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CD-EL-992309

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Not much is known about the youth and first studies undertaken by the musician and composer Luigi Battiferri, born at Sassocorvaro in April 1614. His beautiful motets for solo voice, published in 1669, are recognizable for their extremely far-reaching free style, with frequent changes of tempo, echo effects, rallentandi and accellerandi, a style closer to the free one of the emerging accompanied monody, in which affetti played such an important role. Vocal power is explored and exploited to the utmost, the melodic inventions are always fresh and vivacious; a versatile creativity is revealed, ready to adapt to the needs of a style depending on solid expertise.

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