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Playlist of Cristofano Malvezzi

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  • Cristofano Malvezzi La Pellegrina_Dal vago e bel sereno

    5:17

    Cristofano Malvezzi (28 de junio de 1547, Lucca, Italia - 22 de enero de 1599, Florencia, Italia).

    La Pellegrina_Dal vago e bel sereno.

    Pygmalion.
    Raphaël Pichon, director.

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  • Cristofano Malvezzi - Sinfonia a 6

    2:39

    Cristofano Malvezzi (Lucca 1547 - Firenze 1599), compositore italiano.
    Figlio di Niccolò, che fu organista a S.Martino a Lucca e poi a S.Lorenzo a Firenze.
    Ricevette la prima istruzione musicale dal padre, e probabilmente dalle due personalità più in vista dell'ambiente musicale fiorentino negli anni della sua giovinezza, Francesco Corteccia e Alessandro Striggio.
    Fu organista e maestro di cappella in varie chiese fiorentine, (S.Trinita, Battistero di S.Giovanni, S.Lorenzo) e dal 1580 intensificò la sua attività presso la Corte Medicea, divenendo dopo la morte di Striggio Compositore di Corte.
    In tale veste nel 1589, in occasione delle nozze del granduca
    Ferdinando I con Cristina di Lorena, sovrintese all'esecuzione degli
    intermedi della commedia La pellegrina di Girolamo Bargagli, dei quali collaborò alla composizione del I, IV, V e VI intermedio.
    Oltre alle già citate attività, il M. si dedicò all'insegnamento della
    musica.
    Prima del 1577 fu maestro di Peri, cui procurò un posto come
    cantore nella cappella di S. Giovanni, e maestro di clavicembalo e
    organo del gentiluomo e mecenate fiorentino Jacopo Corsi, uno dei protagonisti della vita culturale della città e della nascita della nuova opera in musica.
    Morì a Firenze il 22 genn. 1599.

    Nelle immagini alcune delle scene ideate da Bernardo Buontalenti per l'esecuzione degli Intermedi de La Pellegrina nel 1589.


    Cristofano Malvezzi (Lucca 1547 - Florence 1599), Italian composer.
    Son of Niccolò, who was an organist at S. Martino in Lucca and then in S. Lorenzo in Florence.
    He received the first musical instruction from his father, and probably from the two more prominent personalities of the Florentine musical environment in the years of his youth, Francesco Corteccia and Alessandro Striggio.
    He was organist and choirmaster in various Florentine churches,
    (S.Trinita,Baptistery of S. Giovanni, S. Lorenzo) and from 1580
    intensified his activity at the Medici Court, becoming after the death of Striggio Court Composer.
    In this capacity in 1589, on the occasion of the wedding of the Grand Duke Ferdinando I with Cristina di Lorena, overseeing the execution of the Intermedi of the comedy La pellegrina by Girolamo Bargagli, of which he collaborated in the composition of the Intermedi I, IV, V and VI.
    Besides the already mentioned activities, Malvezzi devoted himself to teaching.
    Before 1577 he was a teacher of Peri, to whom he procured a place likesinger in the chapel of S.Giovanni, and master of harpsichord of
    Florentine gentleman's Jacopo Corsi, one of the protagonists of the cultural life of the city and the birth of the Musical Opera.
    On 1599 January 22nd he died in Florence.

    In the images, some of the scenes created by Bernardo Buontalenti for the performance of the Intermedi de La Pellegrina in 1599.

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  • Cristofano Malvezzi

    2:30

    La Pellegrina. Una Stravaganza dei Medici.

    Taverner Consort and Choir with Emma Kirkby, Tessa Bonner, Emily Van Evera, Nigel Rogers.

    directed by Andrew Parrot

  • Brandeis University: Cristofano Malvezzi - Sinfonia from La Pellegrina & Coppia gentil

    4:09

    Sinfonia I (from La Pellegrina) -- Coppia gentil
    by Cristofano Malvezzi (1547-1599)

    Performed by Brandeis Early Music Ensemble, directed by Sarah Mead.

    Performance from program Italian Wedding Soup as part of Early Music America's Young Performers Festival June 15, 2011, 10:00 AM, in the Chapel of First Church in Boston (Boston, MA).

    [Apologies for poor video quality due to severe backlighting and hand-held camera.]

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    Young Performers Festival:

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  • Cristofano Malvezzi 1547 - 1599 Canzona 1560

    2:54

  • Cristofano Malvezzi 1547 - 1599 Fuga Secunda

    3:05

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  • La Pellegrina 1589, Zweiter Teil, Quarto Intermedio: Malvezzi: - Sinfonia

    1:26

    Provided to YouTube by Warner Classics

    La Pellegrina 1589, Zweiter Teil, Quarto Intermedio: Malvezzi: - Sinfonia · Stockholmer Kammerchor/Eric Ericson/Linde Consort/Hans-Martin Linde/Heinrich Huber/Emil Rudin/Norbert Madas/Friedrich Werhahn/Herbert Hoever/Doris Wolff-Malm/Heinz Otto Graf/Michael Jappe/Yukimi Kambe/Arianne Maurette/Angelo Viale/Rudolf Sc

    La Pellegrina - Musik zur Medici-Hochzeit 1589 (Remastered)

    ℗ 1973 Original 1973 Digital Remaster 2000 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by EMI Music Germany GmbH & Co. KG

    Choir: Stockholmer Kammerchor
    Choir: Eric Ericson
    Compiler: Eric Ericson
    Chorus, Lead Vocals: Stockholmer Kammerchor
    Lead Vocals: Eric Ericson
    Producer: Gerd Berg
    Lead Vocals, Vocal Ensemble: Linde Consort
    Produced & Engineered by: Gerd Berg
    Lead Vocals: Hans-Martin Linde
    Tonmeister: Johann Nikolaus Matthes
    Lead Vocals, Musicians: Heinrich Huber
    Lead Vocals, Musicians: Emil Rudin
    Ensemble: Linde Consort
    Lead Vocals, Musicians: Norbert Madas
    Lead Vocals, Musicians: Friedrich Werhahn
    Director: Hans-Martin Linde
    Lead Vocals, Musicians: Herbert Hoever
    Lead Vocals, Musicians: Doris Wolff-Malm
    Musicians: Heinz Otto Graf
    Lead Vocals, Musicians: Heinz-Otto Graf
    Lead Vocals, Musicians: Michael Jappe
    Lead Vocals, Musicians: Yukimi Kambe
    Lead Vocals, Musicians: Arianne Maurette
    Lead Vocals, Musicians: Angelo Viale
    Lead Vocals, Musicians: Rudolf Scheidegger
    Composer: Cristofano Malvezzi

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  • La Pellegrina - Skip Sempé - Capriccio Stravagante Renaissance Orchestra

    3:18

    For the 25th Anniversary of Capriccio Stravagante & Skip Sempé.
    Cristofano Malvezzi: Sinfonia a 6 from the Intermedii for La Pellegrina, 1589.
    Skip Sempé directing the Capriccio Stravagante Renaissance Orchestra.
    Souvenirs from the performance with the Capriccio Stravagante Renaissance Orchestra and the Choeur Pygmalion at the 2010 Festival d'Ambronay.

  • Cristoforo Malvezzi Fuga Secunda a 4

    5:39

    Concerto In Tempore Organi.
    Sabato 4 novembre 2006.
    Basilica di San Maurizio in Pinerolo (TO).
    Organista Renato Pizzardi.

    Cristofano (o Cristoforo) Malvezzi fu uno dei maggiori compositori attivi a Firenze, durante il periodo di transizione verso la musica barocca.

    Allievo di Francesco Corteccia gli succedette nell'incarico di maestro di cappella del Granduca di Toscana, e del Duomo. Fu il curatore dell'edizione degli Intermedi et concerti composti per la commedia rappresentata nel 1589, primo esempio di musica polifonica composta per il teatro prima dell'epoca del Melodramma.

    Anche il fratello minore, Alberigo (1550--1615), fu un organista e compositore attivo a Firenze negli stessi anni. Tra i tanti allievi del Malvezzi può essere menzionato Jacopo Peri, spesso definito l'inventore dell'opera lirica.

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  • La pellegrina 1589: Interludio: Ricercar

    3:34

    University of Southern California-Thornton School of Music
    Department of Early Music
    USC-Huntington Early Modern Studies Institute
    present

    La pellegrina 1589: Music for a Magnificent Florentine Wedding

    Interlude
    -Ricercar del terzo tuono (Malvezzi)

    USC-Thornton Baroque Sinfonia
    Adam Knight Gilbert, director

    Mishkar Núñez-Mejía, violin
    Brett Banducci, viola
    Frédéric Rosselet, violoncello
    Ryan Baird, violone
    Rotem Gilbert, recorder
    Adam Knight Gilbert, dulcian, percussion
    Jason Yoshida, theorbo
    Vicente Chavarria, Baroque guitar
    Azadeh Raoufi, organ

  • Una Stravaganza Dei Medici

    9:26

    This is the music composed for an extravagant wedding ceremony between Ferdinando de' Medici and Christine of Lorraine on May the 2nd 1589. These musical sections were intermezzi's for a showing of the comedy La Pellegrina by Girolamo Bargagli. The visual aspect of the spectacle was entrusted to Bernardo Buontalenti. We are lucky to have contemporary accounts both of the staging and of the musical performance which made a video such as this possible. This spectacle was one of the turning points in the transition from renaissance to baroque aesthetics in the world of music and theatre.

    In this 1986 recording the Taverner Consort, Choir & Players are conduced by Andrew Parrott. The extensive cast of wonderful early music specialists includes Emma Kirkby, Tessa Bonner, Emily Van Evera, Evelyn Tubb (sopranos), Mary Nichols, Terry Anderson, Catherine Woolf (altos), Nigel Rogers, Andrew King, Mark Padmore, Charles Daniels, Rogers Covey-Crump (tenors), Alan Ewing, John Milne, Richard Wistreich (basses) and many more marvelous singers which I will omit for want of space.

    The 1st video (out of 8) features this music:

    Intermedio I - The Harmony of the Spheres
    Antonio Archilei / Emilio de' Cavalieri: Dalle piu alte sfere
    Cristofano Malvezzi: Noi, che, cantando a 8
    Malvezzi: Sinfonia a 6

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  • La Pellegrina / Intermedii 1589 - Skip Sempé

    4:03

    Cristofano Malvezzi: Dal vago e bel sereno from the Intermedii for La Pellegrina, 1589.
    Skip Sempé directing the Capriccio Stravagante Renaissance Orchestra and Collegium Vocale Gent.
    Paradizo PA0004.
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  • Spartito CANZONE II Tono, Malvezzi Cristoforo; Pro Musica Antiqua Milano; Giovanni Vianini.

    5:44

    Trascrizione al Computer CANZONE II Tono, a quattro voci, ed. 1577 Tabulatur Book B. Schmid 1607 Don Cristoforo Malvezzi Maestro di cappella Cattedrale Lucca it giovanni vianini milano Pro Musica Antiqua Milano, Italia.

  • Harmonious Revolutions: Galileo and the Music of the Spheres IYA 2009

    1:32:01

    Consort Astraea presents -- Harmonious Revolutions: Galileo and the Music of the Spheres. Created, conceived, written and directed by Andrew Byrne for the 2009 International Year of Astronomy. Performed four times with various lineups during 2009, this video combines footage of the first (March 4th, Canberra) and final (September 5th, Mittagong) performances. For full details and personnell see Music composed by Cristofano Malvezzi, Lorenzo Allegri, Vincenzio Galilei, Antoine Boesset, Michelagnolo Galilei, Giovanni Kapsperger, Andrea Gabrieli, Giusseppo Corteccia, Giovanni Gabrieli, Francesco Caccini, Giovanni Battista Buonamente. Musicians: Anna Fraser (soprano), Anna McDonald (baroque violin), Matthew Greco (baroque violin), Nicole Forsyth (baroque viola), Tara Hashambhoy (baroque viola), Daniel Yeadon (viola da gamba), Mattheusz Diehl (violone), Steven Machamer (percussion), Andrew Byrne (Lute, theorbo, direction). Live image cues: Myfanwy Dibben. Narration: Owen Collins and Patrick Helean of the Questacon Excited Particles. Italian poetry by Giambattista Marino recited by Paola Vertecchi. Script by Andrew Byrne after the works and letters of Galileo Galilei, Vincenzo Galilei, Michelagnolo Galilei, The Holy Roman Inquisition records of 1616 and 1632, Claudius Ptolemaeus (90-168 c.e.), Censorinus (3rd century c.e.). Astro-Photography by David Malin, NASA, JAXA and as credited or otherwise used with permission. This documentary video doesn't really give the full immersive experience but will give a representative taste of what it was like. Some sound balance issues in places so turn it up for music and down for voices where required!. Published February 15th 2014 on Galileo's 450th birthday. Enjoy!

  • A voi, reali amanti - Cristoforo Malvezzi for 15 Trombones

    3:16

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  • La Favolla dApollo: 11. Dal vago e bel sereno a 6 La Pellegrina

    5:19

    Provided to YouTube by harmonia mundi

    La Favolla d'Apollo: 11. Dal vago e bel sereno a 6 La Pellegrina · Pygmalion · Raphaël Pichon

    Stravaganza d'Amore! The Birth of Opera at the Medici Court

    ℗ harmonia mundi

    Released on: 2017-05-19

    Artist: Pygmalion
    Ensemble: Pygmalion
    Artist: Raphaël Pichon
    Conductor: Raphaël Pichon
    Composer: Cristofano Malvezzi
    Lyricist: Giovanni de’ Bardi

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  • Malvezzi Sinfonia 1

    4:05

    Concert recording from St Mary's Church Penzance UK
    22nd February 2020
    The James Hook Players & Choir
    Directed by Russell Blacker

  • C. Malvezzi Sinfonia à 6 de Lharmonie des spheres Garçimuñoz-ENSAYO/REHEARSAL

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    Cristofano MALVEZZI : Sinfonia à 6 de L'harmonie des spheres

    Por/by
    Garçimuñoz

    Source/fuente:
    (1589). LA PELLIGRINA

    info:




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  • INTERMEDI DELLA PELLEGRINA - Trailer 2019 Teatro del Maggio Musicale Fiorentino

    4:26

    Intermedi della Pellegrina
    A WORLD PREMIERE ON VIDEO
    FIRENZE 1589 - An itinerant show staged in the Boboli gardens of Palazzo Pitti.
    6 choreographical and musical Intermedi composed for the wedding of Ferdinando de’ Medici and Christina of Lorraine, Grand Dukes of Tuscany.
    DISCOVER:

    Music by
    Cristofano Malvezzi (I Intermedio)
    Luca Marenzio (II Intermedio)
    Luca Marenzio (III Intermedio)
    Giulio Caccini, Cristofano Malvezzi,
    Giovanni de’ Bardi (IV Intermedio)
    Cristofano Malvezzi, Jacopo Peri (V Intermedio)
    Cristofano Malvezzi, Emilio de’ Cavalieri (VI Intermedio)

    Lyrics by
    Giovanni de’ Bardi, Ottavio Rinuccini (I Intermedio)
    Ottavio Rinuccini (II Intermedio)
    Ottavio Rinuccini (III Intermedio)
    Giovanni Battista Strozzi (IV Intermedio)
    Ottavio Rinuccini, Giovanni de’ Bardi (V Intermedio)
    Ottavio Rinuccini, Laura Lucchesini (VI Intermedio)

    Edition Sabina Cassola, Rome 2019
    New production of Teatro del Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, in collaboration with Gallerie degli Uffizi

    Orchestra Modo Antiquo
    Conductor: Federico Maria Sardelli
    Director: Valentino Villa
    Coro Ricercare Ensemble, Compagnia Dramatodìa
    Chorus Master: Alberto Allegrezza

    Cast:
    Soprano I Rossana Bertini
    Soprano II Elena Bertuzzi
    Alto Candida Guida
    Tenor Paolo Fanciullacci
    Baritone Marco Scavazza
    Bass Mauro Borgioni
    Extras Greta Cisternino, Barbara Novati, Marco Angelilli,, Edoardo Mozzanega, Francesco Napoli, Giuseppe Sartori

    Bandierai degli Uffizi

    Florence, May 2nd, 1589: in occasion of the wedding of the Grand Duke Ferdinando I and Christina of Lorraine an impressive celebration apparatus was put up to display the magnificence of the Medici household. Behind this official event lied an ambitious project which involved an incredible team of the most important poets and musicians of the time, such as Cristofano Malvezzi, Luca Marenzio, Giulio Caccini, Jacopo Peri, Emilio De’ Cavalieri as well as Count Giovanni De’ Bardi, who was engaged to compose the Intermedi for Girolamo Bargagli’s play La Pellegrina.
    Renaissance intermediums were sumptuous musical interludes inserted between the acts of a theatrical show on allegorical and moral themes with eclectic references to classical mythology. They are considered as the forerunners of musical opera.
    The spectacular show, which was performed using a complex stage machinery set up in Palazzo Pitti’s Boboli gardens , was an immediate success, so much that the intermediums were performed in the days to follow during another two plays.
    The Six intermediums in La Pellegrina provide for choral madrigals, double and triple choirs, solo accompanied numbers and instrumental pieces, inserted into the impressive and sumptuous staging by Bernando Buontalenti.

    430 years later, Teatro del Maggio Musicale Fiorentino in collaboration with Galleria Degli Uffizi produces the first staging in modern times of the Intermedi della Pellegrina through an itinerant show in Palazzo Pitti’s Boboli gardens.
    Stage director Valentino Villa’s approach was to “attempt at an ironic historical reconstruction, [where] imageries blur together, classical mythology is grafted onto contemporary iconography”.
    Conductor Federico Maria Sardelli leads Modo Antiquo and Chorus Master Alberto Allegrezza is at the head of Coro Ricercare Ensemble and Compagnia Dramatodìa.
    « A phantasmagorical show destined to mark history as the forerunner of opera » Bettina Hoffman

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  • La Favolla dApollo: 19. Sinfonia a 6 La Pellegrina

    2:35

    Provided to YouTube by harmonia mundi

    La Favolla d'Apollo: 19. Sinfonia a 6 La Pellegrina · Pygmalion · Raphaël Pichon

    Stravaganza d'Amore! The Birth of Opera at the Medici Court

    ℗ harmonia mundi

    Released on: 2017-05-19

    Artist: Pygmalion
    Ensemble: Pygmalion
    Artist: Raphaël Pichon
    Conductor: Raphaël Pichon
    Composer: Cristofano Malvezzi
    Lyricist: Ottavio Rinuccini

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  • Dalle piu alte sfere

    4:52

    Salome Sandovals Voice Graduate Recital
    Gods and Mortals
    Program notes
    Preceding Operas, English masques and Spanish Zarzuelas, there were musical interludes unique to the Renaissance. These intermezzi were placed during feasts, processions, tournaments, or before, after and in between acts of a play, consisting of music and dance. The best documentation of intermedi comes from weddings in the Medici family as is the case for La Pellegrina: Intermedii et Concerti (1589), music for the wedding in Florence of Ferdinando de' Medici and Christine de Lorraine, Princess of France. With a budget relative to that of the feature films of today, the six intermedi published by Cristofano Malvezzi (1547-1599) might have offered an experience that was nothing short of stunning, according to the drawings such as the one above. In this evenings recital there are two selections from La Pellegrina: Dalle più alte sfere Intermedio I: l'Armonia delle sfere from the music attributed in the score to Antonio Archilei (1542-1612) but to Emilio de' Cavalieri (c.1550-1602) by Claude Palisca (1921-2001) and text by Giovanni Bardi, founder of the Camerata Fiorentina; and Intermedio III: Il combattimento pitico d'Apollo: O valoroso Dio by Lucca Marenzio (c.1553-1599). The first selection was performed by Vittoria Archilei (La Romanina, 1582-1620) who was an Italian singer, dancer, and lutenist. She was the wife of Antonio Archilei, also a lutenist; Cavalieri was her mentor. According to records of the time the castrato Magli and the Florentine courts prima donna Archilei descended to stage on a cloud singing their roles; Vittoria sung Armonia and self-accompanied with the lute along with other theorbo and viols. The goddess Armonia gives best wedding wishes to the married couple, comparing them to the Greek gods Minerva and Hercules. This piece contains demanding melodic passages so criticized later by Giulio Caccini (1551-1618). The second selection is a madrigal for voices and instruments, most likely winds or a viol consort, in which shepherds and shepherdesses praise and summon the god Apollo.
    Translation: From the highest spheres, friendly escort of the celestial sirens, I am Harmony, that comes to you, O mortals, after beating my wings up to the highest heavens, to bring back their flame, for never has the sun looked upon so noble a couple as you, new Minerva and strong Hercules.

    Guest Artists (in alphabetical order): Karen Burciaga, treble viol; Edith Cockley, baroque violin; Doug Freundlich,
    theorbo; Peter Geiersbach, tenor viol and baroque cello; Hannah Davidson, treble viol; Teri Kowiak, as Cupid; Dan Meyers, recorders; Jennifer Norman, as Iphigenia; Ellis Reyes, baroque bassoon; Josh Schreiber Shalem, bass viol; Alastair Thompson, harpsichord and organ.

    Production crew: vocal coaching: Laurie Monahan; additional vocal coaching: Thomas Meglioranza, Stephen Stubbs, Ellen Hargis and Ricard Bordas; stage coaching: Mercedes Rengifo; costume production: Leonor Strauss and Salome Sandoval; costume assistants: Mercedes Rengifo and Jaya Lakshminarayanan; props: Teri Kowiak and Salome S.; light and stage design: Salome S.; Stage production: David Kalan, Jennifer Norman, Dori Smith and Salome S.; lights and stage manager: Jessica Rossi.

    Special thanks to: Mercedes Rengifo, Mike McNutt, Frances Fitch, Laurie Monahan, Jane Hershey, Kinny Earle, Rob Ferrell, all the amazing performers and everyone who made this concert possible.

    Longy School of Music. April 8th, 2010

  • C. MALVEZZI: «La Pellegrina» Dal vago e bel sereno a 6, Pygmalion

    5:17

    Cristofano Malvezzi 1547 – 1599

    «La Pellegrina»

    Dal vago e bel sereno a 6

    Sophie Junker
    Maïlys de Villoutreys
    Renato Dolcini
    Lucile Richardot
    Luciana Mancini
    Virgile Ancely
    Deborah Cachet
    Zachary Wilder
    Safir Behloul
    Davy Cornillot
    Nicolas Brooymans
    Renaud Bres

    Pygmalion
    Raphaël Pichon [direction]

  • Renaissance piece: Dal vago e bel sereno - Cristofano Malvezzi

    7:59

    1589 Cristofano Malvezzi wrote this piece as part of the Intermedi for the wedding of Ferdinando I. de Medici with Christine von Lothringen. In this piece the gods Bacchus and Apollo bring the gift of harmony and rhythm (carols and dances) to the humans..

  • Mia benigna fortuna e l viver lieto

    4:52

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    Mia benigna fortuna e 'l viver lieto · Musica Figurata

    Malvezzi: Madrigali a 5 e 6 voci

    ℗ 2012 Tactus

    Released on: 2012-10-01

    Ensemble: Musica Figurata
    Composer: Cristofano Malvezzi

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  • Occhi miei che vedesti

    2:35

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    Occhi miei che vedesti · Musica Figurata

    Malvezzi: Madrigali a 5 e 6 voci

    ℗ 2012 Tactus

    Released on: 2012-10-01

    Ensemble: Musica Figurata
    Composer: Cristofano Malvezzi

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  • La Pellegrina: O fortunato giorno, a 30

    2:29

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    La Pellegrina: O fortunato giorno, a 30 · Capriccio Stravagante Consort Voices · Collegium Vocale Gent · Capriccio Stravagante Renaissance Orchestra · Skip Sempé

    Skip Sempé: Memorandum XXI

    ℗ Paradizo

    Released on: 2013-10-28

    Artist: Capriccio Stravagante Consort Voices
    Soloist: Capriccio Stravagante Consort Voices
    Artist: Capriccio Stravagante Renaissance Orchestra
    Orchestra: Capriccio Stravagante Renaissance Orchestra
    Artist: Collegium Vocale Gent
    Ensemble: Collegium Vocale Gent
    Artist: Skip Sempé
    Conductor: Skip Sempé
    Composer: Cristofano Malvezzi

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  • M o n t e v e r d i e i l s u o T e m p o . Guillemette Laurens

    1:10:34

    M o n t e v e r d i e i l s u o T e m p o . Guillemette Laurens

    Claudio Monteverdi
    * Con che soavitá

    Dario Castello
    * Sonata 15

    Claudio Monteverdi
    * Ohimé ch'io cado

    Tarquinio Merula
    * Chiaconna à 2

    Girolamo Frescobaldi
    * Toccata udecima

    Giovanni Battista Riccio
    * Canzon a doi soprani in echo proposta

    Claudio Monteverdi
    * Tempro la cetra

    Girolamo Frescobaldi
    * Toccata nona

    Claudio Monteverdi
    * Et è pur dunque vero

    Biagio Marini
    * Passacaglio

    Cristofano Malvezzi
    * Sinfonia

    Claudio Monteverdi
    * Ecco di dolci raggi
    * Se vittorie si belle
    * Zefiro torna e'bel tempo rimena
    * Si dolce è il tormento

    - Guillemette Laurens, mezzo-soprano

    CAPRICCIO STRAVAGANTE
    S k ip S e m p é

  • Intermedi della pellegrina, Pt. 5 Il canto dArione: No. 3, Sinfonia á 6

    2:24

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    Intermedi della pellegrina, Pt. 5 Il canto d'Arione: No. 3, Sinfonia á 6 (Live) · Modo Antiquo

    Intermedi della pellegrina (Live)

    ℗ 2020 Dynamic

    Released on: 2020-01-17

    Conductor: Federico Maria Sardelli
    Ensemble: Modo Antiquo
    Composer: Cristofano Malvezzi

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  • O fortunato giorno, a 30

    2:29

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    O fortunato giorno, a 30 · Capriccio Stravagante Consort Voices · Capriccio Stravagante Renaissance Orchestra · Collegium Vocale Gent · Skip Sempé

    La Pellegrina - Intermedii 1589

    ℗ Paradizo

    Released on: 2007-09-26

    Artist: Capriccio Stravagante Consort Voices
    Soloist: Capriccio Stravagante Consort Voices
    Artist: Capriccio Stravagante Renaissance Orchestra
    Orchestra: Capriccio Stravagante Renaissance Orchestra
    Artist: Collegium Vocale Gent
    Ensemble: Collegium Vocale Gent
    Artist: Skip Sempé
    Conductor: Skip Sempé
    Composer: Cristofano Malvezzi

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  • Dolcissime sirene

    1:04

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    Dolcissime sirene · Early Music New York - Frederick Renz, Director

    Music of Renaissane Love

    ℗ 2010 Early Music Foundation, Inc.

    Released on: 2010-01-15

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  • O cameretta che gia fusti un porto

    4:16

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    O cameretta che gia fusti un porto · Musica Figurata

    Malvezzi: Madrigali a 5 e 6 voci

    ℗ 2012 Tactus

    Released on: 2012-10-01

    Ensemble: Musica Figurata
    Composer: Cristofano Malvezzi

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  • Ivo piangendo i miei passati tempi

    2:35

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    I'vo piangendo i miei passati tempi · Musica Figurata

    Malvezzi: Madrigali a 5 e 6 voci

    ℗ 2012 Tactus

    Released on: 2012-10-01

    Ensemble: Musica Figurata
    Composer: Cristofano Malvezzi

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  • La Pellegrina: O fortunato giorno

    5:07

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    La Pellegrina: O fortunato giorno · Ensemble Pygmalion · Raphaël Pichon

    harmonia mundi spring-summer 2017

    ℗ harmonia mundi

    Released on: 2017-02-17

    Artist: Ensemble Pygmalion
    Ensemble: Ensemble Pygmalion
    Artist: Raphaël Pichon
    Conductor: Raphaël Pichon
    Composer: Cristofano Malvezzi

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  • Intermedi della pellegrina, Pt. 6 La discesa di Apollo e Bacco col ritmo e larmonia: No. 2,...

    1:14

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    Intermedi della pellegrina, Pt. 6 La discesa di Apollo e Bacco col ritmo e l'armonia: No. 2, O qual risplende nube (Live) · Compagnia Dramatodìa

    Intermedi della pellegrina (Live)

    ℗ 2020 Dynamic

    Released on: 2020-01-17

    Ensemble: Compagnia Dramatodìa
    Ensemble: Coro Ricercare Ensemble
    Conductor: Federico Maria Sardelli
    Ensemble: Modo Antiquo
    Composer: Cristofano Malvezzi

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  • La Pellegrina 1589, Zweiter Teil, Quinto Intermedio: Malvezzi/ Rinuccini: - Io Che L Onde Raffreno

    1:29

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    La Pellegrina 1589, Zweiter Teil, Quinto Intermedio: Malvezzi/ Rinuccini: - Io Che L' Onde Raffreno · Stockholmer Kammerchor/Eric Ericson/Linde Consort/Hans-Martin Linde/Heinrich Huber/Emil Rudin/Norbert Madas/Friedrich Werhahn/Herbert Hoever/Doris Wolff-Malm/Heinz Otto Graf/Michael Jappe/Yukimi Kambe/Arianne Maurette/Angelo Viale/Rudolf Sc

    La Pellegrina - Musik zur Medici-Hochzeit 1589 (Remastered)

    ℗ 1973 Original 1973 Digital Remaster 2000 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by EMI Music Germany GmbH & Co. KG

    Choir: Stockholmer Kammerchor
    Choir: Eric Ericson
    Compiler: Eric Ericson
    Chorus, Lead Vocals: Stockholmer Kammerchor
    Lead Vocals: Eric Ericson
    Producer: Gerd Berg
    Lead Vocals, Vocal Ensemble: Linde Consort
    Produced & Engineered by: Gerd Berg
    Lead Vocals: Hans-Martin Linde
    Tonmeister: Johann Nikolaus Matthes
    Lead Vocals, Musicians: Heinrich Huber
    Lead Vocals, Musicians: Emil Rudin
    Ensemble: Linde Consort
    Lead Vocals, Musicians: Norbert Madas
    Lead Vocals, Musicians: Friedrich Werhahn
    Director: Hans-Martin Linde
    Lead Vocals, Musicians: Herbert Hoever
    Lead Vocals, Musicians: Doris Wolff-Malm
    Musicians: Heinz Otto Graf
    Lead Vocals, Musicians: Heinz-Otto Graf
    Lead Vocals, Musicians: Michael Jappe
    Lead Vocals, Musicians: Yukimi Kambe
    Lead Vocals, Musicians: Arianne Maurette
    Lead Vocals, Musicians: Angelo Viale
    Lead Vocals, Musicians: Rudolf Scheidegger
    Composer: Cristofano Malvezzi
    Composer: Ottavio Rinuccini

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  • Intermedi della pellegrina, Pt. 1 Larmonia delle sfere: No. 6, Coppia gentil

    1:48

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    Intermedi della pellegrina, Pt. 1 L'armonia delle sfere: No. 6, Coppia gentil (Live) · Compagnia Dramatodìa

    Intermedi della pellegrina (Live)

    ℗ 2020 Dynamic

    Released on: 2020-01-17

    Ensemble: Compagnia Dramatodìa
    Ensemble: Coro Ricercare Ensemble
    Conductor: Federico Maria Sardelli
    Ensemble: Modo Antiquo
    Composer: Cristofano Malvezzi

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  • Luca Scandali allorgano in stile rinascimentale di Santa Caterina a Treviso | ANTIQUA VOX®

    56:02

    Concerto del 2 settembre 2015 all'organo Zanin della chiesa di Santa Caterina a Treviso, in occasione della masterclass “La musica per organo in Italia dal XVI al XIX secolo” tenuta da Luca Scandali e Marco Ruggeri e organizzata da Antiqua Vox®.

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    ----- PROGRAMMA del CONCERTO -----

    Marc’ Antonio Cavazzoni - RECERCADA 00:36
    - LAUTRE YOR PER UN MATIN 04:40

    Gioseffo Guami - TOCCATA DEL SECONDO TUONO 09:42

    Cristofano Malvezzi - FUGA SECUNDA À 4 12:24

    Giovanni Picchi - BALLO ONGARO, IL SUO BALLETTO 15:59
    - TODESCHA, BALLETTO 19:58

    Girolamo Frescobaldi - ARIA DETTA BALLETTO 22:15
    - TOCCATA PRIMA 27:43
    - PARTITE SOPRA LA MONICHA 32:21

    Bernardo Storace - BALLO DELLA BATTAGLIA 41:56
    - PASSACAGLI SOPRA A LA MI RE 44:56


    ----- L' ORGANO -----

    Strumento in Stile Rinascimentale Italiano costruito dalla Ditta organaria Francesco Zanin nel 1998 e collocato su pedana lignea, entro cassa armonica in abete naturale. Prospetto suddiviso in cinque campate 7 / 9 / 5 / 9 / 7 e 2 con organetti morti.
    Tastiera di 60 note (Do1-La4) con in più Lab 1,2 e 3 e Re# 2,3 e 4, prima ottava corta. Pedaliera a leggio di 20 note (Do1-Si1) con prima ottava corta.
    Temperamento Mesotonico e corista di 440 Hz.

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  • La Pellegrina: Dal vago e bel sereno, a 6

    4:00

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    La Pellegrina: Dal vago e bel sereno, a 6 · Capriccio Stravagante Consort Voices · Skip Sempé · Collegium Vocale Gent · Capriccio Stravagante Renaissance Orchestra

    Skip Sempé: Memorandum XXI

    ℗ Paradizo

    Released on: 2013-10-28

    Artist: Capriccio Stravagante Consort Voices
    Soloist: Capriccio Stravagante Consort Voices
    Artist: Capriccio Stravagante Renaissance Orchestra
    Orchestra: Capriccio Stravagante Renaissance Orchestra
    Artist: Collegium Vocale Gent
    Ensemble: Collegium Vocale Gent
    Artist: Skip Sempé
    Conductor: Skip Sempé
    Composer: Cristofano Malvezzi

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  • E noi con questa bella diva, a 5

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    E noi con questa bella diva, a 5 · Capriccio Stravagante Consort Voices · Capriccio Stravagante Renaissance Orchestra · Collegium Vocale Gent · Skip Sempé

    La Pellegrina - Intermedii 1589

    ℗ Paradizo

    Released on: 2007-09-26

    Artist: Capriccio Stravagante Consort Voices
    Soloist: Capriccio Stravagante Consort Voices
    Artist: Capriccio Stravagante Renaissance Orchestra
    Orchestra: Capriccio Stravagante Renaissance Orchestra
    Artist: Collegium Vocale Gent
    Ensemble: Collegium Vocale Gent
    Artist: Skip Sempé
    Conductor: Skip Sempé
    Composer: Cristofano Malvezzi

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  • Claudio Monteverdi - Vespro della Beata Vergine 01

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    Claudio Monteverdi
    VESPRO DELLA BEATA VERGINE (1610)

    Cristofano Malvezzi
    SINFONIA I

    Claudio Monteverdi
    DOMINE AD ADJUVANDUM

    Soli, coro e orchestra de
    IL CONCENTO

    Luca Franco Ferrari, direttore

    (Live: Sospel - 27/07/2011 - Festival Les Baroquiales)



    IL CONCENTO

    IN CORNU EVANGELII
    Silvia Piccollo, cantus
    Renzo Bez, altus
    Giovanni Cantarini, tenor
    Matteo Armanino, bassus

    Marino Lagomarsino, violino
    Krishna Nagaraja, violino/viola da brazzo contralto
    Massimo Vivaldi, viola da brazzo tenore
    Nicola Paoli, violoncino


    IN CORNU EPISTOLAE
    Elisa Franzetti, cantus
    Marina Frandi, altus
    Vincenzo Di Donato, tenor
    Riccardo Ristori, bassus

    Andrea Inghisciano, cornetto
    Núria Sanromà Gabàs, cornetto
    Fabrizio Cinquetti, cornetto/cornetto tenore
    Roberta Pregliasco, trombone contralto
    Elina Veronese, trombone tenore
    Ian Veronese, trombone basso


    IN MEDIO ALTARIS
    Luigi Fontana, organo
    Elena Cicinskaite, tiorba
    Gianni La Marca, viola da gamba
    Roberto Massetti, violone


    CAPPELLA
    Primo Choro
    Luisa Bagnoli, cantus
    Annalisa Tunesi, altus
    Filippo Biolé, tenor
    Matteo Guerrieri, bassus

    Secondo Choro
    Elisa Moretto, cantus
    Linda Zunino, altus
    Carlo Bavastro, tenor
    Gian Maria Patrone, bassus


    PUERI CANTORES
    Emma Bez, Alessandra Longobardi
    Chiara Longobardi, Clara Cavanna


    SCHOLA
    Matteo Soro, Edoardo Valle


    Luca Franco Ferrari, direttore



  • Orgelet,1627. Cristoforo Malvezzi Canzona 2° tono

    3:43

    Bourdon, Flute, Doublette 1627, puis Plein-jeu 1627.
    Robert Descombes
    16 Avril 2014

  • O qual risplende nube, a 6

    1:21

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    O qual risplende nube, a 6 · Capriccio Stravagante Consort Voices · Capriccio Stravagante Renaissance Orchestra · Skip Sempé

    La Pellegrina - Intermedii 1589

    ℗ Paradizo

    Released on: 2007-09-26

    Artist: Capriccio Stravagante Consort Voices
    Soloist: Capriccio Stravagante Consort Voices
    Artist: Capriccio Stravagante Renaissance Orchestra
    Orchestra: Capriccio Stravagante Renaissance Orchestra
    Artist: Skip Sempé
    Conductor: Skip Sempé
    Composer: Cristofano Malvezzi

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  • Fuga secunda à 4

    3:30

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    Fuga secunda à 4 · Luca Scandali & Mauro Occhionero

    Balli, battaglie e canzoni: 16th Century Music for Organ and Percussion

    ℗ Brilliant Classics

    Released on: 2016-10-01

    Soloist: Luca Scandali
    Soloist: Mauro Occhionero
    Composer: Cristofano Malvezzi
    Music Publisher: Brilliant Classics

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  • Canzon del secondo tono

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    Canzon del secondo tono · Stefano Lorenzetti

    Malvezzi: Madrigali a 5 e 6 voci

    ℗ 2012 Tactus

    Released on: 2012-10-01

    Artist: Stefano Lorenzetti
    Composer: Cristofano Malvezzi

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  • Or che le due grand’alme, a 6

    2:07

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    Or che le due grand’alme, a 6 · Capriccio Stravagante Consort Voices · Capriccio Stravagante Renaissance Orchestra · Skip Sempé

    La Pellegrina - Intermedii 1589

    ℗ Paradizo

    Released on: 2007-09-26

    Artist: Capriccio Stravagante Consort Voices
    Soloist: Capriccio Stravagante Consort Voices
    Artist: Capriccio Stravagante Renaissance Orchestra
    Orchestra: Capriccio Stravagante Renaissance Orchestra
    Artist: Skip Sempé
    Conductor: Skip Sempé
    Composer: Cristofano Malvezzi

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  • Ricercare del secondo tuono

    4:21

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    Ricercare del secondo tuono · Andrea Vannucchi

    Gli organi agati e tronci

    ℗ 2018 Elegia Classics

    Released on: 2018-03-01

    Artist: Andrea Vannucchi
    Composer: Cristofano Malvezzi

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  • Il Ballo degli reali Amanti: 34. Dolcissime sirene a 6 La Pellegrina

    1:41

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    Il Ballo degli reali Amanti: 34. Dolcissime sirene a 6 La Pellegrina · Pygmalion · Raphaël Pichon

    Stravaganza d'Amore! The Birth of Opera at the Medici Court

    ℗ harmonia mundi

    Released on: 2017-05-19

    Artist: Pygmalion
    Ensemble: Pygmalion
    Artist: Raphaël Pichon
    Conductor: Raphaël Pichon
    Composer: Cristofano Malvezzi
    Lyricist: Ottavio Rinuccini

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  • Sinfonia, a 6

    2:03

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    Sinfonia, a 6 · Capriccio Stravagante Renaissance Orchestra · Skip Sempé

    La Pellegrina - Intermedii 1589

    ℗ Paradizo

    Released on: 2007-09-26

    Artist: Capriccio Stravagante Renaissance Orchestra
    Orchestra: Capriccio Stravagante Renaissance Orchestra
    Artist: Skip Sempé
    Conductor: Skip Sempé
    Composer: Cristofano Malvezzi

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  • Sinfonia à 6 Larmonia delle sfere from La Pellegrina for Wind Sextet

    2:18

    Cristofano Malvezzi (1547 – 1599) was an Italian organist and composer of the late Renaissance. He was one of the most famous composers in the city of Florence during a time of transition to the Baroque style.

    Malevezzi was born in Lucca. From 1551 he lived in Florence, serving the Medicis from 1562. He held a number of organist posts in the city, and also taught pupils, among them Jacopo Peri, who is often regarded as the inventor of opera. From 1573 he held the double post of maestro di cappella at the cathedral as well as at S Giovanni Battista, which was the highest position for a musician in the city. Among his works are three books of madrigals, a book of ricercars, but only two sacred compositions—a curious omission for a composer so closely connected with the church.

    Because of his activity in Florence, the numerous intermedi that he wrote for the Medici and other members of the aristocracy, his dedication of a book of ricercars to Count Giovanni de' Bardi, and the dedication of a book of madrigals to Emilio de' Cavalieri, it is likely that he was a member of the Florentine Camerata, the group of progressive musicians and poets who, in attempting to recreate the music of ancient Greece, created the first monody and ultimately the first opera. This is reinforced by the fact that he composed much of the music for the La Pellegrina intermedi of 1589, which was carefully designed by the Camerata. Whether or not he was part of the intimate group, his music was among the best known in Florence. One of the grandest compositions of the time, a colossal setting of O fortunato giorno which he composed for a sumptuous intermedio intended for an aristocratic marriage, is for thirty separate vocal parts divided into seven spatially separated choirs. Some of his madrigals are written in the monodic style, which implies further a possible connection with the Camerata.

    La Pellegrina is a comedy commissioned in 1589 by Ferdinando I de 'Medici to Girolamo Bargagli , presented by the members of the Accademia degli Intronati from Siena , for the celebration of his wedding with Cristina of Lorraine. Six Intermedii et Concerti were included in the comedy for the wedding of Don Ferdinando Medici and Madama Christina of Lorraine , organized by Giovanni Bardi , count of Vernio and leader of the famous Camerata de 'Bardi , which includes the composers and authors of the text of these intermediates, which were the richest and most spectacular of the whole Renaissance.

    Once the intermediates were used to complete a comedy, now instead it is done backwards, writing the comedy for the intermediates : these words of the poet, playwright and pharmacist Antonfrancesco Grazzini (called Il Lasca), of 1565, define the meaning that the intermediates had assumed in the theatrical life of the time. Originally, according to the meaning of their term of interlude , they played a role subordinate to the theatrical work but soon their part grew in importance, attracting the attention of both the artists and the public. The staging of the comedy came to offer little more than a pretext for the intermediates.

    Source: Wikipedia (

    Although originally composed for Chorus (SSATBB), I created this Interpretation of the Sinfonia à 6 (No. 1) L'armonia delle sfere from La Pellegrina for Wind Sextet (Flute, Oboe, English Horn, French Horn, Bassoon and F Tuba).

  • Fuga secunda à 4

    3:42

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    Fuga secunda à 4 · Andrea Vannucchi

    Gli organi agati e tronci

    ℗ 2018 Elegia Classics

    Released on: 2018-03-01

    Artist: Andrea Vannucchi
    Composer: Cristofano Malvezzi

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