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Allegri & Monteverdi: Anamorfosi

Allegri & Monteverdi: Anamorfosi

Cover ALPHA438
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Genre(s)
Classical
Code
ALPHA 438
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  • Miserere: I. Miserere mei, Deus
    Composer(s) Gregorio Allegri
    Artist(s) Vincent Dumestre Le Poème Harmonique

    Miserere: I. Miserere mei, Deus

    02:39
    $2.40
  • Miserere: II. Tibi soli peccavi
    Composer(s) Gregorio Allegri
    Artist(s) Vincent Dumestre Le Poème Harmonique

    Miserere: II. Tibi soli peccavi

    02:59
    $2.40
  • Miserere: III. Auditui meo
    Composer(s) Gregorio Allegri
    Artist(s) Vincent Dumestre Le Poème Harmonique

    Miserere: III. Auditui meo

    02:59
    $2.40
  • Miserere: IV. Redde mihi laetitiam
    Composer(s) Gregorio Allegri
    Artist(s) Vincent Dumestre Le Poème Harmonique

    Miserere: IV. Redde mihi laetitiam

    02:56
    $2.40
  • Miserere: V. Quoniam si voluisses sacrificium
    Composer(s) Gregorio Allegri
    Artist(s) Vincent Dumestre Le Poème Harmonique

    Miserere: V. Quoniam si voluisses sacrificium

    03:56
    $2.40
  • Un allato messagier
    Composer(s) Luigi Rossi
    Artist(s) Vincent Dumestre Le Poème Harmonique

    Un allato messagier

    10:15
    $7.20
  • Si dolce è 'l martire
    Composer(s) Claudio Monteverdi
    Artist(s) Vincent Dumestre Le Poème Harmonique

    Si dolce è 'l martire

    05:54
    $4.80
  • Domine, ne in furore tuo: I. Domine in furore tuo
    Composer(s) Anonymous
    Artist(s) Vincent Dumestre Le Poème Harmonique

    Domine, ne in furore tuo: I. Domine in furore tuo

    02:39
    $2.40
  • Domine, ne in furore tuo: II. Non est sanitas carni meae
    Composer(s) Anonymous
    Artist(s) Vincent Dumestre Le Poème Harmonique

    Domine, ne in furore tuo: II. Non est sanitas carni meae

    04:30
    $2.40
  • Domine, ne in furore tuo: III. Adflictus sum
    Composer(s) Anonymous
    Artist(s) Vincent Dumestre Le Poème Harmonique

    Domine, ne in furore tuo: III. Adflictus sum

    03:59
    $2.40
  • Breve è la vita nostra
    Composer(s) Domenico Mazzocchi
    Artist(s) Vincent Dumestre Le Poème Harmonique

    Breve è la vita nostra

    02:44
    $2.40
  • La comica del cielo: Sinfonia
    Composer(s) Antonio Maria Abbatini
    Artist(s) Vincent Dumestre Le Poème Harmonique

    La comica del cielo: Sinfonia

    03:00
    $2.40
  • Chi fà: I. Odimi, il passo arresta
    Composer(s) Marco Marazzoli
    Artist(s) Vincent Dumestre Le Poème Harmonique

    Chi fà: I. Odimi, il passo arresta

    00:54
    $2.40
  • Chi fà: II. Chi fà che ritorni
    Composer(s) Marco Marazzoli
    Artist(s) Vincent Dumestre Le Poème Harmonique

    Chi fà: II. Chi fà che ritorni

    05:35
    $4.80
  • Un sonno ohimè
    Composer(s) Marco Marazzoli
    Artist(s) Vincent Dumestre Le Poème Harmonique

    Un sonno ohimè

    05:17
    $4.80
  • Maria, quid ploras
    Composer(s) Claudio Monteverdi
    Artist(s) Vincent Dumestre Le Poème Harmonique

    Maria, quid ploras

    03:27
    $2.40
  • Pascha concelebranda: I. Pascha concelebranda
    Composer(s) Claudio Monteverdi
    Artist(s) Vincent Dumestre Le Poème Harmonique

    Pascha concelebranda: I. Pascha concelebranda

    05:20
    $4.80
  • Pascha concelebranda: II. Nunc ubi est o mors Victoria
    Composer(s) Claudio Monteverdi
    Artist(s) Vincent Dumestre Le Poème Harmonique

    Pascha concelebranda: II. Nunc ubi est o mors Victoria

    03:59
    $2.40

Total running time: 73 minutes.

Album information

Allegri’s Miserere, its heartbreaking harmonies, its verses alternately chanted and ornamented, its seraphic voices: sheer Baroque magic.

Since its composition in Rome in 1630, the work has constantly been transformed. Le Poème Harmonique approaches the score through the prism of its metamorphoses, the ornaments and transpositions added since the time when Mozart himself transcribed the piece, then jealously guarded by the Vatican, which punished publication of it with anathema. From the Renaissance onwards, musicians dressed up the finest secular tunes of their time in sacred words. The most famous example of all, the Pianto della Madonna, in which Monteverdi transferred to the Virgin Mary the mournful strains of his Lamento d’Arianna, illustrates these exchanges between repertories. Similarly, his famous Sì dolce è ’l tormento is here transformed into Sì dolce è ’l martire with the help of the mysterious Virgilio Albanese. Other masters of the period, such as Rossi, Mazzocchi and Marazzoli, also adapted their works to sacred texts.

With this programme, which builds on the experience of the album Nova Metamorfosi (ALPHA 039), one of Le Poème Harmonique’s major triumphs, Vincent Dumestre celebrates the twentieth anniversary of his ensemble.