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NI 5887

Girolamo Frescobaldi - Volume 5

The Classical Shop
release date: February 2013

Originally recorded in 2012

Artists:

Richard Lester

- (organ & harpsichord)

Polly Armitage

- (Renaissance Flute)

Elizabeth Lester

- (Renaissance Recorder)

Londa Ntotila

- (soprano)

Schola Gregoriana del Dumom di Bergamo



Record Label
Nimbus

Genre:

Organ


Vocal & Song

Total Time - 77:11
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GIROLAMO FRESCOBALDI

   
1 

Toccata per spinettina e violino

4:04
  recorder/harpsichord  
2 

Canzona III (La Bernardinia)

3:13
  recorder/harpsichord  
  with Judith Dolosso, Baroque Cello  
3 

Canzona I

3:03
  recorder/organ  
 

Six Corrente

 
4 I 1:03
5 II 1:20
6 III 1:29
7 IV 1:09
8 V 1:15
9 VI 1:18
  harpsichord  
10 

Canzona V (la Donatina)

3:35
  flute/harpsichord  
11 

Canzona II (la Bonuisa)

4:18
  flute/harpsichord  
12 

Aria, 'Se l'aura spira'

1:41
  soprano/harpsichord  
13 

Aria, 'O moi cor'

3:48
  soprano/harpsichord  
14 

Capriccio sopra Bataglia

3:21
  harpsichord  
15 

Capriccio sopra Pastorale

3:51
  organ  
16 

Bells of Alemno San Salvatore

0:55
  With the Schola Gregoriana del Dumom di Bergamo  
17 

Magnificat: Secundi Toni

5:45
18 

Hinno: della Apsotoli

4:38
19 

Magnificat: Sesti Toni

6:03
20 

Hinno : Ave Maria Stella

5:54
21 

Magnificat : Prima Toni

6:43
22 

Hinno : Iste Confessor

5:06
23 

Hinno : della Domenica

3:39
   
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"Part of the attractiveness of these discs stems from Lester’s study of and employment of contemporary fingering techniques and of period ornamentation. Much of the music looks like the work of a dull dog as it stands on the printed page but not when you hear it played. The letter killeth but the spirit which Lester imparts giveth life." 
 
Brian Wilson - MusicWeb-International.com
 

 "...Thoroughly recommended."

Mark Sealey - ClassicalNet.com - April 2013




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