Ensemble Seicento | The Spirit of Florence

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The Spirit of Florence

by Ensemble Seicento

Produced for the 2004 Masters of Florence exhibition. They perform music from the late Renaissance and early Baroque. For this recording, they selected 13 pieces written by Italian composers associated with Florence.
Genre: Classical: Traditional
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1. Quel Squardo Sdegnosetto
2:39 album only
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2. Passacalle
3:29 album only
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3. Espagnoletta
4:36 album only
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4. Chiome d' Oro
3:44 album only
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5. Amarilli mia bella
2:47 album only
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6. Toccata Terza
2:56 album only
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7. Ciaconna
3:34 album only
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8. Se L'aura Spira
3:00 album only
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9. Gagliarda Prima
1:25 album only
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10. Pur ti Miro
6:35 album only
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11. Gigue
1:57 album only
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12. Passacaglio
4:28 album only
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13. Gagliarda Segunda
1:21 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Since 1993, Inside Sounds has worked closely with WONDERS: The Memphis International Cultural Series in producing recordings for cultural exhibitions. The Spirit of Florence is the seventh of these recordings and was produced in conjunction with the 2004 exhibition Masters of Florence: Glory & Genius at the Court of the Medici.
Ensemble Seicento came together sharing a love of early music. These classically trained musicians perform music from the late Renaissance and early Baroque, an era that allowed for improvisation, an exciting characteristic for today's musician. While several of the pieces feature beautiful vocal interpretations, the ensemble demonstrates its finesse with captivating and delightful instrumentals.

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