Early baroque music of Italy.

Format
Audio
Language
  • Multiple languages
  • Italian
  • Latin
Published/​Created
Decca, [1966]
Description
2 s. : 33 1/3 rpm., microgroove., stereophonic. ; 12 in.

Details

Subject(s)
Performer
Series
Decca gold label series. [More in this series]
Notes
  • The sacred vocal works sung in Latin; the secular, in Italian.
  • Program notes by Charles Canfield Brown and texts of the vocal works, with English translations by Raymond Rosenthal ([4] p.) bound in album.
  • Contains Cantate Domino, Laetaniae della Beata Vergine, Nisi Dominus, O come sei gentile, and Lamento della ninfa, by Monteverdi, Toccata nona, Canzona settima detta La superba, and Canzon quinta, by Frescobaldi, Trio sonata for tenor recorder, flute viola da gamba, and harpsichord, by Turini, and Alix avoit, by G. dalla Casa [i.e. ornamented version of T. Crecquillon's chanson published in Casa's Il vero modo di diminuir (In Venetia, Appresso A. Gardano, 1584) libro 2, p. 8]
Participant(s)/​Performer(s)
New York Pro Musica; Noah Greenberg, director.
Publisher no.
DL 79,425
LCCN
r 65002773
OCLC
1102164
RCP
C - O
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