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The Sofia Madrigal Choir presents a captivating collection of works by renowned composers from the late-Renaissance and Baroque periods in their latest CD release. With a focus on the works of Claudio Monteverdi, often considered the creator of the first important operas in European musical history, the album features eight exquisite compositions by the maestro. The choir, known for their expertise in interpreting the music of the Renaissance and Baroque eras, performs a selection of songs and psalms that showcase their exceptional vocal artistry and deep understanding of the period. With their impeccable blend and expressive delivery, the Sofia Madrigal Choir brings to life the timeless beauty and emotional depth of these historical masterpieces.

Sofia Madrigal Choir: Monteverdi · Gesualdo · Schutz

    [1] Concerto: Pulchra es 4'26''  
    [2] Psalmus 121: Laetatus sum 7'27''
    [3] Taci Armelin 2'50''  
    [4] Batto qui pianse 3'47''  
    [5] Chiome d'oro 3'11''  
    [6] Amor che deggio far? 3'25''  
    [7] O come sei gentle 4'42''  
    [8] Psalmus 147: Lauda Jerusalem 4'16'' 
    [9] Io tacerò 9'43''  
    [10] Invan dunque o crudele 2'55''  
    [11] Moro lasso al mio duolo 4'00''  
    [12] Dolcissima mia vita 3'23''  
    [13] Christe Deus adjuva 2'00''  
    [14] Verbum caro factum est 3'48''  
    [15] Te Christe sipplex invoco 2'04''  
    [16] Veni redemtor gentium 2'39''  
    [17] Veni sancte Spiritus 6'07''  
    DDD 64'58''

  • Soloists: Vanilia Kissyova (soprano), Nikolina Pankova (soprano), Assya Ivanova (soprano), Alis Bovarian (alto), Valentin Vassilev (tenor), Konstantin Marinski (bass)
    Stoyanka Slavova (harpsichord, spinet, organ), Vesselina Korchakova (spinet), Angel Stankov (violin), Yossif Radionov (violin), Bogomil Karakonov (cello), Nikolai Tonev (lute)
    Stoyan Kralev, conductor

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