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ktc1617
Wydawnictwo: Etcetera
Nr katalogowy: KTC 1617
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: sierpień 2018
EAN: 8711801016177
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Epoka muzyczna: renesans
Obszar (język): francuski, flamandzki
Rodzaj: pieśń

Janequin / Binchois / Lasso: Ratas del viejo Mundo - chanson et polyphonie profane pré-baroque

Etcetera - KTC 1617
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Janequin:
Toutes les nuits tu m’es présente

Binchois:
Esclave puist yl devenir
Triste plaisir et douloureuse joye

De Lassus:
La nuit froide et sombre

Pathie:
D’amours me plains

De Machaut:
Douce dame jolie

Goudimel:
Hymne triomphale sur la mort

Gombert:
Assiste parata

Attaingnant:
Bransle de Poictou

Ockeghem:
L’autre d’antan

Le Roy:
Almande

Sandrin:
Sutemos

De Sermissy:
Languir me fais sans
A good half of all the lute music from the 16th century that has survived consists of arrangements of vocal music. To have a manuscript by a renowned composer performed by one of his contemporary lute virtuosos is like winning the lottery twice or at least like floating around the Greek islands for an entire summer with a willing partner and meals included. First of all, the music itself is of exceptional quality; the lutenist, however, then changes tessitura and key, he repeats certain passages and omits others. He launches certain passages and omits others with sober and measured gestures. Rhythmic patterns are treated freely. He omits certain lines and adds others. Conflicting versions of the same arrangement appear in print. He brands his chosen ficta undeniable into the lute tablature. The realisation of this music from its tabulature acts like a hallucinatory drug. The Ratas del viejo Mundo, their heads in the clouds, travel thousands of kilometres from every corner of Europe and come together around instrumental music, chansons and secular polyphonic works from before 1600. These ‘rats of the old world’ discover the freedom of a particularly sensual musical language as they assign the various lines from these instrumental works to the singers and instrumentalists of the collective. The contrapuntal labyrinths cease to appear as impregnable fortresses; their historical aspect becomes much less ritualistic and the rats are challenged to seek the most carnal forms of expression. The music has concealed a personal invitation for all this time.

Zobacz także:

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