Conductor Marco Longhini) (2004) by Claudio Monteverdi. This album has an average beat per minute of 121 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 70/178 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Madrigals, Book 3 (Delitiæ Musicæ feat. conductor Marco Longhini). 1. La giovinetta pianta.
ARTIST: Carlo Gesualdo. ALBUM, TITLE: Madrigals Books 5 and 6 - Delitiae Musicae, Marco Longhini. Release year, date: 2013. STYLE: Classical, Renaissance, madrigal. Madrigals Book 5. Gioite voi col canto S'io non miro non moro Itene, o miei sospiri Dolcissima mia vita O dolorosa gioia Qual fora, donna Felicissimo sonno Se vi duol il mio duolo Occhi del mio cor vita Languisce al fin Merce, grido piangendo O voi troppo felici Correte, amanti a prova.
Gesualdo, Marco Longhini. Label : Naxos Format : Flac (image + cue) Cover : Yes. Tracklist : Carlo Gesualdo da Venosa (1566-1613) Madrigals Book 3. Voi volete ch’io mora (part 1) Moro o non moro (part 2) Ahi, disperata vita Languisco e moro Del bel de’ bei vostri occhi Ahi, dispietata e cruda Dolce spirto d’amore Sospirava il mio core (part 1) O mal nati messaggi (part 2) Veggio, sì, dal mio sole Non. t’amo, o voce ingrata Meraviglia d’amore (part 1) Ed ardo e vivo (part 2) Crudelissima doglia Se piange, ohimè, la donna del mio.
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Carlo Gesualdo da Venosa (probably 8 March 1566 – 8 September 1613) was Prince of Venosa and Count of Conza. The best known fact of his life is his brutal and violent killing of his first wife and her aristocratic lover upon finding them in flagrante delicto. The fascination for his music and for his crimes have gone hand in hand.
Composed By – Carlo Gesualdo. Directed By – Marco Longhini (2). Ensemble – Delitiæ Musicae.
Delitiae Musicae's book-by-book survey of Gesualdo's madrigals has reached the mid-1590s, when the third volume was first published in Ferrara. Unlike the previous two books, which brought together music composed over a number of years, this collection seems to have been written in the years immediately before it appeared in print. The six singers of Delitiae Musicae clearly relish those musical risks, occasionally perhaps just a little too much: passing dissonances are sometimes emphasised rather obviously and the voices sometimes acquire a reedy edge. As usual, Marco Longhini's sleeve notes are exemplary.