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Wydawnictwo: Ayros
Nr katalogowy: AYCD 07
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: marzec 2021
EAN: 5902768283136
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Epoka muzyczna: renesans
Obszar (język): francuski, włoski, flamandzki

Tromboncino / Sermisy / Desprez: Passeggiata Musicale. Leonardo Da Vinci

Ayros - AYCD 07
Bartolomeo Tromboncino (1470-1535)
Claudin Sermisy (1490-1562)
Josquin Desprez (1450-1455)
Francesco Patavino, Joan Antonio Dalza, Marchetto Cara
ALTA Early Music Ensemble:
Aleksandra Joanna Hanus, soprano
Malwina Borkowicz, alto
Gustavo Gargiulo, cornetto
Angieszka Szwajgier, cornetto, pommers, recorders
Agnieszka Obst-Chwała, lira da braccio
Marco Vitale, virginal
Agnieszka Mazur, pommers, recorders, percussion
Karolina Szewczykowska, viola da gamba
Maria Wilgos, lutes
Witold Wilgos, lutes
Wojciech Lubertowicz, percussion
Piotr Dąbrowski, trombone
Sławomir Zubrzycki, viola organista
Nagrody i rekomendacje
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After Leonardo da Vinci:
RE LA SOL MI FA SOL (arr. Gustavo Gargiulo)
Trionfo de Bacco e Ariadna
L'amore la sol mi fa remirare (arr. Gustavo Gargiulo)
Venere "Vera la Schiuma", canto ad lyram (arr. Gustavo Gargiulo)
Romanesca - chi voul bevere - Pesaro Ms (arr. Gustavo Gargiulo)
Ben venga Maggio
L'amore mi fa solazzare (arr. Gustavo Gargiulo)
Ingenio musicale (arr. Gustavo Gargiulo)

Bartolomeo Tromboncino:
Ostinato vo' suguire

Francesco Patavino:
Dilla del Aqua
Un cavalier di Spagna

Joan Antonio Dalza:
Calata alla spagnola

Jasquin des Prez:
Mille regertz

Marchetto Cara:
Non e tempo d'aspettare

Claudin de Sermisy:
Tant que vivray
J'attends secours - viola organista, virginal

Clement Janequin:
L'amour, la mort et la vie
To Renaissance court of Ludovico Sforza, the Duke of Milan, arrived an eccentric thirty-yearold man from Florence. It was 1482. He was a mathematician, anatomist, philosopher, constructor, astronomer... But not many people know, that he was also a musician. One of his 16th century biographers wrote, that the Sforzas hired Leonardo not as a painter nor architect, but – what might surprise us – as a musician and a party organizer of impeccable manners.

Leonardo called music a worse sister of painting, because a painting lasts forever and music has no material form. It exists only in the moment of the performance, moreover – it dies in the moment of the birth. That’s why music couldn’t stand comparison to architecture or sculpture. None of Leonardo’s musical compositions survived, but apart from many drawings and fragments of treatises, in his notebooks there are also rebuses and... musical riddles, all written in mirror reflection. In at least 18 riddles, Leonardo da Vinci used musical notation. These musical „games” were not only notes, but they created sentences, because according to solmisation, a method created by Guido of Arezzo, every note has its own name – ‘ut’ (later replaced by a much easier to pronounce ‘do’), ‘re’, ‘mi’, ‘fa’, ‘sol’, ‘la’, ‘si’. When put into shape, with decoded meaning of the text, they turn out to be incredibly powerful, hypnotic and nostalgic melodies.

Zobacz także:

  • ARS 38574