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A bunch of danceries from Renaissance

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Uploaded by: PLRT (09/26/14)
Composer: several from 1500-1600
Sample Producer: OrganART Media
Sample Set: Hus/Arp Schnitger Organ (1675/88)
Software: Hauptwerk
Genre: Medieval and Renaissance
Description:
Here is a small bunch of Renaissance pieces which give the opportunity to use many different sounds from Stade :
- begining : pavane d'Angleterre et gaillarde by Claude Gervaise (much later, Poulenc re-used the pavane for his "suite française"). It shows clearly the difference between the principals 8 and 4 from the hauptwerk and the equivalent from the ruckpositiv. The gaillarde is on a mix of reeds without foundation stops
- at 1'45 : L'espoir que j'ay (the hope I have) by Sermisy : a song - on the flute 4' alone
- at 3'00: gaillarde, a dance (anonymous published by Attaingnant). Uses alternatively the regal type stops from ruckpositiv and oberwerk
- at 3'50 : ballo Milanese by Paix on principal 8' from HW and RP alternatively
- at 4'35 : Schiarazula marazula, a dance on flute 4' with a solo of waldflot 2' alone
- at 5'25 : branle, a dance by Gervaise, on the HW and RP plenum + one reed each
- at 6'55 : a casual first take of the previous one played faster (I prefer it slower).
Performance: Live
Recorded in: Stereo
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