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The Da Vinci Era: Masters of the Renaissance ()

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Issued too late to capitalize on the Da Vinci Code film bomb, this issue on the budget LaserLight label may still benefit from continuing strong sales of Dan Brown's novel. It's a capitalization operation all the way -- there are no notes at all, and no systematic effort to relate the music to the contents of Brown's book. In fact, it seems as though the compilers simply searched through available recordings of early music for composers with Italian names. (And they hit on Orlando di Lasso, who was not really an Italian.) ...

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  1. Sacrae Symphoniae: No. 1: Canzon primi toni, for 8 parts, C. 170: Canzon septimi toni
  2. Work(s): Magnificat
  3. Vespro della beata vergine, for chorus & instruments, SV 206: Ricercar. Sancta Maria
  4. Contrapuncto primo
  5. Missa Sine nomine (unspecified of 4): I. Kyrie
  6. Canzon No 25 a 8 for brass ensemble
  7. Gaudens gaudebo
  8. O bone Jesu, O piissime Jesu, motet for 2 sopranos, SV 313
  9. Matona mia cara, villanelle for 4 voices, S. x/93
  10. Sacrae Symphoniae: No. 1: Canzon primi toni, for 8 parts, C. 170: Canzon duodecimi toni
  11. Lamentations (5) for chorus: I. Feria. V. in Coena Domini. Lectio prima
  12. Gloria in excelsis Deo, motet for 7 voices, 2 violins & 4 violas/trombones (from Selva morale et spirituale), SV 258
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The Da Vinci Era: Masters of the Renaissance
2006, Laserlight

UPC: 018111643122

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