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viernes, 12 de agosto de 2016

The Pleasures of the Royal Courts - The Early Music Consort of London

The Pleasures of the Royal Courts
The Early Music Consort of London - David Munrow

  1. The Courtly Art of the Trouvères
    1. Adam de la Halle (c.1237-c.1286): Tant con je vivrai
    2. Anon (13th century): La sexte estampie real
    3. Anon (13th century): Ductia
    4. Colin Muset (early 13th century): Quant je voy yver
    5. Adam de la Halle: Fines amouretes ai
    6. Anon (13th century): Souvent souspire mon cuer
  2. The Burgundian Court of Philip the Good
    1. M. Gulielmus (late 15th century): Falla con misuras
    2. Johannes Legrant (fl.c.1419-c.1446): Entre vous, noviaux mariés
    3. Dufay: Vergine bella
  3. The German Court of Emperor Maximilian
    1. Isaac: Isbruck, ich muß dich lassen (countertenor, recorder, fiddle, viol)
    2. Johann Weck (early 16th century): Spanyöler Tancz & Hopper Dancz
    3. Ludwig Senfl (c.1486-c.1543): Nun wöllt ihr hören neue Mär'
  4. Italian Music of the Medici Court
    1. Three carnival songs (c.1505):
      • Paolo Scotto: o fallace speranza
      • Jac. Fo.: Tua volsi esser sempre mai
      • Joh. Bapt. Zesso: E quando andarete al monte
    2. Six anonymous polyphonic dances (early 16th century):
      • Zorzi
      • Pavana in passe e mezzo
      • Saltarello de la pavana
      • La Manfrolina
      • El pomo de lo pomaro
      • La rocha el fuso
    3. Marchetto Cara (d.c.1525): Non e tempo
  5. The Spanish Courts in the Early 16th Century
    1. Diego Ortiz (c.1525-c.1570): Recercadas primera y segunda
    2. Alonso (early 16th century): La tricotea Samartín
    3. Antonio de Cabezón (c.1510-1566): Diferencias sobre "La dama le demanda"
    4. Anon (early 16th century): Rodrigo Martines
    5. Juan del Encina (1468-c.1530): Ay triste que vengo
    6. Anon (early 16th century): Pase el agoa, ma Julieta
Intérpretes: The Early Music Consort of London : James Bowman (countertenor), David Munrow (recorders, gemshorn, crumhorns, kortholt, shawm, dulcian), Oliver Brookes (viol), Christopher Hogwood (harpsichord, harp, percussion), Mary Remnant (medieval fiddle, portative organ, tabor)

Duración:  46'

Lugar y fecha de grabación: Nueva York, USA [1976]

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16 comentarios:

mastranto dijo...
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Anónimo dijo...

Thanks for this fine album of music you rarely can listen to nowadays, very much appreciated!
Woody

quique dijo...

gracias, mastranto

d'aubigné dijo...

Thank you very much for this treasure !!!

Marko dijo...

thank you

Yotam dijo...

Thanks a lot!

Anónimo dijo...

Thank you very much!

mastranto dijo...

Col Legno wrote:
"hello mastranto, thank you for this. It is a Munrow that I do not have. He was very much a pioneer in early music performance.

I tried to reply commentario on the web page, but somehow I am not allowed to comment. I need some sort of identity.

I wanted to call attention to your readers that Munrow died too early. Wikipedia page:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Munrow


If you can publish the above as a commentario, I would appreciate it.ª

Anónimo dijo...

Muchisimas gracias!

Anónimo dijo...

Apreciado mastratnto podrías subir el enlace una vez más, por favor?

mastranto dijo...

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Anónimo dijo...

Much´simmas gracias!

yuko yoshino dijo...

Dear Mastranto--where is download link?

mastranto dijo...

@Yuko: Leave your email in the comment (it won't be published) or whrite to medievalyrenacentista@gmail.com

Kike Blanca dijo...

¡¡¡Muchas gracias!!!

alfred venison dijo...

thank you for this. -regards, a.v.