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Prelude - Various - Music For Lute Of The Renaissance Era (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. This four-CD set is a reissue of six LPs, recorded between and , each devoted to the lute music of one or two major European countries: England, Italy, Spain, Poland & Hungary, Germany & the Netherlands, and France. It thus probably covers a wider spectrum of Renaissance lute music than any other single album.5/5(1).
  2. Consensus among music historians—with notable dissent—has been to start the musical Renaissance era around , with the end of the medieval era, and to close it around , with the beginning of the Baroque period. The musical Renaissance then starts about a hundred years after the beginning of the Renaissance as understood in other.
  3. The music of the Renaissance era () originated in Europe, catching up fast to the other artistic branches of the movement. Common sacred genres were the mass, the motet, the madrigale spirituale, and the laude. Secular vocal genres included the madrigal, the frottola.
  4. Various - English Renaissance And Baroque Music Edition - pestcifornotitalradesenmigasimp.coinfo Music The music is mostly lute music arranged or played on a harp. A nice disc for back ground, but not much more. The Shakespeare themed disk was good, and I liked the Tudor period music .
  5. Dec 03,  · Instrumental music from the Renaissance with a medieval touch. Branle de la torche, l'Espagnoletto Played by Theatrum Instrumentorum CD - Dulces et Fortissimae English Lute Music of the Renaissance (cc) - Duration: Caballerito de Arratia 2,, views. 22 videos Play all Renaissance period music.
  6. Music In The Renaissance Era Elizabethan Lute and Ensemble Music Peter Kun Frary. The Lute. The most important household instrument of the Renaissance was the lute. Indeed, by the late 16th century the lute was called the "king of instruments." It was ideal for home use due to its flexibility: capable of melody, harmony and counterpoint.
  7. Dec 17,  · Sacred Music From Medieval Spain: The Llibre Vermell And The Cantigas De Santa Maria - Duration: Arutha Ramiel 1,, views.
  8. Introduction. Renaissance music is music written in Europe during the Renaissance. Consensus among music historians–with notable dissent–has been to start the era around , with the end of the medieval era, and to close it around , with the beginning of the baroque period, therefore commencing the musical Renaissance about a hundred years after the beginning of the Renaissance .
  9. Renaissance music is European classical music written during the Renaissance, approximately to Defining the beginning of the era is difficult, given the lack of abrupt shifts in musical thinking during the 15th century. Additionally, the process by which music acquired "Renaissance" characteristics was a gradual one, but is used here.

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