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Wydawnictwo: Delphian
Nr katalogowy: DCD 34260
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: październik 2021
EAN: 801918342608
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Epoka muzyczna: barok
Obszar (język): włoski, chorwacki
Rodzaj: psalm, sonata

Usper / Puliti / Jelić: Adriatic Voyage - XVII century music from Venice to Dalmatia

Delphian - DCD 34260
Rory McCleery, countertenor
Bojan Čičić, violin
The Illyria Consort / Rory McCleery
Marian Consort / Bojan Čičić
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Francesco Usper:
Ave Maria
Battaglia per sonar e cantar a 8

Gabriele Usper:
Sonata a 4

Gabriello Puliti:
En dilectus meus
Donna ingrata

Vinzenz Jelich:
Bone Jesu
Ricercar 3
Exultate Deo

Giulio Schiavetto:
Ave Maria

Bartolomeo Sorte:
I superbi colossi

Ioannes Lukacich de Sebenico:
Panis angelicus
Quam pulchra es
Sicut cedrus

Tomaso Cecchino:
Surge propera
Sonata 6
Sonata 7
Sonata 8
Al. Vivo sol
In March 1575, a party led by the Venetian diplomat Giacomo Soranzo set out on a mission to Constantino- ple. They sailed down the Istrian coast, along the length of present-day Croatia, and on to the Bay of Kotor. Much of the land they passed was the territory of the Serenis- sima – inhabited by both Italians and Slavs, and of strategic importance since it was exposed to constant Turkish threats from the Balkan hinterland.

Two of Delphian’s most admired ensembles join forces for this imaginative programme of sacred and secular music by composers working along the Dalmatian coast in the decades after Soranzo’s expedition. It was a time in which constant movement of people and trade of goods created linguistic and cultural cross-currents, in contrast to the sharp distinctions encouraged in later centuries by the emergence of modern nation states.

Much of this music would have been regarded as Venetian, but the journey points up intriguing differenc- es between the composers and pieces presented, many of them in premiere recordings, while violinist and director Bojan Čičić’s interactions with cornettist Gawain Glenton – and the rich ornamentation contributed by all the musicians here – bring the period back to vivid, unforgettable life.

Recorded on 22-24 September 2020 in the Chapel of Merton College, Oxford. Instruments: Bojan Čičić – violin Rowland Ross, 2002; Steven Devine – organo di legno by Walter Chinaglia, Como, 2019; tenor cornetto by Nicholas Perry with Michael Sanders, 2012.

Zobacz także:

  • CDA 68427
  • PROSP 0085
  • ACC 24393
  • PN 2306
  • CHR 77476
  • COV 92310
  • CC 72978
  • AV 2612
  • ARS 38640
  • GEN 24875