Flexi Quintet – Monteverdi, 5th Book of Madrigals (1605) – 17. T’amo mia vita
The Fifth book of madrigals starts to see much more development towards
operatic style writing, with more songs being strung together to form
scenas and with the addition of accompaniment on instruments. Some of
these songs can be written by incorporating the accompaniment into the
parts for those instruments which are resting, some will require more
than a quintet. Certainly as we get into the next three books, reduction
to a quintet will become increasingly more difficult, if not
No. 17, T’amo mia vita – I love you, my life, my dear one – the young man’s passions are running high!
Part 1 in Bb/C (Treble)
Part 2 in Bb/C (Treble)
Part 3 in F/Eb/Bb/C (Alto)
Part 4 in Bb/C (Bass)
Part 5 in Bb/Eb/C (Bass)
Brass Ensemble, Brass Quintet, 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 – Bb Treble Clef, 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
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