The Blossoming Vine: Italian Maestri in Poland
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Cat No: COR16123
Number of Discs: 1
Release Date: 28th April 2014
WorksLitania deiparae Virginis
Missa Pulchra Es
Ego flos campi
Osculetor me osculo
Sancta et Immaculata
Beata es Virgo Maria
Veni sponsa Christi
The Sixteen and Associate Conductor, Eamonn Dougan, follow up the success of the first disc in their new Polish series with a new recording devoted to music from the court of Sigismund III Vasa.
This second disc in the series explores a selection of fascinating music composed by the Italian maestri at the Polish Court of the 16th and early 17th centuries, including works by Asprilio Pacelli (1570–1623), Vincenzo Bertolusi (c.1550-1608) and Giovanni Francesco Anerio (c.1567–1630).
The first disc in the series, devoted to one of the most eminent composers of the Polish 17th century, Bartlomiej Pękiel, received both public and critical acclaim and spent a number of weeks in the UK Specialist Classical Charts.
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