1612 ITALIAN VESPERS I Fagiolini / Robert Hollingworth. Decca

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1612 ITALIAN VESPERS

1. Versicle & Response: "Deus in adiutorium meum" [Viadana: ]

2. Antiphon 1 - "Dum esset rex in accubitu suo" - "Dixit Dominus" [Anonymous: ]

3. "Exaudi Deus" [Barbarino: ]

4. Antiphon 2 - "Laeva eius sub capite meo" [Anonymous: ]

5. "Benedictus Dominus Deus Sabaoth" [Gabrieli: ]

6. Antiphon 3 - "Nigra sum sed formosa" - Psalm 121 [Anonymous: ]

7. Quae Est Ista [Palestrina: ]

8. Antiphon 5 - "Speciosa facta es" - Psalm 147 "Lauda, Ierusamem" [Anonymous: ]

9. Toccata del 9. Tono [Gabrieli: ]

10. Capitulum - "Ave Maris Stella" [Anonymous: ]

11. "Dignare me" [Anonymous: ]

12. Magnificat antiphon - "Beatam me dicent" - Magnificat a20.28 [Anonymous: ]

13. "Ab aeterno ordinata sum" [Monteverdi: ]

14. Collect of the feast and Versicle & Response [Anonymous: ]

15. Concluding extraliturgical Motet [Gabrieli: ]

I Fagiolini / Robert Hollingworth

Following their recording of Striggio’s Mass in 40 Parts from 1566, which racked up an astounding array of critical and commercial plaudits, Robert Hollingworth leads his maverick ensemble I Fagiolini on a new journey unearthing incredible lost works from the late Renaissance and early Baroque: 1612. The recording recreates a thanksgiving Vesper in commemoration of the famous Venetian naval victory at Lepanto in 1571, celebrated for over 200 years after the event in a new festival – The Feast of the Holy Rosary.

The title 1612 represents a year of momentous events: the death of the master of the ‘Massive Baroque’ and most brilliant of Venetian multi-choir composers, Giovanni Gabrieli; and thereby the apex of the fashion of multi-choirs. 1612 also marks the publication of Viadana’s collection of 4-choir Vesper Psalms, with a layout considerably more forward-looking than Monteverdi’s psalms in his 1610 publication. 1612 presents the world premiere recordings of Viadana’s Vesper Psalms and Gabrieli’s 28-voice Magnificat, surrounded by lost treasures from the glorious period of multi-choir music.

Decca 4783506

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