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Luca Pianca – Nobilissimo Istromento (24/192 FLAC)

Luca Pianca - Nobilissimo Istromento (24/192 FLAC)

Luca Pianca – Nobilissimo Istromento (24/192 FLAC)

Performer: Luca Pianca
Format: FLAC (tracks)
Label: Passacaille
Release: 2021
Size: 2.67 GB
Recovery: +3%
Scan: yes

01. Francesco da Milano – Fantasia 65
02. Francesco da Milano – Fantasia 30
03. Giovanni Maria da Crema – Ricercar II
04. Claudin de Sermisy, Francesco da Milano – Las je m’y plains
05. Vincenzo Capirola – Ricercare alla spagnola
06. Francesco da Milano – Canone a 2
07. Perino Fiorentino – Fantasia I
08. Francesco da Milano – Fantasia 7
09. Francesco Bendusi – Ballo detto “Incognito”
10. Francesco da Milano – Fantasia 33
11. Jean Richafort, Francesco da Milano – De mon triste déplaisir
12. Vincenzo Capirola – Ricercar IX
13. Francesco da Milano – Fantasia 1
14. Giulio Cesare Barbetta – Fantasia 7
15. Francesco da Milano – Fantasia 15
16. Francesco da Milano – Fantasia 34 “La Compagna”
17. Orazio Vecchi – So ben mi chi ha bon tempo
18. Francesco da Milano – Fantasia 87
19. Francesco da Milano – Fantasia 10
20. Giovanni Maria da Crema – Ricercar XV
21. Francesco da Milano – Fantasia 61
22. Giulio Segni da Modena – Fantasia ottava
23. Francesco da Milano – Fantasia (Ricercar?) 90
24. Vincenzo Capirola – Ricercar VI
25. Francesco da Milano – Fantasia 67
26. Antonio Rotta – Ricercare 4
27. Francesco da Milano – Fantasia 5
28. Joan Ambrosio Dalza – Calata alla spagnola
29. Francesco da Milano – Fantasia 22

The Italian Renaissance is the golden age of the lute. In quality and quantity, the lute pieces from this period are comparable to the piano works of the 19th century. Most of the works selected for this recording are by Francesco da Milano, an extraordinary virtuoso and gifted composer who was also known as “Il Divino” (the Divine), an epithet he shared with Michelangelo and Monteverdi. In addition to lute pieces by da Milano, the recording also includes other equally outstanding works by contemporaries, among them some of the Milanese’s pupils. Thanks to this selection, it is easy to comprehend still today why the lute was considered the noblest instrument of all in the 16th century: Il nobilissimo istromento.

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