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In 1629, Heinrich Schütz, the court composer to the Elector of Saxony, traveled from Dresden to Venice to study with Claudio Monteverdi, the maestro di capella of the Basilica of San Marco, and this meeting was significant for the eventual spread of Italian Baroque style to northern Europe. The Gonzaga Band highlights this important musical connection in its 2018 Resonus debut, and a handful of pieces by Schütz (Paratum cor meum, Exultavit cor meum) and Monteverdi (Exulta, filia Sion) touch on the theme. Yet the rest of ...

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  1. Sonata terzo, for 2 instruments & continuo No. 3 in A minor (Sonata Concertate I/2)
  2. Exulta filia Sion, madrigal for soprano, SV 303
  3. Canzon primo, for 4 cornetti & continuo (from Op. 8)
  4. Paratum cor meum, motet for soprano or tenor, 2 violins & continuo, SWV 257 (Op. 6/1)
  5. Sonata per organo e cornetto
  6. Regina caeli, motet for voice & continuo (Motetti, Book 3)
  7. Corrente detta La Granda, for keyboard (from Il secondo libro delle correnti alla francese)
  8. Plaudite, cantate, for voice & continuo (from Celesti fiori muiscali)
  9. Capriccio, che due Violini Sonana quatro parti
  10. Congratulamini mihi, motet for voice & continuo (from Il primo libro delli motetti a una, due, tre, et quattro voci)
  11. Maria Virgo, motet for voice & continuo
  12. Salva me, salutaris Hostia, motet for 2 voices & continuo
  13. Lilia convallium, motet for voice & continuo
  14. Corrente detta La Priula, for keyboard (from Il secondo libro delle correnti alla francese)
  15. Sonata senza cadenza, for chamber instruments & continuo
  16. Exultavit cor meum in Domino, motet for soprano, 2 violins & continuo, SWV 258 (Op. 6/2)
  17. Sonata in ecco, for 4 instruments & continuo No. 17 (Sonata Concertate II/17)
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Venice 1629
2018, Resonus Classics

UPC: 5060262791233


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