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Vincenzo Capirola: Lute Works, 1517

Label:

Tactus

Catalogue No:

TC470301

Discs:

1

Release date:

2nd June 2014

Barcode:

8007194105285

Length:

66 minutes

Medium:

CD (download also available)
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Vincenzo Capirola: Lute Works, 1517

World Premiere Recording


Capirola:

Tientalora, Balletto da ballare

Canto bello

Padoana belissima

De tous biens pleine

Ricerare No. 5

Non ti spiaqua l'ascoltar

Recercar XIII

Stavasi amor dormendo

O mia cieca e dura sorte

Recercar XI ala spagnola - Spagna seconda - Recercare XI ala spagnola

Padoana descordata

Recercar XII

Sancta Trinitas

Recercar IV

Recercar I

Gentil princep

Recercar VIII

La Villanella

Recercar VI

Et in terra

Recercar X

Qui tolis pechata mondi


Paolo Cherici (lute, vihuela)

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This CD is dedicated to Vincenzo Capirola (1474- after 1548). It is intended both as a tribute and as a testimony: a tribute to one of the most important composers of Italian early sixteenth century instrumental music; a testimony to the transformations that the music language brought to completion in one of the most extraordinary and rich periods in the history of music.

In the very first decades of the century, composers begin to write and publish specific instrumental pieces. As a consequence, instrumental music started to emerge from the shadows of the medieval period. This new attention to instruments (such as organ, viola, harpsichord and particularly lute) produced a creative flurry of new forms and languages which characterised all the following instrumental music.

Vincenzo Capirola played a leading role in this flourishing phase of instrumental repertoire, thanks to his manuscript dating back to 1517 containing dances, ricercars and transcriptions of vocal pieces of contemporary polyphony. His writing has a strong originality, especially in his ricercars, which have an amazing breadth of composition in the alternation of conflicting moments (such as fast virtuoso scales and slow calm chord successions).

Vincenzo Capirola: Tientalora, Balletto da ballare

Tientalora, Balletto da ballare

Vincenzo Capirola: Canto bello

Canto bello

Vincenzo Capirola: Padoana belissima

Padoana belissima

Hayne van Ghizeghen: De to biends plaene

De to biends plaene

Vincenzo Capirola: Recercar V

Recercar V

Vincenzo Capirola: Non ti spiaqua l'ascoltar

Non ti spiaqua l'ascoltar

Vincenzo Capirola: Recercar XIII

Recercar XIII

Bartolomeo Tromboncino: Stavasi Amor dormendo

Stavasi Amor dormendo

Vincenzo Capirola: O mia cieca e dura sorte

O mia cieca e dura sorte

Vincenzo Capirola: Recercar XI ala spagnola - Spagna seconda - Recercare XI ala spagnola

Recercar XI ala spagnola - Spagna seconda - Recercare XI ala spagnola

Vincenzo Capirola: Padoana descordata

Padoana descordata

Vincenzo Capirola: Recercar XII

Recercar XII

Antoine de Fevin: Sancta Trinitas

Sancta Trinitas

Vincenzo Capirola: Recercar IV

Recercar IV

Vincenzo Capirola: Recercar I

Recercar I

Vincenzo Capirola: Gentil princep

Gentil princep

Vincenzo Capirola: Recercar VIII

Recercar VIII

Vincenzo Capirola: La villanella

La villanella

Vincenzo Capirola: Recercar VI

Recercar VI

Josquin des Prez: Et in terra pax

Et in terra pax

Vincenzo Capirola: Recercar X

Recercar X

Josquin des Prez: Qui tolis pechata mondi

Qui tolis pechata mondi

MusicWeb International

8th October 2014

“I have reviewed much renaissance lute music in recent times but this is a composer and a lutenist to whom I will turn again for sheer pleasure and curiosity.”

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