Academic journal article Journal of Singing

Charles Brett's Baroque Anthology for Counter-Tenor, with Realized Continuo

Academic journal article Journal of Singing

Charles Brett's Baroque Anthology for Counter-Tenor, with Realized Continuo

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Charles Brett's Baroque Anthology for Counter-tenor, with realized continuo. Volume I-Italy and France. Volume II-Germany and England. Charles Brett, editor. Green Man Press, Classical Vocal Reprints, 2015.

Volume I. Caccini: "Dolcissimo sospiro"; "Sfogava con le stelle" (Le nuove musiche). Montevedi: "Ego flos campi" (Seconda raccolta de' Sacri Canti, 1624). Monteverdi: "Currite populi" (Concedi Sacri, Venzia, 1625). Alessandro Grandi: "0 qual tu pulchra es" (Ghirlanda Sacra, Venezia, 1625). Antoine Boěsset:

"Objet dont les charme si doux." Michel Lambert: "Ombre de non amant." Dubuisson: "Plamte sul la mort de Michel Lambert." Louis-Nicolas Clérambault: "Unissez beauté trop sévére" (from Apollon et Doris). Jean Gilles: "Diligam te, Domine."

Volume II. Johann Erasmus Kindermann: "Was ist unser Lebensstand?" (TrauerGesängen). Johann Wolfgang Franck: "Komm, Seele, Jesu Leiden" (Elmenhorst: Geistreiche Lieder, 1700). Johann Wolfgang Franck: "0 angenehme Nacht" (Die drei Töchter des Cecrops, 1679). J. S. Bach: "Komm, süsser Tod"; "Jesus, unser Trost und Leben" (Schemelli's Gesangbuch, 1736). Purcell: "In the black, dismal dungeon of despair." John Blow: "Sabina has a thousand charms" (Amphion Anglicus, 1700). …

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