mercoledì 5 settembre 2007

Duo Mediterraneo - Musik des Mittelalters und der Renaissance

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  • Improvisation on medieval melody

  • Anon., Paris Bibl. Nat. Ms. Franç., fol. 104v:
  • La Ultime Estampie Real

  • Anon., Folksong, Greece:
  • Tou Kastrou tis Orias
    Tris Kalogeri Kritiki

  • Anon., 14-14th c., Hs Lo Brit. Mus., Add. 29987:
  • Saltarello

  • Anon., trad.:
  • Reigentanz aus Makedonien

  • Anon., 13th c.:
  • Chanson à refrain

  • Heinrich Newsidler: Lute book
  • Wascha mesa

  • Anon., 14-14th c., Hs Lo Brit. Mus., Add. 29987:
  • Trotto
  • Istampita Ghaette
  • Lamento di Tristano & Rotta

  • Anon., 12-13th c.: Trouvere song "Souvent suspire Moncuer"
  • Estampie

  • Anon.:
  • Improvisation on an arabic rythm

  • Anon., Folksong, Greece:
  • Omorfoula

  • Alfonso el Sabio (attr.): Cantigas de Santa Maria
  • Cantiga 166: Como poden per sas culpas
  • Duo Mediterraneo: Jannis Kaimakis
    (launeddas, piccolo recorder, flojera, gaida, Pan's flute, renaissance lute, tanbura, crumhorn, gemshorn)
    Issam Le-Mallah
    (riqq, duff, bongos, tabla (darabuka), bandir, taar, tabl-baladi)

    Clement Janequin - La Chasse et Autres Chansons

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    I think this is the finest record so far from the astonishing Clement Janequin Ensemble, for three reasons. The first is that every performance here is bursting with energy and with the apparent experience of innumerable public performances: you never get the impression that a piece was prepared just for the recording. There are six very different voices here, sometimes scarcely blending, and occasionally with a touch of roughness. But that is all part of the magic. They are real performances.The second reason, related to the first, is that one of the Clement Janequin Ensemble's most notable virtues is the ability to articulate some of those long, elaborate works of Janequin that can so easily seem empty and rambling. The singers offer a masterly variety of colour, texture and pace that clarifies many of the internal details but at the same time seems always beautifully focused on the needs of the broad musical design. They show that Le caquet des femmes, La chasse and La guerre are works of considerable—if bizarre—genius.Which in turn brings us to the third reason: Janequin. He is surely one of the most varied and resourceful of all sixteenth-century composers. The record includes three immaculately turned Ronsard settings, and two of Marot. It includes the superbly madrigalesque Ce petit a'ieu qui vole, the exquisite C'esl a bon droit almost in the ultra-pure style of Claudin de Sermisy, and— as befits the finest musical exponent of the spirit of Rabelais—several works that are just plain dirty in a way that is difficult to parallel anywhere else in the history of music.  --   --  Gramophone [9/1988]


    Clément Janequin
    1. Le caquet des femmes
    2. Va rossignol
    3. D'un seul soleil
    4. Bel aubepin verdissant

    Guillaume Morlaye
    5. Gaillarde des Dieux

    Clément Janequin
    6. J'ay double dueil
    7. Au verd bois je m'en iray
    8. Revenés souvent m'amye
    9. J'ay d'un costé l'honneur
    10. Ce petit dieu qui vole

    Adrian Le Roy
    11. Branle de Bourgogne

    Clément Janequin
    12. La guerre
    13. L'espoir confus
    14. Petite nymphe folastre
    15. Pourquoy tournez-vous vos yeux
    16. C'est … bon droit

    Guillaume Morlaye
    17. Fantaisie

    Clément Janequin
    18. Sur l'aub‚pin qui est en fleurs
    19. Ce moys de may
    20. Las, si tu as plaisir
    21. Ventz hardis et légiers

    Adrian Le Roy
    22. Branle gay

    Clément Janequin
    23. Plus ne suys
    24. Frère Thibault
    25. La chasse

    Ensemble Clement Janequin