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Erotica Antiqua-Neapolitan Villanellas

Calandra, Letizia - Villanella Che All'acqua VaiCalandra, Letizia - Boccuccia D'uno Persic' ApertuCalandra, Letizia - Madonna Tu Mi Fai Lo ScorrucciCalandra, Letizia - Tu Sai Che La CornacchiaCalandra, Letizia - Chi Sai Malditta L'acquaCalandra, Letizia - La Morte Di MartioCalandra, Letizia - Oi RicculinaCalandra, Letizia - Vurria Ca Fosse CiacolaCalandra, Letizia - Vorria Crudel TornareCalandra, Letizia - Fonata Che Dai AcquaCalandra, Letizia - Fuggit' AmoreCalandra, Letizia - Girometta Senza Te Non ViveroCalandra, Letizia - Matona Mia CaraCalandra, Letizia - Sto Core MioCalandra, Letizia - Madonna Mia, PietaCalandra, Letizia - O Occhi Manza MiaCalandra, Letizia - Chi La GagliardaCalandra, Letizia - O Bellissimi CapelliCalandra, Letizia - Vezzosette E Care PupillietteCalandra, Letizia - Occhietti AmatiSoprano Letizia Calandra is passionate about the promotion of traditional Neapolitan music. She has already recorded two albums of 'Classico Napoletano' repertoire, featuring 19th-century canzone napoletane, but this time she turns her attention to a lesser-known and much older tradition: villanellas. These were 16th-century songs, set in the Neapolitan dialect by composers aping the lyric traditions of the street or countryside. Featuring bawdy characters and crude themes involving cuckolded husbands, scheming maids or jealous suitors, these light pieces originated from the strong tradition of the 'rustic fool' in Naples. Performing on period instruments (including the unusual lirone) that would have been used in 16th-century Naples, Calandra is joined by the early music ensemble Arte Musica, and together they create an authentic portrayal of the fascinating jumble of characters who made up this unique Renaissance city. Letizia Calandra is a firmly established interpreter of Neapolitan music. She comes from a background of Baroque and Renaissance repertoire, having performed in such operas as Ercole amante and Dido and Aeneas. Previous recordings include 'Scarlatti and the Neapolitan Song' for Brilliant Classics (BC94488), with Francesco Cera on the harpsichord, a record described as 'convincing in every respect' by Music Web International. Cera is a leading specialist of early music in Italy and frequently records for Brilliant Classics. His album of Bach's Orgelbüchlein (BC94639) was praised for its 'magnificence' by Arkiv Music. The Villanella is closely related to the city of Naples, as Thomas Wythorne already wrote in 1572: "groups of musicians vied with another sing rustic songs..they wandered the streets, improvising verses and songs in honour of the beautiful women they saw at their windows, and created a sweet harmony that delighted all who heard it". The Villanellas are far removed from the courtly poetry of the time, which sings of yearnings for the unattainable female beloved, speaking of sighs and tears. The Villanella however speak of water as the metaphor of love: dishes break, jugs crack and overflow with eroticism. This new recording features a generous selection of Villanellas by lesser-known composers as Giovanni Dell'Arpa and Filippo Azaiolo, but also by renaissance master Orlando di Lasso, who apparently had a soft spot for this genre. Recorded in Laureana Cilento, Italy, in August 2016. Contains liner notes by musicologist Alessandro Taverna. Contains biographies of the artists.
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    • Villanella che all'acqua vai
    1. Villanella che all'acqua vai
    2. Boccuccia d'uno persic' aperturo
    3. Madonna tu mi fai lo scorrucciato
    4. Tu sai che la cornacchia
    5. Chi sai malditta l'acqua
    6. La morte di martio
    7. Oi ricculina
    8. Vurria ca fosse ciacola
    9. Vorria crudel tornare
    10. Fonata che dai acqua
    11. Fuggit' Amore
    12. Girometta senza te non viveró
    13. Matona mia cara
    14. Sto core mio
    15. Madonna mia, pièta
    16. O occhi manza mia
    17. Chi la gagliarda
    18. O bellissimi capelli
    19. Vezzosette e care pupilliette ardenti
    20. Occhietti amati
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Medium CD
Anzahl 1
Erscheinungsdatum 09.06.2017
Sprache Deutsch
EAN 5028421954486
Genre Chormusik
Hersteller Edel
Komponist Calandra/Ensemble Arte Musica/Cera, Donato, DellArpa, Di Lasso
Dirigent Francesco Cera
Musik (CD)
Musik (CD)
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