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Cantate Deo, de Ignazio Donati

Na passagem do trecentésimo octogésimo quinto aniversário da morte de De Ignazio Donati [(c. 1570 – 21 Janeiro 1638], compositor italiano do início do barroco, cuja obra se centra essencialmente no repertório sacro, ficam as peças Cantate Deo e In te, Domine, speravi dos Concerti Ecclesiastici a 2, 3, 4, 5 vv. op. IV, Veneza, 1618.

Álbum: Cantate Deo: A voce sola, in dialogo, 2013

Ensemble Accordone | · Marco Beasley · Guido Morini


Marco Beasley offers us an original way to discover the Italian religious repertoire for two tenors of the nascent Baroque. In fact, his fantastic experience as a singer allowed him to record these ‘sacred concerts for two voices’ alone, thanks to the technique of re-recording. A new dimension opens up to the listener thanks to the astonishing artistic coherence offered by this technique. And beyond technique, this disc attests to the emotion, both double and unique, guiding the musical gesture. Via Outhere Music.

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