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Wydawnictwo: Lindoro
Nr katalogowy: NL 3035
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: listopad 2017
EAN: 8436003830351
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Epoka muzyczna: średniowiecze
Rodzaj: pieśń

Tempus est Locundum

Lindoro - NL 3035

Guillaume De Amiens, Thibaut IV de Champagne, Raimbaut de Vaqueiras
En mai la roussee
Como podem per sas culpas, CSM 29
Nas mentes sempre teer, CSM 166
Como Deus/A que avondou, CSM 23/386
C'est la fin, quoi que nous die
Danza Real
Ich was ein chint so wolgetan, CB 185
Estampida Real, No. 3
Kalenda Maia
Chansoneta tedesca
Ventanas altas
Sic mea fata, CB 116
The work by Arte Factum, joined by Francisco Orozco, once again offers us a panorama of profane music from the late Middle Ages, together with some of the Cantigas de Santa María, compiled by Alfonso X. We have dances, estampidas and saltarellos, troubadour songs, such as the beautiful Kalenda Maia by Rimbaut de Vaqueiras, finishing the trip through time with the famous Sephardi romanza Ventanas altas, without forgetting Carmina Burana and the Cantigas de Santa María of King Alfonso the Wise. Thus, we travel down four centuries of European music. A long period of time, from the 12th to the 15th century, when purely instrumental music arose, a time which saw unprecedented development of musical instruments. At all times under the primacy of the human voice, the only instrument capable of conveying melody and words, we find the first instrumental dances, sadly with no indication of the type of instrument, which would lead to the first compositions for keyboards in Italy in the late 14th century. This repertoire, which consisted of melodic lines, with no indication of the instrumentation, is one of the greatest challenges facing musicians specialised in medieval music.

Music and Poetry in Medieval Europe - From "Cantigas de Santa Maria" to "Carmina Burana"

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