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Ensemble Leones & Marc Lewon - Argentum et Aurum: Musical Treasures from the Early Habsburg Renaissance (2015)

14-03-2015, 12:11
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Ensemble Leones & Marc Lewon - Argentum et Aurum: Musical Treasures from the Early Habsburg Renaissance (2015)

Artist: Ensemble Leones & Marc Lewon
Title Of Album: Argentum et Aurum: Musical Treasures from the Early Habsburg Renaissance
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Naxos / 8.573346
Genre: Classical
Quality: 320 / FLAC
Total Time: 78:36 min
Total Size: 179 / 393 MB
WebSite: Album Preview


Heinrich Isaac (1450/55-1517): Argentum et aurum*—3:11
Neidhart: Vyol – Urlaub hab der wintter—6:37
Hugo von Montfort (1357-1423): Ich fragt ain wachter—6:13
The Monk of Salzburg (late 14th c.): Das kchúhorn – Untarnslaf—1:37
Oswald von Wolkenstein (c.1377-1445): Skak – Frölich geschrai so well wir machen—1:15
Anon. (late 14th c.): Soyt tart tempre—1:31
Anon. (late 14th c.): Or sus vous dormes trop—5:57
Oswald von Wolkenstein: Durch Barbarei, Arabia—2:31
Neidhart: Der sunnen glanst*—4:44
Neidhart: Do man den gumpel gampel sank—8:18
Oswald von Wolkenstein: Freu dich, du weltlich creatúr—2:16
Oswald von Wolkenstein: Zergangen ist meins herzen we—5:03
Anon. (c.1400): Gegrusset seistu maria*—5:36
Hermann Edlerawer*—2:58
Anon. (15th c.): Von osterreich – Sig, säld und heil*—0:57
Anon. (late 15th c.): So stee ich hie auff diser erd—1:04
Anon. (mid-15th c.): Alle dei filius*—2:12
Anon. (early 15th c.): My ladi, my ladi, myn happ*—1:32
Guillaume Du Fay (1397-1474): Seigneur Leon—1:20
Anon. (late 15th c.): Gespile, liebe gespile gút—0:50
Anon. (late 15th c.): Es sassen höld in ainer stuben*—0:51
Anon. (late 15th c.): Ich sachs ains mals*—1:08
Oswald von Wolkenstein? and Nicolaus Krombsdorfer? (d. 1479): Heýa, heýa nun wie si grollen*—0:59
Johannes Martini (c.1430/40-1497): La Martinella—2:07
Anon. (early 16th c.): Pavane—1:30
Anon. (early 16th c.): Mantúaner dantz—1:23
Paul Hofhaimer (1459-1537): Gottes namen faren wir—1:47
Pfabinschwantz (fl. c.1500): Maria zart, von edler art*—3:11

The period of the early Habsburgs, from c.1340 to c.1520, saw the development of a richly diverse musical culture in the Austrian region. This pioneering selection, the product of an extensive research project conducted at the University of Vienna, presents an overview of music in everyday life, in many cases in première recordings performed by Ensemble Leones. The music is sacred and secular, allowing the listener to eavesdrop on Tyrolean palaces, dance halls and bourgeois homes, and on the singer-poets who travelled the country where old local styles fused with the latest international fashions.

This recording is the product of much specialist work at the University of Vienna, conducted as part of a research project called 'Musical life of the Late Middle Ages in the Austrian Region'. It documents music of the early Habsburg period from around 1340 to c.1520. There are a number of world première recordings of recently discovered music as well as hitherto unknown pieces in this disc. Ensemble Leones have attempted in their performances to recreate the musical ethos of the time and are highly regarded specialists in this repertoire with several recordings to their name composer Arvo Pärt has praised their performances!

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