Italian Chambermusic of the Seicento
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Paolo Quagliati, born around 1555 in Chioggia near Venice, worked most of his life as a composer in the service of patrician families in Rome, where he died in 1628. The three compositions here presented were published in 1623 in a collection called “La Sfera Armoniosa”, dedicated to Isabella Gesualdo, daughter of the famous composer, on occasion of her wedding to Nicolo Ludovisi. The songs “Felice che vi mira” and “Jo vo`cantar” as well as the preceding toccata bear the indication -Concertato con il violino e la tiorba- however, we have substituted the violin here by a flautino…
American Record Guide
(…) Meeuwsen is a fully competent singer with a pleasant voice (…)
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