Accordone: Madrigals, Frottole, Tarantelle, and More

August 30, 2017, 10:00 pm

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Tenor Marco Beasley and the period instrument Ensemble Accordone present a program of early 17th-century madrigals along with frottole and tarantelle in the Neopolitan and Apulian traditions.

Recorded live in concert as part of the Bad Arolsen Baroque Festival.

Playlist

Giulio Caccini (~1545-1618)
Le Seconde Nuove Musiche (Florence, 1614)
Amor ch’attendi

Le Nuove Musiche (Florence, 1601)
Amarilli mia bella

Vincenzo Calestani (1589-ca 1617)
Madrigali et Arie (Venice, 1617)
Damigella tutta bella

Cherubino Busatti (~1600-~1644)
Angela siete

Giovanni Felice Sances (~1600-1679)
Cantade, Libro II (Venice, 1633)
Cantada a voce sola sopra il passacaglia

Claudio Monteverdi (1567-1643)
Quarto scherzo delle ariose vaghezze (Venice, 1624)
Si dolce è’l tormento

Anonymous
In the Apulian tradition:
Pizzica
Tarantella detta del Gargano

In the Neopolitan tradition:
Canto per Montevergine (tammurriata rituale)

In the Apulian tradition:
Tarantella Carpinese

In the Neopolitan tradition:
Lo Guarracino

Sona a battenti
Tarantella Carpinese
 (reprise)

PERFORMERS
Ensemble Accordone
Guido Morini, harpsichord and Director
Marco Beasley, tenor

Opening Theme for Baroque&Before:
Joan Ambrosio Dalza: Piva, performed by Musica Reservata (Boston Skyline BSD 123)