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Antico: Animoso mio desire - 16th-Cent. Ital. Keyboard Favourites
 
6,90 €
 
Formát:
CD
 
 
Dostupnosť:
dodacia doba 7-28 dní
 
 
Katalógové číslo:
8.572983
 
 
EAN kód:
0747313298372
 
 
Autori:
Andrea Antico
 
 
Interpreti:
Glen Wilson
 
 
Vydavateľ:
NAXOS
 
 
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Andrea Antico: Animoso mio desire
16th-Century Italian Keyboard Favourites

includes:

Antico:


Animoso mio desire da B.T

Virgine bella

Tuo la straza furfante / Occelino, bel occelino / Le rotto el carro

Frena donna i tuoi bei lumi

Crudel fugge se sai

La non vuol esser piu mia

Donne impresteme il vostro burato…La barcha del mio amore…Bernardo non puol star

Amor quando fioriva mia speme

Dolci ire dolci sdegni

Che debbio fare

Todero: over tu o tene mamina…El torexam che canta…El marchexe de salutio

Stavasi amore dormendo sotto un fagio

Fiamma amorosa e bella

Son io quel che era quel di

O che aiuto o che conforto

La gastalda…La bella franceschina…La canella

Non resta in questa vale

Odi cielo el mio lamento

O che dirala mo

La comadrina…Som quel duca de milano

Per dolor mi bagno el viso

Per mio ben te vederei

Me lassera tu mo

Ochi miei lassi

La lumbarda…La cara cossa del berdolim

Hor che'l ciel e la terra

Non più morte al mio morire

Gentil donna se in voi

Che farala che dirala

Sie debile el filo

Cavalca caval bagliardo…Balla le oche…Vegnando da bologna

Chi non crede da B. Tromboncino

Cantai mentre nel core



Glen Wilson (harpsichord)
Popis
Andrea Antico was a printer from Dalmatia who obtained, through the first Medici Pope, Leo X, a monopoly on printing keyboard music. His 1517 collection of frottole – a quasi-rustic word meaning a deceitful, silly story – contains highly advanced, but textually corrupt arrangements of part-songs for keyboard made by an anonymous musician. This world première recording of the complete Frottole Intabulate incorporates a new edition by harpsichordist Glen Wilson. Frottola means a deceitful, silly story. They were wildly popular songs in the later part of the fifteenth and the first third of the sixteenth centuries. An anonymous musician arranged them for keyboard and they were then published by the printer Andrea Antico in 1517.The arrangements were radical for the time and the arranger succeeded in producing a real polyphonic keyboard style. Some were performed by organist Kimberly Marshall on the Loft label in 2002 and just a few by Silvano Rodi on Gall in the same year. Nothing as comprehensive as this Naxos collection has ever been released.
 
 
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