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Fieri Consort: Love and Fortune: A Noble Legacy

Saturday February 10, 2018 at 19:30
St Andrew's and St George's West Church, Edinburgh
£20, concessionis £18, students/unwaged £5
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  1. Hor che'l ciel e la terra - Cipriano de Rore
  2. Dolorosi martir - Marc'Antonio Ingegnieri
  3. Toccata for solo harp - Ascanio Mayone
  4. Arnon, Fortuna - Adrian Willaert
  5. Sassi, palae - Andrea Gabrieli
  6. Lasso, ch'i ardo - Adrian Willaert
  7. Concordes adhibite animos (in mortem Adriani Willaert) - Cipriano de Rore
  8. Ciaccona in partite variete, for harp and theorbo - Johann Kapsberger
  9. O sonno - Cipriano de Rore
  10. Da le belle contrade d’oriente - Cipriano de Rore
  11. Sorgi e rischiara - Giaches de Wert
  12. Sempre mi ride sta - Adrian Willaert
  13. Damigella tutta bella - Claudio Monteverdi
  14. Dolci spoglie felici e care tanto - Giaches de Wert
  15. Io non hebbi giammai - Marc'Antonio Ingegnieri
  16. Lamento della ninfa - Claudio Monteverdi
  17. O mio bene, o mia vita, from Madrigals Book 9 - Claudio Monteverdi
  18. Prelude and Passacaglia, for solo theorbo - Johann Kapsberger
  19. Giunto alla tomba - Giaches de Wert
  20. Quel rossignuol, che si soave piagne - Giaches de Wert
  21. Interrotte speranze SV 132 - Claudio Monteverdi
  22. Zefiro torna - Claudio Monteverdi
  23. Vago augelletto che cantando vai, from Madrigals Book 8 - Claudio Monteverdi

From haunting melancholy to stormy passion, Fieri Consort explores the powerfully expressive influence of Cipriano de Rore on the generations of composers who followed him. The programme includes madrigals by Rore, Marenzio, Wert, Ingegneri and Willaert (his predecessor) and Monteverdi (his successor). This vibrant un-conducted ensemble of young singers is joined by harp and theorbo for both solos and accompaniment.

"Suddenly the Abbey was full of intricately-blended and immaculately-controlled vocal lines...separate intelligences are perfectly united into a corporate performance" The Fine Times Recorder

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