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Wydawnictwo: Passacaille
Nr katalogowy: PAS 994
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: sierpień 2012
EAN: 5425004849946
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Epoka muzyczna: barok
Obszar (język): włoski
Instrumenty: organy, kornet

Gabrieli: Canzoni

Passacaille - PAS 994
Wykonawcy
Liuwe Tamminga, organ
Bruce Dickey, cornett
Doron Sherwin, cornett
Nagrody i rekomendacje
 
Prise de Son d'Exception Diapason d'Or Pizzicato Supersonic
 
1 Canzon XXVIII Sol sol la sol fa mi a 8
2 Canzon francese del duodecimo tono
3 Canzon del duodecimo tono
4 Canzon del duodecimo tono
5 Canzon III a 6
6 Toccata dell’ottavo tono
7 Ricercar dell’ottavo tono
8 Canzon del secondo tono
9 Mottetto Jubilate Deo a 8
10 Canzon I La Spiritata a 4
11 Canzon II a 4 del duodecimo tono
12 Canzon III a 4 del duodecimo tono
13 Canzon IV a 4 del duodecimo tono
14 Mottetto O Doctor optime a 6
15 Toccata del primo tono
16 Ricercar del primo tono
17 Canzon I a 5
18 Canzon del decimo tono
19 Fuga del nono tono
20 Ricercar del decimo tono
21 Canzon del decimo tono
22 Ricercar del nono tono
23 Canzon XXVII Fa sol la re a 8
Giovanni Gabrieli is probably not the first composer which comes to the mind when we are thinking of anniversarys – but 2012 marks the 400th anniversary of his death.

This CD presents an unusual selection of organ pieces and other pieces in which cornetts are used, either in elaborately ornamented higher voices or in dialogue with the organ. In this recording there are all the kinds of organ music, which Giovanni Gabrieli played, so that one can listen to pages, rarely performed up to now, even though they have been known for a long time in a wide variety of printed and manuscript sources.

Giovanni Gabrieli was born around the year 1557, around 1575 Giovanni Gabrieli went for a few years to the court of Duke Albrecht V in Munich, where – like his uncle 15 years earlier – he studied with Orlando di Lasso. At the end of 1584, when Giovanni Gabrieli had already spent some years in Venice, he temporarily took the post of organist at St. Mark’s, vacated by Claudio Merulo, and the following year, winning the competition announced by the Procurator’s office, his position was made permanent (his uncle Andrea was first organist), a post he held, together with one at the Scuola Grande di S. Rocco, until his death on July 12th 1612.

organs of San Petronio in Bologna

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