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Martin Shepherd | Fantasia: Lute Music from the Early 16th Century

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Fantasia: Lute Music from the Early 16th Century

by Martin Shepherd

Vocal-inspired music adapted and composed for solo lute by some of the best composers of the early 16th century.
Genre: Classical: Early Music
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1. Ein Seer Guter Organisticher Preambel
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2. Mille Regretz
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3. Tota Pulchra
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4. Favus Distillans
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5. Ha Traitre Amours
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6. Mes Pensées
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7. La Bernardina
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8. La Plus des Plus
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9. Benedictus
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10. Preambel, Nkl 64
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11. La Alfonsina
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12. Preambel, Nkl 65
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13. Adiu mes amours
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14. Recercar, Ness 49
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15. Recercar sesto, Ness 73
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16. De mon triste
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17. Fantasia "Demontriste"
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18. Fantasia, Siena F.7b
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19. Recercar, Siena F.4
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20. Fantasia, Siena F.6
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21. Recercar, Ness 34
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22. Fantasia di pierino, Siena F.7b
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23. Recercar, Siena F.31
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24. Fantasia, Ness 15
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This debut solo recording by respected lutenist & lutemaker Martin Shepherd, played on an instrument of his own making, brings together a range of little-known German and Italian music from the first half of the 16th century. It showcases different responses to the desire to bring both sacred and secular polyphony into a more intimate context, from simple intabulations of vocal works to entirely new pieces based on themes from or inspired by them: fantasia as a process as much as a genre.

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