Luca Marenzio - Solo e pensoso i piú deserti campi

Luca Marenzio (c.1553-1599) madrigal "Solo e pensoso i piú deserti campi". Now with CC (closed caption) subtitles in both the original Italian and an English translation. If you would like to support this channel and help us build a beautiful classical sheet music library on YouTube then have a look at our FanFunding page on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/user/community?u=3983014

First published in 1599 in "Il Nono Libro de Madrigali" performed by La Venexiana from their album "Il Nono Libro De Madrigali". Download it here: https://itunes.apple.com/album/marenzio-nono-libro-madrigali/id199770604

You can download the complete L'Arte Musicale in Italia, Volume 2 for free from the International Music Score Library Project (IMSLP.org) http://imslp.org/wiki/4_Madrigali_(Marenzio,_Luca)

Thanks to Alex Ross http://www.therestisnoise.com for introducing me to this wonderful piece.

Francesco Petrarca sonnett.
Solo et pensoso i piú deserti campi
vo mesurando a passi tardi et lenti,
et gli occhi porto per fuggire intenti
ove vestigio human l'arena stampi.

Altro schermo non trovo che mi scampi
dal manifesto accorger de le genti,
perché negli atti d'alegrezza spenti
di fuor si legge com'io dentro avampi:

sì ch'io mi credo omai che monti et piagge
et fiumi et selve sappian di che tempre
sia la mia vita, ch'è celata altrui.

Ma pur sí aspre vie né sí selvagge
cercar non so ch'Amor non venga sempre
ragionando con meco, et io co'llui.

Alone and thoughtful, the emptiest fields
I'm measuring with my slow, tardy steps,
and with my eyes I'm running away
where not a single footstep is printed in the sand.

I can not find another possible shelter
to hide me from everybody's awareness,
because in all my acts, so lacking in joy,
it's easy to see, outside, how I'm burning inside;

therefore, I believe that all these mountains and beaches
and rivers and woods now know very well how cruel
is my life, which is hidden to men.

But I can not find paths wild and rough enough
to force Love not to walk on my side:
He keeps on speaking with me, and I with him.

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Автор Simone D. ( назад)
Mi piace :)

Автор SheetMusicVideo (82 года назад)
We've come a long way! Osculetor me [1] - Giovanni da Palestrina - Hilliard
Ensemble. https://youtu.be/SUAFsH2JVDY

Our most beautiful upload to date. Now with 5 different languages in the CC
subtitles and a beautiful HD vocal score. Watch, Like and most importantly
Share. Thanks.

Автор Adrian Ito ( назад)
Damn. That chromatic line.

Автор SheetMusicVideo ( назад)
I've just added the original Italian text and the English translation into
the video via CC closed caption subtitles. If you know of a better English
translation then let me know. Thanks for sharing/liking and most
importantly leaving a comment below. Ciao! James.

Автор SheetMusicVideo ( назад)
Thanks everyone for getting to nearly 1000 subscribers #SheetMusicVideo

Автор BabylonMister ( назад)
Beautiful! I love the Hilliard Ensemble version of this. Thanks

Автор Polomokipo23 ( назад)
Luca Marenzio
( Coccaglio 1553-1599 Rome )
SOLO È PENSOSO I PIU DÉSERTI CAMPI Eternel grandiose une pure merveille
merci YouTube pou la video sublime.

Автор SheetMusicVideo ( назад)
I've just uploaded the original Partbook transcription published in 1608 of
"Solo e pensoso" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CRlidOGq41M

Автор Bruno roversi ( назад)
Sorpresa nel rileggere Petrarca.

Автор Bruno roversi ( назад)
Ricordi che pensavo persi si riaffacciano ora nei miei ultimi anni.

Автор Leandro Speciale ( назад)
Musica straordinaria

Автор pidekaar ( назад)
No word can describe the beauty and power of this music.

Автор Just_Holly ( назад)
é orribile questo pezzo fa cagare!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Автор tatti salles ( назад)
Palestrina, Gesualdo, Marenzio, Monteverdi...a polifonia italiana foi
realmente soberba!

Автор Vincenzo Romano ( назад)
Sorry, I don't get all about your musical comments....first time for
But I'm more concentrated on poetry.
You know about the author of it, Francesco Petrarca?
This sonet is coming from "Il canzoniere": more than 300 beautiful
sonets written around year 1350.

Автор labarbarossa ( назад)
Yes. The pitch at the time in Italy was between 460 and 490 as we know from
surviving organs and wind instruments. @Sarah Barham, the tuning you hear
here is not equal temperament, rather an unequal tuning system used for
this repertoire called Meantone, where among other characteristics, the F
is high and F# low...

Автор Jay Preis ( назад)
+Campbell Daniel Surely you don't actually believe they tuned to A440. A440
didn't become an std. until the 1950s, and then only after decades of
lobbying by American wind instrument makers. The tuning in the 16th c. was
based on the tuning of Renaissance winds, which were pitched about a m3
higher than A440.

Автор Sarah Barham ( назад)
Something strange happens when the soprano sings E-F-F#. I think her F is
to high, and then when she sings the F#, it sounds like it was only a
quarter tone up from the F, rather than a semitone. Overall, a beautiful
recording, though, and I absolutely love this piece. That one place just
always sticks out to me. 

Автор labarbarossa ( назад)
In reply to Campbell Daniel, - the clefs used here denote that the piece
should be performed a fourth lower as was common practice at the time.

Автор Campbell Daniel ( назад)
why are the singers not singing the written pitch in the score? it's a 4th
lower. can anyone explain this? 

Автор simone qa ( назад)
It is a low Mib !! They sing one tone lower..

Автор bogtheforest ( назад)
I like the bass note at around 0:22.

Автор Gianluca Tagliazucchi ( назад)
Grande virtuosismo di scrittura: nelle prime 16 misure al canto c'è
un'intera scala cromatica che si estende per più di un'ottava. 

Автор Bronson Buskett ( назад)
Thank you for uploading this! love the smooth/faded page turns

Автор Monteverdiforever ( назад)
Uno dei madrigali più belli della storia della musica, interpretato
magistralmente da "La Venexiana".

Автор Fabio Mengucci ( назад)
che dolcezza...

Автор Patryk Zakrocki ( назад)

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Автор mincomposer ( назад)
the best one of Marenzio.

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