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Terpsichore: Renaissance and Early Baroque Dance Music
 
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Terpsichore: Renaissance and Early Baroque Dance Music

25 septembre 2007 | Format : MP3

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HASH(0x9f38cf24) étoiles sur 5 A Timeless Classic 14 février 2008
Par Leslie Richford - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
"Terpsichore" - Dance Music of the Renaissance and Early Baroque. Performed by Konrad Ragossnig, lute, and the Ulsamer Collegium, directed by Josef Ulsamer. Recorded at the Colosseum in Nuremberg, Germany in 1971 and at the Würzburg Conservatory, Germany, in 1973. This digitally re-mastered version released in 1985 as Deutsche Grammophon Archiv 415 294-2. Playing time: 20'57" (Renaissance Dances) and 42'53" (Early Baroque Dances) = 63'50".

This timeless classic has introduced many people to the sounds of the 15th, 16th and 17th centuries and been instrumental in launching the success of the early music movement. Although it only contains a small selection of Praetorius's "Terpsichore" (but a lot of other material besides) and although some of its interpretative decisions sound a little dated in comparison with newer, historically informed versions, this is simply THE classic disc with which to start on the adventure of early music. It was one of the first early music CDs I bought myself - and now I have hundreds! Ulsamer and friends play a wide selection of early instruments: lute, gamba, recorder, regal, fiddle, crumhorn, shawms, bagpipes and an assortment of percussion instruments, and the documentation allows you to follow which instrument is being played when, thus giving a taste of the sound of each. The CD begins with the "Lamento di Tristano" with its quiet sadness and takes the listener through just about every renaissance and baroque mood until it arrives at Track 43, Haussmann's "Carkanei" with its rollicking cock-a-doodle-doo sounds. I can't recommend this highly enough, and only wish to add that despite its age, the DG Archiv sound is excellent.

For those who already know this disc, the next step is to go on to Philipp Pickett's recording of "Terpsichore" (Praetorius: Dances from Terpsichore) and/or to the three recordings by the Swedish early music troupe Joculatores Upsalienses: "Early Music at Wik Castle" Joculatores Upsalienses: Early Music at Wik, "The Four Seasons" The Four Seasons and "Woods, Women and Wine"Skogen, Flickan och Flaskan. All these discs have the added advantage of having a pictorial guide to early instruments printed in the booklet.
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HASH(0x9da3fa8c) étoiles sur 5 the short ride through dance music from the Renaissance to the Biedermeier 25 février 2015
Par Discophage - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
The important thing to note here is that this is but a sample of a 4-CD set published by Archiv, Tanzmusik: Dance Music Through the Ages (the original German title is "Dance Music from the Renaissance to the Biedermeier" - the latter being the thirty years that went from the fall of Napoleon and the Vienna Congress that redisigned Europe in 1815, to the revolutions of 1848). See my review of that set for the full details, but it gathers the contents of six LPs played by two different ensembles:

The three programs by the Ulsamer Collegium under Josef Ulsamer covered the Renaisance (from LP Archiv 2533 111, recorded in November 1971), the early Baroque, from about 1570 to 1620 (LP Archiv 2533 150, recorded in February 1973), and the "High Baroque" (LP Archiv 2533 172, recorded in February and April 1974), covering the 2nd half of the 17th Century and first half of the 18th.

The other two CDs in the set are played by the Eduard Melkus Ensemble, derive from LPs Archiv 2533 303 (1975), 2533 182 (1975) and 2533 134 (1972), and cover the Rococo (2nd half of the 18th century), Viennese Classical era (late 18th Century-early 19th) and Biedermeier.

What this single Archiv CD collates is in fact half of the content of Ulsamer Collegium's 1972 Renaissance Dances (13 tracks, corresponding to the set's CD 1 tracks 1, 2, 5, 10-15, 24-27) and the complete 42 minutes from their 1973 Early Baroque Dances. I'm not aware of another CD gathering the rest of Uslamer Collegium's Renaissance and High Baroque dances.

Here's the exact track listing, since Amazon doesn't provide it:

1. Anonymous: Lamento Di Tristano / Rotta
2. Anonymous: Trotto
3. Anonymous: Saltarello
4. (published by Attaingnant): Basse Danse La Brosse / Tripla / Tourdion
5. (published by Attaingnant): Basse Danse La Gatta
6. (published by Attaingnant): Basse Danse La Magdalena
7. J. A. Dalza: Calata Ala Spagnola
8. H. Neusiedler: Der Judentanz
9. H. Neusiedler: Welscher Tanz Wascha Mesa / Hupfauff
10. (published by T. Susato): Ronde
11. (published by C. Gervaise): Branle de Bourgogne
12. (published by C. Gervaise): Branle de Champagne
13. (published by P. Phalèse): Passamezzo D'Italye / Reprise / Gaillarde
14.Giorgio Mainerio: Schiarazula Marazula
15. Giorgio Mainerio: Tedescha - Saltarello
16. Giorgio Mainerio: Ungarescha - Saltarello
17. Giovanni Battista Besardo: Branle - Branle Gai
18. Anonymous: Mascherade
19. Simone Molinaro: Saltarello
20. Simone Molinaro: Ballo Detto "Il Conte Orlando" - Saltarello
21. Gesualdo Da Venosa: Gagliarda Del Principe Di Venosa
22. Mario Fabrizio Caroso: Barriera
23. Mario Fabrizio Caroso: Celeste Giglio
24. Pierre-Francisque Caroubel: Pavana De Spaigne
25. Pierre-Francisque Caroubel: Courante
26. Pierre-Francisque Caroubel: Courante
27. Pierre-Francisque Caroubel: Volte
28. Pierre-Francisque Caroubel: Volte
29. Anthony Holborne: Pavan: The Funerals
30. Anthony Holborne: Noel's Galliard
31. Anthony Holborne: Coranto Heigh Ho Holiday
32. Anonymous: Kemp's Jig
33. John Dowland: Queen Elizabeth Her Galliard
34. John Dowland: Mrs. Winter's Jump
35. Thomas Simpson: Alman
36. Orlando Gibbons: Galliard
37. Michael Praetorius: Galliarde De Monsieur Wustron
38. Michael Praetorius: Galliarde De La Guerre
39. Michael Praetorius: Reprinse
40. Valentin Haussmann: Tantz
41. Valentin Haussmann: Paduan
42. Valentin Haussmann: Galliard
43. Valentin Haussmann: Catkanei

So, if you want the fast and incomplete track, this is for you. But for the complete thing, go to the 4-CD set. At any rate, the music is hugely entertaining, vigorous and invigorating, with welcome interludes of more peaceful atmospheres. A special highlight and treat is the variety, from track to track, of instrumentations - many of the scores from the renaissance and baroque eras do not specify any instrumentation, leaving the choice to the performers - together with the vast array of period instruments used (or copies thereof) and their ear-arousing timbral ruggedness and pungency. I don't know how much of that great variety of instrumentation is "authentic" - some musicological sources tend to conclude that these works were played in the renaissance and baroque eras with much simpler lineups, but I have no complaint on this ground: I listen to music first for entertainment and pleasure, not for historical reconstruction in itself. If this is not "authentic", in the sense that some of those pieces were never heard at the time played in these specific instrumentations (although all these instruments existed), then change the past.

Sundry samples of the Ulsamer Collegium three programs were also used by DG/Universal as complements to another great program of renaissance dance music, this one recorded in 1960 by Collegium Terpsichore under Fritz Neumeyer on Archiv 14 166 APM (mono), 198 166 SAPM (stereo), "Hochrenaissance" (High Renaissance). See my reviews of Dances of the Renaissance, Danses de la Renaissance, Tanzmusik Um 1600, Tanzmusik um 1600 and Renaissance Dance Music for more details about that.
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HASH(0x9d42df18) étoiles sur 5 Perfect background music for Classical afficianado! 4 janvier 2015
Par CB - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Beautiful music. Gift to husband who had been looking for this recording.
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