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Concertzender Live

fri 29 may 2020 14:00 

In today’s programme we are broadcasting a recording that was made at the Early Music Festival 2019 in Utrecht: ‘Caravaggio and the art of the madrigal’ performed by Urgent Music.

You are also hearing a tribute that was paid to Renaissance composer Salomone Rossi by Profeti della Quinta, a recording from 2013.

A) ‘Caravaggio and the art of the madrigal’ performed by Urgent Music
Caravaggio is the most famous early Baroque painter of Italy and he lived and worked in Naples for a short time around 1600. Baroque violinist Veronika Skuplik, her ensemble Urgent Music and Nuria Rial (photo) bring a program based around this great master with madrigals and instrumental music from d’India, Trabaci, Strozzi and Falconieri.

Emanuelle Barbella (1718-1777)/Veronika Skuplik
1. Tinna nonna

Barbara Strozzi (1619-1677)
2. Amor dormiglione

Andrea Falconieri (ca.1585-1656)
3. Canciona dicha la Preciosa echa para Don Enrico Butler e su gallarda

Sigismundo d’India (ca.1582-1629)
4. Langue al vostro languir

Andrea Falconieri
5. Sinfonia quarta

Barbara Strozzi
6. E pazzo il mio core

Sigismundo d’India
7. Alla guerra d’amore

Andrea Falconieri
8. Batalla de Barabaso yerno de satanas
9. Non più d’amore
10. Folias
11. Pastorella ove t’ascondi
12. Fantasia echa para el muy reverendo Padre Falla

Sigismundo d’India
13. Dilectus meus

Andrea Falconieri
14. Corrente – Gallarda
15. Begl’occhi
16. Brando dicho el Melo

Encores:
17. Cavalli – anonymous
18. Eduardo di Capua – O sole mio

Urgent Music: Nuria Rial – soprano. Veronika Skuplik – violin and musical director, Franciska Hajdu – violin, Felix Knecht – cello, Andreas Arend – chitarrone, Quito Gato – chitarrone, baroque guitar
Recorded on 31 August 2019 | Hertz TivoliVredenburg, Utrecht
Technique and prodcution: Wijnand de Groot

B) Salomone Rossi – Profeti della Quinta
Salomone Rossi from Mantua wrote both secular and spiritual music, but the emphasis was on the secular. In addition to his famous collection of psalms and prayers in Hebrew, he published four books with instrumental music and no fewer than nine books with Italian secular works, including madrigals, canzonets, balletti and madrigaletti. The five singers and three musicians from Profeti della Quinta are led by Elam Rotem and bring a diptych with both styles of music written by Salomone Rossi.

Salomone Rossi (ca. 1570-1630)
19. Shir hama’alot (Psalm 128)
20. Sinfonia Prima a5 e a3 si placet
21. Tu parti, ahi lasso
22. Cor mio, deh non languire
23. Sinfonia Undecima
24. Udite, lacrimosi spiriti d’averno
25. Gagliarda a5 e a3 si placet, detta Narciso
26. Correnta terza en Brando secondo
27. Tirsi mio, caro Tirsi
28. Sinfonia quinta
29. Rimanti in pace / 2a parte: Ond’ei di morte
30. Sinfonia decima
31. Gagliarda diperata
32. Correnta sesta
33. Haleluyah haleli nafshi et Adonai (Psalm 146)
34. Sinfonia Duodecima
35. In dolci lacci a4
36. Sonata ottava aria, E tanto tempo hormai
37. Ohime, se tanto amate
38. Messaggier di speranza
39. Corrente settima
40. Gagliarda a5 e a3 si placet, detta la Zambalina
41. Pargoletta che non sai

Profeti della Quinta: Doron Schleifer, David Feldman, cantus. Dino Lüthy, Dan Dunkelblum, tenor. Katya Polin, Eva Saladin, violin. Orí Harmelin, chitarrone. Elam Rotem, bass, harpsichord and musical director
Recorded on 15 March 2013 | Vredenburg Leeuwenbergh, Utrecht
Technique: Frans de Wolff, production: Suzanne van der Pol

Additional:
Anonymus (fl. around 1680)
42. Ciaconna per violino e basso continuo in B
Veronika Skuplik, violin. Evangelina Mascardi, lute.

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