• DCD34169 Katalognummer
  • 801918341694 EAN
  • CD Format
  • 2015 Utgivelsesår

Artist
Rose Consort of Viols

Medvirkende
Wilkinson, Clare

Plateselskap
Delphian

Verk

And I war a maydyn
De tous biens plaine a 4
Fortuna desperata
Helas Madam
De tu biens plaene
De tous biens playne
Fortune Esperee
Missa, 'Fortuna Desperata'
Vita dulcedo/Agnus Dei II
Cecus non judicat de coloribus
Triste España sin ventura!
Des biens amors a 4
La martinella
In te Domine speravi, per trovar pietà
In te Domine sperabo
La quercia
Biblis
Fata la parte
La Spagna
La mi sola Laureola
Fa la sol a 3
Con amores, la mi madre
Agnus Dei II
Adieu mes amours

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Produktbeskrivelse

A rapid transformation in musical tastes occurred in the years around 1500, with the relatively widespread distribution of part-music in the new medium of print – it was in this context that the consort of viols emerged. For their third recording on Delphian, the Rose Consort use a set of instruments modelled on those depicted in an Italian altarpiece dating from 1497 in Bologna. Peerless early-music mezzo Clare Wilkinson joins the consort in a sophisticated interweaving of voices that casts revealing light on the earliest music for this innovative ensemble. Rose Consort of Viols’ recent engagements have included performances at the BBC Proms Matinees at Cadogan Hall with vocal ensemble Tenebrae, at the National Gallery in London and for Semana de Musica Religiosa in Cuenca, Spain. The Consort has received awards for its research and performance of newly devised programmes, and has made a number of highly acclaimed recordings for Delphian and other labels, including most recently 'An Emerald in a Work of Gold: Music from the Dow Partbooks' (Delphian DCD34115), a disc of music by Byrd and his contemporaries in collaboration with The Marian Consort, and 'Serenissima' (DCD34149), a programme of music from Renaissance Europe performed on instruments by Richard Jones copied from the earliest surviving viol, a Venetian instrument by Francesco Linarol from c.1540. A second recorded collaboration with The Marian Consort, 'Loquebantur: Music from the Baldwin Partbooks' (DCD34160), will be released 28 September, 2015.

“Wilkinson’s androgynous, straight tone chafes vividly against the viols – a smooth gloss on a pitted sound that creates necessary variety and beauty in a disc that might easily have been a historical curiosity.” Gramophone

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