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Chamber Music - SANZ, G. / FALCONIERI, A. / PICCININI, A. / CAZZATI, M. (Dances on Movable Ground) (Ciaramella)

Chamber Music - SANZ, G. / FALCONIERI, A. / PICCININI, A. / CAZZATI, M. (Dances on Movable Ground) (Ciaramella)

The Classical Shop
release date: November 2013

Recorded in 24 Bit / 96Khz
album available as a Studio Master
Originally recorded in 2013

Artists:

Ciaramella

Ensemble

Ciaramella

Chamber

Venue:

Alfred Newman Hall, California, United States

Venue

Record Label
Yarlung

Genre:

Chamber


Classical

Total Time - 67:41
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Chamber Music - SANZ, G. / FALCONIERI, A. / PICCININI, A. / CAZZATI, M. (Dances on Movable Ground) (Ciaramella)

     
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GASPAR SANZ

1 

Jacaras (version 1)

02:40
     
 

ANDREA FALCONIERI

2 

Sonata fantasia, "L'eroica"

03:59
     
 

ALESSANDRO PICCININI

3 

Chiaccona in partite variate

02:45
     
 

ANDREA FALCONIERI

4 

Il primo libro di canzone

03:46
     
 

ANONYMOUS

5 

Canario [17th Century]

02:46
     
 

ANDREA FALCONIERI

6 

Passacalle

05:25
     
 

MAURIZIO CAZZATI

7 

Ciaccona a tre con il suo Balletto

03:06
     
 

ADAM KNIGHT GILBERT

8 

Moresca

02:14
     
9 

Fantasia sopra la gamba

04:27
     
 

MARCO UCCELLINI

10 

Aria decima quarta sopra La mia Pedrina

03:59
     
 

ANONYMOUS

11 

Fresca ribera

02:17
     
 

DIEGO ORTIZ

12 

Recercada No. 8

02:25
     
13 

Recercada secunda (arr. A. Gilbert for chamber ensemble)

03:02
     
 

ANONYMOUS

14 

Greensleeves to a ground (arr. A. Gilbert for chamber ensemble)

03:11
     
 

ADAM KNIGHT GILBERT

15 

The Fisher and Fox

07:43
     
16 

Diferencias sobra Pavane d'Espagne

02:33
     
 

GASPARO ZANETTI

17 

Spagnoletta

02:12
     
 

ANONYMOUS

18 

Sardanas (arr. A. Gilbert for chamber ensemble)

03:21
     
19 

La Mantovana - Bobbing Joe - Aupres de ma blonde

02:40
     
 

GASPAR SANZ

20 

Jacaras (version 2)

03:10
     
  Ciaramella Ensemble


Ciaramella Ensemble ventures "toward modern times" with intoxicating dance melodies from musicians who lived from the 1500s into the Baroque era, and includes new compositions by Adam Gilbert as well.  Ground bass patterns underlie all of this music; sometimes one can hear it clearly and sometimes the ground bass line is veiled within the polyphony.  Ciaramella artistic directors Adam and Rotem Gilbert lead the ensemble, which includes music on theorbo, Baroque guitar, viola da gamba, drums and percussion, harpsichord, wind instruments (including recorders, Renaissance brass, shawms), and hurdy gurdy.

"...Ciaramella plays this music with conviction and expressiveness and makes it accessible for contemporary audiences. One certainly can’t ask for more.

"...Ciaramella makes it fun. They bring a sense of history to the works they play, but their concerts aren’t dry academic exercises. They bring the music of the renaissance to life. A concert by Ciaramella is a delightful and entertaining excursion to a bygone era.

"And the... members of the group obviously enjoy what they’re doing. For them this music is as much alive today as it was in Richard III’s time – and that attitude and approach are what set them apart from many other early music ensembles."  

Edward Reichel

“From the nobility of Europe, to the petit bourgeoisie reading Thonoit’s Arbeau’s Orchesographie, to the already pregnant bride in Brueghel’s The Peasant Wedding, everybody danced their way through the rituals of life…. Their music, like their dance, reflected a delicate balance between the restraints of culture and convention, and ingenious flourishes of improvisation….”  

Adam Gilbert

                    Editor’s Choice

"...Recorders and shawms predominate; playing of expressive fluidity and rhythmic vitality suppoorts plentiful virtuosic divisions. Lifelike sound of exceptional clarity enhances the impact... Strongly recommended."  *****

Jeremy Barlow - Early Music Today magazine (UK) - March-May 2014




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