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Chanson, fottola and villancico: early 16th century songs with lute and vihuela

When
Thursday July 12, 2018 at 6:30 pm
Where
Museum of Bath Architecture, Bath
Tickets
£12 at the door, £10 in advance
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  1. In te domine speravi - Josquin des Prés
  2. Io non compro più speranza - Marchetto Cara
  3. Non e tempo d'aspettare - Marchetto Cara
  4. Ostinato Vo' Seguire - Bartolomeo Tromboncino
  5. Recercare - Francesco Spinacino
  6. Recercar - Joan Ambrosio Dalza
  7. Al alba venid - Anonymous
  8. Si la noche - Diego Pisador
  9. Falai minha amor - Luis de Milan
  10. Con qué la lavaré? - Miguel de Fuenllana
  11. Paseábase el rey moro - Luys de Narváez
  12. Cancion del Emperador (sobre 'Mille Regretz' de Josquin) - Luys de Narváez
  13. Mille regretz - Josquin des Prés
  14. Il me suffit - Claudin de Sermisy
  15. D'ou vient cela, belle - Claudin de Sermisy
  16. Tant que vivray - Claudin de Sermisy

Musicke in the Ayre continue their season of early music concerts in the Countess of Huntingdon's Chapel with a recital of very early repertoire for voice and plucked strings. Din Ghani will use lute and its Spanish counterpart, the vihuela (both made by him) to accompany soprano Carmel Edwards in music originally printed in France, Italy and Spain in the infancy of music publishing, during the first half of the 16th century. This is music marked by its immediacy, and its freshness in spite of its age. The ear will be drawn in by the variations in idiom and style across the three countries, with charming chansons from France, frolicsome frottole from Italy, and pensive villancicos from Spain.


Venue
Museum of Bath Architecture
The Paragon, The Vineyards
Bath
Somerset
BA1 5NA
England
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