Landini and his Time -14th Century Italian Ars Nova

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Tracklist

1.
Saltarello
00:00
2.
Gram piant' agli ochi
02:38
3.
Conviens' a fede
02:13
4.
Donna, la mente mia
01:48
5.
De. dinmi tu
01:26
6.
S'i' ti son stato
00:00
7.
Istampie 'Lamento di Tristano'
02:24
8.
Saltarello
01:38
9.
Vestisse la cornachia
00:00
10.
I'me sun un che
01:34
11.
Sera quel zorno
00:00
12.
Estampie
03:06
13.
A poste messe
03:56
14.
Povero cappator
02:00
15.
Non so qual i' mi
00:00
16.
Come in sul fonte
04:28

Description

Music of the Trecento At the dawn of the fourteenth century, the Trecento, an Italian tradition of polyphonic music with texts in the vernacular tongue began to develop. The first centres were the towns and courts of Lombardy in the north. Before, French musical and literary influence had been strong both by the imported culture of emigrated troubadours from Southern France and by some of the teachers at the Paduan university who had studied music at the University of Paris. The new Italian style was different from the contemporary French music, being less intellectual and more expressive with the realistic images in the text. Only near the end of the Trecento the two styles came to be fused….

Additional information

Artists

Recording location

Resnswoude – The Netherlands

Mastering equiment

Sony digital Editor 3000

Mastering engineer

Bert van der Wolf

Mixing console

Rens Heijnis Custom made

Microphones

Bruel & Kjaer, Schoeps

Analog to digital converter

dCS900

Recording date

September 1992

Editing

Tom Peeters

Composers

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Recording engineer

Bert van der Wolf

Producer

Bert van der Wolf

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Label

Genre

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Digital to analog converter

Sony

Press reviews

Repertoire

(…) Le jeu souple, prcis et lumineux des instrumentistes mrite une mention particulire. (…)

BBC Music Magazine

(…) Their imaginative approach to both instrumentation and programming proves especially alluring.(…)

Trouw

(…)De cd voert je naar een andere denk- en klankwereld, ver weg van onze muziekwereld (…)

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