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Benevoli Benevola

Season 6, Ep. 3

A rather tired Robert and Nicholas chat with Julia Doyle immediately after sessions for a premiere recording of a fabulous four-choir mass from 17th century Rome. [Recorded July 1st]



Orazio Benevoli – Missa Tu es Petrus (Various sections) - I Fagiolini / Hollingworth

Orazio Benevoli – Missa Si Deus pro nobis (two excerpts) - Le concert spirituel / Hervé Niquet

Bonifazio Graziani – Domine, ne in furore tuo - I Fagiolini: Rebecca Lea, Julia Doyle, Frederick Long

Bonifazio Graziani – Iustus ut palma (excerpt) - I Fagiolini / Hollingworth

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