Jewels of the Renaissance Era - Antoine Bouchard (organ); Ensemble Masques; Geneviève Soly (organ); Les Voix Baroques; Luc Beausejour (harpsichord);...
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  1. Branle des chevaulx
  2. Propiñán de Melyor, for ensemble (Colombina Songbook)
  3. The Funerals and Galliards, for mute cornett & 4 violas da gamba: Pavan The Funerals
  4. The Funerals and Galliards, for mute cornett & 4 violas da gamba: Galliard
  5. Peaceful Westerne Winde, for 3 voices
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  1. Branle des chevaulx
  2. Propiñán de Melyor, for ensemble (Colombina Songbook)
  3. The Funerals and Galliards, for mute cornett & 4 violas da gamba: Pavan The Funerals
  4. The Funerals and Galliards, for mute cornett & 4 violas da gamba: Galliard
  5. Peaceful Westerne Winde, for 3 voices
  6. The Italian Ground, for keyboard, MB27
  7. Ye sacred Muses (elegy for Thomas Tallis), consort song for voice & 4 viols
  8. Missa Ut re mi fa sol la, for 6 voices: Gloria
  9. Missa Ut re mi fa sol la, for 6 voices: Agnus I
  10. The silver swanne, madrigal for 5 voices
  11. Saltarella, for organ
  12. Réveillez vous, cueurs endormis, chanson for 5 voices ("Le chant des oiseaux"), M. 1/2
  13. Skarazula Marazula
  14. Lo paure satan / Er dei triptetas
  15. Heth Sold Ein Meisken Garn Om Win
  16. Lavolta (Lady Morley), for keyboard No. 1 in G minor, MB 90
  17. Frais et Gaillard (Frisque et gaillard), chanson for 4 voices
  18. In Nomine (I), for 4 viols
  19. Come away, arm'd with loves delights, for voice, lute & bass viol (or 3 voices) (Second Booke of Ayres)
  20. Ce moys de may, chanson for 4 voices, M. 1/10
  21. Malle Sijmen (Silly Simon), variations for organ (doubtful), SwWV 323
  22. English Dances (6)
  23. Rampaleda e corsa de la tarasca
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It's odd, inasmuch as Renaissance music is unfamiliar even to many listeners enthusiastic about classical music in general, but single-disc introductions to Renaissance music have been rare. This Analekta-label release presumes no knowledge at all, offering single-page overviews not only of what the Renaissance is but also of the notion of classical music itself (the latter in an exceptionally user-hostile font). The range of pieces is appealing if not comprehensive, featuring instrumental dances, madrigals, sacred motets, ...

Jewels of the Renaissance Era 2005, Analekta

UPC: 774204978129

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