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CAPIROLA, V.: Lute Music (Cherici)

CAPIROLA, V.: Lute Music (Cherici)

The Classical Shop
release date: August 2014

Originally recorded in 2014

Artists:

Paolo Cherici

Soloist

Record Label
Tactus

Genre:

Instrumental


Classical

Total Time - 66:59
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VINCENZO CAPIROLA

1 

Tientalora, Balletto da ballare

03:03
     
2 

Canto bello

03:29
     
3 

Padoana belissima

04:00
     
 

HAYNE VAN GHIZEGHEN

4 

De to biends plaene

02:29
     
 

VINCENZO CAPIROLA

5 

Recercar V

03:35
     
6 

Non ti spiaqua l'ascoltar

02:51
     
7 

Recercar XIII

02:42
     
 

BARTOLOMEO TROMBONCINO

8 

Stavasi Amor dormendo

01:55
     
 

VINCENZO CAPIROLA

9 

O mia cieca e dura sorte

03:09
     
10 

Recercar XI ala spagnola - Spagna seconda - Recercare XI ala spagnola

05:00
     
11 

Padoana descordata

03:29
     
12 

Recercar XII

04:47
     
 

ANTOINE DE FEVIN

13 

Sancta Trinitas

03:31
     
 

VINCENZO CAPIROLA

14 

Recercar IV

02:55
     
15 

Recercar I

02:46
     
16 

Gentil princep

02:24
     
17 

Recercar VIII

01:29
     
18 

La villanella

02:35
     
19 

Recercar VI

03:39
     
 

JOSQUIN DES PREZ

20 

Et in terra pax

03:05
     
 

VINCENZO CAPIROLA

21 

Recercar X

00:43
     
 

JOSQUIN DES PREZ

22 

Qui tolis pechata mondi

03:23
     
 Paolo Cherici Soloist


Lute Works, 1517

This album is dedicated to Vincenzo Capirola (1474 - ca. 1550). It is intended both as a tribute and as a testimony: a tribute to one of the most important composers of the Italian early sixteeth century instrumental music; a testimony to the transformations that the music language brings to completion in one of the most extraordinary and rich periods in history of music. Actually, in the very first decades of the century composers begin to write and publish specific instrumental pieces. As a consequence, instrumental music starts to emerge from the shadows of the medieval period. This new attention to instruments (such as organ, viola, harpsichord and particularly lute) produces a creative flurry of new forms and languages which will characterize all the following instrumental music. Vincenzo Capirola plays a leading role in this flourishing phase of instrumental repertoire thanks to his manuscript dating back to 1517 containing dances, ricercars and transcriptions of vocal pieces of contemporary polyphonists. His writing has a strong originality, especially in his ricercars which have an amazing breadth of composition in the alternation of conflicting moments (such as fast virtuoso scales and slow calm chord successions). Besides, his manuscript is richly decorated giving an additional value from an aesthetic point of view. Thus, in these pages we find a marriage of painting and music according to the Renaissance conception which cultivates and pursues the unity of arts.

                          ****     Excellent

Claudio Bolzan - Musica magazine (Italy) - September 2014




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