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Pederson's madrigals are skillfully composed in the style of the time, but less adventurous than the avant-garde madrigals by composers such as Luca Marenzio, Carlo Gesualdo, and Claudio Monteverdi.
Where else would you see a dozen copies of No Parlez, Paul Young's ageing album alongside box sets of the Sacred Vocal Music of Claudio Monteverdi for a quid apiece?
A scenario featuring six Renaissance couples moves from suspicion, through eroticism, to break-up backed by music by Italian composer, violist and choirmaster Claudio Monteverdi (1567-1643).
As the title implies, this truly is early music, comprising interpretations of music by the likes of Hildegard Von Bingen and Claudio Monteverdi.
Prima le parole, poi la musica,' ('first the words, then the music') declared the great operatic composer Claudio Monteverdi four centuries ago.
Also performed by CAMARADA, and danced by PRDC, will be "O Come Sei Gentile" by Claudio Monteverdi, and "Pur Ti Miro" from "L'Incoronazione de Poppea" by Claudio Monteverdi.
Claudio Monteverdi devoted himself to giving human passion an unambiguous musical vocabulary.
The ensemble, with six male and four female voices, is dedicated to introducing modern audiences to lesser-known masterpieces of centuries past, including works of composers such as Claudio Monteverdi, Thomas Tallis and Guillaume de Machaut.
Though the madrigal had always been amoroso, still the connection between love and music seems to have intensified in what Claudio Monteverdi openly designated madrigali amorosi [48] or in the musicalization of the patently literary lettera amorosa, of which examples can be found, again, in works by Monteverdi, [49] as in others by his contemporaries (e.
It was the meeting of old and new back in 1610 when composer Claudio Monteverdi published his "Vespro della Beata Vergine," bridging the musical divide between the Renaissance and Baroque periods.
In chapter 1, Collins distills the most essential contributions to baroque style theory in the writings of Giovanni Maria Artusi, Claudio Monteverdi, Marco Scacchi, Kircher, Christoph Bernhard, Tomas Baltazar Janovka, Brossard, Mattheson, Johann Gottfried Walther, and James Grassineau.