The Swiss Early Music Scene, continued

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Program: #02-07   Air Date: Feb 18, 2002

Again, instrumentalists of the Schola Cantorum in Basel.

  1. Les Plaisirs du Palais: Drinking Songs of the Renaissance (Ensemble Clement Janequin/Dominique Visse, cond.). Harmonia Mundi CD HMC 901729.
    • CLAUDIN de SERMISY: Aupres de vous.
    • DAMBERT: Secouez-moy.
    • MITTANTIER: Laissons amour.
    • GUILLAUME le HEURTEUR: Mirelaridon.
  2. Napoli Aragonese: Profane Music in the 15th Century Aragonese Naples Court. (Micologus Ensemble). Opus 111 CD OP 30215.
    • Anon.: Brunette je vous ay amee/Brunette au sorcil noir.
    • Anon.: Fate d'arera.
  3. MARENZIO: Madrigali. (Concerto Italiano/Rinaldo Alessandrini, cond.) Opus 111 CD OP 30245.
    • LUCA MARENZIO (1553-1599): Vaghi e lieti fanciulli (Book 2, 1581).
    • MARENZIO: Deh rinforzate il vostro largo pianto (Book 1, 1581).
    • MARENZIO: Donne il celeste lume (Book 4, 1593).
  4. MARENZIO: Il sesto libro de madrigali, 1594. (La Venexiana Ensemble). Glossa CD GCD 920909.
    • MARENZIO: Ah, dolente partita! (Book 6, 1594).
    • MARENZIO: Ben'ho del car'oggetto i sensi privi.
    • MARENZIO: Amor, se giusto sei.
  5. Food, Wine & Song: Music and Feasting in Renaissance Europe. (The Orlando Consort). Harmonia Mundi CD HMU 907314.
    • HEINRICH ISAAC: Donna di dentro/ Dammene un pocho.
    • Anon.: Canto di donne maestre di far cacio.
    • GILLES BINCHOIS: Je ne vis onques.
  6. Minnesang: the Golden Age (I Ciarlitani/Augsburg Ensemble for Early Music/Andrea von Ramm). Christophorus CD CHR-77242.
    • RUDOLF von FENIS-NEUENBURG: Nun ist niht mere min gedinge.

CD Info

CD HMC 901729, CD OP 30215, CD OP 30245, CD GCD 920909, CD HMU 907314.

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