The Art of Flemish Song CD

Price: $15.99
Duo LiveOak
Renaissance Music by Josquin, LaRue, Willaert and others

Nancy Knowles: soprano, flute
Frank Wallace: baritone, vihuelas de mano

Released: in 1991 by Centaur Records CD – CRC 2109

Instruments: vihuela de mano in G by John Rollins (Washington); vihuela de mano in E by Nico van der Waals (Holland)

01 Autant en emporte Pierre de La Rue
02 Tous les regretz Antoine Brumel
03 Trop plus de secretz Pierre de La Rue
04 Il viendra le jour Pierre de La Rue
05 Trop plus de secretz Pierre de La Rue
06 Fors seulement Matthaeus Pipelare
07 Mille regretz Josquin Des Préz
08 Guillaume se va chauffer Josquin Des Préz
09 Mon père m’a donné mari Heinrich Isaac
10 Ricercare for Lute no 6 Vincenzo Capirola
11 Christe de si dedero Alexander Agricola
12 Ik draghe de mutse clutse Jacob Obrecht
13 Een Wrolic wesen Jacobus Barbireau
14 In te Domine speravi, per trovar pietà Josquin Des Préz
15 A quando, a quando haveva Adrian Willaert
16 O bene mio famm’uno favore Adrian Willaert
17 Vecchie letrose Adrian Willaert
18 Fantasia Mudarra
19 Fantasia Mudarra
20 Cancion Gombert/Narvaez
21 Qui tollis peccata mundi Josquin Des Préz
22 Qu’es mi vida preguntays Johannes Ockeghem
23 Nunca fué pena major Johannes Wreede
24 De la Momera Johannes Ockeghem

Most of the great composers of the Renaissance hailed from the Lowlands. Even the first of the great cancioneros of Spain, the Cancionero de Segovia, is filled with foreign composers of Flemish name. Heard here in original tablatures and the scholarly arrangements of Frank Wallace, melodies soar and intertwine in the acoustics of Sant Esteve de Olius, Romanesque church of Catalunya, Spain.

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