Martin Pearlman, Boston Baroque. Monteverdi: Vespers of 1610.
Composed By – Claudio Monteverdi. Directed By – Martin Pearlman. Ensemble – Boston Baroque. Promotional" printed on discs.
Vespro della Beata Vergine (Vespers for the Blessed Virgin; SV 206 and 206a) – more properly in Latin Vesperæ in Festis Beatæ Mariæ Virginis, or casually Vespers of 1610 – is a musical composition by Claudio Monteverdi. The liturgical vespers is an evening service following the Catholic Liturgy of the Hours. In scale, Monteverdi's Vespers was the most ambitious work of religious music before Bach.
Boston Baroque, Martin Pearlman (conductor). This set was nominated for the 1999 Grammy Awards for "Best Engingeered Album, Classical" and "Best Choral Performance. Claudio Monteverdi's 'Vespers of the Blessed Virgin' are among history's great showpieces, having set new standards for sonic opulence in the early Baroque which are still hard to surpass today. Scored for seven vocal soloists, multiple choirs and orchestra, the Vespers, as published in 1610, are settings of texts common to the various feasts in the church year honoring the Virgin Mary.
Monteverdi is best remembered for his nine books of Madrigals (1538-1651), his sacred music, particularly Vespro della Beata Vergine, 1610, and his eighteen operas, of which only three have survived in completion: L'Orfeo, SV 318 (1607), Il ritorno d'Ulisse in patria, SV 325 (1639), and L'incoronazione di Poppea, SV 308 (1643). Joining Nikolaus Harnoncourt's Das Alte Werk and Rene Jacob's Harmonia Mundi releases is Martin Pearlman's Il ritorno d'Ulisse in patria with the Boston Baroque. Having sailed as far as the classical era, Pearlman and company double back to Monteverdi. The group's 1998 recording of Vespers of 1610 (Telarc) won a Grammy for Best Performance of a Choral Work.
Boston Baroque, one of this country's leading period-instrument ensembles, performs its Grammy-nominated interpretation of Monteverdi's Vespers of 1610, under the leadership of music director Martin Pearlman. With its extraordinary beauty and scale, the Cathedral of St. John the Divine provides a dramatic setting for the Vespers, which, in its own time, brilliantly exploited the spatial and acoustical possibilities of St. Mark's Basilica in Venice. The performance marks both the 400th anniversary of the Vespers' publication and Boston Baroque's first appearance in New.
In 1998, Boston Baroque’s recording of Monteverdi’s monumental Vespers of 1610 was nominated for a Grammy award. Under the direction of founding musical director Martin Pearlman, the Boston Baroque period-instrument orchestra and chorus opens their season with a revival performance of this beloved masterwork. Featuring the voices of Yulia Van Doren (soprano), Teresa Wakim (soprano), Thomas Cooley (tenor), and Aaron Sheehan (tenor)
Boston Baroque is the oldest continuing period instrument orchestra in North America. It was founded in 1973 by the American harpsichordist and conductor, Martin Pearlman, to present concerts of the Baroque and Classical repertoire on period instruments, drawing on the insights of the historical performance movement. The Boston Baroque professional chamber chorus was established as an integral part of the ensemble in 1981.
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|Vespro Della Beata Vergine (Vespers Of The Blessed Virgin)||(1:33:29)|
|1-1||I. Deus In Adjutorium / Domine Ad Adjuvandum||2:11|
|1-3||II. Psalm 109: Dixit Dominus||7:28|
|1-4||III. Motet: Nigra Sum||3:53|
|1-6||IV. Psalm 112: Laudate Pueri||5:47|
|1-7||V. Motet: Pulchra Es||3:58|
|1-9||VI. Psalm 121: Laetatus Sum||6:27|
|1-10||VII. Motet: Duo Seraphim||6:58|
|1-12||VIII. Psalm 126: Nisi Dominus||4:23|
|1-13||IX. Motet: Audi Coelum||9:29|
|1-15||X. Psalm 147: Lauda Jerusalem||4:14|
|2-1||XI. Sonata Sopra "Sancta Maria, Ora Pro Nobis"||6:32|
|2-2||XII. Hymn: Ave Maris Stella||8:12|
|2-4||XIII. Magnificat 1. Magnificat Anima Mea||0:48|
|2-5||XIII. Magnificat 2. Et Exultavit||1:23|
|2-6||XIII. Magnificat 3. Quia Respexit||1:53|
|2-7||XIII. Magnificat 4. Quia Fecit Mihi Magna||1:02|
|2-8||XIII. Magnificat 5. Et Misericordia||2:14|
|2-9||XIII. Magnificat 6. Fecit Potentiam||0:54|
|2-10||XIII. Magnificat 7. Deposuit Potentes de Sede||2:37|
|2-11||XIII. Magnificat 8. Esurientes Implevit Bonis||1:37|
|2-12||XIII. Magnificat 9. Suscepit Israel||1:19|
|2-13||XIII. Magnificat 10. Sicut Locutus Est||0:58|
|2-14||XIII. Magnificat 11. Gloria Patri||3:17|
|2-15||XIII. Magnificat 12. Sicut Erat In Principio||1:55|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Telarc
- Copyright (c) – Telarc
- Composed By – Claudio Monteverdi
- Directed By – Martin Pearlman
- Ensemble – Boston Baroque
Notes"Promotional" printed on discs
Barcode and Other Identifiers
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|2CD-80453||Monteverdi* - Martin Pearlman, Boston Baroque||Monteverdi* - Martin Pearlman, Boston Baroque - Vespers Of 1610 (2xCD)||Telarc||2CD-80453||US||1997|