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Wydawnictwo: Atma
Nr katalogowy: ACD 22824
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: sierpień 2023
EAN: 722056282420
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Epoka muzyczna: barok
Obszar (język): włoski
Rodzaj: sonata

Castello / Grillo / Legrenzi: Basta Parlare!

Atma - ACD 22824
Dario Castello (1590-1658)
Giovanni Baptista Grillo
Giovanni Legrenzi (1626-1690)
Marini Biagio, Merula Tarquinio, Nadeau-Tremblay Marie
Les Barocudas Ensemble
Castello, D:
Sonata Duodecima
Sonata Quarta
Canzon sestadecima
Sonata a tre No. 1 In D Minor, 'La Cornara'
Marini, B:
Sonata Quarta a 4
Trio Sonata No. 45 In D Minor, 'La Monica'
Canzon No. 19 In C Major, 'La Pusterla'
Canzone No. 18 In D, 'La Cavagliera'
Canzone No. 24 In C major, 'La Valcharenga'
Following the success of their award-winning debut album, La Peste, Les Barocudas period ensemble returns with Basta parlare! (Enough said!), a program exploring the dynamic, experimental musical style that swept 17th century Italy -- in particular, works that showcase the violin and recorder. Joining Les Barocudas's trio, Marie-Nadeau Tremblay (violin), Tristan Best (viola da gamba), and Nathan Mondry (organ), are Vincent Lauzer, recorder; Antoine Malette-Chenier, baroque harp; Hank Knox, harpsichord; and Matthias Soly-Letarte, percussion. Basta parlare includes works by Italian baroque composers including Dario Castello, Giovanni Legrenzi, Tarquinio Merula, and Biagio Marini, among others, whose music was considered almost radical at the time. "When Vincent Lauzer and I thought of making an album together, we knew from the start that we wanted to focus on music from 17th-century Italy, our repertoire of choice," says Marie Nadeau-Tremblay. "No further discussion was needed: we had already reached an unspoken consensus. Lovers of 17th-century Italian music share an almost spiritual je ne sais quoi which brings them together--and sets them apart. We have a tacit understanding." "The 17th century was a period of exploration, invention, and research across all disciplines, including in music," says Nadeau-Tremblay. "Vocal music, which had long dominated the spotlight, began to make way for technically complex instrumental forms that better suited this new paradigm--a music centered around virtuosity and lyricism. Thus came the title of this album, Basta parlare! Which means "enough said!" Marie Nadeau-Tremblay founded Les Barocudas while at McGill University. Eager to combine wit and creativity with their high-calibre performance skills, the ensemble brings a signature freshness to Baroque repertoire, which they present to sold-out concerts halls as well as online in the form of music videos. Since graduating in 2019 with a master's degree in early music, Marie Nadeau-Tremblay has established herself on the Canadian scene as an emerging young baroque violinist. In 2019, she landed an unprecedented four awards, including First Prize, at the Mathieu-Duguay Early Music Competition. Named Radio-Canada's 2021-2022 classical "Revelation" and winner of the 2022 "Discovery of the Year" Opus Prize, Nadeau-Tremblay also received the Choquette-Symcox Award from Jeunesses Musicales Canada Foundation in 2022. Her album La Peste (2020) earned Juno and Opus award nominations, and her highly acclaimed solo album Pr?ludes et solitudes (2021), won a 2023 Opus Prize for "Album of the Year."

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