Madrigaler

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Mogens Pedersøn

Madrigaler

Musica Ficta, Bo Holten

In 1608, as the crowning achievement of his training with Gabrieli, Mogens Pedersøn published his First Book of Madrigals with 21 songs of love – both requited and unrequited – in sensual poems. The choral pieces are saturated with images and impressions of all that love. They are moving, intense and sensitive, and even in his youth Mogens Pedersøn was a master of the motion of voices and the use of dissonances that are resolved into the most beautiful concords. A true jewel of Danish music now becomes sounding reality performed in these world premiere recordings by vocal group Musica Ficta under Bo Holten's leadership.

Total runtime: 
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Madrigali a cinque voci. Libro primo (1605)
1 Ecco la Primavera 2:24 6,40 kr.
2 Se nel partir 2:32 6,40 kr.
3 Morirò, cor mio 2:58 6,40 kr.
4 T'amo mia vita 3:41 6,40 kr.
5 O che soave baccio 2:53 6,40 kr.
6 Son vivo e non son vivo 3:03 6,40 kr.
7 Care lagrime mie 2:39 6,40 kr.
8 Se del mio lagrimare 2:24 6,40 kr.
9 Come esser può 2:42 6,40 kr.
10 S'io rido et scherzo 2:18 6,40 kr.
11 Nell' apparir dell' amorosa Aurora 1:53 6,40 kr.
12 Tutti presero all' hora 2:27 6,40 kr.
13 Tra queste verdi fronde 3:11 6,40 kr.
14 Amor, per tua mercè 2:19 6,40 kr.
15 Donna, mentre i'vi miro 2:40 6,40 kr.
16 Non voglio più servire 2:44 6,40 kr.
17 Dimmi, caro ben mio 2:46 6,40 kr.
18 Io non credea già mai 2:56 6,40 kr.
19 Lascia, semplice, lascia 2:45 6,40 kr.
20 Madonn', Amor ed io 2:40 6,40 kr.
21 Et ella all'hor spiegò 3:34 6,40 kr.
Release date: 
december 2002
code: 
8.224219
FormatID: 
CD
CoverFormat: 
Jewel Case
Barcode: 
730099991926

Credits

Recorded at Torpen Kapel, Humlebæk, 14-15 November 2001 and 22-24 February 2002
Recording producer: Jesper Jørgensen
Sound engineer: Jesper Jørgensen

Cover picture: Detail from “The Dream of Christian IV before the battle of Listerdyb” (ca. 1645), Rosenborg Castle, Copenhagen.