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Les Arts Florissants, Paul Agnew

There is fine singing here, particularly from the bass Lisandro Abadie in Altri canti d’Amour (great richness and clarity) and the contralto Lucile Richardot in Lettera Amorosa (with some stylish... More…

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The first recording to engage fully with the scholarly debates regarding the form, purpose and pitch of the work, this 1984 version is a comprehensive and radical attempt to reconstruct a festal... More…

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Rolando Villazón, Patrizia Ciofi & Topi Lehtipuu

Le Concert d’Astrée, Emmanuelle Haïm

The atmosphere is electric. Villazón is pouring out Monteverdi’s beautiful lines of remorseful agony with spell-binding force. It’s his first foray into early music, but he tosses off the tricky... More…

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Roberta Invernizzi, Monica Piccinini, Anna Simboli (sopranos), Sara Mingardo (contralto), Francesco Ghelardini (countertenor), Vincenzo di Donato, Luca Dordolo, Gianluca Ferrarini (tenors), Pietro Spagnoli, Furio Zanasi (baritones), Antonio Abete, Daniele Carnovich (basses)

Concerto Italiano,...

Rinaldo Alessandrini has waited long before committing to disc his thoughts on Monteverdi's most famous sacred publication. On the issues that have divided modern performers he's unflappably... More…

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