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Wydawnictwo: Challenge Classics
Nr katalogowy: CC 72843
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: maj 2020
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L’Arte di diminuire

Challenge Classics - CC 72843
Kompozytor

Leonor de Lera, Francesco Rognoni, Biagio Marini, Marco Uccellini, Girolamo Dalla Casa, Giovanni Girolamo Kapsberger, Rodney Prada, Javier Núnez, Salomone Rossi
Wykonawcy
L'Estro d'Orfeo / Leonor de Lera
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Leonor de Lera:
Descendi in hortum meum di Palestrina passeggiato
Pulchra es amica mea di Palestrina
Diminuzioni sopra “Usurpator tiranno“ di Giovanni Felice Sances
Tarantella del Gargano diminuita

Francesco Rognoni:
Vestiva i colli. Modo difficile per suonar alla bastarda

Biagio Marini:
Romanesca per violino solo e basso se piace

Marco Uccellini:
Aria decima quarta a doi violini sopra “La mia pedrina”
Aria quinta sopra “La Bergamasca”

Girolamo dalla Casa:
Petit Jacquet da sonar con la Viola Bastarda
Petite fleur coincte

Giovanni Girolamo Kapsberger:
Folia

Rodney Prada:
Io canterei d‘amor di Cipriano per suonar alla bastarda

Javier Nunez:
O felici occhi miei di Arcadelt

Bartolome de Selma y Salaverde:
Vestiva i colli passeggiato a doi. Basso e soprano

Salomone Rossi:
Sonata quinta sopra un’Aria francese
Diminutions, the art of extemporary embellishment or melodic variation, were an essential part of performance practice of the Renaissance and early Baroque periods. The basis of diminutions is the fragmentation of a long note or series of long notes into many shorter and faster ones that move around the original melody. In the 16th and early 17th centuries, a composition as written by the composer was often regarded as raw material and it was normal and even required of musicians to embellish the works performed. The number of treatises that were devoted to the teaching of this subject is a clear indication of the importance of diminutions at that time. Most of these manuals included a collection of decorated melodies taken from renowned madrigals, motets and chansons by well-known composers of the time. These pieces give us clear examples of how music was performed during that time and what was considered the proper way to embellish a piece of music. Often technically demanding, these pieces gave scope for virtuoso display as they required great dexterity from the performer. In conclusion, diminutions were added to make a piece of music more ‘beautiful’.

This CD explores the widespread practice of diminutions by presenting published examples of diminutions on well-known motets, by master composers; diminutions on popular melodies or dance forms and finally, diminutions composed by the performer as artist. I hope this recording will bring the listeners closer to the subject of diminutions which is, in my opinion, an art in itself.

Recorded at Villa San Fermo, Lonigo, Italy, 24-27 October 2019. Instruments: Violin: Gio Giorgio Taningard, Rome 1739; Viola basso: Carlos Pineda, Cremona 2017; Violin Josef Klotz, Mittenwald 1795 (Ignacio Ramal).

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