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Monteverdi's eight books of madrigals scaled new heights in the depiction of drama and human emotion in music. Stephen Johnson explores two works from the final book with the help of specially-recorded performances by I Fagiolini, directed by Robert Hollingworth
Monteverdi's eight books of madrigals scaled new heights in the depiction of drama and human emotion in music. Stephen Johnson explores two works from the final book with the help of specially-recorded performances by I Fagiolini, directed by Robert Hollingworth. Monteverdi: Gira il nemico insidioso Monteverdi: Non havea Febo ancora (Lamento della ninfa). Last on. Sun 12 Jan 2003 17:00. BBC Radio 3. More episodes.
Robert Hollingworth explores Monteverdi's Fifth Book of madrigals. This book was a pivotal work in the development of the madrigal; Monteverdi developed the expressive and dramatic style from his previous book of madrigals, and he introduced instruments to the 5-voice ensemble, the beginning of the 'madrigale concertato' style. The forward-looking declamatory style of this book of madrigals heralded a new dramatic era; just two years later Monteverdi wrote his opera Orfeo. Sun 12 Dec 2010 13:00.
Monteverdi Madrigals. Monteverdi Church Music (BBC Music Guides). Giovanni Gabrieli and the Music of the Venetian High Renaissance. Dictionnaire encyclopédique de la musique, tome 2.
His surviving music includes nine books of madrigals, large-scale sacred works such as his Vespro della Beata .
His surviving music includes nine books of madrigals, large-scale sacred works such as his Vespro della Beata Vergine (Vespers) of 1610, and three complete operas. His opera L'Orfeo (1607) is the earliest of the genre still widely performed; towards the end of his life he wrote works for Venice, including Il ritorno d'Ulisse in patria and L'incoronazione di Poppea. In the dedication of his second book of madrigals, Monteverdi had described himself as a player of the vivuola (which could mean either viola da gamba or viola da braccio). In 1590 or 1591 he entered the service of Duke Vincenzo I Gonzaga of Mantua; he recalled in his dedication to the Duke of his.
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Madrigals, Book 1. by. Monteverdi, Claudio. International Music Score Library Project. Additional Collections. Uploaded by jakej on August 21, 2012.
Monteverdi: The Full Monteverdi - Madrigals Book 4 (NTSC) CD Naxos. By John La Bouchardiere; I Fagiolini; Hollingworth. By Claudio Monteverdi (1567-1643). Naxos DVD. DVD. Published by Naxos.
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