Flexi Quintet – Monteverdi, 3rd Book of Madrigals 10. Poi ch’ella
Monteverdi’s third book of madrigals of 1592 is one of the earliest
steps towards the writing of opera as we know it. In this collection of
songs, Monteverdi, for the first time, starts to bring small groups of
songs (2 or 3) to form a ‘Scena” – a collection with similar words or on
a similar theme or by the same poet and keeping them as a little group
within the book of madrigals.
The 10th song, “Poi ch’ella” begins as follows: “Then he returned deserted and silent as far as he could see.”
As with all of Monteverdi’s vocal
music, it translates really well onto instruments. The individual
madrigals are available separately. This flexible arrangement is equally
playable on woodwind ensembles as on brass.
Flexible quintet parts are supplied as follows:
Part 1 in Bb/C (Treble),
Part 2 in Bb/C (Treble),
Part 3 in Eb/F/C (Alto),
Part 4 in Bb/C (Bass) and
Part 5 in Bb/Eb/C (Bass )
Brass Ensemble, Chamber Ensemble, Flute Quintet, Saxophone Quintet, Wind Quintet
Full Set (Score and All Parts), Part 1 – Bb Treble, Part 1 – C Treble, Part 2 – Bb Treble, Part 2 – C Treble, Part 3 – C Alto Clef, Part 3 – Eb Treble Clef, Part 3 – F Treble Clef, Part 4 – Bb Treble Clef, Part 4 – C Bass Clef, Part 4 – Eb Treble Clef
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