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Lute Recital: Cherici, Paolo - SPINACINO, F. / DALZA, J.A. (Lute Music)

Lute Recital: Cherici, Paolo - SPINACINO, F. / DALZA, J.A. (Lute Music)

The Classical Shop
release date: October 2012

Originally recorded in 2012

Artists:

Paolo Cherici

Soloist

Record Label
Pan Classics

Genre:

Instrumental


Classical

Total Time - 71:22
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Lute Recital: Cherici, Paolo - SPINACINO, F. / DALZA, J.A. (Lute Music)

     
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JOAN AMBROSIO DALZA

 

Intabolatura de lauto, Book 4

 
1 Calata ala spagnola 2:50
     
2 Ricercar 0:36
     
3 Patientia ognun me dice 3:04
     
4 Calata ala spagnola ditto terzetti 1:51
     
5 Tastar de corde col suo Ricercar dietro 2:24
     
 

FRANCESCO SPINACINO

6 

Intabulatura de lauto, Book 2

1:43
     
 

JOAN AMBROSIO DALZA

7 

Intabolatura de lauto, Book 4

1:08
     
 

FRANCESCO SPINACINO

8 

Intabulatura de lauto, Book 1

2:43
     
 

JOAN AMBROSIO DALZA

9 Pavana alla venetiana - Saltarello e Piva 4:03
     
10 Tastar de corde 0:48
     
 

FRANCESCO SPINACINO

 

Intabulatura de lauto, Book 1

 
11 Jay pris amours 2:23
     
12 Ricercare 0:59
     
13 La Bernardina de Josquin 1:14
     
 

JOAN AMBROSIO DALZA

 

Intabolatura de lauto, Book 4

 
14 Laudato Dio 1:20
     
15 Caldibi castigliano 1:23
     
16 Tastar de corde col suo Ricercar dietro 1:24
     
 

FRANCESCO SPINACINO

17 

Intabulatura de lauto, Book 1

2:26
     
18 

Intabulatura de lauto, Book 2

2:41
     
 

JOAN AMBROSIO DALZA

19 Calata dito zigonze 1:56
     
20 Poi che volse la mia stella 1:51
     
21 Ricercar 0:31
     
 

FRANCESCO SPINACINO

22 

Intabulatura de lauto, Book 1

2:44
     
 

JOAN AMBROSIO DALZA

23 

Intabolatura de lauto, Book 4

2:34
     
 

FRANCESCO SPINACINO

 

Intabulatura de lauto, Book 1

 
24 Bassadans 3:18
     
25 Ricercare 1:39
     
26 Ricercare 1:40
     
27 

Intabulatura de lauto, Book 2

2:01
     
 

JOAN AMBROSIO DALZA

28 

Intabolatura de lauto, Book 4

1:16
     
 

FRANCESCO SPINACINO

29 Ricercare 2:19
     
30 Ricercare 1:39
     
31 

Intabulatura de lauto, Book 2

1:18
     
 

JOAN AMBROSIO DALZA

 

Intabolatura de lauto, Book 4

 
32 Poi che il ciel contrario adverso 2:53
     
33 Tastar de corde col suo Ricercar dietro 2:45
     
34 Pavana alla ferrarese, Saltarello e Piva, Ricercar detto coda 5:58
     
 Paolo Cherici Soloist


Little is known of Francesco Spinacino and Joan Ambrosio Dalza, the authors of Ottaviano Petrucci’s tablatures which appeared in 1507 and 1508 in Venice.

From an instrumental point of view, Petrucci’s collections demonstrate complete mastery of the technical resources of the lute, presenting many virtuoso pieces. They each contain musical material that is different in concept and compositional style. Spinacino favours the vocal production of the Franco-flemish School: Josquin, Brumel, Ockeghem, Ghiselin...transcribing for lute both chansons and sacred motets. There are also 27 ricercare which are probably meant to be related to the vocal pieces and which could be used as preludes, interludes or postludes.

Dalza, on the other hand, addresses himself to the dance world, inserting mostly dances based in folk traditions. Laid out in rhythmically contrasting movements (pavana, saltarello and piva), such dances make up real suites.

Through the works of Spinacino and Dalza, all the different kinds of pieces in fashion at that time are represented in these two volumes which follow two radically different paths. The one illustrates the world of courtly music monopolised by northern European composers who were, however, employed at the Italian courts. The other gives voice to music with moods inspired by both courtly and folk traditions, intent on finding an opening within the Flemish tradition through which Italian music can once more come to the forefront.

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