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Title The book of madrigals / a production of Accentus Music in co-production with ZDF, in co-operation with ARTE ; directed by Günter Atteln ; produced by Paul Smaczny
Published Berlin, Berlin State : C Major Entertainment, 2013


Description 1 online resource (77 min.)
Contents Come away, come, sweet love / John Dowland -- Chi la gagliarda / Baldassare Donato -- Rallegratevi meco (from L'Amfiparnaso) / Orazio Vecchi -- Ben qui si mostra il ciel / Cipriano de Rore -- Vagh' amorosi / Giovanni Gabrieli -- Cucú, cucú, cucucú ; Fatal la parte / Juan del Encina -- Tarantella del Gargano / anon. -- Toutes les nuitz / Orlando di Lasso -- Io tacerò/In van dunque / Carlo Gesualdo -- Quand je bois du vin clairet / anon. -- Lucia, celu / Orlando di Lasso -- La tricotea / Alonso de Alba -- Oh ecco il Capitano (from L'Amfiparnaso) ; Anchor ch'al parturire (parody of Anchor che col partire) / Orazio Vecchi -- Une puce j'ay dedans l'oreille / Orlando di Lasso -- CosiÌ morir debb'io / Heinrich Schütz -- Come again, sweet love doth now invite / John Dowland -- Vecchie letrose / Adrian Willaert -- Triste départ / Nicolas Gombert -- Dura legge d'Amor/E so come in un puntor / Luca Marenzio -- Im Mayen hört man die Hanen krayen / Orlando di Lasso -- Scaramella va alla guerra / Josquin des Prez
Summary In their new Book of Madrigals, the a capella ensemble Amarcord presents outstanding compositions from the European Renaissance by Dowland, Banchieri, Monteverdi, Palestrina, Josquin and Willaert. Along with Michael Metzler (percussion), Hille Perl (viol) and the American lutenist Lee Santana, the ensemble met in the fall of 2013 in the Venetia region of northern Italy. In the unique setting of the Villa Caldogno, built by the Italian Renaissance architect Andrea Palladio, the madrigals were recorded under studio conditions with several cameras. The program is available in three different formats: 78 or 44 minutes with interviews about the Renaissance period, the repertoire and the location
Notes Title from resource description page (viewed July 26, 2016)
Performer Amarcord (Wolfram Lattke, tenor ; Robert Pohlers, tenor ; Frank Ozimek, baritone ; Daniel Knauft, bass ; Holger Krause, bass) ; with Hille Perl, viola da gamba ; Lee Santana, theorbo & guitar ; Michael Metzler, percussion
Event Recorded 2013 October 16-19 Villa Godi, Italy
Notes Sung in French, English, Italian, and German
Subject Madrigals.
Vocal quintets.
Vocal music -- Europe -- 15th century
Vocal music -- Europe -- 16th century
Vocal music -- Europe -- 17th century
Vocal music.
Vocal quintets.
Genre/Form Filmed performances.
Madrigals (Music)
Madrigals (Music)
Filmed performances.
Madrigaux (Musique)
Spectacles filmés.
Form Streaming video
Author Ensemble Amarcord, performer.
ACCENTUS Music (Firm), production company.
Other Titles Ensemble Amarcord performing songs of the Renaissance