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Adrien Mabire: Gabrieli – Gloria a Venezia! (24/96 FLAC)

Adrien Mabire: Gabrieli - Gloria a Venezia! (24/96 FLAC)

Adrien Mabire: Gabrieli – Gloria a Venezia! (24/96 FLAC)

Composer: Claudio Merulo, Givanni Gabrieli, Giossefo Guami, Adrian Willaert, Orlande de Lassus
Performer: Marc Mauillon, Marnix De Cat, Marc Busnel, Violaine Le Chenadec, Renaud Brès, Anaïs Bertrand
Orchestra: La Guilde des Mercenaires
Conductor: Adrien Mabire
Format: FLAC (tracks)
Label: Château de Versailles Spectacles
Catalogue: CVS041
Release: 2021
Size: 938 MB
Recovery: +3%
Scan: yes

01. Merulo: Magnificat
02. Gabrieli: Canzon terza a 4
03. Gabrieli: Ego Dixi a 7
04. Gabrieli: Beati immaculati a 8
05. Guami: Canzon alla francese “La Lucchesina”
06. Gabrieli: Inclina Domine a 6
07. Gabrieli: O magnum mysterium a 10
08. Gabrieli: Canzon quarta a 4
09. Gabrieli: Jubilate deo a 8
10. Gabrieli: Deus, deus meus a 10
11. Gabrieli: Ricercar per organo
12. Gabrieli: Domine exaudi a 10
13. Willaert: Le dur travail
14. Gabrieli: Surrexit pastor bonus a 10
15. Gabrieli: Canzon seconda
16. Gabrieli: Beata es virgo maria a 6
17. Gabrieli: Canzon “La Spiritata” a 4
18. Gabrieli: Angelus ad pastores a 12
19. Lassus: Lucescit iam o socii

Around 1600, when opera was invented in Italy, venice was resplendent with the works of Giovanni Gabrieli in the Basilica of San Marco. A daring amalgamation of Flemish and Italian styles, this is a corpus of virtuoso pieces in which voices compete with cornetts and trombones for polyphony of rare beauty. In an Italy ravaged by wars, where the Condottieri were the modern Heroes, the souls of these captains rise again thanks to the music of the brilliant Gabrieli, the ultimate representative of a Renaissance that put the fighting Princes into the last cherished armours… Adrien Mabire and his Mercenaries have been recruited to serve under Maestro Gabrieli, to enable his works to resound loud and clear, where we hear the triumphant flapping banners of the Victory at Lepanto, Glory be to the Serenissima!


Works by Giovanni Gabrieli, Claudio Merulo, Giossefo Guami, Adrian Willaert and Roland de Lassus

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