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viernes, 5 de diciembre de 2014

A la Via ! Street music from 12th to the 13th century – Strada & Ensemble Anonymus

A la Via ! Street music from 12th to the 13th century
Strada - Pierre Langevin, dir
Ensemble Anonymus - Claude Bernatchez, dir.


    Thoinot Arbeau:
  1. Bransle des chevaux
  2. Anon., Italy, 14th c.:
  3. Saltarello
  4. Pierre D'Attaignant:
  5. Skarazula Marazula
  6. Anon., Carols, 15th c.:
  7. Lo paure satan Anon., trad., Occitania:
    Er dei tripetas
  8. Thoinot Arbeau:
  9. Bransle de Poitou et de Bourgogne
  10. Anon., trad., Tunisia:
  11. Ouadouni
    Ourdouni souz shaya
  12. Anon., trad., Occitania:
  13. Aï vist lo lop, lo rainard, la lebre
  14. Anon., Italy, 14th c.:
  15. Chanconetta tedesca
  16. Anon., trad., Occitania:
  17. Dance: Farandoulo
  18. Anon., trad., 15th c., Occitania:
  19. Air from the Carnival of Tarascon: Rampaleda e corsa de la tarasca
  20. Walther von der Vogelweide:
  21. Nu al'erst Paleastinalied
  22. Moniot d'Arras:
  23. Ce fut en mai
  24. Alfonso el Sabio (attr.): Cantigas de Santa Maria
  25. Cantiga 159: Non Sofre Santa Maria
  26. Anon., 13th c.:
  27. Septime Estampie Réale
  28. Anon., England, 13th c.:
  29. Ductiae
  30. Anon., Germany, 15th c.:
  31. Es fur ein pawr
  32. Giorgio Maneiro:
  33. Ungaresca
  34. Anon., Spain, 16th c.:
  35. Propinan de Melyor
  36. Toinot Arbeau:
  37. Basse Danse "Jouyssance vous donneray"

Intérpretes: [1]-[10] Strada: Pierre Langevin (bagpipes, recorders, voice), Pierre Tanguay (drum, darbouka, tambourine, small bells, voice), Élise Guay (recorders, shawms, Poitou oboe), Marc Villeneuve (irish bouzouki, tambura), André Simoneau (hurdy-gurdy)
Pierre Langevin, dir.
[11]-[19] Ensemble Anonymus: Sylvain Bergeron (lute, mandora, orpharion), Claude Bernatchez (darbouka, drum, dulcimer, mandoline), Silvy Grenier (hurdy-gurdy, crumhorn, recorders), Pierre Langevin (recorders, crumhorns, shawm), Marie-Louise Donald (recorders), Claire Gignac (recorders, crumhorns), Jean Létourneau (shawm)
Claude Bernatchez, dir.


Duración:  50' 24"

Lugares y fechas de grabación: [1]-[3] Studio Tram, Québec, Québec, Canada [1995]
[4]-[10] Studio Tram, Québec, Québec, Canada [1992] [11]-[12], [15]-[18] Église de Beaumont, Québec, Québec, Canada [04/1982] [13]-[14], [19] desconocido [1984] 


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