Virginal Book - Telemann Society Chorus* And Instrumental Ensemble* - Madrigals And Instrumental Mus

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  • Madrigals & instrumental music. [Sound recording] Performed by chorus and instrumental ensemble of the Telemann Society; Theodora Schulze, conductor. Program notes on slipcase. Contains madrigals by Morley, Pilkington and Farnaby, excerpts from Benjamin Cosyn's virginal book.
  • The first major recording by The Telemann Society was The English Country Dancing Master, Volume One. This release, recorded during the period of September 9 to September 11, , and now exclusively available through the Telemann Society, through its .
  • is considered to be the first great opera. Itis based on the legend of Orpheus, the musician who sought to bring his beloved Eurydice back from the Underworld by the power of music. It synthesized several important operatic elements: instrumental overture, aria, recitative, ensemble, and chorus.
  • Latin: Gregorius I, c - Pope from September 3 of to his death Throughout the Middle Ages he was known as "the Father of Christian Worship" because of his exceptional efforts in revising the Roman worship of his day.
  • Various, Theodora Schultz, Harpsichord Recorders, Richard Schultz, Recorders, Kenneth Weaver, Harpsichord Theodora Schultz - Madrigals and Instrumental Music: The Telemann Society Chorus and Instrumental Ensemble / Theodora Schultz, Harpsichord Recorders & Cond. Richard Schultz, Recorders, Kenneth Weaver, Harpsichord - dawynsternfirenalmehuginn.infoinfo Music.
  • An example of a large-scale sacred concerto would be Gabrieli's "In Ecclesiis". Here, Gabrieli combined four vocal soloists, a four-part chorus, a six-part instrumental ensemble, and organs in a medley of modern arias, instrumental canzonas, and Renaissance imitative polyphony. All these styles slowly built a massive sonorous climax.
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