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Entrata

thu 13 nov 2008 19:00 

Two different interpretations by Les Witches and harpsichord player Guy Penson of music from the Manuscrit Susanne van Soldt, are compared to each other.

In this Entrata, we become ‘Discotable’ for an hour. We compare two interpretations of the same manuscript, the ‘Manuscrit Susanne van Soldt’ from 1599. The performers are French ensemble Les Witches and Flemish harpsichord Guy Penson (on two different virginals) with recorder player Patrick Denecker.
The pieces of music from this manuscript are traditional dances and psalms from the Netherlands, the variations are probably made by the two copyists.
1. – Preludium.
Brande champanje.
Guy Penson, virginal "mother & child".
Preludium.
Brande Champanje.
Les Witches.
2. – (Sans titre).
Guy Penson, virginal "muselaer". Patrick Denecker, recorder.
XXXI (sans titre).
Les Witches.
3. – Alemande Loreyne.
Guy Penson, virginal "mother & child".
Allemande Loreyne.
Les Witches.
4. – Ghij Herder Israels Wylt Hooren.
Guy Penson, virginal "mother & child".
Ghij Herder Israels Wylt Hooren, den 80 sallem.
Les Witches.
5. – De quadre galliard.
Guy Penson, virginal "mother & child".
Herr ick wil u uyt ‘s herter grond (variations: Johann Jacob van Eyck).
Patrick Denecker, recorder.
Almande trycottee.
Guy Penson, virginal "mother & child".
6. – Almande de symmerman.
Guy Penson, virginal "mother & child".
Almande de symmerman.
Les Witches.
7. Susanna Vung Jour.
Les Witches.
8. – De frans galliard.
Guy Penson, virginal "mother & child".
De frans galliard.
Les Witches.
9. – Brabanschen ronden dans ofte Brand.
Guy Penson, virginal "mother & child".
Brabanschen ronden dans ofte Brand.
Les Witches.

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