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Wydawnictwo: Passacaille
Nr katalogowy: PAS 1120
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: maj 2022
EAN: 5425004841209
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Epoka muzyczna: barok
Obszar (język): włoski
Instrumenty: teorban
Rodzaj: toccata, fuga

Piccinini / Kapsperger / Cazzatti: The Art of Resonance - Archlute & Theorbo Music of the Italian Seicento

Passacaille - PAS 1120
Kompozytor
Alessandro Piccinini (1566-c1638)
Giovanni Girolamo Kapsperger (1580-1651)
Maurizio Cazzatti (1616-1678)
Pietro Paolo Raimondo, Cipriano de Rore, Giovanni Battista Spadi, Pietro Paolo Melli
Wykonawcy
Luca Pianca, archlute & theorbo
Nagrody i rekomendacje
 
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Alessandro Piccinini:
Toccata XX
Toccata XV
Gagliarda III

Pietro Paolo Raimondo:
Toccata
Fuga

Cipriano de Rore/Giovanni Battista Spadi:
Anchor che col partire

Pietro Paolo Melli:
Capriccio cromatico
Gagliarda "La Claudiana"
Gagliarda "La Farnese"
Corrente "La Sansona"

Maurizio Cazzati:
Balletto VI

Giovanni Girolamo Kapsberger:
Toccata II arpeggiata
Passacaglia
Corrente I
Toccata VI
Villanella "Mentre nel mondo ch'e lusinghier"
Gagliarda XIII
Corrente VII Cromatica

Alessandro Piccinini:
Toccata VII
Gagliarda III
Toccata IV
Aria di Follia Romanesca
Toccata XI
Corrente II
Ciaccona
At the beginning of the 17th century, music in Italy underwent a radical change. From the first experimental attempts in Florence to revive the musical practice of Greek antiquity, which had not been handed down in detail, the genre of the monody developed, in which the singer could finally express all the nuances of the text (the "affects"), freed from the strict constraints of polyphony. To accompany this monophonic singing, new types of plucked instruments emerged, such as the archlute and the theorbo, characterised especially by their powerful bass registers and intense resonances.

The new expressive demands invited playing with timbres, (de)crescendi and agogics to convincingly portray human passions, elements that were also applied to purely instrumental music, as in the works on this recording. The rigour of polyphony gave way to a style based more on improvisation, an aspect particularly important to Luca Pianca in his interpretation of solo works for archlute and theorbo by Piccinini, Kapsberger, Melli and Raimondo.

Recording: Oratorio di San Rocco, Manno (CH), October 2021. Instrument by Luc Breton (Vaux-sur-Morges).

Zobacz także:

  • ACC 24193
  • RK 2406
  • PAS 1110
  • AUDITE 97797
  • OR 0047
  • PROSP 0034
  • GDCD 4081
  • DCD 34249
  • CRC 3901
  • PN 2202