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Label:
  Alia Vox - http://www.alia-vox.com/
Serial:
  AVSA9904 (3 discs)
Title:
  La Voix de l’émotion II - Montserrat Figueras
Description:
  "La Voix de l'émotion (The Voice of Emotion) II"

ANON.: Canção d’embalar "José embala o menino"; Villancico "Senhora del Mundo"; Alma buscarte has en mi; Mélodie séfarade "Lamentation en hébreu"; Cançó de Bressol "La mare de Déu"
CARCERES: Villancet "Soleta so jo ací"
DE MORATA: Madrigal "Aquí me declaró du pensamiento"
BOVICELLI: Anchor che co’l partire
CACCINI: Dalla porta d’Oriente
MONTEVERDI: Lettera amorosa (Settimo libro), 1619
MERULA: Su la cetra amorosa
MARIN: Ojos pues me desdeñais
SOR: Lagrime mie d’affanno
REGER: Berceuse "Maria sitzt am Rosenhag", 1912

Montserrat Figueras
Jordi Savall
Track listing:
  1xSACD (72') + 2xDVD (55'). The DVDs have the same documentary in different languages (French, English, Spanish & Catalan, German, Italian)
Genre:
  Classical - Vocal
Content:
  Stereo/Multichannel
Media:
  Hybrid
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Review by JJ September 27, 2014 (1 of 2 found this review helpful)
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With this second SACD volume that pays tribute to Montserat Figueras, it is a unique voice we rediscover over the course of different recordings. As the poet Carles Duarte i Montserrat said so well: “Montserrat Figueras’ voice, offering its form of impressive beauty to an immense vocal repertory of medieval, renaissance and baroque periods, graced it with great significance by her subtle and demanding character. The silence of her tired body cannot divest us of the joy of having heard her, nor the deep emotion we procure once again when listening to the recordings proposed here.” Accompanied by a DVD that traces her life, personality, musical engagement and also includes comments by those close to her as well as artists she worked with, this new release commands respect as a poignant and essential eyewitness remembrance.

Jean-Jacques Millo
Translation Lawrence Schulman

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