Solemn Cantata For Soloists, Choir And Chamber Orchestra, KV 339. Composed By – W. A. Mozart.
O. di Lasso - Beati Quorum 2. O. Vecchi - Madrigal "Tick, Tack, Tock" Two Madrigals 3. C. Monteverdi - Sfogava Con Le Stelle 4. Monteverdi - Si, Chio Vorrei Morire W. Mozart - Solemn Vespers of the Righteous (for soloists, chorus and orchestra, KV 339) 5. Dixit 6. Confitebor 7. Beatus Vir 8. Laudate Pueri 9. Laudate Dominum 10. Magnificat. Moscow Chamber Choir, artistic director - Vladimir Minin. Chamber Ensemble of USSR Radio and Television. Big Symphony Orchestra. LP released on "Melodya" label, USSR.
Russian Choral Music: Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom (Moscow Chamber Choir, director: Vladimir Minin). Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom, Op. 31: In Thy Kingdom Remember Us, O Lord. 10. Сергей Васильевич Рахманинов. 31: A Mercy of Peace.
Claudio Monteverdi in 1640 by Bernardo Strozzi. Monteverdi was the most influential composer of madrigals after 1600. Gallerie dell'Accademia, Venice. Choral groups continue to sing madrigals to the present day. The Philippine Madrigal Singers, which specializes in this genre, is an internationally awarded choir. The King's Singers is an award-winning all-male madrigal group performing internationally. It specializes both in traditional madrigal pieces as well as contemporary music. The first composer trying to revive the art of madrigal singing in the 20th century, was Paul Hindemith. He wrote 12 pieces for 5 voices on poems by Josef Weinheber.
Madrigals, Book 5. Composer. Opus/Catalogue NumberOp. Studiosi lettori: Monteverdi’s own written description of the Seconda Prattica manner of composition that distinguishes it from the "Prima Prattica". This was the subject of a critical attack on Monteverdi by the renaissance theorist Artusi. php?title Madrigals, Book 5, SV 94–106 (Monteverdi, Claudio)&oldid 2354700.
The State Moscow Chamber Choir, Vladimir Minin, Владимир Минин, Московский государственный камерный хор - All-Night Vigil, Op. 37: To Thee, The Champion Leader Classical Composers Collections: 50 Best of Rachmaninov, 2011 01:46. The State Moscow Chamber Choir, Vladimir Minin, Владимир Минин, Московский государственный камерный хор - Liturgy of St. 31: Meet it is, in Truth, to Praise Thee Liturgy of St. 31, 2008 02:13.
Natalia Gherasimova (soprano), Elena Obraztsova (Mezzo-soprano), The Moscow Chamber Choir, Art director Vladimir Minin, Chamber – Inflammatus et accensus, 02:00. Natalia Gherasimova (soprano), Elena Obraztsova (Mezzo-soprano), The Moscow Chamber Choir, Art director Vladimir Minin, Chamber Eja mater fons amoris. Natalia Gherasimova (soprano), Elena Obraztsova (Mezzo-soprano), The Moscow Chamber Choir, Art director Vladimir Minin, Chamber Fac ut portem.
Throughout their repertoire, ranging from Monteverdi to Mozart and Haydn, they are equally at home in chamber, symphonic and operatic performances and the distinctive sound of their warm and incisive playing is instantly recognisable. The ensemble has performed at many of the world’s most prestigious venues, including Teatro alla Scala, Milan, the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam and the Sydney Opera House. In 2018, the EBS performed in Salzburg’s annual Mozartwoche, before embarking on a reprise of their landmark Bach Cantata Pilgrimage with the Monteverdi Choir in some of Europe’s most famous concert halls and churches, culminating in a residency at London’s Barbican Hall.
The Moscow State Academic Chamber Choir was founded in 1972 by Artistic Manager and Chief Conductor, People’s Artist of the USSR, USSR State Prize Laureate, Professor Vladimir Minin who is at the head of the Choir up till now. The Choir was born as antipode to official formal execution. Paraphrasing the expression of famous Russian scientist one may say that Minin works for art and creates for people. Chamber Choir-is a Group of Soloists, at that some of them transform to bright individuals. There is no stiffness, artificiality in sound-making that is so peculiar to most academic choruses.