TC.610301 – MAURIZIO CAZZATI – VESPRO di SANT’ANDREA – Un solenne Vespro mantovano del 1641 alla corte dei Gonzaga – ACCADEMIA DEGLI INVAGHITI

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Cazzati Maurizio
Vespro di Sant’Andrea - Un solenne Vespro mantovano del 1641 alla corte dei Gonzaga

Although he was one of the most prolific and well-known musicians of the 17th-century Italian school, Maurizio Cazzati is practically ignored today, both in concert programs and musicological research. Born in Luzzara in 1616, little is known of his musical training other than that he studied in Mantua, where he also took his priestly vows. In 1614, he published his first work (the Vespers heard on this recording), in which he refers to himself as organist and maestro di cappella at the basilica of Sant’Andrea in Mantua. This first publication already demonstrates, above all in the compositional formulas employed and in the references to Monteverdi, the intimate ties which bound Cazzati’s music to the vivacious musical circles of Mantua where his music benefited from the support and protection of the generous patrons, the Gonzagas.

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Cod.: TC.610301
Composer: Cazzati Maurizio
Performers: ACCADEMIA DEGLI INVAGHITI CORO ED ENSEMBLE
Edition: 2001
Note: Temperamento mesotonico a 1/4 di comma -Diapason: 440 Hz - Strumenti: Claudia Combs:Violino S. Klotz, Mittenwald, Tyrol 1746; Riccardo Vartolo:Violino B. Stefanini, Bologna 1996, da Stradivarius; Maurizio Piantelli:Tiorba di Lars Jonssön, Dalarö Svezia, 1995 Copia da Magnus Tieffenbrucker; Cecilia Amadori: Violoncello D. Stirrat 1797; Maurizio Less: Violone di anonimo di scuola milanese del XVII sec.; Francesco Moi e Carmen Leoni: Organo costruito da G. Carli su un modello italiano del XVII sec.; David Yacus: Trombone basso costruito da Ewald Meinl da “Isaac Ehe” 1617.