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The rest of the performance of libsr perfectly-proportioned piece shows unambiguously why we should rejoice; but without ever making too much of the gusto, of the forward and upward sentiment, without trying mere rousing sounds for their own sake. CD Review Carlo Gesualdo.
No lover of Gesualdo should overlook this set. The music is clearly Gesualdo’s: And in fact both the first and second books both published in bore cantiknes name Liber primus.
Tempi are sedate, beautifully paced, in fact: Out of a perfect blend between emotional engagement and detachment the sublime beauty of Gesualdo’s music emerges not unnoticed, but never ostentatiously pressed. Sentiment is privileged; but so are restraint and reflection. Note is placed meticulously against note, consonant against consonant, vowel against vowel.
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The same holds true consistently lober the CD. Wood has a precise meaning for “rules”: Nothing cantionex hurried; nothing overly dramatic; it never has to be.
Gesualdo’s richness is apparent in its own right and its own ways. Renaissance compositions of this type were usually written and published in separate parts for voices. It can be said that these are very convincing and whole reconstructions. Of these the best known is the collection for Holy Week, Responsoria. He moved the reconstruction of any one work along by rebuilding, he believes, as would Gesualdo — from its internal musical logic. The architecture of each piece is defined and constructed in the way that the elaborate and striking churches of his time were.
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Recommended on all counts. Gesualdo’s “tendencies became rules” for Wood as explained in the latter’s excellent and informative liner notes for this CD from Harmonia Mundi and his direction became clearer. Home News Contacts Copyright. This work took stylistic characteristics from Gesualdo’s sacred music as well as the other two collections of his sacred music to serve as models in what must have been a difficult analysis.
Fortunately Wood was aided by consistencies and similarities which emerged between Gesualdo’s works: The acoustic is as close and intimate without being cloying as it should be.
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Their care, precision and immaculate articulation of Gesualdo’s “chewy” and mellow sounds are directed into the music, not to any awareness of the act of reconstruction. And he — and the 16 singers variously distributed across the 22 items on the CD of Vocalconsort Berlin — have succeeded with amazing grace and decisiveness.
So when the Bassus and Sextus parts of the second of the two sets to be published were lost, the collection was apparently effectively useless and unperformable. Beauty stands in relaxed yet unambivalent fashion cantuones to decided and pungent originality in the melodies, textures and harmonies. Lovers of Gesualdo should not hesitate.
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Sentiments are invariably justified. You’re there with the singers, at their sides as each new idea emerges and is developed; yet they’re singing not for you, but for on behalf of, almost the sentiments with which Gesualdo is so intensely occupied. Wood’s work has more than paid off.
There’s the precision of the lithograph with the richness of the watercolor. Those with an affection for the apotheosis of the Italian madrigal or even a passing interest in the musicology behind this work and CD won’t want to miss it.
Carlo Gesualdo wrote less sacred than secular music: This is a well-produced CD by Harmonia Mundi. The CD consists of almost two dozen short pieces none lasts longer than eight minutes; most are under two which have been grouped according to emotion or religious evocation… prayers for salvation, despair and llber, peace and hope, praise and thanks.
There is also a variety in atmosphere and tenor of the singing: The result — albeit courtesy of James Wood — is oil. Nothing is superfluous, nothing jars, nothing is expedited other than judiciously by Gesualdo; and with great care. That Wood is a composer himself has surely helped to make the results as strong and reliable as they are; as has input from Andrew Parrott, which Wood explicitly acknowledges. It’s these colors, delights, pointedness, clarity and fusion of personal insights into life, love, suffering and hope with purely aural weave that Wood has surely aimed to re create.
Probably driven as much by a determination not to let the mythology which has afflicted Gesualdo for instance, his status as renown murderer, his experimentalism, and seemingly wayward chromaticism inform his efforts as by his admiration for Gesualdo, the composer James Wood, also Director of the Vocalconsort Berlin,spent three years of his musicological life from reconstructing the Liber Secundus as a contribution to the four hundredth anniversary of the composer’s death this year.