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KIRKBY, Emma: Musique and Sweet Poetrie - Jewels from Europe around 1600

KIRKBY, Emma: Musique and Sweet Poetrie - Jewels from Europe around 1600

The Classical Shop
release date: May 2011

Recorded in 24 Bit / 44.1Khz
album available as a Studio Master
Originally recorded in 2007

Artists:

Jakob Lindberg

Soloist

Record Label
BIS

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Total Time - 77:39
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KIRKBY, Emma: Musique and Sweet Poetrie - Jewels from Europe around 1600

     
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ROBERT JOHNSON

1 

Alman

1:18
     
2 

Full fathom five

1:49
     
 

THOMAS MORLEY

3 

Thirsis and Milla

3:02
     
4 

Come, sorrow, come

7:03
     
 

GREGORIO HUET

5 

Fantasia

4:19
     
 

JOHN DOWLAND

6 

Book of Songs, Book 2: Shall I sue, shall I seek for grace?

2:46
     
7 

Book of Songs, Book 1: Go, crystal tears

3:01
     
 

GIOVANNI GIROLAMO KAPSBERGER

8 

Toccata

3:09
     
 

GEORG SCHIMMELPFENNIG

9 

Dolce tempo passato

5:02
     
 

HEINRICH SCHUTZ

10 

Erbarm dich mein, O Herre Gott, SWV 447

3:04
     
 

MICHELANGELO GALILEI

11 

Toccata

1:46
     
12 

Corrente

1:19
     
13 

Volta

1:19
     
 

SIGISMONDO D`INDIA

14 

Quella vermiglia rosa

2:04
     
15 

Da l'onde del mio pianto

3:20
     
 

ROBERT BALLARD 1552

16 

Entree de Luths

2:05
     
 

PIERRE GUEDRON

17 

Cesses mortels de soupirer (Mortals, cease your sighing)

7:49
     
 

JEAN-BAPTISTE BOESSET

18 

Que Philis a l'esprit leger

1:37
     
 

ETIENNE MOULINIE

19 

Paisible et tenebreuse nuit

2:52
     
 

ROBERT BALLARD 1552

20 

Branles de village

3:09
     
 

WOJCIECH DLUGORAJ

21 

Fantasia

1:57
     
 

JOHN DOWLAND

22 

Book of Songs, Book 4, "A Pilgrimes Solace"

3:02
     
 

JOHN DANYEL

23 

He whose desires are still abroad

2:21
     
24 

Dost thou withdraw thy grace?

1:33
     
25 

Why canst thou not, as others do?

1:40
     
 

ROBERT JOHNSON

26 

Pavan

5:13
     
 Jakob Lindberg Soloist


A unique lute, built by Sixtus Rauwolf in Augsburg around 1590, was the starting point for this very special recital, which incorporates lute songs and solos by composers from different parts of Europe around 1600. Presenting a wealth of forms and national styles - from French airs de cour to Elizabethan pavans and examples of early Italian monody - the disc is a fascinating survey of the musical life of the time. But in the hands of these interpreters it becomes much more than that: Emma Kirkby and Jakob Lindberg, playing his historic lute, bring this music to life with incomparable immediacy. It is as if we were present when Shakespeare first heard Robert Johnson’s setting of his ’Full fathom five’, Ariel’s song from The Tempest, or when Georg Schimmelpfennig, court composer to Landgrave Moritz in Kassel, showed the daughter of his employer the florid solo madrigal ’Dolce tempo passato’, set to her own poem.

Some of the names represented on this album are familiar to all: John Dowland, with three songs, and Heinrich Schütz, with one of his Kleine geistliche Konzerte, a setting of Psalm 70. Others, like Schimmelpfennig or the Antwerp-born lutenist Gregory Huwet, are far less known to the general public. But all of them created musical jewels, which Emma Kirkby and Jakob Lindberg - collaborators of long standing - have gathered together into a glittering diadem encircling a large part of Europe at the dawn of the 17th century.

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