TC.601803-Bonaventura Rubino-Requiem Mass-Vincenzo Di Betta

Bonaventura Rubino was one of the protagonists of the musical life of Palermo, where he was Kapellmeister in the Cathedral for more than twenty-five years. In Palermo, Rubino found a stimulating environment, to which he adjusted very easily, soon becoming one of its most admired and appreciated musicians. Bonaventura Rubino’s Missa de Morti (Requiem Mass) is presented here within the liturgical and musical context that is peculiar to this friar from Bergamo. In the Mass, the polyphonic sections for voices and basso continuo alternate with the liturgical monodies of the ancient Roman rite, in keeping with the melodic and textual codification of St. Pius V’s Missal and the Medicean Gradual. This seemed necessary to us not so much for abstract philological reasons as because we aim to make it possible for present-day listeners (who are mostly lacking in experience in this area) to enjoy this extraordinary seventeenth-century music within the setting of the complex “event” that originated it and for which it was conceived. The recording of this Mass was carried out in several points of the church, in order to give the listener the physical sensation of the various spots where the ceremony was taking place and the music was being performed.

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Cod.: TC.601803
Compositore: Bonaventura Rubino (1600-1668)
Composer: Bonaventura Rubino (1600-1668)
Titolo: Messa de Morti à 5 concertata, 1653
Title: Requiem Mass for 5 voices, 1653
Esecutori: Cappella Musicale di Santa Maria in Campitelli di Roma<br> Studio di Musica Antica «Antonio Il Verso» di Palermo<br> Ensemble La Cantoria<br> Vincenzo Di Betta, conductor
Performers: Cappella Musicale di Santa Maria in Campitelli di Roma<br> Studio di Musica Antica «Antonio Il Verso» di Palermo<br> Ensemble La Cantoria<br> Vincenzo Di Betta, conductor
Edizione: Marzo 2015
Edition: March 2015
Testo_Musicologico: Nicolò Maccavino
Musicological_Text: Nicolò Maccavino
Note_it: World Premiere Recording
Note: World Premiere Recording
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