La Morra - Corina Marti - Michal Gondko Splendor da ciel (Bologna, Cascia, Firenze, Mazzuoli...)

Splendor da ciel (Bologna, Cascia, Firenze, Mazzuoli...)

La Morra - Corina Marti - Michal Gondko

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Includes: 1 Digital booklet

Released on November 2, 2018 by Ramée

Main artist: La Morra

Genre: Classical > Vocal Music (Secular and Sacred)

Distinctions: Diapason d'or (January 2019)

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Album : 1 disk - 17 tracks Total length : 01:03:32

  1. 1 Donna s’io ò errato

    La Morra, MainArtist - Piero Mazzuoli, Composer Copyright : Outhere Outhere

  2. 2 Douls m’est amer

    Anonymous, Composer - Corina Marti, MainArtist - Michał Gondko, MainArtist Copyright : Outhere Outhere

  3. 3 Soiez liez

    Anonymous, Composer - Michał Gondko, MainArtist - Doron Schleifer, MainArtist - Natalie Carducci, MainArtist - Nicole de Margival, Lyricist Copyright : Outhere Outhere

  4. 4 Dopo ch’i’ so

    Corina Marti, MainArtist - Natalie Carducci, MainArtist - Giovanni Mazzuoli, Composer Copyright : Outhere Outhere

  5. 5 Poc’ hanno di mirar

    Corina Marti, MainArtist - Paolo da Firenze, Composer - Doron Schleifer, MainArtist - Ivo Haun de Oliveira, MainArtist Copyright : Outhere Outhere

  6. 6 A’ piè del monte

    Giovanni Mazzuoli, Composer - Anna Miklashevich, MainArtist - Roman Melish, MainArtist Copyright : Outhere Outhere

  7. 7 Lasso dolente

    La Morra, MainArtist - Piero Mazzuoli, Composer Copyright : Outhere Outhere

  8. 8 Dicovi per certança

    Doron Schleifer, MainArtist - Antonio Zacara Da Teramo, Composer - Natalie Carducci, MainArtist Copyright : Outhere Outhere

  9. 9 Sotto l’imperio

    Jacopo Da Bologna, Composer - Corina Marti, MainArtist - Michał Gondko, MainArtist - Natalie Carducci, MainArtist Copyright : Outhere Outhere

  10. 10 Splendor da ciel

    Doron Schleifer, MainArtist - Franco Sacchetti, Lyricist - Giovanni Mazzuoli, Composer - Ivo Haun de Oliveira, MainArtist Copyright : Outhere Outhere

  11. 11 Le souvenir de vous dame

    Anonymous, Composer - Corina Marti, MainArtist - Michał Gondko, MainArtist Copyright : Outhere Outhere

  12. 12 A Febo Damn’e

    Doron Schleifer, MainArtist - Piero Mazzuoli, Composer - Ivo Haun de Oliveira, MainArtist - Roman Melish, MainArtist Copyright : Outhere Outhere

  13. 13 Ihesu salvator / Quo vulneratus

    Doron Schleifer, MainArtist - Natalie Carducci, MainArtist - Anna Miklashevich, MainArtist - Hubertus de Salinis, Composer Copyright : Outhere Outhere

  14. 14 Si nichil actuleris / In pretio pretium

    Doron Schleifer, MainArtist - Ivo Haun de Oliveira, MainArtist - Roman Melish, MainArtist - Hubertus de Salinis, Composer Copyright : Outhere Outhere

  15. 15 O tu, cara sciença mia, Musica

    Giovanni da Cascia, Composer - Anna Miklashevich, MainArtist - Roman Melish, MainArtist Copyright : Outhere Outhere

  16. 16 Uom ch’osa di veder

    La Morra, MainArtist - Paolo da Firenze, Composer Copyright : Outhere Outhere

  17. 17 Amor mi stringe assai

    La Morra, MainArtist - Paolo da Firenze, Composer Copyright : Outhere Outhere

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Here's something fascinating: music from the 14th and early 15th centuries, lost for hundreds of years, has now been rediscovered thanks to some space-age technology. Because, in fact, the original manuscripts were never lost. In reality, the paper had been scrubbed and recycled or covered over with palimpsests because of the prohibitive price of parchment at the time. And so a whole body of Florentine works from the era of Petrarch, Boccacio, Dante and Machiavelli was erased to make room for 16th century poems. A careful examination of the San Lorenzo Palimpsest revealed that multi-spectral photography (anyone who knows what that is, raise your hand…) of the pages can render the underlying layer perfectly legible, and so now 111 pages of music from the 14th century can see the light of day. After six hundred years of multi-spectral silence, these pieces are interpreted here by the La Morra ensemble, which specialises in late medieval and Renaissance music with voice and instruments like the lute, vielle, clavicymbalum and recorder. There is an intensity of emotion in hearing these pieces which until now we never knew existed, written by composers of whom we know almost nothing such as Giovanni Mazzuoli and his son Piero, Paolo da Firenze or Jacopo da Bologna. Here they take centre stage. © SM/Qobuz

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