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Bestiarium: Animals in the Music of the Middle Ages
Donato da Firenze, Giovanni da Firenze, Jacopo da Bologna
Bestiarium: Animals in the Music of the Middle Ages
Genres: Special Interest, Pop, Classical
 
  •  Track Listings (20) - Disc #1


     

CD Details

All Artists: Donato da Firenze, Giovanni da Firenze, Jacopo da Bologna
Title: Bestiarium: Animals in the Music of the Middle Ages
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Nuova Era
Release Date: 1/31/1995
Genres: Special Interest, Pop, Classical
Styles: Vocal Pop, Opera & Classical Vocal, Historical Periods, Early Music
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 723722839627
 

CD Reviews

Animals in the Music of the Middle Ages
J. Burton | 10/25/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

""La Reverdie has created a wonderful recording. This CD has the power of making us travel to Medieval times. The voices are perfect and the instruments play exquisitely. Track 3, a troubadour Marcabru's pastourelle is my favorite. It was the first time that I heard Marcabru's music performed with a rhythm so fine. The booklet is very beautiful and rich in information, too." (Marilia Amaral da Silveira)

The performers on this recording:

Elisabeta de' Mircovich (voice, rebec, santur)
Claudia Caffagni (voice, lute, percussion)
Ella de' Mircovich (voice, harp, lyra)
Livia Caffagni (voice, recorders, fiddle)

The works on this recording:

1. Ar bleizi-mor
Composed by Anon., Brittany 9th c.

2. O tu qui servas
Composed by Anon., Modene 9th c.

3. Pastourelle: L'autrier jost'una sebissa
Composed by Marcabru (fl c1129-c1150)

4. Motet: Chançonnette / A la cheminée / Veritatem
Composed by Anon., France 13th c.

5. Ich was ein chint so wolgetan
Composed by Anon., Carmina Burana 13th c.

6. Double jig: Na coire ar na sleibhtibh
Composed by Anon., Trad. Ireland

7. Fuwëles in the frith
Composed by Anon., England c.1270

8. Bryd one brere
Composed by Anon., England c.1270

9. Madrigal: Oseletto salvaggio
Composed by Jacopo da Bologna (fl northern Italy, 1340-?1386)

10 Madrigal: Aquila altera / Creatura gentile / Uccel de Dio
Composed by Jacopo da Bologna

11. Aquila altera
Composed by Anon., Codex Faenza 15th c

12 Madrigal: I fu' già bianch'uccel
Composed by Donato da Firenze (14th c.)

13. Caccia: Chosì pensoso
Composed by Francesco Landino (c1325-1397)

14. Caccia: Con bracchi assai
Composed by Giovanni da Firenze (c1355)

15. Madrigal: Lucida pecorella
Composed by Donato da Firenze

16. Madrigal: L'aspido sordo
Composed by Donato da Firenze

17. Pastourelle: En ma forest
Composed by Anon., France 13th-14th c.

18. Virelai: Par mantes foys
Composed by Jean Vaillant (fl 1360-90)

19. Contrafactum: Wolauff gesell! wer jagen well
Composed by Oswald von Wolkenstein (c1376-1445)

20. Ihr alten weib nu frewet ew
Composed by Oswald von Wolkenstein"