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The Music of Claudio Monteverdi

Madrigals

O Ciechi ciechi The Vocal and Instrumental Ensemble of Lausanne. Michel Corboz, conductor. From the "Selva Morale e Spirituale" of 1641. A spiritual madrigal for five voices and 2 violins.
Hor che 'l ciel e la terra Monteverdi's setting of Francesco Petrarca's sonnet from the 8th Book of Madrigals. Glyndebourne Chorus conducted by Raymond Leppard. Phillips LP, 1970. This is a masterpiece.

Other Works

Magnificat from the 1610 Vespers The Monteverdi Choir. Jurgen Jurgens, director. Capella Antiqua Munchen. Konrad Ruhland, director. Conceritus Musicus Wien. Nikolaus Hononcourt, director. Decca LP (from England) 1970.
Ave Maris Stella Hymn from the 1610 Vespers. The Monteverdi Choir. Jurgen Jurgens, director. Capella Antiqua Munchen. Konrad Ruhland, director. Conceritus Musicus Wien. Nikolaus Hononcourt, director. Decca LP (from England) 1970.

Motets

Cantate Domino The Monteverdi Choir. Decca LP (from England) 1970.
Adoramus te, Christe For six voices. The Vocal and Instrumental Ensemble of Lausanne. Michel Corboz, conductor. This motet was written by Monteverdi in the old renaissance style.
Venite, venite The Vocal and Instrumental Ensemble of Lausanne. Michel Corboz, conductor.
Laudate Pueri
(Psalm) Concertato con due violini (5 vocal parts with 2 violins.)The Vocal and Instrumental Ensemble of Lausanne. Michel Corboz, conductor. From the "Selva Morale e Spirituale" of 1641. 

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