Serenissima: music from sixteenth century Italy, France, Germany and England performed on viols after Francesco Linarol

John Bryan (Performer), Ibi Aziz (Performer), Alison Crumb (Performer), Andrew Kerr (Performer), Roy Marks (Performer), Peter Wendland (Performer)

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Abstract

A disc of journeying and exploration, paying homage to the pan-European tendencies of a period in which composers, instruments and manuscripts crossed geographical borders; in which a song by one composer might become the subject of ingenious contrapuntal treatments by another and of Mass settings by a third; and in which new dance genres evolved alongside the widespread adaptation of vocal music for performance by instrumental consorts. The Rose Consort of Viols, already acclaimed for their recordings of later English repertoire, have been inspired by viol-maker Richard Jones’s reconstructions of a Venetian instrument by Francesco Linarol – the earliest viol surviving from the sixteenth century – and they trace a path from the viol’s northern Italian origins to England, where it found a particularly welcome home at the turn of the 1600s.
LanguageEnglish
Place of PublicationWallyford
PublisherDelphian Records Ltd
Media of outputCD
Publication statusPublished - 2014

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Bryan, J. (Performer), Aziz, I. (Performer), Crumb, A. (Performer), Kerr, A. (Performer), Marks, R. (Performer), & Wendland, P. (Performer). (2014). Serenissima: music from sixteenth century Italy, France, Germany and England performed on viols after Francesco Linarol. Composition, Wallyford: Delphian Records Ltd.
Bryan, John (Performer) ; Aziz, Ibi (Performer) ; Crumb, Alison (Performer) ; Kerr, Andrew (Performer) ; Marks, Roy (Performer) ; Wendland, Peter (Performer). / Serenissima: music from sixteenth century Italy, France, Germany and England performed on viols after Francesco Linarol. [Composition].
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Bryan J (Performer), Aziz I (Performer), Crumb A (Performer), Kerr A (Performer), Marks R (Performer), Wendland P (Performer). Serenissima: music from sixteenth century Italy, France, Germany and England performed on viols after Francesco Linarol Wallyford: Delphian Records Ltd. 2014.