Felice Primavera

for SATB choir and violin

Tre Madrigali Amorosi are settings of poems by Torquato Tasso (1544-1595), a favorite poet of Italian madrigal composers of the sixteenth century.  The set was written for the Saint Mary’s University Chamber Singers, who premiered the works on their tour of France in March, 2013, with the composer conducting and Chun Chim (David) Leung, violin.

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SKU: POA-007 Categories: , Tags: ,
Descriptive Tags:Madrigal
Difficulty:Advanced Student
Instrumentation:Violin
Duration:1-5 Minutes
Sacred or Secular:Secular
Voicing:SATB
Language:Italian

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