venerdì 12 settembre 2014

Lorenzo Il Magnifico - Trionfo Di Bacco

Carnival Songs, 1449-1492 (Doulce Mémoire)

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Heinrich Isaac - Palle, Palle, song for 3 voices
Anonymous, Italian - Ben Venga Maggio
Anonymous - Galliarda ''Su l'herba fresca''
Anonymous, Italian - Era di Maggio
Anonymous - Lo Mio Padre

Anonymous, Italian - In questo ballo
Joan Ambrosio Dalza - Calata
Anonymous, Italian - Trionfo di Bacco e Arianna: Quant' è bella giovinezza
Josquin Desprez - La Spagna, song for 5 parts
Johannes Ghiselin - La Spagna a 4
Anonymous - Canto di Lanzi Pellegrini
Anonymous - Vilana Che Sa Tu Far?
Anonymous - Canto di Lanzi Sonatori di Rubechine
Anonymous - Canto di Lanzi Allegri
Anonymous - Pan de Miglio

Josquin Desprez - Scaramella va alla guerra
Anonymous - Carro della Morte
Alexander Demophon Venetus - Volgi gli ochi
Anonymous - Jesu, Jesu, Jesu
Anonymous - Visin, Visin
Anonymous - Canto degli Spazzacamini

Ensemble Doulce Mémoire

Diapason d’Or de l’Année 1998
Sélection du Monde
5 de Classica


''Quant'è bella giovinezza,
che si fugge tuttavia!

chi vuol esser lieto, sia:

di doman non c'è certezza...''

''Comme elle est belle, la jeunesse
qui s'envole si vite hélas,
soyez heureux, n'attendez pas!
demain n'est qu'une vaine promesse...''

''How sweet is youth,

but, alas, so fleeting! 
Be happy, waste no time,
 for tomorrow is but a vain promise...''

Lorenzo de Medici was born on January 1, 1449 in Florence, Italy. "Lorenzo The Magnificent," as he was called by the people of Florence, was a statesman, ruler, and patron of the arts. "The Magnificent" was a common title of respect in Italy at the time, but it was Lorenzo who raised it to special status.

Lorenzo ruled Florence with his younger brother, Giuliano, from 1469 to 1478. After his brother's assassination in 1478, he was sole ruler until his death. Perhaps Lorenzo's greatest contribution to history was his patronage of the arts. He contributed more than anyone to the flowering of Florentine genius in the late 15th century, supporting such giants as Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo. Lorenzo treated the artists under his protection with respect and warm-hearted familiarity.

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