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Wydawnictwo: Chandos
Nr katalogowy: CHAN 0819
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: maj 2019
EAN: 95115081921
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Epoka muzyczna: barok, renesans
Obszar (język): włoski
Instrumenty: klawesyn
Rodzaj: sonata, toccata

Marenzio / Corelli / Frescobaldi: Il Cembalo Transalpino: Music from the Fitzwilliam Collection

Chandos - CHAN 0819
Luca Marenzio (1553/4-1599)
Arcangelo Corelli (1653-1713)
Girolamo Frescobaldi (1583-1643)
Sabbatini Galeazzo, Giulio Cesare Arresti, Giovanni Paolo Colonna, Giulio Caccini, Peter Philips, Alessandro Striggio, Carlo Francesco Pollarolo, Giovanni Picchi, Domenico Zipoli
Sophie Yates, harpsichord
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Sabbatini Galeazzo:

Luca Marenzio:
Tirsi morir volea
Freno Tirsi ill desio
Cosi moriro

Giulio Cesare Arresti:
Sonata in A Major

Giovanni Paolo Colonna:
Sonata in D minor

Giulio Caccini:
Amarilli, mia Bella

Girolamo Alessandro Frescobaldi:
Toccata settima

Peter Philips:
Passamezzo Pavan
Passamezzo Galliard

Alessandro Striggio:
Chi fara fede al cielo

Carlo Francesco Pollarolo:
Sonata in D minor

Giovanni Picchi:

Domenico Zipoli:
Canzona in G minor

Arcangelo Corelli:
Sonata, Op.5 No.7

Passamezzo Pavan
Passamezzo Galliard
A ll the music in this programme comes from the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, and most of it was collected by its founder, Richard, Seventh Viscount Fitzwilliam of Merrion (1745 – 1816). A polymath, lover of music, amateur composer and harpsichordist, musically active from about 1760 until his death, Fitzwilliam created a legacy of exceptional importance to English musical culture.

The recording features the Boni harpsichord from the Fitzwilliam Collection, originally made by Giovanni Battista Boni who worked in Cortona in Tuscany. In some ways it is conventional for its time, having a slab sawn cypress soundboard and light cypress case, but its original set-up was a highly unusual one, with three sets of strings at the same (8 foot) pitch. During the last restoration, by Trevor Beckerleg in 1975, the third register, which had been out of use, was re-instated and this gives the player more resources than does the usual Italian harpsichord: both the front and back rows of jacks pluck the same set of strings but in different places, which gives them a distinctly different timbre, and the various combinations of the three registers provide the player with five distinct sounds to choose from.

Recording: The Master’s Lodge, Downing College, University of Cambridge;

14 – 16 November 2017. Played on Single-manual harpsichord (M / F.1-1933) by Giovanni Battista Boni (d. 1641), Tuning: quarter comma mean-tone temperament. Pitch: A = 415 Hz

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