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A Consort's Monument
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Alfonso Ferrabosco II, Christopher Simpson, Claudio Monteverdi, Giovanni Coperario, John Deering, John Jenkins, John Ward, Thomas Lupo, William Lawes, William White
Amélie Chemin, Andreas Linos, Aude-Marie Piloz, François Joubert-Caillet, L´Achéron, Marie-Suzanne de Loye, Philippe Grisvard, Sarah van Oudenhove, Yoann Moulin
Zoznam skladieb
1 Giovanni Coperario: Fantasia II a 6 in F
2 William Lawes: Almaine a 3 in D
3 Claudio Monteverdi: Terzo libro de madrigali: Rimanti in pace a 5, SV 74
4 Christopher Simpson: May a 4 in a (The Monthes)
5 Christopher Simpson: Improvisation upon a Ground in B (After Christopher Simpson)
6 Alfonso Ferrabosco II: Four-Note Pavan a 5
7 John Ward: Fantasia Vii A 6 In C
8 William Lawes: Ayre a 6 in c
9 Giovanni Coperario: O voi che sospirate a 5
10 John Jenkins: Newarke Seidge a 4 in D
11 Giovanni Coperario: Preludium (Improvisation) & Gray's Inn
12 John Jenkins: Fantasia Iii A 6 In C
13 Thomas Lupo: Fantasia X a 6 in a
14 John Deering: Fantasia Iii A 5 In A
15 The Traditional: Preludium & Fortune my Foe (Improvisation)
16 Alfonso Ferrabosco II: Fantasia VI a 6 in C
17 William White: Fantasia II a 6 in D
In his Musick’s Monument of 1676, Thomas Mace described in great detail numerous aspects of contemporary musical life in London. This volume evokes all the characteristics of English music, going back to the most glorious years of the Renaissance, with a particular emphasis on the repertory written for consort of viols. While his writings describe the performing practices of the time, they also provide invaluable information on instrument making, which has enabled L’Achéron to build a ‘set’ of six viols following Mace’s indications. For this new project of English music, the ensemble inaugurates a new virginal and an organ made in accordance with the famous theorist’s specifications. The programme comprises fantasias, ayres and dances by composers who brought this viol consort tradition to its peak, including Alfonso Ferrabosco, John Ward, William White, Thomas Lupo, Richard Dering, Giovanni Coperario, William Lawes, John Jenkins and Christopher Simpson.
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