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  1. Classical Music Discussion
    Tonight Im revisiting all madrigalist of Italian origin Luca Marenzio: very harmonic and pretty music Luzzasco Luzzaschi: a slightly dissonant polyphonist pal whit Don Carlo Da Gesualdo de Venosa and last but not least Azzaiolo. These for me are the finest Italian madrigalists ever, prove me...
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    Right now Im listening to is works, a platter of resistance b: Consort of Musicke= his Madrigali album Graindelavoix= nice effort whit him And Brabant Ensemble lead by mister Stephen Rice of course, great man, I salute you sir :tiphat: Goodnight ladies & Gentlemen! Im tired , I fast walk...
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    I definitely like both, premium label of 20th century, oldies, I aknowwledge but timeless experience, Than Lyricord, I have two releases, thee Gombert Missa De Pacem + motets of eminent members of Franco-Flemish school, of audio artform, polyphony done in the Burgundy kingdom & Giovanni...
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    Ockay you know Gesualdo and Nenna were close friend, classical composers, one might have teach the other or it's the other way around hmm , thus aid & meaning Gesualdo may have had an influence of Nenna. Strangely enought, but not that strange gesualdo share a place whit nenna on a cd (naive...
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    My little finger is telling me, italians invented the madrigals before everyone else.But the first magrigalist according to wikipedia (verdelot and some other guys were french that immigrated to italia to learn custom music and litterature, theywere italianized). So i ask you guys what were the...
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