Terpsichore - Renaissance & Early Baroque Dance Music

Author: 
John Duarte

Terpsichore - Renaissance & Early Baroque Dance Music

  • Lamento di Tristan
  • Trotto
  • Salterello
  • Mascherade
  • Kemp's Jig
  • (Il) Primo libro di Balli a Quattro Voci, Schiarazula marazula
  • (Il) Primo libro di Balli a Quattro Voci, Ballo francese
  • (Il) Primo libro di Balli a Quattro Voci, Ballo ungareschia
  • Branle
  • Intavolatura di liuto libro primo, SALTARELLOS:, primo
  • Intavolatura di liuto libro primo, SALTARELLOS:, quinto
  • Intavolatura di liuto libro primo, SALTARELLOS:, settimo
  • Intavolatura di liuto libro primo, SALTARELLOS:, del predetto ballo
  • Intavolatura di liuto libro primo, Ballo detto il Conte Orlando
  • Gagliarda del Principe di Venosa
  • Barriera
  • Celeste Giglio
  • Pavana de Spaigne
  • Courante I
  • Courante II
  • Volte I
  • Volte II
  • Pavan, '(The) Funerals'
  • Noels' Galliard
  • Coranto, 'Heigh ho Holiday'
  • Galliards, K. Darcyes Galliard, P41, The most sacred Queene Elizabeth her Galliard, P41
  • Jigs, Corantos, Toys, etc, Mistris Winters Jumpe, P55
  • Alman
  • Galliard a 3
  • Galliard de Monsiuer Wustron
  • Galliarde de la guerre
  • Reprinse
  • Tantz
  • Paduan
  • Galliard
  • Catkanei
  • Basse danse La Brosse/Tripla/Tourdion
  • Basse danse La Gatta
  • Basse danse La Magdalena
  • Calata ala Spagnola
  • Judentanz
  • Welscher Tanz Wascha mesa/Hupfauff
  • Danserye, RONDES:, Mon Amy
  • Branle de Bourgogne
  • Branle de Champage
  • Passamezzo d'Italye

The original 91'40'' duration of the LPs is here reduced to 65'45'' by omitting many of the Renaissance items. Even 13 years later, when interest in such things has slightly declined, one may welcome a cavalcade of short pieces (the longest is 4'18'') when the programme is so imaginatively constructed (rightly praised by DA in his original reviews) and the performances are by players who were no longer struggling to master early instruments—Konrad Ragossnig plays the lute but the booklet shows him holding a guitar! The (pre-digital) LP sound was first rate; that of the CD is even better.'

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