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Wydawnictwo: Accent
Nr katalogowy: ACC 24373
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: kwiecień 2021
EAN: 4015023243736
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Epoka muzyczna: średniowiecze, renesans
Obszar (język): angielski, francuski, flamandzki
Rodzaj: motet, hymn, pieśń

Dufay / Dunstable / Obrecht: Paradisi Porte - Hans Memling‘s Angelic Concert

Accent - ACC 24373
Wykonawcy
Tiburtina Ensemble / Barbora Kabátková
Oltremontano Antwerpen / Wim Becu
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Prosa - Ave Maria gracia plena
Fuga duo[rum] temp[orum]
Hymnus - Proles de caelo
Introitus - In excelso throno
Basse Danse - Paradisi porte
Sequentia - Alma cohors Domini
Graduale - Tollite portas
Motet - Christe sanctorum – Tibi Christe
Improperia - Popule meus
Basse Danse - Danse de Cleves
Hymnus - Ad cenam agni providi
Chanson - Den haghel ende die calde snee
Sequens - Ave mundi spes Maria
Motet - Virgo rosa Gilles Binchois
Antiphona - Paradisi porte
»Salve« (Salve Regina)
Canticum bmv - Magnificat secondi toni
Around 1490, the painter Hans Memling created his ''Concert of Angels''. It consists of three paintings for the outside of an altar and shows God the Father surrounded by angels singing and playing instruments. What might the music have sounded like that inspired Memling to this painting? Very precisely, the painter depicted the instruments of his time, grouped into the "alta" and ''bassa capella'' typical of the period - the loud and the quiet instruments.

Together with the Koninklijk Museum voor Schone Kunsten in Antwerp, where Memling's paintings hang today, Wim Becu initiated an interdisciplinary project in which the depicted instruments were recreated in detail by specialists in instrument making and research was carried out to find thematically appropriate music.

The central theme of the original altar, of which only the Angel Concerto remains, was the Assumption of Mary, and so ''Paradisi porte'' - the door to paradise - also determines the music of this CD. Gregorian music from liturgical books and polyphonic compositions from the time around 1500 in Bruges are heard, truly heavenly music played by Wim Becu's Otremontano Antwerpen together with the singers of the Tiburtina Ensemble.

Recorded at AMUZ, Antwerpen (Belgium), on 8-10 December 2020.

Zobacz także:

  • RK 2208
  • CDA 68236
  • CDH 55423
  • RCD 1061
  • CDA 68333