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Wydawnictwo: Aliud
Nr katalogowy: ACDHJ 040-2
Nośnik: 1 SACD
Data wydania: listopad 2009
EAN: 8717775550426
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Epoka muzyczna: renesans
Instrumenty: lutnia
Rodzaj: psalm, pieśń

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O Muse, Comt Nu Voort

Aliud - ACDHJ 040-2

Jan vander Noot, Nicolaes Vallet, D.V. Coornhert, Willem Reijersz. de Lange, G.A. Bredero, D.R. Camphuysen, Adriaen Valerius, P.C. Hooft, Joost van den Vondel, W.G. van Focquenbroch, J. C. Weyerman
Duo Seraphim:
Margot Kalse, mezzo-soprano
Elly van Munster, lute
Ghelyck den daegheraet
Van de ioncheit
Ter liefden van een maghet
Psalm 12 - Behoud, o Heer
Opt Ontset van Leyden
Helena antwoordt tot Paris
Helena schrijft tot Menelaus
Thisbe claeght over de doot van Piramus
Liedt O Parl en puyck der vrouwen!
Ick hoor trompetten klincken
Myn ziele treur
Fantasij Indien men poocht mijn hart
Sang Sterflijck geslacht, uw suchten schorst
Naere nacht van benaude drie jaeren
Simeons Lofzang
Doen Daphne d'overschoone Maeght
Indien ick daght ô schoone son
Air Sa! Dan laat ons rustig raazen
Een Zamenspraak tusschen Damon en een jong juffertje
O Lief u derven
This CD is an anthology of the Dutch contrafact and contains poetry set to music. These are not original songs but texts written on already existing and well-known melodies. These songs are sometimes called contrafacts: contra: against or at, factum: written on an already existing melody. Between 1550 and 1750 this was a much loved and much practised genre in the Netherlands. Numerous songbooks appeared, booklets in pocket format which could be easily produced from your pocket when you wanted to sing. They contained the texts and the melodies to which they should be sung, with a tune reference: wyse, voys, stemme, vpden voix, op de wyse van etc. We have to retrace these melodies to be able to sing the songs. Fortunately some songbooks have survived with the tunes added in musical notation. A great many other melodies can be traced back to the international song repertoire of the period. Other sources are for instance lute tablatures, dance books, etc. It is remarkable how many tunes originate from outside the Netherlands. Many are French, English or Italian; fewer are German and Spanish. These must have been popular – or at least known – in the Netherlands, beside the familiar Dutch tunes.

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