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Composer: Marini, Biagio (1594-1663)

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Year of birth1594
Year of death1663
NationalityItaly
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MdinaThe Seasons

Uccellini, Fontana, Preston, Merula, Castello, Falconieri, Marini, Turini, Palestrina
Prisma Ensemble

BerlinAkademie für Alte Musik Berlin

Bertali, Uccellini, Caccini, Falconieri, Valentini, Mealli, Marini, Legrenzi, Ferrari, Monteverdi, Biber
Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin

CologneTenebrae

Becker, Buxtehude, Marini, Cesti
Raimar Orlovsky; ensemble polyharmonique; Alexander Schneider; Concerto Melante
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Bartoli and Jaroussky enchant at Wigmore Hall

Cecilia Bartoli © Uli Weber | Decca
Considering how rarely celebrated diva Cecilia Bartoli appears in London, Wigmore Hall certainly pulled off a coup by making her duo concert with Philippe Jaroussky happen.
****1
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Repicco and Friends highlight some Baroque rarities for Concerts in the West

An delightful hour of Baroque rarities from Repicco and Friends.
****1
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Antonacci's Era la Notte at the White Light Festival

©  Magalie Bouchet
Italian soprano Anna Caterina Antonacci, a darling of the Parisian opera stages, puts on a fine display of her vocal range on the occasion of the American première of her production titled Era la Notte (in English translation, “It Was Night”). Originally staged in 2006, this performance is being presented in New York as part of the White Light Festival at the Lincoln Center.
***11
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Monteverdi meets Stravinsky: Old and new at the Wigmore Hall

Ian Bostridge  ©  David Thompson
It is not often you find Monteverdi and Stravinsky snuggled side-by-side on the same programme, but that was exactly what was packed into the latest instalment of The Bostridge Project: ‘Ancient and Modern’ series at the Wigmore Hall.
***11
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In Venetia: QuintEssential perform and evening of Gabrieli and contemporaries

QuintEssential
The celebrated Giovanni Gabrieli, one of the most innovative and influential composers of the Venetian school, exacting the transition between the Renaissance and Baroque musical periods, died on 12 August 1612.
***11
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