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The Early Garden

mon 12 nov 2012 11:00 

Two hours of browsing through early music. Complex early music by Antonio Zàcara da Teramo and Johann Jakob Forberger.

This time an extensive focus on a special Italian composer from the late 14th, early 15th century: Antonio Zàcara da Teramo.
Fifty years after his death, his compositions were seen as ‘oracles’. In the present, he is seen as one of the most interesting composers of his time. A main characteristic of his work is its high level of complexity: he is part of the musical movement that we call ‘Ars subtilior’.
Works by Antonio Zàcara are alternated with some clavier works by Johann Jakob Froberger.
Antonio Zàcara da Teramo (ca.1350-ca.1413)
1. Sumite, karissimi
2. Un fior gentil m’apparse
3. Dime Fortuna poy che tu parlasti
4. Gloria, "Ad ongni vento"
Orlando Consort
(Archiv 459 620-2)
5. Credo, "Deus Deorum"
Theatre of Voices led by Paul Hillier
(Harmonia Mundi HMU 907276)
6. Gloria "Fior gentile"
7. Credo “Du village”
Mala Punica led by Pedro Memelsdorff
(Erato 0630-17069-2)
Johann Jakob Froberger (1616-1667)
8. Fantasia sopra ut, re, mi, fa, sol, la, FbWV.201
Jaroslav Tůma, clavichord
(Arta F 10184)
Antonio Zàcara da Teramo
9. Ferito m’a d’un amoroso dardo
10. Movit’a pietade
11. Benché lontan me trovi in altra parte
12. Plorans ploravi, perché la Fortuna
Currentes
(Lawo LWC 1026)
Johann Jakob Froberger
13. Partita no.3, FbWV.603 in G
Jaroslav Tůma, clavichord
(Arta F 10184)
Antonio Zàcara da Teramo
14. Nuda non era, preso altro vestito
15. Le temps verrà tamtoust après
16. Un fior gentil m’apparse
17. Rosetta che non canbi may colore
Currentes
(Lawo LWC 1026)
Johann Jakob Froberger
18. Partita auff Die Mayerin, FbWV.606
Jaroslav Tůma, clavichord
(Arta F 10184)

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