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Video streamed event and on demand: Coro Ghislieri / Giulio Prandi

Watch online on oudemuziek.nlEarly Music TelevisionRecorded at Early Music Television, Utrecht, Netherlands
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Sunday 04 September 202217:00
On demand from Sunday 04 September 2022 17:00
Rolla, Alessandro (1757-1841)Sonata in C major
Ambrosian chant12 Kyrie in gremio Ecclesiæ con Sallenda Populum humilem salvum facies, Domine, et oculos superborum humiliabis
Fioroni, Giovanni Andrea (1716-1779)Respice in me et miserere mei
Monza, Carlo (1735-1801)Gloria in D major
Fioroni, Giovanni Andrea (1716-1779)Mottetto: Quam dulce
Fioroni, Giovanni Andrea (1716-1779)Salmello: Domine refugium
Quaglia, Agostino (1744-1823)Mottetto: Turbida fera
Fioroni, Giovanni Andrea (1716-1779)Cantate, cantate, psallite
Monza, Carlo (1735-1801)Sanctus in F major
Fioroni, Giovanni Andrea (1716-1779)Mottetto: Mundi amores
Monza, Carlo (1735-1801)Benedictus in F major
Ambrosian chantNarrabo omnia mirabilia tua
Monza, Carlo (1735-1801)Mottetto: Tube angelice
Fioroni, Giovanni Andrea (1716-1779)Mottetto: O sacrum convivium
Quaglia, Agostino (1744-1823)Mottetto: Domine, salvum fac regem

Thanks to an illustrious dynasty of composers connected with Milan Cathedral, the shadows of the galant style spread there into the nineteenth century. Coro Ghislieri reconstructs a mass as it might have sounded from the cathedral’s choir balconies in 1805-1813. Expect traditional cantus firmus repertoire, one-part Ambrosian chants and rousing concertato music from Fioroni to Quaglia.

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