La Tricotea | Cancionero de los Vientos (A Songbook for Winds)

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Cancionero de los Vientos (A Songbook for Winds)

by La Tricotea

Spanish and French medieval and Renaissance music played by a revolutionary combination of baroque oboe and bassoon with saxophones and percussion in an ensemble awarded the highest ratings in the press.
Genre: Classical: Early Music
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1. Alle Psalite Cum Luya
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2. Niño Dios
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3. Todos los Bienes del Mundo
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4. O Qué Mesa y Qué Manjar
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5. Una Sañosa Porfía
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6. Todo Cuanto Pudo Dar
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7. Levanta, Pascual
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8. O Virgo Splendens
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9. La Harpe de Melodie
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10. Una Panthera
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11. Fumeux Fume Par Fumee
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12. Hé Tres Doulz Roussignol
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13. Mariam Matrem
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14. O Magnum Mysterium
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15. Bonjour, Mon Coeur
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16. Missus Est Gabriel
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17. La Tricotea
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18. Pavane
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19. Gagliarda: La Rocha el Fuso
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20. Saltarello: Basela un Trato
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21. Gagliarda: La Traditora
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22. Saltarello: La Comarina
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23. Saltarello: El Marchese Di Saluzzo
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24. Pavane (Reprise)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This revolutionary combination of baroque oboe, its sisters oboe d'amore and oboe da caccia, and baroque bassoon, wind instruments of old world boxwood, leather and double reeds, together with modern gleaming brass saxophones and percussion is the first ensemble of its kind. Yet these instruments, though 250 years apart in age, have such similar timbres, that one would seem to hear a choir. Medieval and Renaissance music is given a voice not heard before, performed by musicians from leading early music ensembles. The music critics in the Netherlands, where the CD was first released, awarded it the highest possible 5-star rating, stating "extraordinarily exquisite sound" and "tightly-knit, aristocratic performance" of a "mature musicianship", and calling the CD a "bull's-eye".

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