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Maurizio Cazzati
1616 - 1678
Italy
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M. Cazzati
Maurizio (Mauritio) Cazzati (01/03/1616 - 28/09/1678), an Italian composer, from Lucera (Guastalla). He was very prolific especially of church and instrumental music.
Source: Grove’s dictionary of music and musicians
Messa per li defonti
Period:Baroque
Musical form:mass
Text/libretto:Latin mass
Messa per li defonti for 8 voices a cappella.
Source:http://www.urfm.braidense.it/cataloghi/msselenco.php
Messe e salmi per li defonti
Period:Baroque
Composed in:1663
Musical form:mass
Text/libretto:Latin mass
Duration:ca.28'
Label(s):Adda 581318
Studio SM D3030 SM 62
Maurizio Cazzati (c. 1620 – 1677) wrote a “Messe e salmi per li defonti”, in 1663, as his opus 31. It contains the (already mentioned) Messa concerta a 5 (Requiem Mass) and the following psalms for the dead:
- Invitatorio a 5 – Regem cui omnia vivunt
- Primo Salmo a 5 – Verba mea auribus percipe Domine
- Secundo Salmo a 3 voci – Domine, ne in furore
- Terzo Salmo a 5 – Domine Deus meus, in te speravi
- Prima Letione a voce sola – Parce mihi Domine
- Primo Responsorio a 5 – Credo quod Redemptor
- Seconda Letione a 2 voci – Taedet animam meam
- Secondo Responsorio a 5 – Qui Lazarum resuscitasti
- Terza Letione a basso solo accompagnata da 5 istromenti se piace – Manus tuae
- Terzo Responsorio a 5 – Domine, quando veneris
Contributor:Tassos Dimitriadis
This Messa concerta a 5 is part of Messa e salmi per li defonti.
Source:Booklet of cd Studio SM D3030 SM 62
This requiem contains:
01. Introitus - Requiem aeternam
02. Kyrie
03. Sequentia - Dies irae
04. Offertorio - Domine Jesu Christe
05. Sanctus - Benedictus
06. Motetto per la elevatione a 3 voci
07. Agnus Dei-Lux aeterna
08. Libera me


♫ 05. Sanctus-Benedictus
© Studio SM D3030
About de Adda recording: "Excellent CD in everything : first part for motets and instrumental works, with top singers and instrumentists and then a deep requiem, moving in a fine interpretation."
Author:Luk Hostens
Later in the 17th century numerous requiem settings, many in concertato style, were produced by composers including G.B. Bassani, G.A. Bernabei, Antonio Bertali (eight settings), Biber, Giovanni Cavaccio, Cavalli, Cazzati, Joan Cererols, G.P. Colonna, P.A. Fiocco (three settings), Santino Girelli, J.K. Heller, J.C. Kerll (two settings), A.V. Michna, Marcin Mielczewski, Alessandro Scarlatti, Johann Stadlmayer, Christoph Straus (two settings) and Viadana.
Author:Steven Chang-Lin Yu