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Jordi Savall & Hesperion XX - Ensaladas, 15th-17th Century (1987) {Astrée-Auvidis E 7742}

Jordi Savall & Hesperion XX - Ensaladas, 15th-17th Century (1987) {Astrée-Auvidis E 7742}
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© 1987 Astrée / Auvidis | E 7742
Classical / Renaissance / Vocal Music

The Ensalada (musical salad) is a poetical work which combines lines in different languages, as well as instrumental sonatas. It is rooted in the medieval practice of singing different texts simultaneously, and incorporates well-known romances and madrigalist elements. Generally based on stories from Christ birth, ensaladas a big portrait, a la Janequin, occupying a midway position between art and folk music.
Anthony Bailes - Une Douceur Violente: 17th-century French Lute Music (2011, Ramee # RAM 1104) [RE-UP]

Anthony Bailes - Une Douceur Violente
17th-century french lute music by Jacques de Gallot (1625-1690), Pierre Gallot (1660-1715) & Charles Mouton (1617-1699)
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Label/Cat#: Ramee # RAM 1104 | Country/Year: France 2011
Genre: Classical | Style: Baroque, Lute Music

…The Burwell lute tutor states: "[On] other instruments we sing, but on the lute we speak". That is exactly what Bailes does, and in a very eloquent manner.
VA - Eternal Love - 17th Century German Lute Songs (2002, Naxos # 8.555935) [RE-UP]

Eternal Love - 17th Century German Lute Songs
Songs by Voigtländer, Dedekind, Selle, Bernhard, Hammerschmidt & Kremberg
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Label/Cat#: Naxos # 8.555935 | Country/Year: Europe 2002
Genre: Classical | Style: Baroque
Ensemble Meridien; Laia Frigole, Juan de la Rubia - A German Soul: Devotional Music from 17th-century Hamburg (2014)

A German Soul - Devotional Music from 17th-century Hamburg (2014)
Ensemble Méridien; Laia Frigolé, soprano; Juan de la Rubia, organ

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Genre: Classical | Label: Brilliant Classics | # 94717 | Time: 01:04:06

This stylishly devised programme juxtaposes cantatas by Rosenmüller, Krieger and Buxtehude with instrumental chorales and sonatas by Scheidemann, Praetorius, Tunder and Weckmann; most of these now known, if at all widely, as forerunners to Bach rather than as fine musicians in their own right as they deserve to be. During the 17th and 18th centuries, Hamburg became a leading commercial port where material and cultural goods circulated freely. Ensemble Méridien has chosen this city as the focal point of a fascinating musical journey through northern Germany, a journey that reveals different aspects of this artistic power. The port of Hamburg was also the driving force behind the north German organ school of the time. Churches were overflowing with magnificent organs, and their building and playing techniques reached extremely high standards, as is evident from the organ music included here. Though most of the music in this recital has been recorded before, it has only appeared on relatively obscure labels, and not in this imaginative context where one may more fully appreciate its dramatic as well as musical merits.
The Broadside Band - Popular Tunes In 17th Century England (1980) HM 1039 - Original FR Pressing - LP In 24bit/96kHz

The Broadside Band - Popular Tunes In 17th Century England
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Label: Harmonia Mundi/HM 1039 | Release: 1980 | Genre: Early-Baroque

Time to listen some ancient music, in this ocassion to the natural heirs of David Munrow & The Early Music Consort: The Broadside Band, extraordinary British band of early music, specializing in early baroque. I advise hear their particular version of "Greensleeves", terrific!
The King's Noyse - Stravaganze: 17th Century Italian Songs and Dances (1995)

Stravaganze: 17th Century Italian Songs and Dances (1995)
The King's Noyse; David Douglas, director & violin; Andrew Lawrence-King, harp

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Genre: Classical | Label: Harmonia Mundi | # HMU 907159 | Time: 01:18:34

The King's Noyse are a terrific ensemble who have made a lot of very good discs indeed over the years. This is among them. It is billed as a disc from 1995 of dance music and song from Italy between about 1580 and 1650, which though strictly accurate, may be a little misleading. Lively dance rhythms are certainly there, but a good deal of the disc is contemplative and sometimes rather melancholy in feel. There are single works by both Monteverdi and Gesualdo but the other works are largely by much more obscure composers, and although I know a little of some like Rovetta and Castello, most were completely new to me. I always like to be introduced to new composers, and the music is very fine throughout the disc.
The Misfortunes of Alonso Ramírez: The True Adventures of a Spanish American with 17th-Century Pirates

The Misfortunes of Alonso Ramírez: The True Adventures of a Spanish American with 17th-Century Pirates by Fabio López Lázaro
English | 2011 | ISBN: 0292726317, 0292743890 | 256 pages | PDF | 29 MB
Musicke & Mirth - Division-Musick: The Art Of Diminution In England In The 17th Century [2012, Official Download 24bit/88,2kHz]

Musicke & Mirth - Division-Musick: The Art Of Diminution In England In The 17th Century
Works by John Jenkins, William Lawes, Christopher Simpson, Thomas Baltzar, Solomon Eccles
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Label/Cat#: Ramée # RAM 1204 | Country/Year: France 2012
Genre: Classical | Style: Baroque, Sacred | Source: Qobuz

”Division-Musick“ is a term used by Christopher Simpson during the 17th century to describe a typically English improvisatory style of diminution. Musicians generally used short bass melodies called grounds as the basis for intricate and virtuoso diminutions, beginning with simple and slow melodies over a bass melody, and ending with very fast and virtuosic diminutions after a varying number of repetitions of the melody. Both singers and instrumentalists practiced this art of diminution, but the preferred instrument for divisions was the so-called ”division viol“. This CD aims to give some audible insight into English virtuosity in the Baroque era.
Anthony Bailes - Une Douceur Violente: 17th-century French Lute Music (2011)

Anthony Bailes - Une Douceur Violente
17th-century french lute music by Jacques de Gallot (1625-1690), Pierre Gallot (1660-1715) & Charles Mouton (1617-1699)
EAC+LOG+CUE | WV: 298 MB | Full Artwork | 5% Recovery Info
Label/Cat#: Ramee # RAM 1104 | Country/Year: France 2011
Genre: Classical | Style: Baroque, Lute Music

…The Burwell lute tutor states: "[On] other instruments we sing, but on the lute we speak". That is exactly what Bailes does, and in a very eloquent manner.

The Trio Sonata In 17th-century Italy / London Baroque (2012)  Music

Posted by peotuvave at April 20, 2013
The Trio Sonata In 17th-century Italy / London Baroque (2012)

The Trio Sonata In 17th-century Italy / London Baroque (2012)
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Genre: Classical | Label: Bis | Catalog Number: 1795

In their survey of the trio sonata, London Baroque has already visited France, England and Germany and now arrives at the birthplace of the genre – Italy in the 17th Century. In this period, instrumental music was becoming important in its own right, and soon the violin was recognized as the ideal vehicle for this new style.