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Marcel Couraud Vocal Ensemble - Monteverdi - The 4th Book Of Madrigals, Record 1 Of Two Mp3
Classical
Performer: Marcel Couraud Vocal Ensemble - Monteverdi
Title: The 4th Book Of Madrigals, Record 1 Of Two
Style: Renaissance, Baroque
Year 1955
Country US
Label Haydn Society
Catalog Number HSL-141
Genre: Classical
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 326
MP3 size: 1223 mb
FLAC size: 1453 mb
WMA size: 2635 mb
Record From: Vinyl, LP, Mono

Marcel Couraud Vocal Ensemble - Monteverdi - The 4th Book Of Madrigals, Record 1 Of Two Mp3

Tracklist

13. Cor Mio Non Mori? E Mori.
27. Che Se Tu S'il Cor Mio
38. Luci Serene E Chiare
49. La Piaga Ch'ho Nel Core
56. Anima Mia, Perdona
65. Volgea L'Anima Mia Soavemente
74. Sfogava Con Le Stelle
8The 4th Book of Madrigals [Nos. 1 - 5](25:00)
91. Ah, Dolente Partita
102. Cor Mio, Mentre Vi Miro
1110. Voi Pur Da Me Partite , Anima
12The 4th Book of Madrigals [Nos. 6-10](25:00)

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
HSL-141Marcel Couraud Vocal Ensemble - Monteverdi Marcel Couraud Vocal Ensemble - Monteverdi - The 4th Book Of Madrigals ‎(LP)Haydn SocietyHSL-141US1955

Credits

  • Composed ByClaudio Monteverdi
  • CoverEnrico Arno
  • EnsembleEnsemble Vocal Marcel Couraud

Notes

HSL-141 is "Record One of Two" [stated on front and back covers]

Both LP Labels state:

Recorded in Paris, 1954
Made in U.S.A.
25 mins

Back Cover:

Record 1: Part One, Madrigals Number 1 Through 10 HSL-141
Record 2: Part Two, Madrigals Number 11 Through 20 HSL-142

Copyright 1955 by The Haydn Society, Inc. ...
15 Chardon Street, Boston, Massachusetts

Cover design by ENRICO ARNO
Library of Congress Catalog Card Number: R55-1002
For best results compensate for NAB curve

Observations:

Assumed to be Mono because of data and lack of reference to Stereo

Liner Notes in English; Lyrics in Italian and English

This in-hand-example has some water damage most-visible on the back cover bottom and right side.

The other release is mistaken identifying this as "Medieval." In music history it practically defines the transition between Renaissance and Baroque, but stylistically is best considered as Renaissance.

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, Stamped; last digits indecipherable): XTV22398-2
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, Stamped): XTV22399-1A