Stile Antico - Song of Songs - 2009 (FLAC, 24BIT – 88KHZ)

Stile Antico – Song of Songs – 2009 (FLAC, 24BIT – 88KHZ)

Performer: Stile Antico
Audio CD
Number of Discs: 1 CD
Format: FLAC (tracks)
Bit Depth: 24bit / 88,2kHz
Number of channels: 2.0
Label: Harmonia Mundi
Size: 1.41 GB
Recovery: +3%
Scan: yes
Server: rapidgator

Stile Antico
Song of Songs

01. Egos Flos Campi
02. Osculetur Me
03. Antiphon: Dum Esset Rex 0
04. Surge, Propera Amica Mea
05. Quam Pulchra Es
06. Antiphon: Nigra Sum
07. Veni, Dilecte Mi
08. Vadam Et Circuibo
09. Alleluia: Tota Pulchra Es
10. Ego Flos Campi
11. Nigra Sum
12. Antiphon: Laeva Eius
13. Hortus Conclusus
14. Nigra Sum
15. Antiphon: Speciosa Facta es
16. Veni, Dilecte Mi
17. Trahe Me Post Te
18. Antiphon: lam Hiems Transiit
19. Vidi Speciosam

Stile Antico is an ensemble of young British singers, fast gaining recognition as one of the most original and exciting new voices in its field. In 2005 the group won the inaugural Audience Prize at the Early Music Network International Young Artists’ Competition, drawing critical praise for its ‘wonderfully vivid singing’ and ‘perfectly focused and ideally balanced voices.’ Since this success, Stile Antico has appeared throughout the UK, including at the City of London, Lake District Summer Music and Beverley and East Riding Festivals; engagements for 2007 include the York Early Music Festival. The group has also collaborated with Sting on tour in his project Songs from the Labyrinth, performing lute songs by John Dowland.
Working without a conductor, the members of Stile Antico rehearse and perform as chamber musicians, each contributing artistically to the musical result. Their repertoire ranges from the glorious legacy of the English Tudor composers to the works of the Flemish and Spanish schools and the music of the early Baroque. They are passionate about the need to communicate with their audiences, combining thoughtful programming with direct, expressive performances. They are also committed to developing their educational work, for which they have received generous funding from the National Lottery through Arts Council England.



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