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Renaissance, page 4

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Le Jardin de Plaisance - Songs from Late Fifteenth-Century French Manuscripts

Le Jardin de Plaisance - Songs from Late Fifteenth-Century French Manuscripts
ID: RK2301
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Subcollection: Lute

Lieder aus französischen Handschriften des späten 15. Jahrhunderts (von Johannes Ockeghem, Guillaume Dufay, Walter Freye und anderen)

Ensemble La Morra
Giovanni Cantarini, tenor
Corina Marti, flute and harpsichord
Michal Gondko, viola da mano
Elizabeth Rumsey, viola del arco
Tore Eketorp, viola del arco

Named after Heinrich Isaac's famous instrumental piece, Ensemble La Morra performs European music of from the 14th and 15th centuries-a period often referred to as “late Medieval” or “early Renaissance.”


Mit »Jardin de Plaisance« ist die erste CD der schola cantorum basiliensis edition bei Raumklang erschienen. In dieser Reihe werden viel versprechende junge Musiker und Ensemble vorgestellt, die an der Schola Cantorum Basiliensis ihre Ausbildung erhalten haben. Gleichzeitig werden spannende Programme abseits der Hauptstraßen der Alten Musik repräsentiert. Die Musiker-Generation nach Guillaume Dufay und Gilles Binchois begann um 1450 mit neuen Kompositionstechniken zu experimentieren, die zu einem sehr fortschrittlichen und eigenständigen Repertoire von weltlichen Liedern führten. Gesammelt und überliefert wurden diese Werke nach 1460 in mehreren Handschriften aus Kreisen des französischen Hochadels. Das junge Basler Ensemble La Morra präsentiert eine Anthologie dieser höchst verfeinerten Kunst instrumentalen und vokalen Musizierens in der Frische und Unmittelbarkeit eines »Gartens der Freude«. Eine Koproduktion von Raumklang, Schweizer Radio DRS2 und der Schola Cantorum Basiliensis.
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Una Musa Plebea: Everyday Music from Renaissance Italy

Una Musa Plebea: Everyday Music from Renaissance Italy
ID: RK2410
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Renaissance
Subcollection: Ensemble

This collection includes sung settings of works by traditional improvisatory Renaissance poets from Tuscany and Corsica, as well as instrumental pieces of the period. Lucidarium specialises in medieval and Renaissance music and have earned popular and critical acclaim.

Lucidarium is an ensemble specializing in medieval and Renaissance music. Each program is the fruit of a long period of research and preparation in various fields, resulting in a different sonority for each program: a vivacious combination of voices and instruments with the freedom in execution which comes from a solid knowledge of musical style and historical background. Although the research for the various projects is the responsibility of its two directors, the final product is developed collectively, the result of rehearsals where each musician is fully involved in the creative process. From its founding, this combination of meticulous preparation, joyful improvisation and energetic music-making has brought both popular and critical acclaim to the ensemble.
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Endzeitfragmente - Fragments for The End of Time

Endzeitfragmente - Fragments for The End of Time
ID: RK2803
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Renaissance
Subcollection: Ensemble

From the time of Christianity’s introduction into Europe until the end of the first millennium, apocalyptic images of the End of Time and the Last Judgement were widespread, both in texts and in the visual arts. In Sequentia’s new program, ‘Fragments for the End of Time,’ Sequentia explore the musical world of these powerful texts. The instruments used in this concert include reconstructions of Germanic lyres, an early medieval triangular harp, and copies of medieval transverse flutes.

Artist: Benjamin Bagby; Norbert Rodenkirchen
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Charles The Bold & Music From the Court of Burgundy

Charles The Bold & Music From the Court of Burgundy
ID: RK2801
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Renaissance
Subcollection: Ensemble

The Burgundian Court of Charles the Bold was one of the finest that European cultural history can boast. Music played an important part in that culture and a star line up of early music specialist musicians perform music from that period of 1433-1477.
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Rose van Jherico - Song Book of Anna of Cologne

Rose van Jherico - Song Book of Anna of Cologne
ID: RK2604
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Medieval Period

Selections from The Song Book of Anna von Köln

This collection of devotional songs in Latin and the vernacular (indeed, in several medieval dialects) was compiled about 1500 in Cologne, an example of devotio moderna, the late-medieval movement to adopt a lifestyle midway between secular society and the religious orders. The title of the disc, “the rose of Jericho,” refers to a Macaronic song in low German and Latin honoring the Blessed Virgin, who was invariably venerated while her Son was worshipped. A few of these songs have appeared in collections of the LP era. Konrad Ruhland’s group sang “Jure plaudant omnia,” included here. Several other songs recorded in that era are not duplicated here, but this seems to be the first focused collection drawn from this source.

Late-medieval collections of anonymous vocal music of this type have been largely overlooked in music history courses and texts in favor of identifiable composers. Reinhard Strohm, in The Rise of European Music, 1380-1500 (Cambridge, 1993), made a major breakthrough in devoting the entire Part 3 of his four-part book to the subject. The Songbook of Anna of Cologne (D-B 8o 280) has been edited by Salmen and Koepp (Schwann, 1954), so it should be accessible at least to performers and scholars. Even so, Strohm barely mentions the collection in a paragraph devoted to 15th-century compilations of this type, next to the slightly earlier Wienhäuser Liederbuch, which was given a whole disc on a Psallite LP of 1976.

The 16 songs from this source that are recorded here make a delightful program. All are sung by the women’s group of 11 singers and five players, while four instrumental selections from the Glogauer and Locheimer songbooks are inserted at intervals. Some of the songs are sung solo, and some are lightly accompanied on period instruments. The acoustics of the chapel cast a warm glow around the voices. Anonymity is a burden, as evident from the attention devoted to composers (Perotinus) and works (the “Farewell” symphony of Haydn) not so disabled. Anyone who comes across this disc is going to be entranced by the unexpected pleasure that it affords. Give it a chance and you’ll turn back to it again and again. The last time I was so unexpectedly delighted was on hearing “Ninna Nanna” by Montserrat Figueras (26:6). That’s the kind of disc it is.

FANFARE: J. F. Weber


Ars Choralis Coeln - Ensemble for Medieval Music / Ensemble für mittelalterliche Musik / Ensemble de musique médiévale

Cora Schmeiser, Uta Kirsten, Petra Koerdt, Mikari Shibukawa, Pamela Petsch, Inga Schneider, Amanda Simmons, Stefanie Brijoux, Elodie Mourot, Katherine Hill, Karolina Brachmann - Gesang | voice | chant
Lucia Mense - Blockflöte, Glocken, Gesang | recorder, bells, voice | flûte à bec, cloches, chant
Elisabeth Seitz - Hackbrett | dulcimer
Johanna Seitz - Harfe | harp | harpe
Susanne Ansorg - Fidel | fiddle | vielle
Maria Jonas - Leitung | direction; Gesang, Drehleier | voice, hurdy-gurdy | chant, vièle à roue
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Salve festa dies - Musik der Reformationszeit

Salve festa dies - Musik der Reformationszeit
ID: RK9501
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Renaissance
Subcollection: Ensemble

Mit dieser CD stellt das Bläser Collegium Leipzig Musik aus den Jahrzehnten um 1500 vor, einer Zeit, in der Deutschland von Humanismus und Reformation geprägt war. Aber nicht das, was man gemeinhin unter »Musik der Reformationszeit« versteht - den Evangelischen Choral und seine Vertonung durch die ersten Komponisten evangelischer Kirchenmusik - steht im Zentrum dieser Aufnahme, sondern ihre traditionellen Wurzeln und die neuen Aspekte der Instrumentalmusik jener Zeit. So findet man neben Choralsätzen in deutscher und lateinischer Sprache auch Tanzmusik und weltliche Lieder. Gespielt werden die Stücke auf Zinken und Posaunen, einem der beliebtesten Instrumentalensembles des 16. Jahrhunderts, das abwechslungsreich ergänzt wird durch Schalmei und Trommel. Vokal ausgeführte Choralmelodien verbinden sich mit den Bläserstimmen zu einem faszinierenden Gesamtklang.

Thomas Stoltzer
1.Septimi toni
Anonym
2.Salve festa dies
Johann Buchner
3.Quem terra pontus
Anonym
4.Nigra sum sed formos
Josquin des Pres
5.Ecce Maria genuit
Martin Luther
6.Non moriar sed vivam
Johann Walter
7.Nun bitten wir den heiligen Geist
8.Fuge Nr. 3 a 2 (Primi et secundi in diapente)
9.Christ lag in Todesbanden
10.Fuge Nr. 14 a 2 (Secundi toni)
Caspar Othmayr
11.Wer in dem Schutz des Höchsten ist
12.Ein beurisch Tanz
Hans Gerle
13.Ich schell mein Horn
Josquin des Pres
14.Cent mille regretz
Anonym
15.O wie gern und doch entpern
16.Königstanz
17.Alla caccia, alla caccia
Thomas Stoltzer
18.Tertii toni
Heinrich Finck
19.Festum nunc celebre
Paul Hofhaimer
20.Recordare
Adam von Fulda
21.Pange lungua gloriosi
Anonym
22.Clara dei genitrix
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Bibliotheca Cygneana - Alte Musik Dresden, Ensemble

Bibliotheca Cygneana - Alte Musik Dresden, Ensemble
ID: RK9801
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Subcollection: Chamber Ensemble

Musik aus der Ratsschulbibliothek zu Zwickau (Werke von Johann Hermann Schein, Nikolaus Kropstein, Hans Sachs, Heinrich Schütz u.a.)
Konzeption: Eberhard Möller und Wolfram Steude

»Sächsische Musiklandschaften im 16. und 17. Jahrhundert Nr. IV«
herausgegeben von Wolfram Steude und Norbert Schuster
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De La Rue - Incessament mon povre cueur lamente

De La Rue - Incessament mon povre cueur lamente
ID: RKAP10105
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Sacred Music
Subcollection: Ensemble

World premiere recording

„INCESSAMENT“ - hinter diesem geheimnisvollen Titel verbirgt sich ein spannendes CD-Programm, in dessen Zentrum die Weltersteinspielung der „Missa Incessament“ von Pierre de la Rue (c. 1452-1518) steht. Ergänzt wird diese Messe durch Gregorianik aus dem Moosburger Graduale.

Den Rahmen des Programms bilden zwei Kompositionen de la Rues, die mit der Messe in engem Zusammenhang stehen: sein französisches Lied „Incessament“, auf dessen Grundlage er seine Missa Incessament komponierte, und dessen Umwandlung in eine lateinische Motette für das protestantische Deutschland: „Sic deus dilexit“. Dieses Programm wurde konzipiert unter Mitarbeit des führenden de la Rue-Forschers J. Evan Kreider und des Gregorianik-Experten Godehard Joppich. Aufgenommen wurde diese CD in der wunderbaren Basilika des Benediktinerklosters Wechselburg/Mitteldeutschland, die der Musik die passende Aura verleiht.

amarcord, 1992 von ehemaligen Mitgliedern des Leipziger Thomanerchores gegründet, zählt inzwischen zu den herausragenden Repräsentanten der Musikstadt Leipzig und weltweit zu den führenden Vokalensembles.
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Unknown renaissance - The 450th Anniversary of J.P.Sweelinck - Intrada Vocal Ensemble

Unknown renaissance - The 450th Anniversary  of J.P.Sweelinck - Intrada Vocal Ensemble
ID: SMCCD0160
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Renaissance
Subcollection: Vocal Ensemble

Live in Grand Hall of the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory, April 22, 2013
This recorded concert was the final event of an international musicological conference with concerts and workshops entitled “The Unknown Renaissance: Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck’s 450th Anniversary». The Russian audience had the opportunity to listen to the vocal music of the “last great Dutch composer": Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck (1562-1621), as well as the music of his contemporaries. The compact disc opens with Sweelinck’s Christmas motet “Hodie Christus natus est”, SwWV 163 from the collection “Cantiones sacrae” published in 1619. It is followed by the motet “Ascendit Deus” by Peter Philips (c.1560/61-1628), an English composer who spent the most fruitful part of his life in the Spanish Netherlands. In 1593 Philips made a special trip to Amsterdam in order to meet Sweelinck, who previously, in 1580, had written a cycle of variations on Philips’s Pavane. Philips’s motet “Ave verum corpus” is followed by a composition set to the same text by one of his teachers, William Byrd (c. 1540/1543-1623).
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Farnaby - 20 pieces from the Fitzwilliam Virginal Book - T. Roberts harpsichord

Farnaby - 20 pieces from the Fitzwilliam Virginal Book - T. Roberts harpsichord
ID: EMCCD7756
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Renaissance
Subcollection: Harpsichord

Timothy Roberts plays 20 pieces from the Fitzwilliam Virginal Book by Giles Farnaby (1563-1640) including Fantasia, His Rest, Rosasolis, Loth to Depart and Farmer’s Pavan. The instrument used for this recording is the wonderful Malcolm Rose harpsichord built in London in 1579.

Farnaby, G:
Giles Farnaby’s Dreame
Fantasia - Fitzwilliam Virginal Book No. 233
Up [T]ails All
His Rest
Praeludium
Rosasolis
Quodling’s Delight
Loth to depart
Fantasia - Fitzwilliam Virginal Book No. 129
Tower Hill
A Toye
Tell Me, Daphne
His Humour
Fantasia - Fitzwilliam Virginal Book No. 229
Rosseter’s Galliard
Woody-cock
Farnaby’s Conceit
A Maske
Farmer’s Pavan
Fantasia - Fitzwilliam Virginal Book No. 232
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