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Vespers for Easter


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as it may have been celebrated in Venice in 1620 under the direction of Monteverdi, maestro at St Mark's Basilica. Each
Easter Sunday afternoon, the Doge with his attendants went in solemn procession to the convent of San Zaccaria in Venice.
There, Vespers of the feast was celebrated with music from the choir and instrumentalists of the ducal Basilica.
Francesco Usper Sonata a 8 (1619) G Gabrieli Kyrie a 12 Monteverdi DixitDominus
Cmifitebor tibr, Beatus vir
G B Grillo Canzona 17 (1608) Monteverdi Magnificat Usper Sinfonia II (1619) Alessandro Grandi
Decantabant populus
Morales Magnificat octavi toni
Grillo Canzon in echo (1608) G Gabrieli Regina caeli; In ecclesiis
Chant from the liturgical books of St Mark 's.
Emily van Evera (soprano) Joseph Cornwell (tenor) Jeremy White (bass) Taverner Consort, Choir and Players/
Andrew Parrott.


Unknown: Francesco Usper
Unknown: G Gabrieli Kyrie
Unknown: Grillo Canzona
Unknown: Alessandro Grandi
Unknown: Morales Magnificat
Unknown: G Gabrieli Regina
Unknown: St Mark
Soprano: Emily van Evera
Tenor: Joseph Cornwell
Bass: Jeremy White
Unknown: Andrew Parrott.

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