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The Idea of the recording project La Dolce Vista has been supported since the beginning by the desire to relive and contextualize the music of the court of Federico da Montefeltro in the original settings of the Urbino Renaissance. The intrinsic role that this music played in life at the Palace, inspired the artistis to look for a relationship between this settings and the music composed and performed therein. In this sense the possibility to play and to record coeval compositionsdirectly related to the life of Federico, finds in yhese venues the greatest coherence as much nin terms of this ideal relationship as for it's loyalty to the original acousic effect.
Ensemble BELLA GERIT - Ensemble LAUS VERIS - FIFFARO CONSORT
ILARIA SEVERO, voce
SIMONE SORINI, voce, liuto
DAVID MONACCHI, voce, liuto, viola da mano
ENEA SORINI, voce, salterio, naqquara, tamburo, tamburello
GIORDANO CECCOTTI, viola da gamba, ribeca, ribecone
DANIELE BERNARDINI, fl. con tamburo. fl. doppio, altobasso, fl. dritti, bombarda, cromorno
Con la partecipazione di:
ANGELIKA MOTHS, organo portativo
CRISTINA TERNOVEC, viola da gamba, ribecone
NICOLAS SANSARLAT, lira da braccio
MAURO MORINI, trombone
LUIGI GERMINI, trombone
CRISTINA BERNARDINI, cromorno, flauti dritti
GIOVANNI BRUGNAMI, cromorno, flauti dritti, flauto con tamburo
DIR. PIERCARLO FONTEMAGI, coro della Cappella Musicale SS. Sacramento
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