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Claudio Monteverdi


Vespers (1610) - Vespro della Beata Vergine

Here is a "clickable" Table of the available Midi Files for this Work.
These Files were made with the assistance of some "borrowed" from The Sylvis Woodshed, to which they'd been uploaded by Arnold and Marianne Vonnez-Donner, of Chemin du Noirmont 17, CH -1004, Lausanne - merci, mes amis - though I had to do quite a bit of work on them to get them into my own preferred form, as well as adding actual content missing from their versions.

Originally the Files were prepared with reference to the 1960 Denis Stevens Novello score. This does not include the Audi Coelum, which is, however, Part 9 in the revised (antiphon-separated) 1994 version, and Midi Files for it have now been added.

Vespers (1610) - Vespro della Beata Vergine
UNemphasized Chorus 1
and/or 2
Soprano1 Soprano2  Alto1   Alto2  Tenor1 Tenor2  Bass1   Bass2 
1: Deus in Adjutorium -
... Domine ad adjuvandum
Both yes yes yes As 1 yes yes yes As 1
2: Dixit Dominus Both yes yes yes As 1 yes yes yes As 1
3: Laudate pueri Chorus 1  
  Chorus 2
yes
      yes
As 1
      As 1
yes
      yes
As 1
      As 1
yes
      yes
As 1
      As 1
yes
      yes
As 1
      As 1
4: Laetatus sum Both yes yes yes As 1 yes yes yes As 1
5: Nisi Dominus Chorus 1  
  Chorus 2
yes
      yes
As 1
      As 1
yes
      yes
As 1
      As 1
yes
      yes
yes
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yes
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As 1
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[9]: Audi coelum Both yes yes yes As 1 yes yes yes As 1
6: Lauda Jerusalem Chorus 1  
  Chorus 2
yes
      yes
As 1
      As 1
yes
      yes
As 1
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yes
      yes
As 1
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yes
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As 1
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7: Ave maris stella Chorus 1  
  Chorus 2
yes
      yes
As 1
      As 1
yes
      yes
As 1
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yes
      yes
As 1
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yes
      yes
As 1
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8: Magnificat Both yes yes yes As 1 yes yes yes yes

That's the end of the Work.

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Files originally uploaded in Jun/09.