Description: Als voorloper op de volledige 2 Meter Sessies uitzending met Ane Brun kan je alvast genieten van deze bewerking van een compositie van Claudio Monteverdi. De volledige uitzending is binnenkort te bewonderen op dit kanaal van 2 Meter Sessies.Watch the entire session over here: http://www.2metersessies.nl/2011/10/kijken-2-meter-sessies-met-ane-brun-van-12-september-2011/
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Third out of 8 songs performed by Ane Brun on Dutch program 2 Meter Sessies. Recorded on September 12, 2011. Watch the whole session over here: www.2metersessies.nl
Performers: Viveca Axcell (Soprano), Douglas Nasrawi (Tenor), John Potter (Tenor), Harry Van der Kamp (Bass) Claudio Monteverdi - Lamento della Ninfa Non havea Febo ancora recato al mondo il dì, ch'una donzella fora del proprio albergo uscì. Sul pallidetto volto scorgeasi il suo dolor, spesso gli venia sciolto un gran sospir dal cor. Sì calpestando i fiori errava or qua, or là, i suoi perduti amori così piangendo va: "Amor", dicea, il ciel mirando, il piè fermò, "Dove, dov'è la fe che'l traditor giurò?" Miserella, ah più no, no, tanto gel soffrir non può. "Fa' che ritorni il mio amor com'ei pur fu, o tu m'ancidi, ch'io non mi tormenti più. Non vo' più ch'ei sospiri se non lontan da me, no, no che i martiri più non darammi affè. Perchè di lui mi struggo? Tutt'orgoglioso sta, che sì, che sì se'l fuggo ancor mi pregherà. Se ciglio ha più sereno colei che'l mio non è, già non rinchiude in seno amor si bella fè. Nè mai sì dolci baci da quella bocca havrai, nè più soavi, ah taci, taci, che troppo il sa." Sì, tra sdegnosi pianti, spargea le voci al ciel; così nei cori amanti mesce amor fiamma e gel. (O. Rinuccini)
"Amor" de "Lamento della ninfa", madrigal de Claudio Monteverdi (1567-1643). Versión de Jordi Savall.
High resolution and stereo sound: www.youtube.com Claudio Monteverdi Lamento della Ninfa, from "Madrigali guerrieri ed amorosi, 1638" (Ottavo Libro de' Madrigali) Text: Ottavio Rinuccini Part I: Non havea Febo ancora (TTB) Part II: Amor, dicea (STTB) Part III: Si, tra sdegnosi pianti (TTB) In this recording: Emma Kirkby, soprano Paul Agnew, tenor Andrew King, tenor Alan Ewing, bass The Consort of Musicke, Anthony Rooley Musicians: Tom Finucane, Anthony Rooley, Shirley Rumsey, lutes Christopher Wilson, Michael Fields, David Miller, chitarroni Erin Headley, lirone Hannelore DeVaere, harp Alan Wilson, organ Virgin Veritas Recorded in 1989-1990 Lamento della ninfa is the 18th piece from Monteverdi's eighth book of madrigals (Madrigali guerrieri ed amorosi, 1638). The three male voices narrate the story and offer empathy to the nymph while she is lamenting over her abandonment. This movement of the madrigal is a beautiful example for Phrygian progression with the ostinato of its bass line in four descending notes all the way through. The inner turmoil and sorrow of the nymph is mirrored in the music by the melodic and harmonic dissonances. Original text: Non havea Febo ancora recato al mondo il dì ch'una donzella fuora del proprio albergo uscì. Sul pallidetto volto scorgease il suo dolor, spesso gli venia sciolto un gran sospir dal cor. Sì calpestando fiori, errava hor qua, hor là, i suoi perduti amori così piangendo va: "Amor," dicea, il ciel mirando il piè fermò "dove, dov'è ...
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Claudio Monteverdi, "Lamento della ninfa" text by Ottavio Rinuccini taken from "Madrigali guerrieri et amorosi, libro VIII" Concerto Italiano, dir. Rinaldo Alessandrini Rossana Bertini, soprano Sandro Naglia, tenore Giuseppe Maletto, tenore Daniele Carnovich, basso Non havea Febo...
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Monteverdi's Lamento Della Ninfa at All Souls Church Soprano- Emily Cedriana Donato Tenor- Martin Doner, Andrew Troup-Major Bass- Christopher Roselli Guitar-Shawn Bartels, Nathan Siler Recorded and Produced by Rubin Nizri
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