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MACQUE, G.: Capriccio sopra re, fa, mi, sol / Seconde Stravaganze / TREMATERRA, R.: Partite sopra Zefiro (Canzon del principe)

MACQUE, G.: Capriccio sopra re, fa, mi, sol / Seconde Stravaganze / TREMATERRA, R.: Partite sopra Zefiro (Canzon del principe)

The Classical Shop
release date: February 2013

Originally recorded in 2001

Artists:

Evelyn Tubb

Soloist

Andrea Marcon

Soloist

Marie Nishiyama

Soloist

Randall Cook

Soloist

Irene Klein

Soloist

Paolo Pandolfo

Soloist

Jessica Marshall

Soloist

Johannes Strobl

Soloist

Brigitte Gasser

Soloist

Venue:

Concert Hall of the Musik-Akademie, Basel, Switzerland



Record Label
Divox

Genre:

Chamber


Classical

Total Time - 75:47
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MACQUE, G.: Capriccio sopra re, fa, mi, sol / Seconde Stravaganze / TREMATERRA, R.: Partite sopra Zefiro (Canzon del principe)

     
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GIOVANNI DE MACQUE

1 

3 Capriccios

4:56
 Andrea Marcon Soloist
     
2 

Seconda stravaganze (version for 4 viols)

1:54
 Jessica Marshall Soloist
     
 

RINALDO TREMATERRA

3 

Partite sopra Zefiro

3:14
 Brigitte Gasser Soloist
     
 

GIOVANNI MARIA TRABACI

4 

Prima Gagliarda

1:30
 Brigitte Gasser Soloist
     
 

ORLANDO DI LASSO

5 

Susanne un jour

2:53
 Irene Klein Soloist
     
 

ORAZIO BASSANI

6 

Susanna passagiato per la viola bastarda

6:35
 Paolo Pandolfo Soloist
     
 

HIPPOLITO TARTAGLINO

7 

Canzon sopra Susanna

3:50
 Irene Klein Soloist
     
 

CARLO GESUALDO

 

Canzon francese

 
8 Canzon francese 2:34
 Irene Klein Soloist
     
9 Canzon francese 4:32
 Andrea Marcon Soloist
     
 

10 

O del bel oriente

4:37
 Marie Nishiyama Soloist
     
 

SCIPIONE STELLA

11 

Prima Canzon

3:08
 Randall Cook Soloist
     
 

GIOVANNI DE MACQUE

12 

Prima Gagliarda

0:55
 Jessica Marshall Soloist
     
 

FRANCESCO LAMBARDI

13 

Gagliarda

0:49
 Irene Klein Soloist
     
 

FABRITIO FILLIMARINO

14 

Canzon Cromatica

3:12
 Randall Cook Soloist
     
 

JACOPO PERI

15 

Tu dormi e 'l dolce sonno

7:11
 Johannes Strobl Soloist
     
 

GIOVANNI DE MACQUE

16 

Canzon chiamate le sue sorella

5:45
 Marie Nishiyama Soloist
     
 

GIACHES DE WERT

17 

Madrigals, Book 1

3:21
 Evelyn Tubb Soloist
     
 

ORAZIO BASSANI

18 

Cara la vita mia (per la viola bastarda)

7:06
 Johannes Strobl Soloist
     
 

FRANCESCO LAMBARDI

19 

Partite sopra Fidele

3:46
 Randall Cook Soloist
     
20 

Toccata (version for organ)

3:59
 Andrea Marcon Soloist


With its new release, DIVOX is proud to present a co-production made with artists of the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis (SCB) under the artistic direction of the famous musician and connaisseur of Ancient Music, Anthony Rooley. Together with the singer Evelyn Tubb, Andrea Marcon, Paolo Pandolfo and an exceptional consort of viols players, The Earle his Viols, Anthony Rooley has been able to make a personal dream come true: The recording of the essential œuvres of the extraordinary manuscript in the British Library, catalogued as MS Add. 30491 that he had discovered in 1973.
 
The manuscript was compiled by Luigi Rossi (1597/98-1653), presumably in the years around 1615 in Naples. He later took his copybook with him to Rome, where he copied additional pieces into it. According to a rhymed and enciphered note on the first page, it was initially intended as a collection of “canzone francesi”, ie contrapuntal instrumental music, by Giovanni de Macque (1548/50-1614), who since 1585 was the most influential musician in Naples (Libro di canzone francese del Signor Giovanni Demaqque / Che fù maestro di Luigi Rossi sfortunato / E sfortunato fù da quando naqque / Poiche 14 anni in corte è stato / Nepur un mezzo grosso mai ha alquistato - "Book of canzone francese by Signor Giovanni de Macque, who was the teacher of the unfor-tunate Luigi Rossi, who was unhappy since his birth and spent fourteen years at court without earning even a penny"). The majority of the pieces in the manuscript are in fact by de Macque, but the plan to compile an exclusive collection must have been quickly dropped in order to include other, above all Neapolitan composers. Rossi, in the meantime famous in his own right as a composer, ultimately copied monodies, for example by Claudio Monteverdi (1567-1643) and Jacopo Peri (1651-1633), and breath-takingly virtuoso diminutions for viola bastarda into the book. Thus, Rossi’s manuscript allows an exceptional glance into the instrumental music of Naples at the begining of the seventeenth century. Simultaneously, it reflects the special interest of a musician in the artistry of his teacher and colleagues. Together with the above mentioned composers, this album contents also works by Rinaldo Trematerra (+1603), Giovanni Maria Trabacci (c1575-1647), Orlando di Lasso (1530/32-1594), Orazio Bassani (c1550-1615), Ippolito (around 1600), Carlo Gesualdo (c1561-1613), Scipione Stella (1558/9-1622), Francesco Lambardo (around 1600), Fabritio Filimarino (around 1600) and Giaches de Wert (1535-1596).
 
This recording has already been awarded with a CHOC DU MONDE DE LA MUSIQUE (11/2001) and included in the «Reader’s Choice» of the 24 best CDs of 2001.
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