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Renaissance Music - CARA, M. / OBRECHT, J. / BOSSINENSIS, F. / BROCCO, N. / ISAAC, H. / COMPERE, L. (Frottole) (The Modena Consort)

Renaissance Music - CARA, M. / OBRECHT, J. / BOSSINENSIS, F. / BROCCO, N. / ISAAC, H. / COMPERE, L. (Frottole) (The Modena Consort)

The Classical Shop
release date: October 2012

Originally recorded in 2011

Artists:

Modena Consort, The

Ensemble

Ulrike Hofbauer

Soloist

Hiram Santos

Soloist

Rene Genis

Soloist

Modena Consort, The



Record Label
Pan Classics

Genre:

Chamber


Classical

Total Time - 65:52
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Renaissance Music - CARA, M. / OBRECHT, J. / BOSSINENSIS, F. / BROCCO, N. / ISAAC, H. / COMPERE, L. (Frottole) (The Modena Consort)

     
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MARCHETTO CARA

1 

Io non compro piu speranza

2:42
 Hiram Santos Soloist
     
 

JACOB OBRECHT

2 

La tortorella e semplice uccelletto (arr. for chamber ensemble)

1:46
  Modena Consort, The Ensemble
     
 

NICOLO BROCCO

3 

Recercar XII - Se mia trista e dura sorte

5:04
 Ulrike Hofbauer Soloist
     
 

4 

Surge

2:00
  Modena Consort, The Ensemble
     
 

FRANCISCUS BOSSINENSIS

5 

Recarcar VIII - Ochi mei, lassi

3:35
 Ulrike Hofbauer Soloist
     
 

LOYSET COMPERE

6 

Alons fere nos barbes (arr. for chamber ensemble)

1:05
  Modena Consort, The Ensemble
     
 

JACOB OBRECHT

7 

Rompeltier a 4

1:26
 Ulrike Hofbauer Soloist
     
 

HEINRICH ISAAC

8 

Recerchar di Benedictus - Benedictus

4:13
 Rene Genis Soloist
     
 

ANTOINE BRUMEL

9 

Noe, noe, noe (arr. for chamber ensemble)

1:31
  Modena Consort, The Ensemble
     
 

10 

La tromba sona

3:42
 Ulrike Hofbauer Soloist
     
11 

Tente alora

2:04
 Hiram Santos Soloist
     
 

FRANCISCUS BOSSINENSIS

12 

Recercar

1:21
 Rene Genis Soloist
     
 

BARTOLOMEO TROMBONCINO

13 

Dolci ire, dolci sdegni

2:18
 Ulrike Hofbauer Soloist
     
 

JUAN DE URREDE

14 

Nunca fue pena mayor (arr. for chamber ensemble)

6:28
  Modena Consort, The Ensemble
     
 

BARTOLOMEO TROMBONCINO

15 

Stavasi Amor dormendo (arr. for chamber ensemble)

2:24
 Rene Genis Soloist
     
 

MARCHETTO CARA

16 

Per dolor mi bagno il viso

9:11
 Ulrike Hofbauer Soloist
     
 

JOSQUIN DES PREZ

17 

Una musca

2:09
  Modena Consort, The Ensemble
     
 

BARTOLOMEO TROMBONCINO

18 

Vale diva, vale in pace

4:34
 Ulrike Hofbauer Soloist
     
 

HEINRICH ISAAC

19 

Benedictus

2:52
  Modena Consort, The Ensemble
     
 

JOHANNES HESDIMOIS

20 

Tucto il mundo e fantasia

2:37
 Ulrike Hofbauer Soloist
     
 

BARTOLOMEO TROMBONCINO

21 

Su, su, leva, alza le ciglia

2:50
 Hiram Santos Soloist


 The frottola was the predominant Italian secular song of the late 15th and early 16th-centuries and the most important and widespread predecessor of the madrigal. The simplicity of the melodic line, usually entrusted to a soprano part and the relatively few contrapuntal lines of the other parts made this repertory for solo voices and lute a popular pastime. Due to improvements in the printing process, more than two dozen books of frottole appeared in print between 1504 and 1531, courtesy of Petrucci and his contemporaries, which contributed to this diffusion and influence. This recording showcases a variety of composers and poets, moods and instrumental combinations. In addition to frottole, we hear instrumental music and dances interspersed. The Modena Consort is one of the few ensembles to perform Renaissance polyphony on contemporary transverse flutes. The group was founded in 1998 in The Hague, and consists of soprano Ulrike Hofbauer, a four-part flute consort and a lute player. The consort has performed in various venues and festivals in Holland, Belgium, France and Switzerland. Hofbauer has been a frequent collaborator with L’arpeggiata & Cristina Pluhar.


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