sabato 6 settembre 2014

G.P.Telemann - III Trietti methodichi e III Scherzi

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Trietto 3: Sonate 5 d-moll
Scherzo 3: Sonate 6 D-Dur
Quartett a-moll
Trietto 1: Sonate 1 G-Dur
Scherzo 1: Sonate 2 A-Dur
Concerto d-moll
Trietto 2: Sonate 3 D-Dur
Scherzo 2: Sonate 4 E-Dur

Parnassi Musici

Margaret MacDuffie, violin
Mattias Fischer, violin
Takashi Ogawa, flute
Sergio Azzolini, bassoon
Ai Ikeda, bassoon
Stephan Schrader, violoncello
Diego Cantalupi, archlute, baroque guitar
Martin Lutz, organ, harpsichord

venerdì 5 settembre 2014

G.Valentini - Idee per Camera a Violino e Violone o Cembalo

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The name of Giuseppe Valentini has captured the interest of a few scholars in this century. Andreas Moser believes that his music is comparable to that of Albinoni, while Arnold Schering points out his compositional talent. Nonetheless, no in-depth biography has of yet appeared. His later life and works are somewhat documented, while the events of his life in general and the circumstances of his death remain obscure. The principal sources of information are the title pages and prefaces of his printed works, in addition to the payment records for his services as an instrumentalist. His date of birth can be gleaned from a description that the composer provides of himself in the dedication to his opus 1, the Sinfonie à 3 of 1701. Referring to himself as "fiorentino", he claims to be "a youth of merely twenty years of age". From this dedication, written in Rome and dated 5 January 1701, one may assume that he was born in 1680. It is thus logical to conclude that Valentini was either born in Florence or had adopted the Tuscan capital as his own, as Corelli did Bologna, before departing for Rome upon completion of his musical apprenticeship.

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Idee per Camera a Violino e Violone o Cembalo
Opera IV (Roma 1706)

Idea II
Idea III
Idea IV
Idea V

Idea VI
Idea VII
Idea I

Orfei Farnesiani

giovedì 4 settembre 2014

Thibaut de Champagne - Le Chansonnier du Roi

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Mentioned by Dante amongst 'the most illustrious poets of his time, Thibaut de Champagne (1201-1253), also called 'Thibaut the Songwriter', was one of France's greatest trouvères (or 'musician-poet' in langue d’oïl). He left us some sixty songs, cultivating highly varied musical genres: songs of love and of the crusades, pastourelles, hymns to the Virgin, jeux-partis… Count of Champagne and King of Navarre, grandson of Marie de France and great-grandson of Eleanor of Aquitaine,he was chosen by the Holy See and numerous barons to lead a new crusade in 1239. A seal from 1226 portrays him on horseback, brandishing his sword. This disc proposes an anthology of his compositions, all coming from the very famous songbook copied at the end of the 13th century: the 'King's manuscript'. As a counterpoint to the songs and in harmony with them, it also presents motets and instrumental dances representative of the musical repertoires of the period.


Chancon ferai, que talent m'en est pris
Onques n'amai [Motet, 13th Century]
De fine amor vient seance et biautez
J'aloie l'autrier errant
Nus hon ne puet ami reconforter
La septime estampie real [13th century]
Dame, merci, une rien vous demant
En talent ai que je die
Pour conforter ma pesance
L'autrier par la matinee
Du tres douc nom a la vierge Marie
Au tens plain de felonie
Danse real [13th Century]
Seignor, sachies, qui or ne s'en ira
La quinte estampie real [13th century]

Alla francesca
Brigitte Lesne: chant, harpes, percussions, direction
Pierre Bourhis & Emmanuel Vistorky: chant
Vivabiancaluna Biffi: vièle à archet
Michaël Grébil: luth, cistres, percussions

Brescianello - Sonatas for Gallichone

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The gallichone, in case you were wondering, is a bass lute with a long, fretted neck; it is also known as a mandora. An image of the artwork might have been helpful. The instrument's solo repertory, mostly from the 18th century and as much German as Italian, is not large. One of the largest groups of solo pieces is a set of 18 multi-movement works by Giuseppe Antonio Brescianello, excerpted and called sonatas here, although they're really somewhere between sonatas and suites. Each one has between three and five movements, a minute or two long, in simple binary form. The composer, born in Florence, bounced around the courts of central Germany for awhile and finally settled in Stuttgart. His successors there included prominent members of the Mannheim School, and many of these pieces have an attractive lightness that was fully up to date around 1740, when they are thought to have been composed. But the biggest attraction is simply hearing the big low lute, generally used as a continuo instrument, emerge in a solo role. Brescianello was known as a violinist, and hearing him play these works must have been an attractive dose of trickery. The listener's enjoyment here is impeded, however, by unpleasantly resonant sound from a Padua church; apparently the engineers simply went in search of the most live sound environment they could find in the area. Gallichone player Terrel Stone's performances, however, are sprightly and clean. Certainly worthwhile for students of the instrumentarium of the 18th century.


Sonata no. 1 in C major
Sonata no. 2 in G major
Sonata no. 3 in B flat major
Sonata no. 4 in F major
Sonata no. 5 in B flat major
Sonata no. 6 in G major
Sonata no. 7 in C major
Sonata no. 8 in G major
Sonata no. 9 in B major

Terrell Stone, gallichone

mercoledì 3 settembre 2014

El Maestro Farinelli

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The casual browser might assume from the large word Farinelli and the picture of a bearded hipster dude in the graphics that this is another album devoted to arias connected with Italian castrato Carlo Broschi, known as Farinelli. But look more closely: the title, "El Maestro," is in Spanish. The album deals with Farinelli's tenure in Madrid, where he held the title of chamber musician to King Philip V and was a sort of impresario. His performing career was over by this time, and the album is mostly instrumental (a couple of countertenor arias, one of them the Farinelli hit Alto giove, are included), consisting of music by composers with whom Farinelli was associated, and might have programmed in Spain. This may seem a slender concept on which to hang the relaunch of the venerable Archiv early music imprint, and about all you can say in its favor is that the music is a great deal of fun. The program mixes opera overtures of the middle 18th century with some engaging dances by Spanish composer José de Nebra, the aforementioned arias, and independent symphonies by Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach and Johann Adolf Hasse. The music is all almost unknown, and it is for the most part zippy and extremely attractive. Start in with the very first track, the overture to La festa cinese (The Chinese Festival) of Nicola Conforto, with its unique rhythmic drive, and then sample the overtures by Jommelli and Traetta, opera seria composers who are almost forgotten today but whom any fan of the time would have known. The Concerto Köln, with a solid group of 28 players, gives this novel music a good deal of rhythmic zest, and it's hard not to conclude that even if the concept is strange, if that's what it took to get the music rediscovered, the effort was worth it. Archiv's studio sound is masterful.


Nicola Conforto
1. Overture to La festa cinese
Nicola Porpora
2. Overture to Carlo il calvo
Johann Adolf Hasse - Sinfonia Op.5, No.6
3. Allegro
4. Andante sempre
5. Allegro
José de Nebra - Vendado amor es, no ciego
6. Tempestad grande
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach - Sinfonia In E Minor "Fandango" Wq 178
7. Allegro assai
8. Andante moderato
9. Allegro
Francesco Corradini
10. Baile de las máscaras
Juan Marcolini
11. Overture to La dicha en la desgracia y vida campestre
Nicola Porpora - Polifemo
12. Alto Giove
José de Nebra
13. Seguidilla From "Amar y ser amado y la divina Philotea"
14. Seguidilla From "Para obsequio a la deydad"
15. Seguidilla From "Vendado es amor, no es ciego"
16. Canción From "Viento es la dicha de amor"
17. Seguidilla From "Donde hay violencia no hay culpa"
18. Seguidilla From "Donde hay violencia no hay culpa"
Niccolò Jommelli
19. Periodical Overture
Tommaso Traetta
20. Overture to Armida

Bejun Mehta (countertenor)

Concerto Köln
dir. Pablo Heras-Casado

J.Blow - An Ode on the Death of Mr. Henry Purcell

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Purcell - Sweetness of nature
Blow - Sonate en la majeur
Purcell- Here let my life
Blow - Ground en re mineur
Purcell - Music for a while
Blow - Fugue en sol mineur
Purcell - In vain the am'rous flute
Blow - Suite en sol
Blow - Ground en do mineur
Blow - An ode on the death of Mr Henry Purcell

Gerard Lesne, alto
Steve Dugardin, alto


Pierre Hamon, flute a bec
Sebastien Marq, flute a bec
Elisabeth Joyé, clavecin & orgue
Philippe Pierlot, viole de gambe
Vincent Dumestre, theorbe

martedì 2 settembre 2014

Cantus Colln Edition

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The vocal ensemble Cantus Colln led by Konrad Junghänel is one of the most famous European ensembles of its kind with over 30 CD recordings. Cantus Colln has won numerous international awards and is noted for including compelling performances of musical rarities as well as groundbreaking interpretations of the "classics" of the baroque repertoire.
The set from Deutsche Harmonia Mundi features 10 compact discs that were formerly unavailable.


CD 1. Rosenmüller: Sacri Concerti

CD 2. Knüpfer, Schelle, Kuhnau: Thomaskantoren vor Bach

CD 3. Monteverdi: Madrigali Amorosi

CD 4. Pachelbel, J.C. Bach, J.M. Bach: Motetten
cover & booklet

CD 5 & 6. Monteverdi: Vespro della beata vergine - part 1 & 2

CD 7. Lasso: Prophetiae Sibyllarum

CD 8 & 9. Schütz: Psalmen, Motetten und Konzerte - part 1 & 2

CD 10. Lechner: Sprüche von Leben und Tod

J.D.Zelenka - Gesù al Calvario [ZWV62]

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CD 1 - - CD 2

CD 1 - - CD 2

Sopran (Maria Vergine): Ingrid Schmithüsen
Sopran (Maria Maria Maddalena)
: Larissa Malikowa
Kontratenor (Gesù)
: David Corier
Kontratenor (San Giovanni)
: Kai Wessel
Alt (Maria Cleofe)
: Lena Susanne Norin

Rheinische Kantorei
Das Kleine Konzert
dir. Hermann Max

lunedì 1 settembre 2014

El Canto Espiritual Judeoespañol

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This brilliant testimony of the Jewish-Spanish tradition combines songs of the Sephardic liturgy with poems of mystical spirit and para-liturgical songs.


1 - Abinu malkenu
2 - Yede rasim
3 - Nostalgia y alabanza de Jerusalén
4 - 'Et sa 'aré rasón
5 - Yiró 'enenu
6 - Siete Hijos Tiene Hanna
7 - Hodú l'Adonay
8 - Yasen al teradam
9 - El mélej
10 - Noche de aljad
11 - Ki Eshmera Shabbat
12 - La fragua del estudio
13 - Dodí yarad leganó
14 - La ketubá de la ley

Alia Musica

Zuchetto - La Troba

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This formation is led by Gerard Zuchetto and sings Occitan troubadours ballads from 12th and 13th centuries, the same Medieval songs which gave rise to the first modern literature of Europe. An Alchemy of words and sounds, emotions and accents, of Medieval sobriety and contemporary minimalism into the music, a living art to transport us to the most profound sentiment of Occitan poetry.
Higtly effective instrumentation and a subtil use of voices help to put together a performance which has won the seal of approval of the most stringent international festivals and which also demonstrate a capacity to surprise audiences unfamiliar with this kind of music.



Guilhem de Peiteus
Companho farai un vers pauc convinen
Pos de chantar m'es pres talens

Jaufre Rudel
Lanquan il jorn son lonc en mai
No sap chantar qui so no di
Quan lo rius de la fontana
Quan lo rossinhols e.l folhos

Bei m'es quan son li frug madur
Dirai vos senes doptansa
L'autre ier a l'eissida d'abriu
L'autr'ier jost'una sebissa
Lo vers comensa
Lo vers comens quan vei del fau
Pax in nomine Domini


Rigaut de Berbezilh
Atressi com lo leons
Atressi com l'olifants
Atressi com Persavaus
Tuit demanden qu'es devengud'amors

Berenguier de Palazol
Ab la fresca clardat
Aitai domna com ieu sai
Bona domna cui rics pretz fa valer
De la gensor qu'om vela'l mieu semblan
Domna la genser qu'om veia
Domna sitot temps vivia
Tant m'abelis jois et amors e chants
Totz temoros e doptans


Peire d'Alvernha
Amics Bernatz de Ventadorn
Dejosta'ls breus jorn e'ls loncs sera

Bernart de Ventadorn
Ab joi mouo lo vers e.l comens
Amors e es vejaire
Ara.m conselhatz senhor
Ara non vei luzir solelh
A! tantas bonas chansons
Ben ma'n perdut fai envers Ventadorn
Conortz ara sai eu ben
En consirier et en esmai
Estat ai com om esperdutz


Bernart de Ventadorn
La doussa votz ai auzida
Lanquan folhon bosc e jarric
Lanquan vei la folha
Non es meravelha s'ieu chant
Pos prejatz me senhor
Quan l'erba fresca e'l folha par
Quan par la flors josta.l vert folha
Quan vei la flor l'erba verd'e la folha
Quan vei la lauzeta mover
Tant ai mon cor plen de joia



Raimbaut d'Aurenga
Ar resplan la flors enversa
Pos tals sabers mi sortz e·m creis

Giraut de Bornelh
Leu chansonet' e vil
Non puesc sofrir qu'a la dolor
Reis glorios verais lums e clartats
S'ie us quer conselh bel'amia Alamanda

Guilhem de Sant Leidier
Pos tant mi fors' amors que m'a fach entremetre

Raimon Jordan
Lo clar temps vei brunezir
Vas vos soplei domna primierament

Folquet de Marselha
Amors merce non mueira tan sovent
A quan gen vens et amb quan pauc d'afan
Ben an mort mi e lor
En chantant m'aven a membrar


Folquet de Marselha
Greu fera nuls om falhensa
Ja no·i s cug om qu'ieu camje mas chansos
Mout i fetz grand pechat amors
Per Dieu amors ben sabetz veramen
S'al cor plagues ben fora ueimais razons
Si tot me sui a tard aperceubut
Tant m'abelis l'amoros pensamens
Tant mou de corteza razo
Uns volers otrecujats

Arnaut Daniel
Chanso do·lh mot son plan e prim
Lo ferm voler qu·el cor m'intra

Arnaut de Maruelh
Aissi com cel qu'ama e non es amats
La franca captenensa


Arnaut de Maruelh
La gran beutats e·l fins ensenhamens
L'ensenhamens e·l pretz e la valors
Mout eran doutz mei consir e ses tot marrimen
Si·m destrenhetz domna vos e amors

Jordan Bonel
S'ira d'amor tengues amic gaudent

Bertran de Born
Ai! Lemosins francha terra
Chazuts sui de mal en pena
Ges de disnar no fora ueimais matins
Rassa tant creis e mont'e poia

Gaucelm Faidit
Al semblan de rei Ties
Chan e deport joi domnei e solatz
Fortz chauza es que tot lo major dam
Gent fora contra l'afan


Gaucelm Faidit
Ja mais nuls temps no·m pot ren far amors
Lo gen cors onratz
Lo rossinholet salvatge
Mon cor e mi e mas bonas chansos
No m'alegra chants ni crit
Quoras que·m des benanansa
Si anc nuls oms per aver fin coratge
Sitot m'ai tarzat mon chant
S'om pogues partir son voler
Tant ai sofert longamen grand afan

Vol. III


Beatritz De Dia (end 12th c.)
A chantar m'er de so qu'ieu non volria

Raimbaut de Vaqueiras (1165-1207)
Ara·m requier sa costum e son us
Ara pot om conoisser e proar
Ara quan vei verdeiar
Calenda maia
Eissament ai guerrejat amb amor
Guerras ni plachs no·m son bon
Non m'agrad'iverns ni pascors
Savis e fols umils et orgolhos

Peire Vidal (end 12th c.-early 13th c.)
Anc non mori per amor ni per al
Baron de mon dam convid
Be'm pac d'ivern e d'estiu


Peire Vidal (end 12th c.-early 13th c.)
Ges pel temps fer e brau
Neus e gels ni plueja ni fanh
Nuls om no·s pot d'amor gandir
Plus que'l paubres que jatz e·l ric ostal
Pos tornatz sui en Proensa
Pos vezem que l'ivern s'irais
Quand om es en autrui poder
Quand om onrats torn'en grand paubreria
S'eu fos en cort ont om tengues drechura
Tard mi veiran mei amic en Tolzan

Guilhem Magret (active 1195-1210)
Aiga pueja contra mon
Enaissi'm pren com fai al pescador


Peire Raimon de Toulouse (active 1180-1220)
Atressi com la candela
Pensamen ai e consir

Perdigon (1190-1212)
Los mals d'amor ai ieu ben tots apres
Tot l'an mi ten amors de tal faisso
Trop ai estat mon Bon Esper non vi

Aimeric de Péguilhan (ca 1175- ca 1230)
Atressi'm pren com fai al jogador
Cel que s'irais ni guerreja amb amor
En amor trob alques en que·m refranh
En greu pantais m'a tengut longamen
Per solatz d'autrui chant soven
Qui la vi en ditz


Raimon de Miraval (ca 1165-1229)
Aissi com es genser pascors
A penas sai don m'aprenh
Ar'ab la forsa del freis
Ara m'agra ops que m'aizis
Bel m'es qu'ieu chant e coindei
Ben aja·l cortes esciens
Ben aja'l messatgier
Be m'agrada bel temps d'estiu
Cel cui joi tanh ni chantar sap
Cel que no vol auzir chansos
Chansoneta farai vencut


Raimon de Miraval (ca 1165-1229)
Chans quan non es qui l'entenda
Contr'amor vau durs et embroncs
D'amor es totz mos cossiriers
Entre dos volers sui pensiu
Longtemps ai agut cossiriers
Res contr'amor non es guirents
Si'm fos de mon chantar parven
Sitot s'es ma domna esquiva
Tals vai mon chant enquerren
Tot quan fas de ben ni dic
Un sonet m'es bel qu'espanda



Gui d'Ussel (v.1170-av.1225)
Ben feira chansos plus sovent
En tanta guiza m mena amors
Ges de chantar no m falh cors ni razons
Si be m partetz mala domna de vos

Monge de Montaudon (actif 1193–1210)
Ara pot ma domna saber
Fort m'enoia so auzetz dire

Guilhem Ademar (actif 1190/1195–1217)
Lanquan vei florir l'espiga

Peirol (v.1160-v.1222)
Atressi co'l signes fai
Ben dei chantar pos amors m'o ensenha
Camjat ai mos consirier
D'eissa la razo qu'ieu suelh
Del sieu tort farai esmenda…


Peirol (v.1160-v.1222)
D'un bon vers vau pensant com lo fezes
D'un sonet vau pensant
En joi que m demora
Maintas gens me mal razona
M'entencion ai tota en un vers meza
Mout m'entremis de chantar volontiers
Nuls om non s'auci tan gent
Per dam que d'amor mi venha
Quand amors trobet partit
Quoras que m fezes doler
Si be m sui luenh et entre gent estranha
Tot mon engenh e mon saber


Uc Brunenc (actif 1190–1220)
Coindas razos novelas e plazents

Albertet de Sisteron (1194-1221)
A me non fai chantar folhe ni flors
En mon cor ai tal amor encobida
Mos coratges s'es cambiat

Pistoleta (actif 1185–1228)
Ar agues ieu mil marcs de fin argent

Guillem Augier Novella
Ses alegratge

Falquet de Romans (actif 1215–1233)
Far vuelh un nou sirventès

Cadenet (début 13e s.)
Non sai qual conselh mi prenda
S'anc fui bela ni prezada

Pons de Capduelh (actif 1190–1237)
Leials amics cui amors ten joios
Mielhs qu'om non pot dir ni pensar
S'ieu fis ni dis nula sazon
Uns gais conortz me fai gaiamen far


Blacasset (actif 1233–1242)
Ben volgra que venques merces

Aimeric de Belenoi (1216-1242)
Nuls en res non falh

Pons d'Ortafà (v. 1170–1246)
Si ai perdut mon saber

Ug de Saint Circ (1213-1257)
Anc enemics qu'ieu agues
Nuls om non sap d'amic tro l'a perdut
Tres enemics e dos mals senhors ai

Peire Cardenal (1180-1278)
Ar me posc ieu lauzar d'amor
Rics om que greu ditz vertat e leu ment
Un sirventes novel vuelh comensar

Daude de Pradas (actif 1214–1282)
Bela m'es la votz autana

Troubadours Art Ensemble*
dir. Gérard Zuchetto

* among the others: Sandra Hurtado-Ròs, Esther Lamandier, Maurice Moncozet, Martina de Peira, Equidad Barès, Isabelle Bonnadier, Étienne Gaucher...

domenica 31 agosto 2014

G.P.Telemann - Complete Ouvertures, Vol.3

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Overture for 2 Trumpets, Strings and BC in D major, TV55 D17
Overture for Strings and BC in A major, TV55 A2
Overture for Recorder, Strings and BC in A minor, TV55 a2
Overture for Strings and BC in E minor, TV55 e8 "L'Omphale"


Overture for 2 Horns, Strings and BC in F major, TV55 F16
"pour S.A.S. Monseigneur Le Landgrave de Darmstadt
Overture for Strings and BC in G minor, TV55 g2 "La Changeante"
Overture for Violin Solo, 2 Oboes, Strings and BC in G major, TV55 G7
Overture for Strings and BC in D major, TV55 D13 "La Gaillarde"

Collegium Instrumentale Brugense
dir. Patrick Peire

L'Orchestre de Louis XIII (1601-1643)

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There are five major works, each charts the progress of the monarch from his time as prince, to his wedding and the final years of greatness when he was to hand the throne to a monarch even greater than him.
The "Musique de l'enfance du Dauphin" is particularly striking for its pompous opening with timpani and brass, one of the more splendid pieces composed by Philidor. The delightful Muzette that follows the first two pieces also includes the classic hurdy-gurdy most ably played here. Without doubt however, grandeur and chivalry are most perennially espoused in the Music for the Marriage of the King which is awash with delightful dance like movements of astonishing melodic invention. Once again, the opening fanfares are imposing and succinctly clear whilst the string and wind music is almost dreamily played to add to the sense of grandeur and occasion.
Savall's ensemble are well schooled in this sort of magnificent music that is distinctly similar to other issues in the series dedicated to kings. The grand 24-violin consort then follows and this is another spectacular example of the wealth of music permeating the Royal Palaces in France at that time. Finally we have the most mournful and intricate music in the shape of "Les Musiques Royales", the grandeur of one reign ending and another beginning as the music here slips over to Louis XIV's reign.


Recueil de plusieurs airs par Philidor L'Aisné

Guillaume Dumanoir et al. (attrib.)
Musiques de l'enfance du Dauphin

Musiques pour le Sacre du Roy le 17 octobre 1610

Musiques pour le Mariage du Roy Louis XIII faites en 1615

Concert donné a Louis XIII en 1627
par les 24 Viollons et les 14 grands hautbois

Les Musiques Royales de 1634 à 1650

Le Concert des Nations
dir. Jordi Savall

G.F.Handel - Amore X Amore

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Cantata “Ho fuggito” HWV 118
Cantata “Lungi da me, pensier tiranno” HWV 125b
Violin Sonata in d minor HWV 359a
Cantata “Nel doce tempo” HWV 135b
Harpsichord Suite n°7 in g minor HWV 432 - Passacaille
Cantata “Clori, degli occhi miei” HWV 91a
Cantata “Dolc'è pur d'amor l'affanno” HWV 109a

Xavier Sabata, countertenor

Forma Antiqua
Aaron Zapico, harpsichord, musical director
Pablo Zapico, archlute & guitar
Daniel Zapico, theorbo & tiorbino
Enrike Solinis, guitar, theorbo & archlute
Rami Alqhai, viola da gamba