On RCA (seon division):
de Rore, Arcadelt, Verdelot
FRUHE ITALIENISCHE MADRIGALE
early Italian Madrigals- Madrigaux Italien anciens
Capella antiqua Munchen- Konrad Ruhland. (2 LP's)
Spanish Dances music of renaissance (2LP's)
On Harmonia Mundi:
Once again all I have found of his is cameo on compilations but darn good organ and harpsichord.
Will there ever be a CD devoted to Jacques Buus alone, he is just as great as Antonio De Cabezon, in my book?
What do you guys think of Buus musical achievement so far, I think he fantastic!
There Gesualdo rendition is an exemple, what a rendition this is folks, I will agree on the following statement some people find this ensemble too baroque music sounding for renaissance, maybe, maybe not... judge by yourself, they have nice velvety voices. I happen to have also De Wert madrigals...
I have all the graindelavoix releases, needless to says, I love em quite a lot, tonight I'm revisiting them, whit there Gilles de Binchois and perhaps another favorite ensemble, you guessed it The consort of musicke maybe Gesualdo or Josquin wich are both excellent.
What do you guys think of...
All i have by Giaches De Wert is splendid music to my ears, his Motets & his madrigals, never heard one of his missa does, if I'M correct.
Here all I own by Giaches De Wert*
a classical composer, to be discover or re-discover, the missing link between franco-flemish and Itaalians early to mid...
Tonight Im revisiting all madrigalist of Italian origin
Luca Marenzio: very harmonic and pretty music
Luzzasco Luzzaschi: a slightly dissonant polyphonist pal whit Don Carlo Da Gesualdo de Venosa and last but not least Azzaiolo.
These for me are the finest Italian madrigalists ever, prove me...
Right now Im listening to is works, a platter of resistance
Consort of Musicke= his Madrigali album
Graindelavoix= nice effort whit him
And Brabant Ensemble lead by mister Stephen Rice of course, great man, I salute you sir :tiphat:
Goodnight ladies & Gentlemen!
Im tired , I fast walk...
I definitely like both, premium label of 20th century, oldies, I aknowwledge but timeless experience, Than Lyricord, I have two releases, thee Gombert Missa De Pacem + motets of eminent members of Franco-Flemish school, of audio artform, polyphony done in the Burgundy kingdom & Giovanni...
Daedalus ensemble & Roberto Festa on Accent label done a quite wonderful job whit: La Favola di Orlando, there also are fews other notable achievements in recordings such as:
II rossetto Domenico Blanchini (book of lute) 1546 whit 3 works, there is also Bnf vocal music appearance several of em...
Primo Lambert de Sayve: I got Capella Flamenca ensemble effort, quite remarquable, distinct award I GIVE IT A DECENT 10/10 A+.
Then there offering of Coeurs de Chambre de Namur on Ricercare, I find it exquisite give's a 10/10 only, fair enough I think.
Secondo laurels of glory goes to Gery de...
This is a good one, see Pierre Luigi Da Palestrina I've got into first, his format his blueprint, his pallet of colors (chromaticism).
While Tomas Louis da Victora, at first I find him too drab liturgical for my liking until I would listen to the following, but this change when I heard Nordic...
I just purchase, a wonder of an album, first and foremost, this is a Book whit a CD, now strap on thight this release is pure magic, image & sounds in motion, Bellissimo! Splendide, on heck of a release, I'm speachless, breathless and carry aways in the end.
On alpha classical Leonardo Da Vinci...
okay this take decade to uploads here my collection of LP's only so far, small but essential collection, for ancient lore classical.
Please enjoy this my English is so-so propper, not so bad, you can hear my sexy accent :tiphat:
I have almost all there releases:
Pascal de L'escocart (excellent)
Claude Lejeune (one of there best)
Roland de Lassus (well done)
and the excellent!
Guillaume de Costeley
Did you heard these superb recordings wow I ment woaw narly!
I wonder what Mandryka think of them, monsieur Votre...
Yes let's firstly talk about fabulous Franco-Flemish half-man half-God Cyprien De Rore also know as Cypriano Di Rore.
One of my major favorite composer key composer of his era, what can I say He majestical, grandioso, mighty.
I have some madrigal album digital almost all split in hald and...
I love this album whit interesting composer of respective era. Johannes Ockeghem: Intermerata Dei mater (epic), then second by a motets attrib. Josquin Desprez: Nunc Dimittis, tercio Christobal de Morales: Magnificats (Octavi Toni), quatro follow by the enigmatic Jean Lhéritier: Surrexit pastor...