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Marc' Antonio Mazzone (1556-1626): Il Primo Libro delle Canzoni a Quattro Voci / Natalia Bonello, flute; Maria Antonietta Cnacellaro, harpsichord, Ensemble Le Vaghe Ninfe

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>Mazzone, Marc' Antonio : Il Primo Libro delle Canzoni a Quattro Voci
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Notes & Reviews:

Marco Antonio Mazzone (1556-1626) was a composer, musician, clergyman, and author of several literary works. In his book of Madrigals for four voices he places the text and the music on the same level, the consanguinity of these two arts: "notes are the body of music and words are the soul, and as the soul must be followed and imitated by the body to be more worthy of it, so the notes must follow and imitate the words." The first Madrigal book contains both secular and sacred songs. The performance by the ensemble "Le vaghe ninfe" follows the performance practice of the period, in which much importance was laid on variety: a cappella, voice and organ, tablature for guitar or harpsichord, alternating voices and instrumental ensemble. When the madrigal is performed with instruments only the music is preceded by the reading of the poem.

Notes & Reviews:

Recording information: Sanctuary Santa Maria della Palomba, Matera/Music Suite (09/2014-03/2015).



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>Mazzone, Marc' Antonio : Il Primo Libro delle Canzoni a Quattro Voci
  • Performers: Natalia Bonello (Flute); Natalia Bonello (Recorder); Maria Cancellaro (Harpsichord); Maria Cancellaro (Organ); Vito Cannillo; Maria Dituri; Vincenzo Failla (Percussion); Teresa Laera (Violin); Valeria Polizio
  • Ensemble: Ensemble Le Vaghe Ninfe
  • Running Time: 59 min. 54 sec.
  • Period Time: Renaissance