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    PANIS ANGELICUS (1670)

    ...no, then it's not the most famous C.Frank's Panis Angelicus.

    It's a late XVII century mottetto, by the nearly unknown Italian composer Claudio Casciolini.

    I received the basic 3 voices score as a gift by a friend in San Diego, and I did the rendition to send back as a tribute to my friend's love for ancient music.
    I realize the Continuo in the late 1600 style, using Gamba, Positive Organ, Harpsichord, and two baroque violins (all GPO, balancing sounds).

    Panis Angelicus, mottetto di C.Casciolini

    If somebody knows a tip for strong de-essing, please suggest: my de-esser filter is not working at all with my Italian esses!

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    Fantastic Fabio!!
    You did a great rendition of the 1600 style!!!!
    As you know I like the ancient music, and this Motetto is very very nice.
    Sincerely I don't know who is the composer, but music sounds extremely good!!

    Thanks for posting this.
    One question, where is choir come from?

    Best regards to you,
    Roberto

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    Re: PANIS ANGELICUS (1670)

    Fabio,

    How inspiring! What a nice gift. This is music that is not heard often on our modern age. And it's good to hear works by less popular composers.

    You did an excellent job with the realization. The balance and mix were very well done. Is that you singing

    Thanks for sharing this.

    Gary Garritan

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    Re: PANIS ANGELICUS (1670)

    Fabio, if you send me the audio track of the chorus, I will take care of the ess problem for you.

    That sounds very cool!
    Dan

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    Amazing!! This is beautiful beyond words, Fabio. The continuo is so real it nearly brought tears to my eyes. Great job!!!
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    Very beautiful! It's amazing how such music can seem so forgotten in this day and age. Casciolini would be proud!
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    Quote Originally Posted by DPDAN
    Fabio, if you send me the audio track of the chorus, I will take care of the ess problem for you.

    That sounds very cool!
    Dan
    I did it very quickly and with a low amount of editing.
    I should be really happy if you let me learn something and clean up my track: Is an mp3 of the vocal track enough to do it? I'll send or post for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beach
    ...
    One question, where is choir come from?

    Best regards to you,
    Roberto
    ...yes Gary is right: it's 10 time me singing (10 men chamber choir: 4 first tenors, 3 second tenors, 3 basses).

    I did it singing one-time-per-record: to do it better, you need the time of erasing bad recordings, and do it again. But to record 10 good parts, probably you must sing a lot.

    Anyway perfection was not the aim.

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    Re: PANIS ANGELICUS (1670)

    Fabio,
    Absolutely beautiful! Thanks for posting.
    ;-)

    Jim Jarnagin - no not THAT Jim Jarnagin, the other one.

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    Hi fabio!

    MP3 is fine, make it 320 kbps if you can....

    Dan

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