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An educational programme featuring early music. Giulio Caccini passed away 400 years ago.

 

Today we are paying attention to the composer of the well-known song “Amarilli mia bella”, who, born in the Renaissance, made music in the new style which would herald the Baroque.

 

Giulio Caccini (approx. 1545 – 1618)
1. Amarilli mia bella
2. Deh, deh, dove son fuggiti
3. Odi Euterpe
4. Fillide mia
5. Fere selvaggi
6. Aur’amorosa
7. Con le luci d’un bel ciglio
8. Torna, deh torna
9. Tutti ‘l di piango
Academia Claudio Monteverdi: Tania d’Althann, soprano and harp. Paolo Cherici, lute and theorbo. Hans Ludwig Hirsch, harpsichord and lead
(CD Caccini – Madrigali arie e canzoni, Arts 47203-2, 2000)

Giulio Caccini
10. From the opera L’Euridice: Prologo
– Aria di Romanesca
– La Tragedia: Io che d’alti sospir
11. From the opera L’Euridice: first act, first scene
– Pastore del coro Ninfe ch’i bei crin d’oro
– Euridice: Donne ch’amiei diletti
– Coro: al canto, al ballo
Scherzi Musicali conducted by Nicolas Achten
(CD Giulio Caccini – L’Euridice, Ricercar RIC 269, 2008)

Listen more of this CD here.

Alessandro Striggio (1537-1592) arr. Johann Schop (+1667)
12. Nasce la pena mia
Jonathan Talbott, renaissance violin. Tormos Dalen, violoncello. Maxime Eilander, double harp. Andrew Maginley, theorbo and guitar. Stephen Taylor, organ
(CD Forgotten virtuosi, Aliud ACD HN 012-2)

 

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