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Performer: Rolf Lislevand
Title: Diminuito
Style: Chamber Music,Vocal Music
Duration: 58:06
Released: November 2, 2009
Size MP3 version: 1314 mb
Size FLAC version: 1467 mb
Size WMA version: 1291 mb
Rating: 4.3
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Genre: Classical

Rolf Lislevand - Diminuito mp3 download


This album has an average beat per minute of 116 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 81/142 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. BPM Profile Diminuito. Album starts at 81BPM, ends at 114BPM (+33), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Rolf Lislevand.

Diminuito ‎(CD, Album). ECM New Series, ECM New Series, ECM Records, ECM Records. ECM New Series 2088, B0013355-02, ECM 2088.

Album · 2009 · 10 Songs. Music for a While - Improvisations on Purcell. Christina Pluhar & L'Arpeggiata.

Based on Italian Renaissance sources from the 16th century - madrigals, chansons and virtuoso lute music - the new program goes even further back - from the "seconda pratica" of monophonic expressiveness to the "prima pratica" of polyphonic complexity. The album was recorded at the monastery of St. Gerold with a line-up including two of Trio Mediaeval's delightful sopranos, Anna Maria Friman and Linn Andrea Fuglesth.

Rolf Lislevand Ensemble. Rolf Lislevand Ensemble. La Perra Mora, 04:26. Canon, la Spagna, Passamezzo Gaillard, Recercada Segunda, 06:09. Vestiva I Colli, Recercada Quinta, 06:30.

Rolf Lislevand (30 December 1961 in Oslo, Norway), is a Norwegian performer of Early music specialising on lute, vihuela, baroque guitar and theorbo. From 1980 to 1984, Lislevand studied classical guitar at the Norwegian Academy of Music. In 1984 he entered the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis in Switzerland, under the tutelage of lutenists Hopkinson Smith and Eugen Dombois up to 1987 when he moved to Italy

The album title Diminuito refers to the praxis of virtuosic ornamentation of vocal lines, the diminution of larger rhythmic and harmonic units in most agile runs, scales and arpeggi. The album was recorded in St. Gerold with line-up including the delightful sopranos of Anna Maria Friman and Linn Andrea Fuglesth. To my way of thinking, reconstructions are fairly boring. Do we really want to pretend that nothing happened in music between 1550 and today? I think that would be intellectually dishonest. And the notion that people did not deal freely with their feelings until today is not only.

Now his new album ‘Diminuito’ goes a few decades further into the past. Recorded in the spacious acoustics of St. Gerold’s Church in the Vorarlberg region of Austria, ‘Diminuito’ is devoted to madrigals, chansons and virtuoso lute music of the Renaissance, offering what might be called the ‘backstory’ to the nuove musiche around 1600, once again from the vantage point of the solo plucked string instrument. Jahrhunderts auf „Nuove Musiche (2006) geht Rolf Lislevand mit seinem neuen Album noch einige Jahrzehnte weiter zurück in die Vergangenheit. Diminuito, aufgenommen in der großzügigen Akustik der Propstei St. Gerold in Vorarlberg, widmet sich Madrigalen, Chansons und virtuoser Lautenmusik der Renaissance. Die Aufnahme liefert – wiederum aus der Perspektive des solistischen Zupfinstruments – gleichsam die Vorgeschichte der „Neuen Musik um 1600.

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Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Ricercare primo Rolf Lislevand 5:02
2 Saltarello, for lute Rolf Lislevand 2:35
3 Piva (from il Libro del Cortegiano) Rolf Lislevand 3:57
4 Petit Jacquet (Terzi) / Quinta pars (Ortiz) Diego Ortiz / Giovanni Antonio Terzi Rolf Lislevand 9:43
5 La Perra Mora (El Cancionero de Medinaceli) Rolf Lislevand 4:26
6 Susanne un jour (Terzi) / Recercada settima (Ortiz) Diego Ortiz / Giovanni Antonio Terzi Rolf Lislevand 10:15
7 Canon: La Spagna (Milano) / Passamezzo Gaillard (Robinson) / Recercada segunda (Ortiz) Francesco Canova da Milano / Diego Ortiz / Thomas Robinson Rolf Lislevand 6:09
8 Fantasia que contrahaze la harpa en la manera de Luduvico Rolf Lislevand 5:14
9 Vestiva i colli (Terzi) / Recercada quinta (Ortiz) Diego Ortiz / Giovanni Antonio Terzi Rolf Lislevand 6:30
10 Tourdion Rolf Lislevand 4:15

Credits

Marco Ambrosini - Nyckelharpa
Michael Behringer - Clavichord, Organ
Kerstin Braun - Liner Note Translation
Francesco Canova da Milano - Composer
Manfred Eicher - Producer
Anna Maria Friman - Vocals
Linn Andrea Fuglseth - Vocals
Markus Heiland - Recording Supervision
Thor Harald Johnsen - Chitarrone, Lute, Vihuela
Bjørn Kjellemyr - Unknown Contributor Role
Sascha Kleis - Design
Jean-Guy Lathuilière - Cover Photo
Rolf Lislevand - Liner Notes, Lute, Primary Artist, Vihuela
Roberto Masotti - Photography
David Mayoral - Percussion
Diego Ortiz - Composer
Giovanna Pessi - Harp
Thomas Robinson - Composer
Giovanni Antonio Terzi - Composer