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Quote from: deprofundis on May 15, 2022, 10:06:44 AMMy wish to day is to talk about the theme in renaissance of Spain & the New World, music I am revisting whit few release very great, will talk about the one of course, my comment and why is Spanish New World so darn fascinating.Ok what about a very good entry in the subject SPAIN and the New Worldthis double album is captivating, 2 hours 10+ minutes, nearly bought this one, seen it on the market and darn it was expensive so had to download it and the download was not a give away either at almost 30$ + another album I also download from Presto Music amother very good title: Los Ministries in the New World.I had the excellent Michael Cohen directed Nueva Espana and Spain in the New World my favorite so far and first entries in subject on Ricercar I presume judging by sleeve.What is so appealing about music of New World it's groovy, heck it's Spanish and instrumentation is sunny like castagnetas and so on.Any other worth to mention release, that should be point out has colorful & sunny or warm if you preffer, musically speaking.So what is your view on this subject in the depth, any album I am missing out on, if I like this kind of perticular theme music.
Quote from: Mandryka on May 25, 2022, 12:55:10 PMThis was potentially an exciting release, because the Choralis Constantinus is one of those legendary anthologies which has been little recorded. However, I think it is disappointing. The singing is a bit generic, there's no sense of individual personalities in the voices, they don't sound inspired. To compound things the sound quality is no more than OK. One problem is the size of the outfit - here's a pic of Ensemble Cantissimo.
Quote from: Que on June 12, 2022, 07:45:04 AMInteresting, I'll definitely give them [Dionysos Now! Willaert] a listen! Luckily the recordings are available in physical form... on vinyl...
Quote from: deprofundis on June 05, 2022, 02:04:30 PMPedro De Escobar ( my favorite Dealer)
Quote from: aligreto on July 11, 2022, 04:35:21 AMMusic in the Age of Leonardo Da Vinci [Ensemble Claude-Gervaise] This music features a number of different composers as well as the ubiquitous Anonymous. The music includes vocal and purely instrumental elements. I find the main vocalist, Cécile Gendron, to be quite pleasant to listen to. All of the musicians play very well both individually and collectively. However, what I particularly like about this album is the textures and sonorities of the instruments featured.
Quote from: (: premont :) on July 11, 2022, 10:54:11 AMHere is a little more information about the content and musicians:https://www.discogs.com/master/1174324-Ensemble-Claude-Gervaise-Music-In-The-Age-Of-Leonardo-Da-Vinci-Musique-Au-Temps-De-L%C3%A9onard-De-Vinci
Quote from: coffee on July 14, 2022, 11:39:35 AMThe Leuven Chansonnier is very interesting. Thanks for sharing that.
Quote from: Mandryka on July 14, 2022, 07:03:56 PMI thought the second Leuven Chansonnier CD that Sollazzo ensemble made was a bit disappointing, the music didn't seem so interesting. I'd be interested to hear other people's reactions.
Quote from: coffee on July 25, 2022, 08:06:02 PMI happened to pick up Chants de la liturgie slavonne by the Choeur des Moines de Chevetogne (I think that's something like Chants of the Slavic Liturgy by the Choir of the Monks of Chevetogne Abbey, in Belgium) but I haven't heard it yet. Anyone heard this?
Quote from: milk on August 12, 2022, 02:35:02 AMI keep forgetting where early organ music goes. Anyway, is Bovet the real deal?
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