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In 1611, after two years of study with Gabrieli in Venice, Heinrich Schütz tried his hand at composing madrigals on Italian poems. This mere 'graduation exercise' turned out to be a masterpiece: the young German composer demonstrated his ability to identify each nuance of the text with a different musical emotion, a refinement heightened here by the interpretation of Les Arts Florissants.
In 1611, after two years of study with Gabrieli in Venice, Heinrich Schütz tried his hand at composing madrigals on Italian poems. This mere 'graduation exercise' turned out to be a masterpiece: the young German composer demonstrated his ability to identify each nuance of the text with a different musical emotion, a refinement heightened here by the interpretation of Les Arts Florissants.
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Schutz: Italian Madrigals
Artist: Les Arts Florissants
Format: CD
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1. SCHÜTZ: Il Primo Libro de Madrigali, Op. 1, SWV 1-19: O Primavera, SWV 1
2. SCHÜTZ: Il Primo Libro de Madrigali, Op. 1, SWV 1-19: O Dolcezze Amarissime, SWV 2
3. SCHÜTZ: Il Primo Libro de Madrigali, Op. 1, SWV 1-19: Selve Beate, SWV 3
4. SCHÜTZ: Il Primo Libro de Madrigali, Op. 1, SWV 1-19: Alma Afflitta, SWV 4
5. SCHÜTZ: Il Primo Libro de Madrigali, Op. 1, SWV 1-19: Così Morir Debb'io, SWV 5
6. SCHÜTZ: Il Primo Libro de Madrigali, Op. 1, SWV 1-19: D'orrida Selce Alpina, SWV 6
7. SCHÜTZ: Il Primo Libro de Madrigali, Op. 1, SWV 1-19: Ride la Primavera, SWV 7
8. SCHÜTZ: Il Primo Libro de Madrigali, Op. 1, SWV 1-19: Fuggi, Fuggi, O Mio Core, SWV 8
9. SCHÜTZ: Il Primo Libro de Madrigali, Op. 1, SWV 1-19: Feritevi Ferite, SWV 9
10. SCHÜTZ: Il Primo Libro de Madrigali, Op. 1, SWV 1-19: Fiamma Ch'allaccia, SWV 10
11. SCHÜTZ: Il Primo Libro de Madrigali, Op. 1, SWV 1-19: Quella Damma Son Io, SWV 11
12. SCHÜTZ: Il Primo Libro de Madrigali, Op. 1, SWV 1-19: Mi Saluta Costei, SWV 12
13. SCHÜTZ: Il Primo Libro de Madrigali, Op. 1, SWV 1-19: Io Moro, Ecco Ch'io Moro, SWV 13
14. SCHÜTZ: Il Primo Libro de Madrigali, Op. 1, SWV 1-19: Sospir, Che Del Bel Petto, SWV 14
15. SCHÜTZ: Il Primo Libro de Madrigali, Op. 1, SWV 1-19: Dunque Addio, Care Selve, SWV 15
16. SCHÜTZ: Il Primo Libro de Madrigali, Op. 1, SWV 1-19: Tornate, O Cari Baci, SWV 16
17. SCHÜTZ: Il Primo Libro de Madrigali, Op. 1, SWV 1-19: Di Marmo Siete Voi, SWV 17
18. SCHÜTZ: Il Primo Libro de Madrigali, Op. 1, SWV 1-19: Giunto E Pur Lidia, SWV 18
19. SCHÜTZ: Il Primo Libro de Madrigali, Op. 1, SWV 1-19: Vasto Mar, SWV 19

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In 1611, after two years of study with Gabrieli in Venice, Heinrich Schütz tried his hand at composing madrigals on Italian poems. This mere 'graduation exercise' turned out to be a masterpiece: the young German composer demonstrated his ability to identify each nuance of the text with a different musical emotion, a refinement heightened here by the interpretation of Les Arts Florissants.
        
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