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Au joly bois

Au joly bois

The Classical Shop
release date: June 2014

Recorded in 24 Bit / 96Khz
album available as a Studio Master

Artists:

Nigel North

Performer

Kate Clark

Performer

Freek Borstlap

Performer

Record Label
Ramée

Genre:

Baroque




Total Time - 64:32
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CLAUDIN DE SERMISY

1 

Au joly bois

3:20
 Kate Clark Performer
 Nigel North Performer
     
 

JACQUES ARCADELT

2 

O felichi occhi miei

2:15
 Kate Clark Performer
 Nigel North Performer
     
 

FRANCESCO DA MILANO

3 

3 Fantasias

1:53
 Nigel North Performer
     
 

CLAUDIN DE SERMISY

4 

Tant que vivray

2:11
 Kate Clark Performer
 Nigel North Performer
     
 

TIELMAN SUSATO

5 

Les miens aussi

4:43
 Kate Clark Performer
 Nigel North Performer
     
 

FRANCESCO DA MILANO

6 

Ricercare

1:29
 Nigel North Performer
     
 

GIOVANNI PIERLUIGI DA PALESTRINA

7 

Pulchra es amica mea

5:22
 Kate Clark Performer
 Nigel North Performer
     
 

PHILIP VAN WILDER

8 

Dump

4:29
 Nigel North Performer
     
 

GIOVANNI BASSANO

9 

Ricercata terza

2:28
 Kate Clark Performer
     
 

GIULIO CACCINI

10 

Sfogava con le stelle

2:31
 Kate Clark Performer
 Nigel North Performer
     
 

GIROLAMO FRESCOBALDI

11 

Canzona quarta per soprano e basso

2:48
 Kate Clark Performer
 Nigel North Performer
     
 

JOACHIM THIBAUT DE COURVILLE

12 

Si je languis d'un martire incogneu

2:17
 Kate Clark Performer
 Nigel North Performer
     
 

PIERRE GUÉDRON

13 

Si jamais mon ame blessée

1:30
 Kate Clark Performer
 Nigel North Performer
     
 

CONSTANTIJN HUYGENS

14 

Que ferons-nous

3:07
 Kate Clark Performer
 Nigel North Performer
     
 

ROBERT DE VISÉE

15 

Prélude

1:04
 Nigel North Performer
     
 

JACQUES-MARTIN HOTTETERRE

16 

Rochers, je ne veux point

2:47
 Kate Clark Performer
 Nigel North Performer
     
 

ROBERT DE VISÉE

17 

Entrée des Espagnols de Mr. de Lully

1:56
 Nigel North Performer
     
 

JACQUES-MARTIN HOTTETERRE

18 

L'autre jour ma Cloris

2:27
 Kate Clark Performer
 Nigel North Performer
     
 

ROBERT DE VISÉE

19 

Logistille de Mr. de Lully

1:35
 Nigel North Performer
     
 

JACQUES-MARTIN HOTTETERRE

20 

Vous qui faites votre modelle

1:44
 Kate Clark Performer
 Nigel North Performer
 Freek Borstlap Performer
     
21 

Première suite: Prélude

3:22
 Kate Clark Performer
 Nigel North Performer
 Freek Borstlap Performer
     
22 

Première suite: Allemande "La Royalle"

2:40
 Kate Clark Performer
 Nigel North Performer
 Freek Borstlap Performer
     
23 

Première suite: Rondeau "Le Duc d'Orleans"

2:19
 Kate Clark Performer
 Nigel North Performer
 Freek Borstlap Performer
     
24 

Première suite: Sarabande "La d'Armagnac"

2:45
 Kate Clark Performer
 Nigel North Performer
 Freek Borstlap Performer
     
25 

Première suite: Gigue "La Folichon"

1:30
 Kate Clark Performer
 Nigel North Performer
 Freek Borstlap Performer
     


In an age when thousands of recordings testify to the glorious history of the flute as a solo, chamber and orchestral instrument, and even as a marvelous vehicle for jazz, it is difficult to imagine that the flute did not always have a distinct identity and a dedicated repertoire. In fact, there was no such thing as a ‘flute repertoire’ until the early 18th century. Before this the flute was simply one of the ‘instruments bas’ or ‘soft instruments’ considered suitable mostly for indoor music of all kinds. In fact, vocal polyphony comprised by far the greatest part of what was played by instrumentalists, for to imitate the human voice – the only instrument made by God – was their humble task. Instrumental music remained in the shadow of vocal music for a long time to come. One particular development stands out as a feature of 16th century musical practice that seems to point towards the role that instruments would come to have in the future: this was the practice of improvising virtuosic embellishments known as ‘diminutions’ or ‘divisions’ upon a single melody line taken from a polyphonic vocal piece while the remaining parts were played on a lute. The perfect balance between equal parts is lost, but the immense power of a beautifully crafted melody is highlighted. The lute supports the whole with a harmony that is full of life and rhythmic intricacy.

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