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Sacrae Cantiones

choral score

By Don Carlo Gesualdo

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Mixed choir
Choral score. Composed by Don Carlo Gesualdo (1566-1613). Baroque. Choral score. Breitkopf and Haertel #DV-7732. Published by Breitkopf and Haertel (BR.DV-7732).

Item Number: BR.DV-7732

ISBN 979-0-2004-7152-6. 7.5 x 10.5 in inches.

This book belongs to our collection of single issues from the ten-volume Gesualdo edition, which presented the composer's complete works for the first time in a text-critical and practical version (with German prose translations of the vocal texts and aids for the pronunciation of the Italian). The single editions offer the most beautiful madrigals and sacred choral works in the customary editorial quality at a reasonable price. (Michael Gielen)


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Siegfried Palm Hanna Aurbacher Wilhelm Bruck Bernhard Wambach Christoph Caskel Bernhard Kontarsky
Ltg. Jochen Bartels
Gielen Edition
Intercord INT 860.921

Ans Klingende wendet die Seele sich und feiert ihre eiligen Hochzeiten und sturzt sich hinein. (Michael Gielen)


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Sinfonieorchester des Sudwestfunks Baden-Baden
Ltg. Michael Gielen
Saphir LC 4226 - INT 830.871

One solo instrument each which possesses properties of the piano and of one of these groups mediates between them. For example the vibraphon: it has keys but of metal. The other solo instruments are marimba (--- wood) harmonium (--- Bellows) Ondes Martenot (---voice) and electric guitar (--- strings). The number five also dominates the serial technique (only five intervals) and the rhythm (through the quintuplet). The broad formal outline is the traditional ABA. In the A sections the sounds of each group are homogeneous and always come from the same direction. In section B several musicians exchange position and play in mixed groups The sound is heterogeneous no longer constrained to one direction. One further stipulation separates the A sections from B: in the A sections the verses for the musicians in the groups alternate with the incidental music for the solo instruments. One group of five dominates in each verse the others visit. The B section is a mobile for sound objects which is always repeated in different combinations. This section uses only six pitches per octave. Once I was far enough with the planning that all of this was established I looked for a text for the speaker (the voices are soprano alto tenor bass and speaker). Fortunately I found the poem by Neruda (from Residencia en la tierra written in the thirties) whose formal layout corresponded to the musical form I had planned. I did however rearrange certain verses and omitted one.

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