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The Early Music Collection (30 CD BOX)
55,00 €
7-14 dní
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Anonymus, Carlo Gesualdo, Claudio Monteverdi, Giovanni Gabrieli, Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina, Guillame Dufay, Guillaume de Machaut, Hildegard von Bingen, Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck, John Dowland, Josquin des Prez, Juan de Anchieta, Luys de Narváez, Luys Milán, Neidhart von Reuental, OCKEGHEM Johannes, Orlando di Lasso, Thomas Campion, Thomas Tallis, Thomas Tomkins, William Byrd, William Lawes
Various Artists
NAXOS, NAXOS Early Music
Zoznam skladieb
CD 1

Adorate Deum: Gregorian Chant from the Proper of the Mass

CD 2

Hildegard of Bingen - Heavenly Revelations

CD 3

Music of the Troubadours

CD 4

Neidhart - A Minnesinger and his ‘Vale of Tears’

CD 5

Carmina Burana

CD 6

Machaut - Messe de Nostre Dame

CD 7

Argentum et Aurum

CD 8

Dufay - Chansons

CD 9

Ockeghem - Requiem

CD 10

Music from the Eton Choirbook

CD 11

Missa Conceptio tua

CD 12

A-La-Mi-Re Manuscripts

CD 13

Anchieta - Missa Sine nomine

CD 14


CD 15

Josquin Desprez - Missa L’Homme armé

CD 16

Luis de Milán - Music for Vihuela (+ Luis de Narváez)

CD 17

Tallis - Spem in alium

CD 18

Palestrina - Missa Papae Marcelli

CD 19

Lassus - Lagrime di San Pietro

CD 20

Byrd - Complete Fantasias for Harpsichord

CD 21

Gabrieli - Music for Brass Vol.2

CD 22

Elizabethan Songs and Consort Music

CD 23

Sweelinck - Organ Works

CD 24

Dowland - Pavans, Galliards and Almains

CD 25

Gesualdo - Madrigals, Book 1

CD 26

Campion - Lute Songs

CD 27

Monteverdi - Madrigals, Book 5

CD 28

Tomkins - Consort Music for Viols and Voices

CD 29

The Guerra Manuscript Vol. 1

CD 30

Lawes - Consort Music for Viols, Lute and Theorbos
The Early Music Collection is a wide-ranging survey that traces the history of Western music from plainchant, the music of the Catholic Church, through polyphony, to the end of the 17th century. It includes leading ensembles and instrumentalists. Many of the individual albums have been critically lauded. Recent years have brought a vast expansion in our understanding and knowledge of early music periods. There has been investigation into the repertoire and techniques of other ages, coupled with a movement that has favored the use of instruments and ways of playing them that are more or less authentic. Even where surviving historical instruments or modern reproductions of them are not used, the styles of performance have been influenced. Above all the myth of unending progress has been abandoned in favor of an evaluation of each period and type of music on its own terms. Early Music, in fact, has become a flourishing industry, stimulated by the remarkable growth in production and distribution of early music. For our present purposes we limit the term Early Music to cover a period ranging from plainchant to the end of the 17th century. The period that followed, the age of Bach and Handel and the great synthesis of the Late Baroque, is generally more familiar to listeners and is, in any case, another story.
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