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Ensemble Amarcord
Book of Madrigals

Song NameComposer
Now Is The Month Of MayingThomas Morley
Bonjour Et Puis Quelles Nouvells?Orlando Lassus
Bonjour Mon CoeurOrlando Lassus
Come Away Come Sweet LoveJohn Dowland
Anchor Che Col PartireCipriano de Rore
Ach Elslein, Liebes ElseleinLudwig Senfl
Remember Me My DearAnonymous
Since Robin HoodThomas Weelkes
Strike It Up, TaborThomas Weelkes
Vecchie LetroseAdrian Willaert
Innsbruck, ich Muss Dich LassenHeinrich Isaac
I Love, Alas I Love TheeThomas Morley
Il Est Bel Et BonPierre Passereau
Come Again Sweet Love Doth Now InviteJohn Dowland
Mein Gmuth Ist Mir VerwirretHans Leo hassler
Weep, O Mine EyesJohn Bennet
Pastyme With Good CompanyeHenry VIII
Contrappunto Bestiale Alla MenteAdriano Banchieri

A musical journey to sixteenth-century Europe with secular vocal music of the Renaissance! The vocal ensemble amarcord brilliantly interprets the music of this epoch in its newest production "The Book of Madrigals" (RK ap 10106). With this CD, the young ensemble presents Renaissance music and madrigals by European composers such as John Dowland, Thomas Morley, Ludwig Senfl, Adriano Banchieri, Orlando de Lasso, and Josquin des Prez. Cipriano de Rore's "Anchor che col partire" - one of the most popular madrigals of its time, and in arrangements and adaptations still an "evergreen" over a century later - is also masterfully sung here. With the release of "The Book of Madrigals," amarcord has added another impressive CD to its discography.

Item code: 9860C | 1 CD | $16.95 add item to cart
Choral | Male | Germany

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