Notes & Reviews:
Coprario, who became composer-in-ordinary to King Charles I in 1625, "Italianized" his real name, Cowper or Cooper, at a time when Italian music was becoming increasingly popular in England. He was one of the first great masters of the consort music genre, with fifteen or so short pieces for treble, tenor and bass viols (one might describe these as 'madrigals without words').
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Kohaut: Lute Concertos / Schneiderman, et al
Friends of Schubert / Brunner, Salzburger Hofmusik
The Orchestra Of Louis Xiii. Le Concert Des Nations, J.saval
Schubert: Symphony no 9 / Davis, Staatskapelle Dresden
Schubert: Symphony no 9 / Wand, Munich PO
Dornel: Livre de simphonies contenant 6 suittes en trio Op. 1 / Musica Barocca
Schubert: Symphonies no 8(9) & 3 / Kubelik, et al
From the Steeples and the Mountains / London Gabrieli Brass
Vivaldi: Concerti Ripieni / Alessandrini, Concerto Italiano
Works DetailsCoprario, John : Consort Musicke :: Parts for Viols and Dances for 3 Lyras
- Performers: Sergi Casademunt (Viola); Christophe Coin (Cello); Jordi Savall (Vielle)
- Period Time: Baroque
- Studio/Live: Studio