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Musica della Corte, Eduardo Notrica

Guerre e Rimpianti - La Musica di Carlo V

La canción del emperador La guerra La guerre Mille regretz à 4 voci Missa "Mille regretz": I. Sanctus Missa "Mille regretz": II. Osana Missa "Mille regretz": III. Benedictus Missa "Mille regretz": IV. Ossana Missa "Mille regretz": V. Agnus Dei Missa de la batalla escoutez: I. Kyrie I Missa de la batalla escoutez: II. Kyrie II Missa de la batalla escoutez: III. Kyrie III Missa de la batalla escoutez: IV. Gloria I Missa de la batalla escoutez: V. Gloria II Missa de la batalla escoutez: VI. Gloria III Obras de música: Tiento XII sobre el cum Sancto Spiritu de Beata Virgine Pavana con su glosa Recercada No. 1 Recercada No. 4
  • Musica della Corte
  • Eduardo Notrica - conductor
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Nr kat.: CDA0208
Label  : III Millennio

wojna, ból, żal.. protest songi i epickie eseje

The program of this release refers to two favorite themes of the European Reanissance which are at the basis of a large number of compositions based on the "feelings" of war and grief. The works that function as a starting point for the repertory are the Bataille de Marignan of Clement Janequin and the chanson of Josquin des Prez Mille Regretz, both of which are closely linked to the historic-cultural context of the court of the Emperor Charles V. The musical environment of Charles V (1516-1556) was composed of the best polyphonists at the time, among whom many renowned French-Flemish musicians. The environment, as well as an intelligent strategy of political treaties and dynastic bonds called into being by the emperor, enhanced the success of the scholarly music of the North of Europe. Musicians as well as scores travelled throughout the European continent and in this way spreading the French-Flemish polyphony and on a generous scale influenced the rest of the local musical reality. Upon the departure for the journey that was to proclaim him King of Spain in 1517, Charles V took with him the "Cappella fiamminga" of Brussels under the guidance of Nicolas Gombert, specialized in the vocal polyphonic repertory. He founded another cappella exclusively with Spanish musicians attached to the royal house of Castiglia, virtuoso instrumentalists of tecla, arpa andvihuela.


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