Playlist:  [Untitled playlist] by Adam Matthew Allen

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Scena I: Ninfe, Ch'I Bei Crin D'Oro
composed by Jacopo Peri, 1561-1633 (1600); conducted by Roberto De Caro; produced by Gian Andrea Lodovici; performed by Monica Benvenuti, Rossana Bertini, Mario Cecchetti, Gian Paolo Fagotto, Sergio Foresti and Furio Zanasi, Ensemble Arpeggio; in Peri: Euridice (Arts Productions Ltd., 1996), 2 mins  
I liked that this song because it had a male and a female voice in it. They had very strong voices, although I prefere the male's. I also liked the harp in the back. The voices also had cool accents.
02:04
29 Sep 2016
Scena III: Io Che Pensato Havea Di Starmi Ascoso
composed by Jacopo Peri, 1561-1633 (1600); conducted by Roberto De Caro; produced by Gian Andrea Lodovici; performed by Monica Benvenuti, Rossana Bertini, Mario Cecchetti, Gian Paolo Fagotto, Sergio Foresti and Furio Zanasi, Ensemble Arpeggio; in Peri: Euridice (Arts Productions Ltd., 1996), 3 mins  
I chose this song maily becaues the woman's voice and the strong rolling of the tounge. I also liked the wind instruments in it. My favorite was the flute.
03:20
29 Sep 2016
Scena V: Felice Semideo, Ben Degna Prole
composed by Jacopo Peri, 1561-1633 (1600); conducted by Roberto De Caro; produced by Gian Andrea Lodovici; performed by Monica Benvenuti, Rossana Bertini, Mario Cecchetti, Gian Paolo Fagotto, Sergio Foresti and Furio Zanasi, Ensemble Arpeggio; in Peri: Euridice (Arts Productions Ltd., 1996), 1 min  
This song was a bit shorter, but was still good. I really liked the man's deeper voice. I also liked the string instrument in the back, it added a good soft contrast. I liked how the song picked up through out.
01:28
29 Sep 2016
Scena I: Donne, Ch'A' Miei Diletti
composed by Jacopo Peri, 1561-1633 (1600); conducted by Roberto De Caro; produced by Gian Andrea Lodovici; performed by Monica Benvenuti, Rossana Bertini, Mario Cecchetti, Gian Paolo Fagotto, Sergio Foresti and Furio Zanasi, Ensemble Arpeggio; in Peri: Euridice (Arts Productions Ltd., 1996), 1 min  
This song had a very soothing and relaxing feel to it. The woman's voice was soft and high pitched which I also liked about it. It was a little short, but still a very good song.
01:02
29 Sep 2016
II. Udite, donne, udite
composed by Claudio Monteverdi, 1567-1643 (1608); performed by Ludovica Scoppola, Alberto Rota, Rosa Ricciotti, Humberto Orellana Quiroz, fl. 2001 and Claudia Pallini; in Il Ballo Delle ingrate (Nuova Era), 2 mins  
I really liked the instruments through out the song. The voices were very different sounding, but cool sounding. My favorite thing about the song was the long notes of one breathe. The instruments at the end were kind of sad.
02:28
29 Sep 2016
III. Bellaa madre d'Amor
composed by Claudio Monteverdi, 1567-1643 (1608); performed by Ludovica Scoppola, Alberto Rota, Rosa Ricciotti, Humberto Orellana Quiroz, fl. 2001 and Claudia Pallini; in Il Ballo Delle ingrate (Nuova Era), 13 mins  
Although this one was very long I liked it. The beginning had some very neat sounding string instruments. I really liked the softer second voice, although together with the deep voice they sounded really good.
12:48
29 Sep 2016
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