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Cat. No. CHAN 0697 Price: £10.5 No. of discs: 1
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CHAN 0697 - Gabrieli: The Madrigal in Venice: Politics, Dialogues and Pastorales
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Available From: 19 May 2003
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The singing and playing are thoroughly enjoyable. The program is a sampling of all the types of secular texts that the composer set, though the notes point to the connection of one or more to the 1572 celebration of the great victory at Lepanto over the Turks. The notes are excellent' Highly recommended
Fanfare

'This is 'the first recording to cover the whole range of [Andreas'] secular vocal output', and a very welcome addition to the discography.'
American Record Guide

This is the first recording to cover the whole range of [Andreas] secular vocal output, and a very welcome addition to the discography.
American Record Guide

Anyone who is smitten with the muscial traditions of this most fascinating of all cities, should not hesitate to buy this record
Gramophone

This recording is an absolute reference for this genre, truly valuable from all points of view.'
Falstaff (Italy)

'The singing and playing are thoroughly enjoyable. The program is a sampling of all the types of secular texts that the composer set, though the notes point to the connection of one or more to the 1572 celebration of the great victory at Lepanto over the Turks. The notes are excellent' Highly recommended'
Fanfare

This is a recording which plugs a gaping hole in our knowledge of the Italian madrigal with music of fabulous richness. Together with their recent recording of music by Thomas Tomkins this new release marks a real maturing of I Fagiolinis talent. Its also a good day for Andrea Gabrieli - frankly, no one ever suspected his secular stuff was anywhere near this good. This is quite simply one of the most enthralling madrigal antholgies on the market.
International Record Review

'Anyone who is smitten with the muscial traditions of this most fascinating of all cities, should not hesitate to buy this record.'
Gramophone

…a cracking disc of madrigals… Wonderful stuff.
Classic FM Magazine ‘Best Buy’

'This is a recording which plugs a gaping hole in our knowledge of the Italian madrigal with music of fabulous richness. Together with their recent recording of music by Thomas Tomkins this new release marks a real maturing of I Fagiolini's talent. It's also a good day for Andrea Gabrieli - frankly, no one ever suspected his secular stuff was anywhere near this good. This is quite simply one of the most enthralling madrigal antholgies on the market.'
International Record Review

 

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