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_Score 4 pp. 3 copies._
*Renaissance Madrigal.* Tutto il di pianog is one of a small handful of three-part pieces by Rore, most of whose madrigals are in four or five parts. The layout of the parts is also unusual, with two equal upper parts and a third part of tenor range. The level of invention and counterpoint is very much what one would expect from Rore, the most gifted madrigal composer of his generation.
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|Instrumentation||Descant, Treble + Tenor Recorders|