Cipriano de Rore: Ancor che col partire Marie Bournisien
- Cipriano de Rore (1515-1565)
- 1Ancor che co'l partire02:51
- 2Ancor che co'l partire (arr. A. de Cabezon for harp)03:22
- 3Non e ch'il duol02:56
- 4Sine nomine a 503:58
- 5Anchor che col partire (arr. G.B. Bovicelli)03:32
- 6Io canterei d'amor02:16
- 7Susann'un iour02:37
- 8Anchor che col partire (arr. A. Gabrieli and B. Schmidt for organ)03:24
- 9Non e ch'il duol (arr. P. Phalese for lute)03:56
- 10Io canterei d'amor (arr. G. Bassano for chamber ensemble)03:26
- 11Non vide'l mondo (arr. G. Dalla Casa for 4 viols)03:18
- 12Non gemme non fin' oro (arr. G. Dalla Casa for bass viol and harpsichord)03:40
- 13Anchor che col partire (arr. G. Bassano for chamber ensemble)02:57
- 14Calami sonum ferentes (arr. for bass viol and violone)05:08
- 15Mon petit cueur04:51
- 16Anchor che col partire (arr. A. de Cabezon for 4 bassoons)03:45
- 17Ave regina caelorum04:40
- 18Anchor che col partire (arr. G. Bassano for bassoon and organ)02:56
- 19Angelus ad Pastores (arr. G.B. Bovicelli for soprano, bassoon and organ)03:40
Info for Cipriano de Rore: Ancor che col partire
This album marks a double celebration. The Ricercar early-music label is 35 this year. To add extra lustre to that birthday, they have made some new recordings, with their own musicians, of works by the renowned Renaissance composer Cipriano de Rore.
Ricercar celebrates its 35th anniversary with a homage to the greatest Flemish composer of the Renaissance. The works of Cipriano de Rore (1515/16 – 1565) remained extremely popular until well after his death. Several of his madrigals later appeared in dozens of ornamented versions and continued to do so until the beginning of the 17th century; this was an extraordinary success for the time.
Ricercar’s leading ensembles of singers and instrumentalists have each made their own original contribution to this recording, providing a complete overview of de Rore’s sacred and secular works. The madrigal Ancor che col partire binds the entire recording together, firstly through the original setting with its erotically charged text and secondly through many instrumental versions that were soon made from it.
In this, our thirty-fifth anniversary year, as we continue to hear about the supposedly inevitable decline of recordings as we know it, this project alone dares to believe that recording is not dead; it is still able to provide a medium for the unusual works that have created its specific identity and educative values, for such works promote both curiosity and the creation of a musical consciousness.
Ricercar’s philosophy and artistic policies continue unchanged; these bear their fruits in its recordings, wonderfully illuminated pages of a vast History of Early Music.
Marie Bournisien, harp
Mariana Flores, soprano
Paulin Bündgen, counter-tenor
Bernard Foccroulle, organ
Miguel Henry, lute
Jean Tubéry, cornet
Juliette Perret, soprano
Jean Tubéry, recorder
Chœur de Chambre de Namur
Leonardo García Alarcón
Lionel Meunier, conductor
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