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Gesualdo Consort with members of Concerto Palatino and members of Ensemble Tragicomedia - Early Music Of The Netherlands, volume 1 - 1400-1600 download mp3 album

Gesualdo Consort with members of Concerto Palatino and members of Ensemble Tragicomedia - Early Music Of The Netherlands, volume 1 - 1400-1600 download mp3 album
Performer:
Gesualdo Consort
Album:
Early Music Of The Netherlands, volume 1 - 1400-1600
Style:
Medieval, Renaissance
Released:
1993
FLAC vers. size:
1903 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1315 mb
WMA vers. size:
1573 mb
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Coverdesign: J/S Graphics.

An early music ensemble is a musical ensemble that specializes in performing early music of the European classical tradition from the Baroque era and earlier - broadly, music produced before about 1750.

Vocal Music Chamber Music. Concerto Palatino, Gesualdo Consort, Tragicomedia. Early Music of the Netherlands, Vol. 1: 1400-1600.

Stephen Stubbs Teldec Early Music of The Netherlands a, Gesualdo Consort, Concerto Palatino Emergo Swedish Baroque Festival Malmö 1992 Ensemble from Malmö College of Music, dir. Stephen Stubbs Malmö College of Music . Bach - Weiss Lautensuiten Stephen Stubbs EMI Classics Le Canterine Romane - Luigi Rossi Tragicomedia dir. Stephen Stubbs Teldec Monteverdi - Il ballo delle Ingrate Tragicomedia dir. Stephen Stubbs Teldec Heinrich Schütz Symphonie Sacrae I Concerto Palatino Accent quel Lascivissimo Cornetto Tragicomedia dir. Stephen Stubbs, Bruce Dickey Accent Venezianische.

The Hilliard Ensemble was a British male vocal quartet originally devoted to the performance of early music. The group was named after the Elizabethan miniaturist painter Nicholas Hilliard. Founded in 1974, the group disbanded in 2014.

The Early Music Consort of London was a British music ensemble in the late 1960s and 1970s which specialised in historically informed performance of Medieval and Renaissance music. It was founded in 1967 by music academics Christopher Hogwood and David Munrow and produced many highly influential recordings. The group disbanded in 1976 following Munrow's death. The Early Music Consort of London. The original line-up of the Early Music Consort (left to right: Christopher Hogwood, David Munrow, James Tyler, Oliver Brookes, James Bowman). Background information. Evolution of Music - Pentatonix. Vivaldi Four Seasons: "Winter" (L'Inverno), complete; Cynthia Freivogel, Voices of Music 4K RV 297. Chinese Ancient Music. Handel Gloria: Laudamus Te, Laura Heimes with Voices of Music. Top 10 Greatest Rock Bands.

GESUALDO CONSORT AMSTERDAM HARRY VAN DER KAMP Carlo Gesualdo da Venosa (c. 1561-1613) is the composer after whom the GESUALDO CONSORT AMSTERDAM, the madrigal ensemble founded by Harry van der Kamp in the 1980s, is named. This Neapolitan nobleman is the composer of experimental works in which he constantly explored new expressive means. The Gesualdo Consort Amsterdam has appeared at the Innsbruck Festival of Early Music, Musikfest Bremen (among other works, Brahms’s Zigeunerlieder with the Roby Lakatos Zigeunerensemble), Dollard Festival, Utrecht Early Music Festival, Bach-Fest Leipzig and many other festivals in Europe. He was one of the founding members of the internationally known Cappella Amsterdam directed by Jan Boeke.

Although the music of Gesualdo may not be to the taste of someone tentatively delving into the Renaissance for the first time, it may deepen the appreciation of this period more than the myriads of recordings of instrumental dances and part-songs ever will. Next rainy day, put this CD on, sit back, and relax.

Listen to music from Gesualdo Consort like Mother I Will Have a Husband: Mother I Will Have a Husband, Sweet Suffolk Owl: Sweet Suffolk Owl & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Gesualdo Consort. early music performers. THE Consort made their London debut at the Wigmore Hall in 1978, and since then have devoted themselves to performing some of the most challenging music suitable for vocal ensemble. This has led to their presenting very varied and unusual programmes embracing, for example, both Monteverdi and Verdi and extending to include mediaeval song and a wide range of 20th century music.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Ach Vlaendere Vrie
Composed By – Thomas Fabri
3:06
2 Nove Cantum Melody, Secunda Pars
Composed By – Gilles Binchois
2:29
3 Je Ne Vis Onques la Pareille
Composed By – Gilles Binchois, Guillaume Dufay or*
3:21
4 In Hydraulis Quondam Pythagora
Composed By – Antoine Busnois
7:11
5 Tstat Een Meskin
Composed By – Jacob Obrecht
1:56
6 Mille Quingentis
Composed By – Jacob Obrecht
8:31
7 Kyrie
Composed By – Josquin Des Prés
1:39
8 Credo Je Ne Vis Onques
Composed By – Alexander Agricola
6:08
9 Ut Phebi Radus
Composed By – Josquin Des Prés
4:52
10 Tous Les Regretz
Composed By – Antoine Brumel
2:59
11 Buvons, Ma Comere
Composed By – Benedictus Appenzeller
1:23
12 Een Lied Eerbaer - Salich Sy Zyn (Psalm 21)
Composed By – Clemens non Papa
3:22
13 Psalm 2 "Pourquoi Font Bruit"
Composed By – Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck
1:37
14 Madonna Mia, Pieta (instrumental)
Composed By – Orlando Di Lasso*
1:56
15 Madonna Mia, Pieta (vocal)
Composed By – Orlando Di Lasso*
2:04
16 Chanson "Une Angelette"
Composed By – Jacob De Brouck*
1:32
17 Chanson "Pleurs Et Soupirs"
Composed By – Jacob De Brouck*
2:29
18 Amor Che Col Partire (vocal)
Composed By – Cipriano De Rore
2:18
19 Amor Che Col Partire (instrumental Zincsolo)
Composed By – Cipriano De Rore
3:40
20 Tandem Triumphans
Composed By – Alexander Utendal
3:47
21 Madrigal "Zefiro Torna"
Composed By – Jan Tollius*
5:19

Credits

  • Bass Vocals – Harry van der Kamp
  • Cornett [Zinc] – Bruno Dickey
  • Countertenor Vocals – Simon Schouten
  • Harp – Andrew Lawrence-King
  • Liner Notes – Robert C. Wegman
  • Lute – Stephen Stubbs
  • Mezzo-soprano Vocals – Yvonne Benschop
  • Producer – Klaas A. Posthumus*
  • Soprano Vocals – Barbara Borden
  • Tenor Vocals – Michiel Ten Houte De Lange, Robert Coupe
  • Trombone – Charles Toet
  • Viola da Gamba – Erin Headley

Notes

Recording: December 1988, Maria Minor Church, Utrecht.
Coverdesign: J/S Graphics.
© 1993 License: Teleac Utrecht NL; ℗ & © 1993 Emergo Netherlands.

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