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Coronation Music for Charles II

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Period ensembles have had great success re-creating the music of past eras, but some have even reconstructed the musical programs of specific historic events, based on documentation of the time. This album by the choral group Psallentes, the instrumental consort Oltremontano, and its director Wim Becu is a presentation of music for the coronation of Charles II in Westminster Abbey on April 23, 1661. After the drab years of Oliver Cromwell's rule, the restoration of the Stuart monarchy called for a glorious state celebration that required new ensembles, based on the practices in the French court. The music for the royal procession past the triumphal arches was provided by Matthew Locke, who composed a suite of dances for sackbuts and cornetts. For the coronation itself, the music consisted of works by Girolamo Fantini, William Child, William Byrd, and Pelham Humfrey, and the royal banquet and masque were accompanied by the dances and airs of Augustine Bassano, William Lawes, Byrd, and John Adson. (What may surprise listeners is the strong Renaissance character of much of the music, which still dominated in England while the Continent was already experiencing the high Baroque.) As a representation of the occasion, this recording is convincing in its musical performances and sound effects, which include crowd noises, horses, bells, and the drumming and fanfares that would have been heard at various points along the procession route. Strongly recommended for students of British history.
© TiVo

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The Song called Trumpets (Robert Parsons)

1
The Songe Called Trumpetts
Oltremontano
00:02:03

Robert Parsons, Composer - Wim Becu, Conductor - Oltremontano, Ensemble

2015 Accent 2015 Accent

Harmonie universelle (Marin Mersenne)

2
L’entrée - A cheval - Cavalcade - Double cavalcade - La retraite
Oltremontano
00:02:23

Marin Mersenne, Composer - Wim Becu, Conductor - Oltremontano, Ensemble

2015 Accent 2015 Accent

For his Majesty's Sagbutts and Cornetts (Matthew Locke)

3
I. Almand
Oltremontano
00:01:56

Matthew Locke, Composer - Wim Becu, Conductor - Oltremontano, Ensemble

2015 Accent 2015 Accent

4
II. Courant
Oltremontano
00:01:06

Matthew Locke, Composer - Wim Becu, Conductor - Oltremontano, Ensemble

2015 Accent 2015 Accent

5
III. Almand
Oltremontano
00:01:56

Matthew Locke, Composer - Wim Becu, Conductor - Oltremontano, Ensemble

2015 Accent 2015 Accent

6
IV. Saraband
Oltremontano
00:02:10

Matthew Locke, Composer - Wim Becu, Conductor - Oltremontano, Ensemble

2015 Accent 2015 Accent

7
V. Almand
Oltremontano
00:01:43

Matthew Locke, Composer - Wim Becu, Conductor - Oltremontano, Ensemble

2015 Accent 2015 Accent

8
VI. Courant
Oltremontano
00:01:11

Matthew Locke, Composer - Wim Becu, Conductor - Oltremontano, Ensemble

2015 Accent 2015 Accent

9
VII. Almand
Oltremontano
00:02:53

Matthew Locke, Composer - Wim Becu, Conductor - Oltremontano, Ensemble

2015 Accent 2015 Accent

Modo per imparare a sonare di tromba (Girolamo Fantini)

10
Entrata imperiale
Oltremontano
00:00:59

Girolamo Fantini, Composer - Wim Becu, Conductor - Oltremontano, Ensemble

2015 Accent 2015 Accent

O Lord, grant the King a long life (William Child)

11
O Lord, Grant the King a Long Life
Psallentes
00:02:49

William Child, Composer - Psallentes, Choir - Wim Becu, Conductor - Oltremontano, Ensemble

2015 Accent 2015 Accent

In Nomine A 5 (William Byrd)

12
In Nomine à 5, VdGS No. 5
Oltremontano
00:02:15

William BYRD, Composer - Wim Becu, Conductor - Oltremontano, Ensemble

2015 Accent 2015 Accent

The king shall rejoice, Op. 17 (Pelham Humfrey)

13
The King Shall Rejoice, Op. 17
Psallentes
00:09:49

Pelham Humfrey, Composer - Anonymous, Lyricist - Psallentes, Choir - Wim Becu, Conductor - Oltremontano, Ensemble

2015 Accent 2015 Accent

Miserere a 4 (William Byrd)

14
Miserere à 4, BE 17/122
Oltremontano
00:01:30

William BYRD, Composer - Wim Becu, Conductor - Oltremontano, Ensemble

2015 Accent 2015 Accent

Te Deum (Pelham Humfrey)

15
Te Deum
Psallentes
00:05:27

Pelham Humfrey, Composer - Anonymous, Lyricist - Psallentes, Choir - Wim Becu, Conductor - Oltremontano, Ensemble

2015 Accent 2015 Accent

16
"The King" - Bells of Westminster Abbey
Psallentes
00:01:07

Anonymous, Lyricist - Psallentes, Choir - Oltremontano, Ensemble

2015 Accent 2015 Accent

Pavana and Galliarda (Augustine Bassano)

17
Pavan à 5, VdGS No. 1
Oltremontano
00:01:56

Augustine Bassano, Composer - Wim Becu, Conductor - Oltremontano, Ensemble

2015 Accent 2015 Accent

18
Galliard à 5, VdGS No. 2
Oltremontano
00:01:06

Augustine Bassano, Composer - Wim Becu, Conductor - Oltremontano, Ensemble

2015 Accent 2015 Accent

Pavana a 5 (Augustine Bassano)

19
Pavan à 5, VdGS No. 3
Oltremontano
00:02:24

Augustine Bassano, Composer - Wim Becu, Conductor - Oltremontano, Ensemble

2015 Accent 2015 Accent

Galiarda and Coranto a 5 (arr. P. Philips for chamber ensemble) (Peter Philips)

20
Galiard & Corant à 5 (Set by Peter Philips)
Oltremontano
00:02:45

Peter Philips, Composer - Augustine Bassano, Composer - Wim Becu, Conductor - Oltremontano, Ensemble

2015 Accent 2015 Accent

Fantazia 2 a 6 (William Lawes)

21
Fantazia 2 à 6
Oltremontano
00:04:26

William Lawes, Composer - Wim Becu, Conductor - Oltremontano, Ensemble

2015 Accent 2015 Accent

Pavane (arr. P. Holman) (Peter Holman)

22
Pavan à 6
Oltremontano
00:02:42

Augustine Bassano, Composer - Wim Becu, Conductor - Oltremontano, Ensemble - Peter Holman, Composer

2015 Accent 2015 Accent

Almand a 6 (arr. P. Holman for chamber ensemble) (Anonymous)

23
Almand à 6
Oltremontano
00:00:55

Anonymous, Composer - Wim Becu, Conductor - Oltremontano, Ensemble - Peter Holman, Composer

2015 Accent 2015 Accent

Browning a 5 (William Byrd)

24
Browning à 5, BE 17/39
Oltremontano
00:04:54

William BYRD, Composer - Wim Becu, Conductor - Oltremontano, Ensemble

2015 Accent 2015 Accent

Courtly Masquing Ayres (John Adson)

25
No. 19 à 5
Oltremontano
00:01:29

John Adson, Composer - Wim Becu, Conductor - Oltremontano, Ensemble

2015 Accent 2015 Accent

26
No. 20 à 5
Oltremontano
00:01:28

John Adson, Composer - Wim Becu, Conductor - Oltremontano, Ensemble

2015 Accent 2015 Accent

27
No. 21 à 5
Oltremontano
00:01:01

John Adson, Composer - Wim Becu, Conductor - Oltremontano, Ensemble

2015 Accent 2015 Accent

Descripción del álbum

Period ensembles have had great success re-creating the music of past eras, but some have even reconstructed the musical programs of specific historic events, based on documentation of the time. This album by the choral group Psallentes, the instrumental consort Oltremontano, and its director Wim Becu is a presentation of music for the coronation of Charles II in Westminster Abbey on April 23, 1661. After the drab years of Oliver Cromwell's rule, the restoration of the Stuart monarchy called for a glorious state celebration that required new ensembles, based on the practices in the French court. The music for the royal procession past the triumphal arches was provided by Matthew Locke, who composed a suite of dances for sackbuts and cornetts. For the coronation itself, the music consisted of works by Girolamo Fantini, William Child, William Byrd, and Pelham Humfrey, and the royal banquet and masque were accompanied by the dances and airs of Augustine Bassano, William Lawes, Byrd, and John Adson. (What may surprise listeners is the strong Renaissance character of much of the music, which still dominated in England while the Continent was already experiencing the high Baroque.) As a representation of the occasion, this recording is convincing in its musical performances and sound effects, which include crowd noises, horses, bells, and the drumming and fanfares that would have been heard at various points along the procession route. Strongly recommended for students of British history.
© TiVo

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