A journey through his life, narrated in the tradition of cantari...
SEX, LIES AND... MUSICAL TALES Venice, XVIth century The most...
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The ars nova of magister Antonio Zacara da Teramo (ca. 1365-1416)
Polyphonic Mottetts & Rondeau by Adam de La Halle
ENSEMBLE ARIOSE VAGHEZZE Minni...
ENSEMBLE ARIOSE VAGHEZZE
Minni Diodati - Soprano
Raffaele Tiseo - 1° Violino
Federico Valerio - 2° Violino
Gianni La Marca - Viola da Gamba
Debora Capitanio - Clavicembalo
Provenzale, Vinci, Matteis, Leo, Cavalli, Falconieri, Barbella
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The "Ariose Vaghezze" Ensemble dedicates this concert to musical Naples in the early 1700s with a title that goes well with the song by Monteverdi published in 1632 and contained in "Scherzi musicali cioè arie et madrigali”:
Zefiro torna e di soavi accenti
l'aer fa grato e'il pié discioglie a l'onde
e, mormoranda tra le verdi fronde,
fa danzar al bel suon su'l prato i fiori.
This quote from Monteverdi inspired the choice of title. The Naples of the Soavi Accenti is precisely that of the late 1600s / early 1700s.
The authors, all active in Naples in the period described (with the sole exception of Francesco Cavalli, born in Crema but Venetian by adoption), lead us on a highly effective "musical" journey.
The live performance enhances the taste and tradition of the time and the use of baroque instruments makes us better enjoy the works proposed the following authors:
Francesco Provenzale (Naples, 25 September 1632 - Naples, 6 September 1704), Leonardo Vinci (Strongoli, 1696 - Naples, 27 May 1730), Nicola Matteis (Naples, between 1640 and 1650 - after 1713), Lionardo Oronzo Salvatore de Leo, known as Leonardo Leo (San Vito dei Normanni, August 5, 1694 - Naples, October 31, 1744), Francesco Cavalli (Cream, 14 February 1602 - Venice, 14 January 1676), Andrea Falconieri, also known as Falconiero (Napoli , 1585 or 1586 - Naples, 29 July 1656), Emanuele Barbella (Naples, 14 April 1718 - Naples, 1 January 1777)
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