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HOLBORNE, A.: Fruit of Love (The) (L'Acheron)

HOLBORNE, A.: Fruit of Love (The) (L'Acheron)

The Classical Shop
release date: April 2014

Recorded in 24 Bit / 88.2Khz
album available as a Studio Master
Originally recorded in 2014

Artists:

L'Acheron

Ensemble

L'Acheron

Chamber

Venue:

Notre-Dame de Centeilles

Venue

Record Label
Ricercar

Genre:

Chamber


Classical

Total Time - 69:09
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Pavans, Galliards, Almains and Other Short Aeirs both Grave, and Light

 
1 Th e Fruit of Love 01:50
2 Galliard 02:05
3 Bona Speranza 04:31
4 Galliard 02:10
5 The Night Watch 01:47
6 Last Will and Testament 04:19
7 Hermoza 04:39
8 Muy Linda 02:10
9 Infernum 03:55
10 Galliard 01:47
11 Pavana Ploravit 05:55
12 Ecce quam bonum 02:36
13 The Choise 01:08
14 The Teares of the Muses 03:33
15 The Funeralls 05:30
16 Almaine 01:59
17 Pavan 02:23
18 Galliard 02:26
19 Paradizo 04:38
20 The Honey-Suckle 01:26
21 The Fairie-Round 02:47
22 The Image of Melancholly 05:35
     
  L'Acheron Ensemble


Anthony Holborne published an important collection of works in five parts for viola da gamba and other instruments in 1599; this was the first publication of instrumental dances in England. A skilled lute player himself, he was also known for his mastery of the bandora and the cittern. The dances are mostly pavanes, galliards and allemandes, although they are all linked by titles that either suggest a particular musical character or that are deliberately more enigmatic…

After the recording of Johannes Schenk’s Le Nymphe di Rheno with Wieland Kuijken, we now present the first recording of François Joubert-Caillet with his Achéron ensemble. The ensemble’s viol players have here made a point of using copies of English violas da gamba from the beginning of the 17th century, for the extra length of the strings on these instruments gives them a truly remarkable depth and weight of sound. A few of these viols were made especially for this project. Accompanied by lutes, cittern, pandora, virginal and ottavino (a small spinet sounding an octave higher than notated), this highly individual consort of viols gives a new and exceptional timbre to the works here recorded.

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