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Wydawnictwo: Signum Classics
Nr katalogowy: SIGCD 453
Nośnik: 2 CD
Data wydania: kwiecień 2017
EAN: 635212045329
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Epoka muzyczna: renesans, współczesna
Obszar (język): angielski

Gough / Taverner / Parsons: The World Encompassed

Signum Classics - SIGCD 453
Wykonawcy
Simon Callow, narrator
Fretwork
CD 1:
Anonymous:
Introduction
Port Julian
Terra Incognita

Francis Drake:
Leaving Plymouth
Mogador
Berbers
Nuno de Silva
Maio Santiago Fogo
Fortune my Foe
The Complaint of a Sinner

Orlando Gough:
The Song Called Trumpets
In Nomine
Cape Verde
Crossing the Atlantic
Berimbau

John Taverner:
Preserve Us O Lord

Robert White:
Port Desire - Patagonian Indians

Robert Parsons:
In Nomine

CD 2:
Orlando Gough:
De La Court
Cacafuego
The Spanish Main
Miwok Indians
Pavin
Java

Francis Drake:
Preserve us Lord
Albion
Crossing the Pacific
Moors
In Nomine
Reaching Plymouth

Innocentio Alberti:
Ternate

Picforth:
Musical Paradise

Anonymous:
Gamelan
Psalm 100

Robert Parsons:
Rounding the Cape of Good Hope
The Song Called Trumpets
During his journey to circumnavigate the globe Sir Francis Drake took four viol players with him, who played both for his devotions and to the native peoples around the world that they encountered. Fretwork have commissioned British composer Orlando Gough to recreate this remarkable journey in sound, in a work for viol consort that combines music from 16th century England with the ‘sounds’ that these musicians would have heard and perhaps tried to recreate on their journey – from the rebab and the gamelan to the mesmerising chanting of the Native Americans. The result is a musical narrative of one of the most significant achievements of the English golden age and an evocation of the earliest musical encounters between east and west. This premiere recording is interspersed with narration from The World Encompassed, one of the first literary accounts of the journey, read by Simon Callow.

Recorded in the Britten Studio, Snape Maltings, Aldeburgh, UK from 12-15 July 2016

Zobacz także:

  • SIGCD 707
  • DCD 34295