Notes & Reviews:
The Sette Voci ensemble of solo vocalists, founded in 2001, consists of professional singers from various European countries and other regions. They more than meet the high technical demands of this literature and fully capture the composer's highly emotional readings of his textual materials.
American Record Guide, January/February 2014
This recording offers one a rare encounter with the early kindling of Heinrich Schntz's remarkable genius. At the same time, his maturity is astounding - that is, his ability to give fresh interpretation to contemporary methods of composition, particularly of the progressive variety. It is a marvelous cycle of madrigals, brilliantly performed by Sette Voci. This mixed choir has an impressive grasp of the dramatic style of this repertory.
Recording information: Protestantische Kirche, Kirchheim/Weinstraáe (01/10/2011-01/13/2011).
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Works DetailsHeinrich Schütz (Composer) (1585 - 1672) : Il primo libro de madrigali, for 4-5 voices, SWV 1-19 (Op. 1)
- Conductor: Peter Kooij
- Ensemble: Sette Voci
- Notes: Protestantische Kirche, Kirchheim/Weinstraáe (01/10/2011-01/13/2011)
- Running Time: 51 min. 21 sec.
- Period Time: Baroque
- Form: Choral