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A tribute to Italian Baroque, Antonio Caldara and his Gloria a 8 voci, transcribed, performed and recorded for the first time ever, a masterpiece of pompous Venetian sacredness to which the wonderful Lauda by Ottorino Respighi was wanted to be juxtaposed. Two centuries later, the Bolognese composer gives a perfect example of rewriting together medieval, Renaissance and Baroque music. A way to reaffirm the strong bond between Baroque and the 20th century, always a source of great inspiration.
A tribute to Italian Baroque, Antonio Caldara and his Gloria a 8 voci, transcribed, performed and recorded for the first time ever, a masterpiece of pompous Venetian sacredness to which the wonderful Lauda by Ottorino Respighi was wanted to be juxtaposed. Two centuries later, the Bolognese composer gives a perfect example of rewriting together medieval, Renaissance and Baroque music. A way to reaffirm the strong bond between Baroque and the 20th century, always a source of great inspiration.
8051773578076

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Format: CD
Label: URANIA
Rel. Date: 01/05/2024
UPC: 8051773578076

Lauda Per La Nativa Del Signore
Artist: Caldara / Respighi / Guadagnini
Format: CD
New: In Stock $21.99
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DISC: 1

1. Gloria in Excelsis Deo [02:22]
2. Dona Nobis Pacem [02:17]
3. Laudamus Te [04:01]
4. Adoramus Te [01:06]
5. Glorificamus Te [01:31]
6. Gratias Agimus [02:19]
7. Domine Deus I [02:38]
8. Domine Fili [03:29]
9. Domine Deus II [02:49]
10. Qui Tollis I [02:15]
11. Qui Tollis II [01:45]
12. Qui Sedes [00:59]
13. Quoniam Tu Solus [02:28]
14. Cum Sancto Spiritu [02:36]
15. Lauda Per la Nativita Del Signore, P. 166 [26:26

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A tribute to Italian Baroque, Antonio Caldara and his Gloria a 8 voci, transcribed, performed and recorded for the first time ever, a masterpiece of pompous Venetian sacredness to which the wonderful Lauda by Ottorino Respighi was wanted to be juxtaposed. Two centuries later, the Bolognese composer gives a perfect example of rewriting together medieval, Renaissance and Baroque music. A way to reaffirm the strong bond between Baroque and the 20th century, always a source of great inspiration.
        
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