lunedì 10 novembre 2014

Posaunen zwo und auch zwen Zinken

20 tracks - MP3 192 Kbps - RAR 66 Mb

In addition to the diversity of instrumental resources and the resulting treasury of tone colours in distinctive instrumental combinations, the historical instruments possess a typical quality which virtually predestines their use for the performance of Renaissance music: their ability to combine perfectly with voices without losing their acoustic character or being deprived of their individuality, and this in such a manner that the voices are not overpowered or tonally muddled. This characteristic is of considerable importance since according to the fundamental principles of a humanistic world view the vox humana stands in the center of the musical consciousness. Historical instruments may in this regard assist the listener of the 20th century to at least approach an understanding of the past ideals of tonal beauty.


01-Antonius Stringarius Patavus: Nui siamo Segatori
02-Heinrich Isaac: La, la, hö, hö
03-Anonymus: Canto delle Palle
04-Anonymus: Canto per Scriptores
05-Giovane da Nola: O belle fusa
06-Anonymus: Ha Lucia
07-Costanzo Festa: Florentia, tempus est penitentiae
08-Jacob Arcadelt: Corona aurea
09-Jacobus de Brouck: Laere dies
10-Orlando di Lasso: In me transierunt
11-Orlando di Lasso: Multarum hic resonat
12-Caspar Othmayr: D.Martini Lutheri Symbolum
13-Orlando di Lasso: Da pacem
14-Cristobal de Morales: Missus est gabriel
15-Jakobus Gallus: Haec est dies
16-Johann Walter: Fuga septimi toni
17-Martin Agricola: Kanon über "Christe, der du bist Tag und Licht"
18-Orlando di Lasso: Bicinium
19-Annibale Padovano: Ricercar
20-Giovanni Gabrieli: Canzone septimi toni

Ensemble Musica Antiqua Wien - Dir.: Bernhard Klebel
Josquin-Ensemble Wien - Dir.: Michael Mayr

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