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Pinxit: Musical Fresco Of Renaissance In Bologna

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> Lirum bilirum lirum lirum - Lirum bilirum lirum lirum
> Poi che in van - Poi che in van
> Per memoria di quel giorno - Per memoria di quel giorno
> Saltarello (version for chamber ensemble) - Saltarello
> Passando per una rezolla - Passando per una rezolla
> Fortuna d'un gran tempo - Fortuna d'un gran tempo
> Contra la disperata [15th-16th Century] - Contra la disperata [15th-16th Century]
> Vidi hor cogliendo rose - Vidi hor cogliendo rose
> Charitate, amore Dei - Charitate, amore Dei
> A che sono hormai conducto - A che sono hormai conducto
> La torgia - La torgia
> Se amor non e - Se amor non e
> Calata ala spagnola (version for chamber ensemble) - Calata ala spagnola: Calata No. 3, "A la spagnola" (version for chamber ensemble)
> Volgi gli occhi o Madre Pia - Volgi gli occhi o Madre Pia
> Pavana alla venetiana - Pavana alla venetiana
> Come haro, dunque, ardire - Come haro, dunque, ardire
> Amor, se vuoi ch'io torni - Amor, se vuoi ch'io torni
> Hor vedi amor [15th-16th Century] - Hor vedi amor [15th-16th Century]
> Recerchar [15th-16th Century] - Recerchar [15th-16th Century]
> Chi vi dara piu luce - Chi vi dara piu luce
> Come la veggo e chiara [15th-16th Century] - Come la veggo e chiara [15th-16th Century]

Notes & Reviews:

Italian music lovers are quite well acquainted with the Renaissance music of Naples, Rome, Ferrara, and Venice, but seem to ignore the musical development of Bologna, where more than nine centuries ago the oldest European university was founded. Here, frottolas, dances, carnival songs, and playful, irreverent - even bawdy! - word games provide the musical background to sonnets by Michelangelo and Raphael as well as poetry by Petrarch.



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