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Playlist of Vincenzo Ruffo

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  • Vincenzo Ruffo - Gloria

    3:31

    Le Poeme Harmonique, Vincent Dumestre
    1610 Nova Metamorphosi


    Vincenzo Ruffo
    07. Gloria

  • Vicenzo Ruffo Missa Quarti Toni

    21:40

    Vicenzo Ruffo (1508, Verona, Italia - 9 de febrero de 1587, Sacile, Italia).

    Missa Quarti Toni
    I. Kyrie eleison. [00:00]
    II. Gloria. [04:41]
    III. Credo. [08:12]
    IV. Sanctus. [14:36]
    V. Agnus Dei. [18:53]

    Le Poème Harmonique.
    Vincent Dumestre, director.

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  • Vox Tremula — Vincenzo Ruffo, La Danza

    3:04

    La Danza (Capricci in musica a tre voci)
    by Vincenzo Ruffo (ca. 1510-1587)

    Vox Tremula
    Milena Cord-to-Krax, Elena Escartín & Gonzalo Llao, recorders

    Zoé Desquesnes, contemporary dance

    José De León, video recording & postproduction

    Renaissance recorder consort by Bob Marvin.

    This video was filmed at Monasterio de San Jerónimo in Seville.

  • Vincenzo Ruffo - Kyrie eleison

    4:41

    Le Poeme Harmonique, Vincent Dumestre
    1610 Nova Metamorphosi


    Vincenzo Ruffo (v. 1510-1587)
    05. Kyrie eleison

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  • Vincenzo Ruffo: Capricci in musica a tre voci

    3:53

    Vincenzo Ruffo (Verona, 1508 - Sacile, 1587)

    Capricci in musica a tre voci (1564):
    -La Gamba in basso & soprano
    -La gamba in tenore


    ContrArco Consort:
    Valentina Nicolai, viola da gamba basso
    Marco Ottone, viola da gamba tenore
    Gianfranco Russo, viola da braccio rinascimentale & direzione

  • Vincenzo Ruffo Adoramus Te, Christe

    2:11

    Vincenzo Ruffo (1508-1587) Adoramus Te, Christe

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  • Adoramus Te, Christe - Vincenzo Ruffo

    1:36

    Amici Cantores dir. Stefano Torelli
    Live 2011 (Milano, San Lorenzo)

  • Vincenzo Ruffo, Capriccio IX, La Disperata

    3:18

    Vincenzo Ruffo (1508?-1587), Capriccio IX, La Disperata
    Roberta Invernizzi, soprano
    Accademia Strumentale Italiana, Alberto Rasi

    No copyright infringement intended
    This music belongs to Stradivarius

  • VIVID Consort|Vincenzo Ruffo - La Gamba

    1:14

    Vincenzo Ruffo - La Gamba

    - VIVID Consort -
    Lorina Vallaster
    Christine Gnigler
    Sheng-Fang Chiu


    VIVID Consort Recorder Trio|

    Images by Theresa Pewal
    & Special thanks to Emée Soulcié

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  • Trio Viaggio - Vincenzo Ruffo: Capriccio sopra la Gamba in tenor

    1:08

    Coviello Classics

  • Vincenzo Ruffo, Capriccio XVI, El Perfidioso

    2:42

    Vincenzo Ruffo (1508?-1587), Capriccio XVI, El Perfidioso
    Roberta Invernizzi, soprano
    Accademia Strumentale Italiana, Alberto Rasi

    No copyright infringement intended
    This music belongs to Stradivarius

  • Vincenzo Ruffo - La Piva

    1:07

    Let me present you the lute trio from music school for young children in little Czech town Choceň. The girls played in lute trio for at least four years as an addition to classical guitar studies.

    Players:
    Milan Duspiva - teacher/leader/arranger
    Tereza Musilová, Eliška Bubnová - students

    Eight-course renaissance tenor lutes are made by Tibor Haluščák, Czech Republic.
    Enjoy!
    -----
    Poslechněte si výsledek práce loutnového tria, které již nejméně čtyři roky funguje v ZUŠ Choceň. Loutnistky mají tento předmět jako doplněk ke studiu klasické kytary.
    Hráči:
    Milan Duspiva - vedoucí/učitel/aranžér
    Tereza Musilová, Eliška Bubnová - žačky

    Osmisborové renesanční tenorové loutny vyrobené Tiborem Haluščákem.

  • Vincenzo Ruffo - Sanctus

    4:12

    Le Poeme Harmonique, Vincent Dumestre
    1610 Nova Metamorphosi


    Vincenzo Ruffo
    11. Sanctus

  • Vincenzo Ruffo - Agnus Dei

    2:53

    Le Poeme Harmonique, Vincent Dumestre
    1610 Nova Metamorphosi


    Vincenzo Ruffo
    12. Agnus Dei

  • Vincenzo Ruffo: Fiere silvestre

    3:10

    The Cipriano Project:
    Hanna Järveläinen soprano
    Jarno Lehtola tenor
    Mats Lillhannus tenor
    Jussi Lehtipuu bass

  • Trio Viaggio - Vincenzo Ruffo: Capriccio sopra la Gamba in basso e soprano

    1:29

    Coviello Classics

  • Vincenzo Ruffo - La desperata

    3:28

    Vincenzo Ruffo (1510 - 1587), fu un compositore italiano del periodo rinascimentale.
    Nacque a Verona, dove pubblicò le sue prime opere nel 1539, e dove fu animatore dell'Accademia Filarmonica e maestro del coro della Cattedrale.
    Nel 1563 diventò Maestro di Cappella del Duomo di Milano.
    La sua musica fu all'inizio fortemente ispirata dalla scuola Franco - Fiamminga, ma tese poi con il passare degli anni a una maggiore semplificazione delle forme.
    La Desperata fa parte della raccolta Capricci in musica a tre voci, pubblicata a Milano nel 1564, la prima raccolta conosciuta di brani strumentali definiti Capricci.

    Nelle fotografie l'Eremo di S.Donato a Como

  • Vincenzo Ruffo: La Disperata

    2:23

    Richard Kromke (Renaissance-Baßflöte)
    Theodora Kromke (Renaissance-Sopranflöte)
    [auf Wunsch anonym] (Renaissance-Tenorflöte)

    Preisträger „Jugend musiziert“ im Bundeswettbewerb 2017 in Paderborn, spielen

    „La Disperata“ von Vincenzo Ruffo (1508-1587)

    Aufnahme und musikalische Leitung: Andreas Strunkeit

  • Vincenzo Ruffo - Credo

    6:27

    Le Poeme Harmonique, Vincent Dumestre
    1610 Nova Metamorphosi


    Vincenzo Ruffo
    08. Credo

  • Vincenzo Ruffo: La Gamba

    2:47

    V. Ruffo: La Gamba
    from Capricci in musica, Milan 1564

    live from Csíkszeredai Régizene Fesztivál - Miercurea Ciuc
    XI Early Music Festival


    Paolo Tognon, sopran diulcian
    Lucio Testi, tenor dulcian
    Stefano Somalvico, bass dulcian
    Fabiano Merlante, archlute

    Contacts and booking: paolo.tognon@gmail.com

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  • Adoramus Te, Christe

    2:22

    Vincenzo Ruffo: Adoramus Te, Christe. :) Enjoy and post!

  • Vincenzo Ruffo - La desperata

    2:07

    CONCERTO SCIROCCO
    Corinne Sattler _ Gesang
    Pietro Modesti _ Zink
    Amélie Chemin _Viola da gamba
    Maria Ferré Pérez _ Laute
    Giulia Genini _ Dulzian und Blockflöten
    Marc Meisel _ Orgel
    Catalina Vicens _ Perkussion

  • Dormendo un giorno - Vincenzo Ruffo, Capricci in Musica

    2:35

    Live recording, Quinto (CH) Chiesa di San Pietro. September 2013.
    © RSI Rete Due.

    Dormendo un giorno
    Vincenzo Ruffo, Capricci in Musica (1564)

    Luca Pianca, lute
    Margret Koell, harp
    Guillermo Perez, portative organ

  • Dormendo un giorno

    3:54

    Laura Hanetseder, Laura Dümpelmann, Alena Kiszter, Blockflöten

    Graz, 29/01/2019

  • Titta Ruffo sings Suoni la tromba from Vincenzo Bellinis I puritani

    3:00

    Titta Ruffo sings 'Suoni la tromba' from Vincenzo Bellini's 'I puritani'.

    The basso is Andres de Segurola.

    This recording is from 1907.

    In the Hogart et al original issue (see Source), this recording is part of Volume 2: Complete Gramophones 1906-1908. The identification number is 54360 mx 10906b.

    Titta Ruffo (9 June 1877 - 5 July 1953) was an Italian opera singer, generally regarded as the greatest baritone of his generation. He made his debut in 1898 at the Teatro Constanzi in Rome as the Herald in Wagner's Lohengrin. After a slow start, his career took off in the early 1900s and he quickly achieved international renown. His major debuts were in Buenos Aires (1902), London (1903), Milan (1904), Lisbon (1907), and the Paris Opéra (1911). Ruffo made his American debut in Philadelphia in 1912 and sang extensively in Chicago. He reached the Metropolitan Opera relatively late in his career, in 1922 as Figaro in Rossini's The Barber of Seville. He sang 46 performances there from 1922 to 1929. He retired to Rome in 1935 and died in 1953 at the age of 76.

    Ruffo's repertoire included most of the major baritone roles in French and Italian opera, including Rigoletto, di Luna, Amonasro, Germont, Tonio, Rossini's Figaro, Hamlet, Iago, Carlo in Ernani, Don Giovanni, Barnaba, and Renato in Un ballo in maschera. He was also renowned for several baritone roles in operas largely forgotten today: the title roles in Ambroise Thomas's Hamlet and Franchetti's Cristoforo Colombo, Cascart in Leoncavallo's Zazà and Neri in Giordano's La cena delle beffe. Ruffo's signature roles were Rigoletto and Hamlet.

    Source. All of the Ruffo recordings in my channel were originally collected by William Hogarth, with the assistance of other collectors, notably Thomas Hood. They were issued informally on eight compact discs and subsequently reissued as one of Michael Richter's Audio Encyclopedias: Titta Ruffo: The Complete Recordings, AE 104. This reissue can be purchased from imagemogul.com/opera.html, AE1040D.

    Hogart, Richter, et al assert no rights to the compilation and encourage others to copy and to distribute in whole or in part. I do so here for your enjoyment.

  • Adoramus Te

    2:48

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Adoramus Te · Various Artists · Vincenzo Ruffo · Renaissance Chorus · Harold Brown

    50 Sacred Masterpieces

    ℗ 2013 Past Classics

    Released on: 2013-01-08

    Music Publisher: Saland Publishing

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Vincenzo Ruffo : Adoramus te, Christe

    1:49

    für 4 gleiche Stimmen gespielt mit dem Waldhorn von EINhorn.zollikerberg

  • La Disperata Vincenzo Ruffo Trio Intratempo

    2:17

    La Disperata de CAPRICCI IN MUSICA A TRE VOCI DI VINCENZO RUFFO MAESTRO DI CAPELLA NEL DOMO DI MILANO. Nuovamente dati in luce, a commodo de virtuosi. formati da Francesco Moscheni, IN MELANO (sic!) MDLXIIII.
    Trío Intratempo Flautas de Pico. Trudy Grimbergen, Anna Margules, Daniel Bernaza, Enero 2010..
    Imagenes: Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio ( 1571-1610)

  • La gamba - Vincenzo Ruffo

    1:45

    Conjunto de Violas da gamba

    Participação no concerto do Madrigal de Brasília na Casa Thomas Jefferson
    Televisionado pela TV Senado - 15/06/2012

  • La Gamba In Basso, E Soprano

    1:57

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    La Gamba In Basso, E Soprano (1564) · Jordi Savall · Fahmi Alqhai · Philippe Pierlot · Rafael Bonavita

    Erasmus - Praise of Folly (English Version)

    ℗ 2012 Alia Vox

    Released on: 2013-04-29

    Composer: Vincenzo Ruffo

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • La Brava Vincenzo Ruffo Trio Intratempo

    3:19

    La Brava de Vincenzo Ruffo ( 1508-1587) de Capricci in Musica a tre voci di Vincenzo Ruffo maestro di capella nel domo di Milano MDLXIIII .Trio Intratempo Flautas de Pico, Anna Margules, Trudy Grimbergen y Daniel Bernaza.

  • Vincenzo Ruffo, La Gamba in Basso e Soprano

    1:47

    Concerto La Musa inViolata
    Accademia degli Imperfetti
    Iglesias 24 maggio 2008

  • Vincenzo Ruffo : Adoramus te Christe

    2:07

    for male chorus, arranged for hornquartet and recorded with a french horn by EINhorn.zollikerberg

  • V.Ruffo - O felici occhi miei

    2:43

    Vincenzo Ruffo (1510 - 1587), fu un compositore italiano del periodo rinascimentale.
    Nacque a Verona, dove pubblicò le sue prime opere nel 1539, e dove fu animatore dell'Accademia Filarmonica e maestro del coro della Cattedrale.
    Nel 1563 diventò Maestro di Cappella del Duomo di Milano.
    La sua musica fu all'inizio fortemente ispirata dalla scuola Franco - Fiamminga, ma tese poi con il passare degli anni a una maggiore semplificazione delle forme.
    O felici occhi miei, basato sul celebre madrigale di Arcadelt fa parte della raccolta Capricci in musica a tre voci, pubblicata a Milano nel 1564, la prima raccolta conosciuta di brani strumentali definiti Capricci.

    Vincenzo Ruffo (1510 - 1587), was an Italian composer of the Renaissance period.
    He was born in Verona, where he published his first works in 1539, and where he was animator of the Philharmonic Academy and choirmaster of the Cathedral.
    In 1563 he became Kapellmeister of the Milan Cathedral.
    His early music was strongly inspired by Franco - Flemish school, but held out then over the years to further simplify the forms.
    O felici occhi miei, based on the famous Arcadelt's madrigal is part of the collection Capricci in musica a tre voci, published in Milan in 1564, the first known collection of instrumental pieces called Caprices

  • Musica Reservata ‎– 16th-Century Italian Dance Music

    45:21

    Villotta: Al Di Dolce Ben Mio (Filippo Azzaiolo) 0:00
    Gagliarda: La Gamba 1 (Anon.) 1:47
    Gagliarda: La Gamba 2 (Anon.) 3:34
    Saltarello: La Caracossa (Giovanni Pacoloni) 4:29
    Capriccio: La Gamba In Basso E Soprano (Vincenzo Ruffo) 5:32
    Gagliarda: La Scarpa 1 (Anon.) 7:44
    Gagliarda: La Scarpa 2 (Anon.) 8:32
    Gagliarda: Basela Un Trato (Anon.) 9:26
    Gagliarda: Baxela Un Trato 1 (Anon.) 10:16
    Gagliarda: Baxela Un Trato 2 (Anon.) 11:29
    Saltarello: Basala Un Trato (Giovanni Pacoloni) 12:43
    Gagliarda: Meza Notte 1 (Anon.) 13:50
    Gagliarda: Meza Notte 2 (Anon.) 14:53
    Pavana: La Traditora (Anon.) 15:35
    Gagliarda: La Traditora (Giovanni Pacoloni) 16:48
    Gagliarda: La Traditora (Anon.) 18:31
    Quodlibet: Fortuna D'un Gran Tempo / Che Fa La Ramacina / E Si Son / Dagdun Dagdun Vetusta (Ludovico Fogliano) 21:42
    Piva (Joan Ambrosio Dalza) 22:51
    Villotta: Gentil Madonna (Filippo Azzaiolo) 24:58
    Gagliarda: Gentil Madonna (Anon.) 27:14
    Padoanna: Gentil Madonna (Giovanni Pacoloni) 28:21
    Pavana: Le Forze D'Hercole 1 (Anon.) 29:57
    Pavana: Le Forze D'Hercole 2 (Anon.) 31:15
    Tanzlied: El Marchese Di Saluzzo (Anon.) 32:34
    Gagliarda: El Marchese Di Saluzzo (Anon.) 33:44
    Gagliarda: Il Marchese De Saluso (Giovanni Pacoloni) 35:13
    Villotta: Occhio Non Fu (Filippo Azzaiolo) 36:34
    Gagliarda: Giorgio (Anon.) 38:22
    Gagliarda: Zorzi (Anon.) 39:22
    Pavana: La Cornetta (Anon.) 40:28
    Pavana: El Colognese (Anon.) 42:28
    Passamezo & Gagliarda D'Italie (Anon.) 44:06

    Featuring the voices of mezzo-sopranos Jantina Noorman, countertenor Grayston Burgess, tenors Edgar Fleet and Nigel Rogers, baritone Geoffrey Shaw and bass David Thomas.

  • La Gamba In Basso, E Soprano

    2:02

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    La Gamba In Basso, E Soprano · Hespèrion XXI · Jordi Savall

    Altre Follie (1500-1750)

    ℗ 2005 Alia Vox

    Released on: 2005-01-01

    Composer: Vincenzo Ruffo

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  • Kalamata 2017 - Coro Polifonico Vincenzo Ruffo

    5:38

    International Choir Competition and Festival Kalamata.
    Category A1 - Male Choirs.
    On stage is Coro Polifonico Vincenzo Ruffo (Italy).

  • Ruffo - La Gamba in Basso, e Soprano

    1:59

    VINCENZO RUFFO (c. 1508-1587)

    La Gamba for a soprano instrument and basso continuo

    Performed by Hesperion XXI
    Directed by Jordi Savall

    *Vincenzo Ruffo was an Italian composer of the Renaissance. He was one of the composers most responsive to the musical reforms suggested by the Council of Trent, especially in his composition of masses, and as such was an influential member of the Counter-Reformation.

    Vincenzo Ruffo was born at Verona, and became a priest there in 1531. Most likely he studied with Biagio Rossetti, the organist at the cathedral in Verona. Ruffo published his first book of music in 1542. Also in 1542 he became maestro di cappella at the cathedral in Savona, but he only held this position for a year; the cathedral was destroyed in 1543 by the Genoese, and Ruffo fled.

    In either 1543 or 1544 he went to Milan to work for Alfonso d'Avalos, who was the governor of Milan at this time. When d'Avalos was called back to Madrid in 1546, Ruffo went back to in Verona, where he was the music director at the Accademia Filarmonica in 1551-1552, superseding Jan Nasco; in 1554 he became the choirmaster at the cathedral of Verona. While there he probably taught Gian Matteo Asola and Marc' Antonio Ingegneri, the teacher of Monteverdi; it is possible, though not proven, that he taught Andrea Gabrieli there as well.

    His music during this time was strongly influenced by the Franco-Flemish school, but when he in 1563 became maestro di cappella in the cathedral of Milan under Carlo Borromeo, he began composing in the Tridentine style of which Borromeo was a strong supporter. One of the criticisms of the Council of Trent was that music had become so contrapuntally complex that it was impossible the understand the words being sung: Ruffo responded by composing masses in as simple a style as was consistent with clear expression of the text. Late in his life, however, he evidently became dissatisfied with composing masses in a strictly chordal style and returned to using a moderately contrapuntal style.

    In 1572 he became the maestro di cappella at Pistoia, and then Milan again; for his final job he had a similar employment at the cathedral in Sacile, where he died in 1587.

  • La Gamba in basso e soprano: Vincenzo Ruffo

    1:14

    Taken at our concert at L'Eglise St-Merri, Paris, August 2013.

  • Kalamata 2017 - Coro Polifonico Vincenzo Ruffo

    1:44

    International Choir Competition and Festival Kalamata.
    Category S - Sacred Choral Music.
    On stage is Coro Polifonico Vincenzo Ruffo (Italy).

  • Missa Quarti Toni: Kyrie eleison

    4:41

    Provided to YouTube by IDOL

    Missa Quarti Toni: Kyrie eleison · Vincent Dumestre · Le Poème Harmonique

    Coppini, Monteverdi & Ruffo: Nova Metamorfosi

    ℗ Alpha

    Released on: 2003-01-01

    Composer: Vincenzo Ruffo

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  • Kalamata 2017 - Coro Polifonico Vincenzo Ruffo

    2:04

    International Choir Competition and Festival Kalamata.
    Category F - Folklore.
    On stage is Coro Polifonico Vincenzo Ruffo (Italy).

  • Ruffo / Guami - La gamba in basso / Canzon sopra la battaglia

    6:34

    Vincenzo Ruffo (um 1510-1587) - La Gamba in basso & soprano
    Gioseffo Guami (um 1540-1611) - Canzon sopra la Battaglia a 4

    Ensemble der Schola Cantorum Basiliensis

  • Ruffo, O felici occhi mei

    2:14

    Vincenzo Ruffo (1508 - 1587)
    O felici occhi mei (Milan, 1564)

    Consort les Voies Fleuries
    Sayaka Shinoda, violon Renaissance
    Angelina Holzhofer, alto Renaissance
    Barbara Hünninger, basse de violon

  • Titta Ruffo sings E canta il grillo from Vincenzo Billis Tizianello

    3:00

    Titta Ruffo sings 'E canta il grillo' from Vincenzo Billi's 'Tizianello'.

    This recording is from 1929.

    In the Hogart et al original issue (see Source), this recording is part of Volume 6: Complete Victors 1922-1929. The identification number is 1460 mx BVE 49960-1.

    Titta Ruffo (9 June 1877 - 5 July 1953) was an Italian opera singer, generally regarded as the greatest baritone of his generation. He made his debut in 1898 at the Teatro Constanzi in Rome as the Herald in Wagner's Lohengrin. After a slow start, his career took off in the early 1900s and he quickly achieved international renown. His major debuts were in Buenos Aires (1902), London (1903), Milan (1904), Lisbon (1907), and the Paris Opéra (1911). Ruffo made his American debut in Philadelphia in 1912 and sang extensively in Chicago. He reached the Metropolitan Opera relatively late in his career, in 1922 as Figaro in Rossini's The Barber of Seville. He sang 46 performances there from 1922 to 1929. He retired to Rome in 1935 and died in 1953 at the age of 76.

    Ruffo's repertoire included most of the major baritone roles in French and Italian opera, including Rigoletto, di Luna, Amonasro, Germont, Tonio, Rossini's Figaro, Hamlet, Iago, Carlo in Ernani, Don Giovanni, Barnaba, and Renato in Un ballo in maschera. He was also renowned for several baritone roles in operas largely forgotten today: the title roles in Ambroise Thomas's Hamlet and Franchetti's Cristoforo Colombo, Cascart in Leoncavallo's Zazà and Neri in Giordano's La cena delle beffe. Ruffo's signature roles were Rigoletto and Hamlet.

    Source. All of the Ruffo recordings in my channel were originally collected by William Hogarth, with the assistance of other collectors, notably Thomas Hood. They were issued informally on eight compact discs and subsequently reissued as one of Michael Richter's Audio Encyclopedias: Titta Ruffo: The Complete Recordings, AE 104. This reissue can be purchased from imagemogul.com/opera.html, AE1040D.

    Hogart, Richter, et al assert no rights to the compilation and encourage others to copy and to distribute in whole or in part. I do so here for your enjoyment.

  • Sequenza dei morti

    3:22

    Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment

    Sequenza dei morti · Huelgas Ensemble · Vincenzo Ruffo

    Italian Baroque Music Edition

    ℗ 1989 BMG Entertainment

    Released on: 2011-11-25

    Recording Engineer: Wolf Erichson
    Recording Engineer: Andreas Neubronner
    Conductor: Paul Van Nevel

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  • Vincenzo Ruffo : La Gamba in Basso e Soprano

    2:46

    arranged for three horns and recorded with a french horn by EINhorn.zollikerberg

  • Missa Quarti Toni: Gloria

    3:31

    Provided to YouTube by IDOL

    Missa Quarti Toni: Gloria · Vincent Dumestre · Le Poème Harmonique

    Coppini, Monteverdi & Ruffo: Nova Metamorfosi

    ℗ Alpha

    Released on: 2003-01-01

    Composer: Vincenzo Ruffo

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • La gamba in Basso e soprano

    2:00

    Provided to YouTube by Kontor New Media

    La gamba in Basso e soprano · Ensemble Trictilla & Lucia Sciannimanico

    Music for the House of a Gentleman

    ℗ Brilliant Classics

    Released on: 2015-05-01

    Soloist: Lucia Sciannimanico
    Composer: Vincenzo Ruffo
    Lyricist: Traditional
    Music Publisher: Brilliant Classics

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  • the mothership - vincenzo

    25:09

    audio installazione fatta per una mostra, campiona brevissimi frammenti di un brano liturgico del 1500 di vincenzo ruffo

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