El Arte de Tañer - parla00901
This album from Via Artis Konsort member Poul Udbye Pock-Steen is the first part of a larger project dealing with early organ music, i.e. organ music from late medieval times to the baroque period, with a special focus on the instruments that were used to perform the music in early times.
This often rare but fascinating organ music contains elements from both art music and popular tones. The music is rich in contrasts – it can be both simple and virtuoso, sometimes pompous, almost boastfully and at other times meditative, and it mixes a modal expression with a complex polyphony. The CD is an evocative presentation of the many different musical forms that developed in the early European music.
The music has been recorded on two renaissance positives at the historic cathedral in Salamanca, Spain and on the renaissance organ in the Chapel of Queen Dorothea, Soenderborg Castle, Denmark.
The project is currently supported by the Danish Embassy in Madrid and by Fundación Reina Isabel de Dinamarca
If you don’t find the El Arte de Tañer CD at your local record store, you can order the CD directly from PARLA son, the recording label.
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The album is also available as digital download at PARLA son.
The El Arte de Tañer album contains the following tracks:
- Pavana con su glosa - Spanish, XVI cent., Antonio de Cabezón
- Ya no quiero tener fe - Spanish, XVI cent., Juan del Encina
- El aire se serena - Spanish poem XVI cent., Fray Luis de León
- Tres claúsulas, Spanish, XVI cent., Tomás de Santa María
- No me digays Madre (two versions), Spanish, XVI cent., Francisco Salinas
- Prelude du cinqueme ton, French XVII cent., Guilliaume-Gabriel Nivers
- Rind nu op i Jesu navn, Spanish, XVI cent., Anon.
- Haec Dies, French, XIII cent., Magister Leoninus
- Salve Regina, German, XV cent., Anon.
- Suite Pastoral, Flemish, XVI cent. Tielmann Susato
- Para quien creí yo cabellos, Spanish, XVI cent., Antonio de Cabezón
- Mortal tristura, Spanish, XVI cent., Juan del Encina
- Duuinsela, Spanish, XVI cent., Antonio Cabezón
- Todo el mundo en general, Spanish, XVII cent., Francisco Correa de Arauxo