Notes & Reviews:
This new release was inspired by the meeting of Japanese soprano Emi Aikawa, who lives in Cremona, with the ensemble Rossignol. The musical path proposed in this recording aims to document the paraliturgical repertoire of the late Renaissance and early Baroque, and perform it with the most true historical performance practices to bring these gems into the modern listener's world. La Rossignol is a cultural association that deals with the music and dance of the Italian Renaissance. The group has collaborated with the greatest world broadcasting companies, and performs throughout Europe.
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