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Resonanzen: Sollazzo Ensemble

Monday 24 January 2022
19:30 – ca. 21:15
Mozart-Saal

 

Performers

Sollazzo Ensemble

Carine Tinney, Sopran

Victor Sordo Vicente, Tenor

Natalie Carducci, Fidel

Franziska Fleischanderl, Psalterium

Anna Danilevskaia, Fidel, Leitung

Programme

Florentiner Gartenfest

Anonymus

Rondello. Kyrie (1400 um)

Francesco Landini

Chosì pensoso. Caccia W 213 (instrumental) (1420) um)

O pianta vagha

Anonymus

Helas mon cuer (instrumental)

Sanctus

Francesco Landini

Quel sole che raggia

Zaninus de Peraga

Se le lagrime antique

Francesco Landini

Tante belleçe (instrumental)

Vaga fanciulla. Ballata W 300 (instrumental) (1420) um)

Don Paolo da Firenze

Perche vendetta

Niccolò da Perugia

Il meglie è pur tacere

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Francesco Landini

Quando amor

Andrea da Firenze

Non piu dogli ebbe Dido. Ballata (instrumental) (1415) um)

Matteo da Perugia

Près du soloil

Vincenzo da Rimini

In forma quasi

Niccolò da Perugia

Nel meço gia

Anonymus

Benedicamus Domino (Ms. Canonici Liturgici) (1420) ca.)

Francesco Landini

O fancuilla giulìa. Ballata W 287 (1420) um)

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Zugabe:

Francesco Landini

Creata fusti o vergine maria, cantasi come Questa fanciulla amor

Niccolò da Perugia

Il meglie è pur tacere

Note

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Florentine Garden Party

»Il Paradiso« is likely to become a popular destination for the »Resonanzen« in 2022 as well: The compass to heavenly as well as earthly pleasures is »northed« by the Sollazzo Ensemble, which dedicates itself to the Trecento at the upcoming guest performance. It follows the trail of Dante's path to paradise, which he had laid in his »Divina Commedia«. Musician-composers from his Florentine homeland, such as Francesco degli Organi and Lorenzo da Firenze, were just as artful in taking up Dante's quest for happiness in their compositions and searching for their own »locus amoenus«: starry nights in the arms of the beloved were sung about, as were martial triumphs. And in many a work, the birds' songs in the Florentine garden »Il Paradiso« are said to have fallen silent...

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