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All Music Guide - Mike D. Brownell
The Trigonale Festival of Early Music is, by its own admission, a relative newcomer to the early music scene, having only been formed in 2003. Still, like other festivals of its kind, it seeks to fill a niche by exposing the people in the southern-most state in Austria to live performances of early music. This album features live performances from the 2007 festival. The quality of these performances varies greatly between the different ensembles. Well-established groups like the Hilliard Ensemble deliver what listeners would expect: stunning displays of virtuosic vocal control that could captivate listeners for hours. Other groups give performances of varying quality ...
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All Music Guide - Mike D. Brownell
The Trigonale Festival of Early Music is, by its own admission, a relative newcomer to the early music scene, having only been formed in 2003. Still, like other festivals of its kind, it seeks to fill a niche by exposing the people in the southern-most state in Austria to live performances of early music. This album features live performances from the 2007 festival. The quality of these performances varies greatly between the different ensembles. Well-established groups like the Hilliard Ensemble deliver what listeners would expect: stunning displays of virtuosic vocal control that could captivate listeners for hours. Other groups give performances of varying quality depending on their instrumentation. The Concertine Amarilli, for example, performs a Mancini work for soprano, oboe, and basso continuo that is quite refined, technically sharp, and musically appealing. This, however, is followed by a Platti "Sonata for oboe, bassoon, and basso continuo" that is so miserably out of tune and filled with missed notes that listening to the entire piece is laborious. The rest of the album is filled with the same dichotomy. Performances are either beautifully executed or painfully butchered, with little between the two extremes. With the proliferation of early music recordings available to listeners, there's little reason to choose this one over one that would have a more consistent, uniformly superior set of performances.
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  • Release Date: 5/27/2008
  • Label: Raum Klang
  • UPC: 675754007751
  • Catalog Number: 2705

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Factum est praelium magnum in coelis, motet - Hieronymus Bosch & Maurizio Cazzati (4:18)
  2. 2 Battaglia de Barabosa yerno de Satanas - Hieronymus Bosch & Andrea Falconieri (4:06)
  3. 3 Sfogava con le stelle, motet - Hieronymus Bosch & Francesco Rognoni (2:51)
  4. 4 Chiaccona a 3 - Tarquinio Merula & Hieronymus Bosch (3:44)
  5. 5 Qui d'amours veult avoir - Anonymous & Hieronymus Bosch (1:45)
  6. 6 Pour haut et liement chanter - Anonymous & Hieronymus Bosch (6:12)
  7. 7 Qui n'a le Cuer, rondeau - Hieronymus Bosch & Anonymous, Cyprus Manuscript (3:37)
  8. 8 Je la remire, la belle, rondeau - Anonymous & Hieronymus Bosch (3:33)
  9. 9 Puis que ma dolour agree, virelai for voice - Guillaume de Machaut & Hieronymus Bosch (3:12)
  10. 10 Dame, je sui cilz/Fins cuers doulz/(tenor), motet for 3 voices - Guillaume de Machaut & Hieronymus Bosch (3:12)
  11. 11 Work(s): Noster cetus (St. Martial) - Guillaume de Machaut & Hieronymus Bosch (2:19)
  12. 12 Felix virgo/Inviolata genitrix/Ad te suspiramus, motet for 4 voices - Guillaume de Machaut & Hieronymus Bosch (4:02)
  13. 13 Work(s): Romeo and Juliet (Zugabe) - Guillaume de Machaut & Hieronymus Bosch (2:13)
  14. 14–22 Overture: Les nations anciennes et modernes, suite for strings & continuo in G major, TWV 55:G4 - Georg Philipp Telemann & Hieronymus Bosch (19:58)
Disc 2
  1. 1–3 Quanto dolce è quell' ardore, cantata for soprano, oboe & continuo - Francesco Mancini & Hieronymus Bosch (10:45)
  2. 4–7 Trio for oboe, bassoon & continuo in C minor - Hieronymus Bosch & Giovanni Benedetto Platti (9:16)
  3. 8–11 Sinfonia for strings in F major ("Dissonant"), F. 67 (BR C2) - Wilhelm Friedemann Bach & Giovanni Antonini (11:00)
  4. 12–14 Divertimento for string quartet (or string orchestra) in F major ("Salzburg Symphony No. 3"), K. 138 (K. 125c) - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart & Giovanni Antonini (10:19)
  5. 15–17 Keyboard Sonata in B minor, H. 16/32 - Hieronymus Bosch & Franz Joseph Haydn (12:31)
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