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Never heard of keyboard works by Caccini. Aren't you mixing something up?
Good catch. I should have said that works in Level 7 are not, "curated", so there may be errors. It looks like these, the first one at any rate, is Frescobaldi. He's coming next week. I'll dig deeper.Never heard of keyboard works by Caccini. Aren't you mixing something up?...
David Thomas, I think.Be sure to hear Rooley's Pilgrime's Solace (Dowland) - some amazing singing on it. Who is that in the first song - Disdain me still? I can't see who it is from the booklet. He does a good job!
(Vague memories that I noticed this before years ago, investigated and promptly forgot.)
I listened to This is a Record of John on this:The Red Byrd recording of Gibbons's This is the Record of John is a great favourite of mine...
There's another Kapsberger piece coming tomorrow, Canarios. Jordi Savall and Hespèrion XXI's improvisation around the theme is a great favourite of mine. I'm never certain of the authenticity of anything Savall does, but he does produce some pretty music.... If you enjoyed the Kapsberger toccata, he wrote a second one in the same style, in Book 4. (It's too baroque for me! But if you explore it, check Toccata 1 of Book 4 - it is one of the most magnificent things Kapsberger wrote.)