento, et omnis mansuetudini eius, motet for 8 voices (from Selva morale e spirituale), SV 276
  5. Confitebor tibi, Domine III (Terzo alla francese), motet for 5 voices/or 1 voice & 4 strings (from Salve morale e spirituale), SV 267
  6. Christe, adoramus te, motet for 5 voices, SV 294
  7. Salve Regina (II), for 2 voices (from Selva morale e spirituale), SV 284
  8. Nisi Dominus aedificaverit domum (I), for soprano, tenor, bass & 2 violins (from Mass for 4 voices & Psalms), SV 200
  9. Cantate Domino canticum novum, motet, version for 6 voices, SV 293
  10. Ecce sacrum paratum convivium, motet for solo voice and continuo, SV 299
  11. Gloria in excelsis Deo, motet for 7 voices, 2 violins & 4 violas/trombones (from Selva morale et spirituale), SV 258
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Claudio Monteverdi's sacred music has been ripe for a top-notch complete traversal such as it is now receiving from the King's Consort and conductor Robert King. As choirmaster of St. Mark's Cathedral in Venice for the last 30 years of his life, Monteverdi wrote a lot of sacred music and explored many of the myriad sonic configurations possible in that famously complex space. There's much to be learned about his compositional imagination by going beyond the Vespers and the few other pieces that have become well known. ...

Monteverdi: The Sacred Music, Vol. 3 2005, Hyperion

UPC: 034571574875

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