Constantijn Huygens (1596-1687): French airs, Italian arie, Psalm settings in Latin and instrumental pieces by Chambonnières, Rossi, Froberger and Huygens

  • GCD923603 Katalognummer
  • 8424562236035 EAN
  • CD Format
  • 2020 Utgivelsesår

Constantijn Huygens (1596-1687): French airs, Italian arie, Psalm settings in Latin and instrumental pieces by Chambonnières, Rossi, Froberger and Huygens
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Artist
Auvity, Cyril (tenor) | Rhijn, Marie van (harpsichord) | organ | lautenwerk | Rignol, Myriam (viola da gamba)

Medvirkende
Auvity, Cyril (tenor) | Rhijn, Marie van (harpsichord) | organ | lautenwerk | Rignol, Myriam (viola da gamba)

Komponist
Huygens, Constantijn | Chambonnières, Jacques Champion de | Rossi, Luigi | Froberger, Johann Jakob

Plateselskap
Glossa

Verk

Constantijn Huygens: Pathodia Sacraet Profana:

French Airs:
Ne crains point le serein
Que ferous nous, mon pauvre coeur?
Vous me l`aviez bien dit
Le Reveil de Calliste
Tu te trompes, Phillis
Graves tesmoins de mes delices
Quoy Clorinde tu pars?

Italian Arie:
Sospiro della sua donna
Amor secreto
Gia ti chiesi un sospir
A dispetto de` venti
Che rumore sento fuore?
Va, donna ingrata
Caccia amorosa
Con la candida man

Psalm Settings in Latin:
Dilataverunt super me
Avertisti faciem
In quo corriget
Laetatus sum
Domine Deus meus
Quare tristis es
De profundis
Multi dicunt animac meae

Instrumental Pieces:
Chambonnieres: Jeunes Zephirs
Huygens: Allemande
Rossi: Passacaillr
Froberger: Toccata

Produktbeskrivelse

The surviving musical edition of Dutch Golden Age “Renaissance Man”, Constantijn Huygens receives a fresh new recording – issued on Glossa – from a singer who has become a connoisseur of vocal music from the seventeenth century: Cyril Auvity.
The remarkable Huygens, alive for much of that century, was a poet, composer and musician whose “day job” was as a diplomat working for the Princes of Orange and who was an assiduous correspondent with leading thinkers such as Descartes, Rubens and Corneille. Huygens’ Pathodia sacra et profana encompasses a collection of songs in Italian, French and Latin whose simplicity belies the complexity of the emotions carried within them.
Those emotions are admirably conveyed by a singer whose inquisitive musical intellect takes him down less frequented paths (such as two previously issued Charpentier albums on Glossa), and whose voice is rich and coloured and employed with a mastery of line. Singer and instrumentalists on this new recording have decided to record all the French airs from the Pathodia as well as an extensive selection of the Italian arie and Latintexted Psalm settings.
Reflecting the contemporary performances of such works by wealthy amateurs in the Dutch Republic, Myriam Rignol plays viola da gamba whilst Marie van Rhijn plays harpsichord, positive organ and the enigmatic Lautenwerck (a luteharpsichord). Each of these instruments is additionally given an opportunity to be heard in solo music from Huygens’ time.

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Constantijn Huygens: Pathodia Sacra et Profana (Paris, 1647) <span>-</span> Auvity, Cyril (tenor) / Rhijn, Marie van (harpsichord/organ/lautenwerk) / Rignol, Myriam (viola da gamba) Constantijn Huygens: Pathodia Sacra et Profana (Paris, 1647) Auvity, Cyril (tenor) / Rhijn, Marie van (harpsichord/organ/lautenwerk) / Rignol, Myriam (viola da gamba)

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