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This page lists all recordings of Vespro della beata Vergine (1610) (Vespers of the Blessed Virgin 'Marian Vespers') by Claudio Giovanni Antonio Monteverdi (1567-1643).

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Carolyn Sampson, Rebecca Outram, Daniel Auchincloss & Nicholas Mulroy

The King’s Consort, Robert King

Despite four wonderful volumes of Monteverdi's sacred music from The King's Consort, nothing will prepare you for the ecstatic consequences of taking seriously at least one aspect of Monteverdi's... 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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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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Dunedin Consort, His Majestys Sagbutts & Cornetts, John Butt

[Butt’s] flexible approach to the vexed question of the proportional speeds between duple and triple sections produces some surprisingly languid effects…but a dance-like vitality elsewhere…using... More…

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Taverner Consort Choir & Players, Andrew Parrott

One of the earliest and best Vesper sets, certainly the prettiest-sounding. The quality of singers, the rising early music stars of their age, is unsurpassed. More…

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L'Arpeggiata, Christina Pluhar

This exciting recording of the Monteverdi Vespers is probably the fastest ever. The double-choir effects in 'Laudate Jerusalem', for example, flicker back and forth like lightening. Even when... More…

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Gabrieli Consort, Gabrieli Players, Paul McCreesh

…the instrumental playing is superbly effective in the big choral pieces. …the singing is generally good and, in the solos sung by Charles Daniels, among the best you are likely to hear in this... More…

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Sophie Marin-Degor (soprano), Maryseult Wieczorek (mezzo), Artur Stefanowicz (countertenor), Paul Agnew, Joseph Cornwell (tenors), Thierry Félix, Clive Bayley (basses)

Les Arts Florissants Orchestra & Chorus, Les Sacqueboutiers de Toulouse, William Christie

This is in some ways an oddly old-fashioned approach to the 1610 Vespers. With a substantial choir and sometimes highly varying orchestration, William Christie creates a warm and glowing sound.... More…

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Suzie LeBlanc, Barbara Borden (soprano), Alexander Schneider (countertenor), Rodrigo del Pozo (high tenor), Julian Podger, John Potter (tenor), Bertrand Chuberre, Jelle Draijer, Stephan MacLeod (bass-baritone), Leo van Doeselaar (organ)

Tragicomedia, Concerto Palatino, Stephen Stubbs

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