• PTY520268 Katalognummer
  • 3760213651877 EAN
  • 1CD Format
  • 2020 Utgivelsesår

Consort Brouillamini

Adson, John | Aston, Hugh | Byrd, William | Coprario, John | Farnaby, Giles | Holborne, Antony | Johnson, Robert | Locke, Matthew | Mundy, William | Purcell, Henry | Tye, Christopher | anon.

Consort Brouillamini




Antony Holborne:
The image of Melancholly
The Fairie-round
Muy linda

anon.: Watkins Ale (Arr. for Recoder)

William Byrd:
Rowland (Arr. for Recoder)
La Volta (Arr. for Recoder)

anon.: Pakington's Pownde (Arr. for Recoder)
Giles Farnaby: Pawles Wharfe (Arr. for Recoder)
William Byrd: The Woods so Wild (Arr. for Recoder)

Christopher Tye:
In Nomine XII: Crye
In Nomine XV: Surrexit non est hic

Hugh Aston: Hugh Ashton's Maske

Robert Johnson:
The Second of the Temple
The First of the Prince's

John Coprario: Cupararee or Grays'Inn (Arr. for Recoder)

John Adson:
The First of the Temple antic
The Second of the Temple antic

William Mundy: O Mater Mundi

Matthew Locke:
Consort of Four Parts, Suite No. 3 en Fa Majeur:
I. Fantazie
II. Courante
III. Ayre
IV. Saraband

Henry Purcell:
Pavan en sol mineur (Arr. for Recoder)
Chacony en sol mineur (Arr. for Recoder)

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The first feeling given by the English music of the 16th and 17th is a great uniqueness apparently preserved from any foreign influence, but yet English musicians were not totaly isolated from their continental fellow workers: For evidence, foreign musical forms like the Pavan, the Gaillard or the Madrigal all born in Italy were in use in England, foreign instrumentalists played in the court of England, handwritten or printed music from the continent was largely spread over England.
However, England always took the foreign idioms very cautiously. The main imitative process of music writing began only to be used at the very last end of the 16th century; the first innovations of the baroque style were adopted very gradually from the end of the 17th.
The English Renaissance, spread largely over the 17th century, has preserved a unique style of continental innovations, very rich and remarkable in the instrumental music which is without doubt one of the most accomplished of the period.


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