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An educational programme featuring early music.

400 years ago, Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck died. Episode 3: Sweelincks musical sources: Italy and England.

Sweelinck’s musical role models originated from Italy and England. Sweelinck’s instrumental works can be divided into fantasias, toccatas, variations on secular songs and dances, chorale variations, and Echo Fantasias.

Sweelinck composed his Fantasias and toccatas to Venetian model. In this episode, we will hear many works for harpsichords.

 

Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck (1562-1621)
1. Fantasia d2
Pieter Dirksen, replica Johannes Ruckers-harpsichord (Sebastian Nuñez)

2. Toccata C3
Reinhard Jaud, Elbert-organ Hofkerk, Innsbruck
(CD Sweelinck The Complete Keyboard Works. NM Classics 92119)

Giovanni de Macque (1548/50-1614)
3. Amor, io sento un respirar, a 6
Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck
4. Amor, io sento un respirar, a 3
Andrea Gabrieli (ca. 1510-1586)
5. Dolcissimo ben mio, a 6
Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck
6. Dolcissimo ben mio, a 3
Gesualdo Consort conducted by Harry van der Kamp
(CD JPS. De Wereldlijke Werken CD2, Glossa GES 922401-NL)

Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck
7. Est-ce Mars
Siebe Henstra, replica Ruckers-harpsichord from 1637 (Herwil van Gelder, 1993)

8. Poolse Almande
Menno van Delft, Johannes Ruckers-harpsichord (1640)
(CD Sweelinck The Complete Keyboard Works. NM Classics 92119)

John Dowland (1562-1626)
9. Flow my tears
Henry Mudrow, tenor. Hans van Gelderen, guitar
(CD Schubert & the Blues. H & H 003)

Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck
10. Pavana Lachrimae
Glenn Wilson, Johannes Ruckers-harpsichord (1640)
(CD Sweelinck The Complete Keyboard Works. NM Classics 92119)

 

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