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Wydawnictwo: Passacaille
Nr katalogowy: PAS 1112
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: luty 2022
EAN: 5425004841124
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Epoka muzyczna: renesans
Obszar (język): włoski
Instrumenty: flet, lutnia

Adonia - 16thC Italian Music: To Lament a Fallen God

Passacaille - PAS 1112
Kompozytor

Poliziano, Verdusi, Bendelot, Arcadelt, Dalza, Gastoldi, Demophont, De Rore, Willaert, Tromboncino, Mainerio
Wykonawcy
Phaedrus / Mara Winter
Nagrody i rekomendacje
 
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Francesco Bendusi:
Io chiamo te per cui si volge e move (Se tu sapesti)
Il ben ti venga - Bandura - La Falilela

Philippe Verdelot:
La nella region ricca e felice (Se per fedel)
Se lieta e grata morte

Jacques Arcadelt:
Donna, quando pietosa
Il bianco e dolce cigno

Joan Ambrosio Dalza:
Calata di Strambotti - Saltarello - Piva

Bor Zuljan:
Lute improvisation on "Se lieta"

Giovanni Giacomo Gastoldi:
Caccia d'Amore

Alessandro Demophon:
O del mondo Tiranno (Vidi hor cogliendo rose)

Cipriano de Rore:
Mia benigna fortuna

Adrian Willaert:
Questa anima gentil

Bartolomeo Tromboncino:
Non val acqua

Giorgio Mainerio:
Tedescha
Son due fiaccole ardenti (Schiarazula marazula)

Viva viva li galanti li amorosi tucti quanti che non
La nella region ricca e felice (Se per fedel)
In una parte del superbo e bello uscio (Sine nomine)
Co I bianchi cigni (Poiché la lingua mia)
Through centuries of re-telling the myth of Venus and Adonis, the ritualistic Adonia festival held in ancient Athens has remained a part of the story which fascinated a number of literary figures during the Italian Renaissance. The ritual was both a lamentation of love cruelly stolen by the hands of fate, and a feverish “final dance” with all of life's short-lived pleasures and desires. The ensemble Phaedrus partakes in an experimental musical staging of the Venus and Adonis mythos as transmitted during the Italian Renaissance by setting extracts of Marino's 1623 Adone and from Girolamo Parabosco's La favola d’Adone, published in 1545, to early frottole music. Phaedrus surrounds these newly arranged frottole with instrumental music inspired by the tragic life of Adonis. Elevating the voice with traverso consort and lute, Adonia aims to find points of commonality between historical aesthetics and contemporary experiences of love, amorality, and ecstatic bereavement.

Recording: Sankt Nikolaus, Hofstetten-Fluh (CH), February 2021.

Zobacz także:

  • PAS 1107
  • AN 29159
  • CDA 68348
  • GEN 21744
  • PAS 1111