Despres, Ebreo da Pesaro, Estrées, Hessen-Kassel, Isaac, Phalese, Senfl, Susato, Willaert - Di Guerra e di Pace - Renaissance music for winds and percussion - La Pifarescha - 2016 (FLAC, 24BIT – 44KHZ)

Despres, Ebreo da Pesaro, Estrées, Hessen-Kassel, Isaac, Phalese, Senfl, Susato, Willaert – Di Guerra e di Pace – Renaissance music for winds and percussion – La Pifarescha – 2016 (FLAC, 24BIT – 44KHZ)

Composer: Josquin Despres, Guglielmo Ebreo da Pesaro, Jean d’ Estrées, Moritz landgraf von Hessen-Kassel, Heinrich Isaac, Pierre Phalèse, Ludwig Senfl, Tielman Susato, Adrian Willaert
Orchestra: La Pifarescha
Audio CD
Number of Discs: 1 CD
Format: FLAC (tracks)
Bit Depth: 24bit / 44,1kHz
Number of channels: 2.0
Label: Glossa
Size: 556.9 MB
Recovery: +3%
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La Pifarescha / Despres, Ebreo da Pesaro, Estrées, Hessen-Kassel, Isaac, Phalese, Senfl, Susato, Willaert – Di Guerra e di Pace – Renaissance music for winds and percussion (2016)

01. Hessen-Kassel: Pavana del povero soldato 2:45

Phalèse: Pavane et gaillarde de la bataille 5:31

02. Pavane 2:55
03. Gaillarde 2:36

04. Despres: Adieu mes amours a 4 2:26
05. Willaert: Canzone villanesche all napolitana, Book 1 (arr. for chamber ensemble) 1:35
06. anon.: Basse dance I [Neuf basses dances: Paris, 1530] 2:16
07. Susato: Danserye – No. 7. Entre du fol 1:18
08. Senfl: Im Maien (arr. for chamber ensemble) 2:12
09. Isaac: La morra 2:35

10. Estrées: Tiers livre de danseries: Les Bouffons 1:48

Phalèse: Liber primus leviorum carminum 3:16

11. Pavana Ferrareze 1:38
12. Gaillarda Ferrareze 1:38

13. Senfl: Patientiam muess ich han (arr. for chamber ensemble) 2:13
14. anon.: Die vollen Bruedern [Liederbuch des Johannes Heer von Glarus, 1510-1530] 1:55
15. anon.: Symphonia nobili sirene organa – In laudem summi Regis [Codex Nikolaus Apel, 1490-1504] 1:49
16. Jehan Tabourot: Belle qui tiens ma vie (arr. for chamber ensemble) 1:57
17. Hessen-Kassel: Pastorella 2:39
18. Ebreo da Pesaro: Amoroso 2:54
19. Despres: Mille Regretz 1:37
20. Danserye: No. 39. Pavan: Mille regretz 1:35
21. Hessen-Kassel: Pastorella 3:02
22. Paul Kugelmann: Nichts werders ist 1:57
23. anon.: O partita crudele [No. 97: I-Pec MS 431-G 20, 15th Century] 2:24
24. Despres: Scaramella va alla guerra 2:26
25. anon.: Allemande [Premier Livre de Danceries: Antwerp, 1571] 2:34

Recorded: November 2009 and July 2011
Recording Venue: Chiesa della B.V. Maria del Monte Carmelo al Colletto, Roletto, Italy

Given the prevalence of war in Europe during the Renaissance it is no real surprise that warlike themes and echoes of battles should find their ways into music, such as the many ‘L’Homme armé’ and ‘La Bataille’ masses of the time. With ‘Di guerra e di pace’, La Pifarescha captures the contrast between the roar and rhythms of battle and the celebrations of courtly and popular festivities as would have been performed by an alta cappella ensemble from the Middle Ages through to the dawn of the Baroque: shawms, slide trumpets and sackbuts, plus other wind instruments buttressed by percussion instruments. The music of well-known composers from the period – Josquin, Isaac, Willaert, Phalèse, Susato and Senfl – is conjured up in virtuosic performances from this Italian ensemble, making its first appearance on Glossa, although its members regularly contribute to instrumental performances by the likes of Cantica Symphonia or La Venexiana.

This modern journey, creating a Renaissance ‘soundtrack’, embraces not just war and peace but also the contrast of European and Arabic and Asiatic influences from the times of the Crusades through to civic bands playing for residents of Renaissance Venice or Bologna. In creating this enjoyable and improvisation-filled entertainment the members of La Pifarescha wear their scholarly knowledge lightly as they play their way from the popular to the erudite and back.

Gramophone Magazine

They make a good noise, both in quality and (where appropriate) in quantity: Senfl’s In Maien has a lusty vigour, the din of assembled sackbuts, shawms and bagpipes complemented by the latter’s daredevil ornamentation; straight after, Isaac’s La Morra gets a sensitive reading on the softer winds and fiddles.

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