Mynstrelles with Straunge Sounds: The earliest consort music for viols

John Bryan (Performer), Alison Crum (Performer), Ibi Aziz (Performer), Andrew Kerr (Performer), Roy Marks (Performer), Peter Wendland (Performer), Clare Wilkinson (Performer)

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Abstract

A rapid transformation in musical tastes occurred in the years around 1500, with the widespread distribution of part-music in the new medium of print – it was in this context that the consort of viols emerged. For their third recording on Delphian, the Rose Consort of Viols use a set of instruments modelled on those depicted in a Bolognese altarpiece dating from 1497. Peerless early-music mezzo Clare Wilkinson joins the consort in a sophisticated interweaving of voices that casts revealing light on the earliest music for this innovative ensemble.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationWallyford
PublisherDelphian Records Ltd
Media of outputCD
Publication statusPublished - 2015

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    Bryan, J. (Performer), Crum, A. (Performer), Aziz, I. (Performer), Kerr, A. (Performer), Marks, R. (Performer), Wendland, P. (Performer), & Wilkinson, C. (Performer). (2015). Mynstrelles with Straunge Sounds: The earliest consort music for viols. Digital or Visual Products, Delphian Records Ltd.