Freddi, Amadio: Music for Vespers, ed. Jamie Savan

Amadio Freddi: Music for Vespers

edited by Jamie Savan

Printed vocal score £15.00 + P&P
Set of instrumental parts (Violin, Cornett & Basso Continuo) £15.00 (PDF Download)

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This edition was originally prepared for a recording by The Gonzaga Band (Resonus Classics:
RES10245, 2019), which was part-funded by a research grant from Birmingham City University.

The edition contains five Psalms (Dixit Dominus, Laudate pueri, Laetatus sum, Nisi Dominus, Lauda Hierusalem) and the Magnificat from Amadio Freddi's Messa, vespro e compieta (1616). A setting of Ave maris stella from Freddi's 1642 Hinni novi concertate and Domine ad adiuvandum from Ignazio Donati's Psalmi boscarecci (1623) are included to present a complete Vespers setting.

Minimum forces required to perform this music are: 6 solo voices (SSATTB), violin, cornett and organ. Freddi's scoring indications imply that additional voices and instruments may have been added at tutti sections and the printed score contains a full breakdown of how these indications may be interpreted. This volume would therefore suit a solo-voice ensemble, or a small chamber choir with step-out soloists.

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