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Les Sacqueboutiers de Toulouse and Jean-Pierre Canihac - Gabrieli: Venise sur Garonne (2014) [HDTracks]

24-01-2015, 16:12
Music | Classical Music | FLAC / APE



Les Sacqueboutiers de Toulouse and Jean-Pierre Canihac - Gabrieli: Venise sur Garonne (2014) [HDTracks]

Artist: Les Sacqueboutiers de Toulouse and Jean-Pierre Canihac
Title Of Album: Gabrieli: Venise sur Garonne
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Flora
Genre: Classical
Quality: 320 / 24bit FLAC
Total Time: 71:55 min
Total Size: 190 / 763 MB
WebSite: amazon

Tracklist:

Giovanni Gabrieli (1683-1764)
1. Symphoniae Sacrae (1587): Canzon duodecimi toni in eco à 10 04:04
2. Symphoniae Sacrae (1615): Canzon VIII à 8 03:41
3. Symphoniae Sacrae (1597): Canzon duodecimi toni à 10 05:33
4. Symphoniae Sacrae (1615): Canzon III à 6 03:06
5. Symphoniae Sacrae (1615): Sonata XVIII à 14 06:59
6. Symphoniae Sacrae (1597): Canzon noni toni à 12 03:51
7. Symphoniae Sacrae (1615): Canzon IV à 6 02:41
8. Symphoniae Sacrae (1615): Canzon XVI à 12 04:11
9. Symphoniae Sacrae (1597): Sonata « piano & forte » à 8 04:37
10. Symphoniae Sacrae (1615): Canzon XVII à 12 03:33
11. Symphoniae Sacrae (1615): Canzon prima à 5 02:39
12. Symphoniae Sacrae (1597): Canzon septimi & octavi toni à 12 03:12
13. Symphoniae Sacrae (1615): Sonate XXI 04:30
14. Symphoniae Sacrae (1597): Canzon octavo toni à 12 03:54
15. Symphoniae Sacrae (1615): Canzon X à 8 04:10
16. Raveri (1608): La Spiritata à 4 03:08
17. Symphoniae Sacrae (1597): Canzon quarto toni à 15 04:13
18. Symphoniae Sacrae (1615): Canzon II à 6 03:53
19. Symphoniae Sacrae (1615): Sonata XX à 22 07:10

During the 16th century, in San Marco, Venice, two organs faced each other in the loft surrounding the choir. Both organist positions were occupied by famous musicians such as Giovanni Gabrieli, pupil of his uncle Andréa, and Gioseffo Guami, a pupil of Adrian Willaert. The location of these instruments allowed these musicians to compose pieces for several groups of voices which were still called 'choirs'. The part played by these 'choirs' became more important, and finally the composition of purely instrumental music resulted in the conception of magnificent 'Canzoni' whose style was progressively exported to the whole of 17th century Europe. The programme 'Venise sur Garonne' (Venice on the Garonne river) gathers the most prominent pieces of work mostly devoted to cornetti and sackbuts and specially the 'Canzoni' requiring the largest number of instruments, up to 22 distinct voices distributed among 5 different choirs. This form of composition, highly appreciated during the baroque period, progressively disappeared with the emergence of the symphony orchestra. Thanks to the magnificence of this Venetian repertoire, so representative of ancient brass instruments Les Sacqueboutiers naturally chose to pay tribute to the great polyphonist of this period, Giovanni Gabrieli.





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platico   User offline   26 April 2015 01:00


Gracias por compartir...

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