Performers: Jean-Pierre Canihac (cornet), Philippe Matharel (cornet), Daniel Lassalle (sackbut), Bernard Fourtet (sackbut, serpent), Jan Willem Jansen (organ, harpsichord), Jean Tubéry (cornet), Stéfan Legee (sackbut), Nicolas Valade (sackbut), Charles-Edouard Fantin (chitarrone, theorbo), Brigit Taübl (violin), Gunar Letzbor (violin), Lorenz Duftschmid (viol, violone), Christine Pluhar (harp), Guillemette Laurens (soprano), Marie-Claude Valin (soprano), Jean-Louis Comoretto (alto), Jean-Yves Guerry (alto), John Elwes (tenor), Bruno Boterf (tenor), Bernard Fabre-Garrus (bass), Yves Berge (bass)
Playing time: 76'
Recording date: January 1996
Giovanni Martino Cesare (fl.1610-1627) was a relatively obscure figure working in Munich and apparently of Italian origin. The present collection was published in 1621, and combines both vocal psalms and purely instrumental works. The style is typical of the place & time, although the instrumental scoring is fairly advanced.
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