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From the legendary Albani's library in Urbino, a collection of recordings, many of which unpublished, of anonymous ma- nuscripts alternated to compositions by the two most famous lutenists of Rome at the time: Vincenzo Pinti and Lorenzo Tracetti. The repertoire of this Album captures an almost magical moment in which two different musical tendencies meet briefly, only to separate with the establishment of the Baroque style. On the one hand the tradition of Roman polyphony, on the other the revolution in Baroque music. However, these two aspects are hardly presented separately, rather they are combined in the same piece, where strict meditation and sudden changes of atmosphere and sound alternate.
From the legendary Albani's library in Urbino, a collection of recordings, many of which unpublished, of anonymous ma- nuscripts alternated to compositions by the two most famous lutenists of Rome at the time: Vincenzo Pinti and Lorenzo Tracetti. The repertoire of this Album captures an almost magical moment in which two different musical tendencies meet briefly, only to separate with the establishment of the Baroque style. On the one hand the tradition of Roman polyphony, on the other the revolution in Baroque music. However, these two aspects are hardly presented separately, rather they are combined in the same piece, where strict meditation and sudden changes of atmosphere and sound alternate.
8051773570971
Andrea Damiani - Lute Books Of Orazio Albani Da Urbino

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Format: CD
Label: URANIA
Rel. Date: 04/07/2023
UPC: 8051773570971

Lute Books Of Orazio Albani Da Urbino
Artist: Andrea Damiani
Format: CD
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From the legendary Albani's library in Urbino, a collection of recordings, many of which unpublished, of anonymous ma- nuscripts alternated to compositions by the two most famous lutenists of Rome at the time: Vincenzo Pinti and Lorenzo Tracetti. The repertoire of this Album captures an almost magical moment in which two different musical tendencies meet briefly, only to separate with the establishment of the Baroque style. On the one hand the tradition of Roman polyphony, on the other the revolution in Baroque music. However, these two aspects are hardly presented separately, rather they are combined in the same piece, where strict meditation and sudden changes of atmosphere and sound alternate.
        
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