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di LASSO, Toronto Consort

Chansons and Madrigals

  • 1. Un jour l'amant
  • 2. Gallans qui par terre
  • 3. Ardant amour a 4
  • 4. Ardant amour a 5
  • 5. J'ay de vous voir
  • 6. Toutes les nuis
  • 7. Puisque vivre
  • 8. Susana
  • 9. Susanne ung jour
  • 10. Susane un jour
  • 11. Bon jour mon coeur
  • 12. La nuict froide et sombre
  • 13. Que dis-tu
  • 14. Ove sei, vita mia
  • 15. no giorno
  • 16. Tu traditora
  • 17. Come pianta
  • 18. Poi che'l mio largo pianto
  • 19. Madonna mia, pieta
  • 20. Appariran per me
  • 21. Chi chilichi
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    Nr kat.: DIS80149
    Label  : DORIAN (USA)

    Performer: Paul Jenkins (Tenor), Laura Pudwell (Mezzo Soprano), Meredith Hall (Soprano), Alison Mackay (Mezzo Soprano), Terry McKenna (Lute), David Klausner (Recorder), Alison Mackay (Viola da gamba), Paul Jenkins (Organ), Paul Jenkins (Harpsichord), Alison Mackay (Recorder), Alison Melville (Recorder), Alison Melville (Flute) Toronto Consort “Toronto should count its blessings that it has an ensemble like the Consort to expose it to the masterpieces of Early Music. From soloists to musicians to conductor David Fallis, this was early music-making at its very best.” —Toronto Star Since its founding in 1972, the Toronto Consort has become internationally recognized for its excellence in the performance of medieval, renaissance and early baroque music. Some of Canada’s leading early music specialists have come together to form the Toronto Consort whose members include both singers and instrumentalists (lute, recorder, guitar, flute, early keyboards and percussion). Each year The Toronto Consort offers a subscription series in Toronto. These concerts are constantly exploring new repertoires and new ways to bring early music to the modern audience. The Consort often works in collaboration with other artists, such as actors, dancers and visual artists, to produce concerts which have dramatic as well as musical appeal. Many of the Consort’s most successful Toronto programs have been taken on tour across Canada, the United States and Europe. “Since the founding of The Toronto Consort in 1972, Canada can boast a world-class early music ensemble worthy of the attention of any musically literate ear… Their closely matched phrasing, intonation and tonal shading was worthy of the finest string quartet.” Chronicle Herald, Halifax https://torontoconsort.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/Consort_history.pdf