Gombert / Beauty Farm: Motets 3

Gombert / Beauty Farm SKU: 42614067
Gombert / Beauty Farm: Motets 3

Gombert / Beauty Farm: Motets 3

Gombert / Beauty Farm SKU: 42614067

Format: CD

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Title: Motets 3
Artist: Gombert / Beauty Farm
Label: Fra Bernardo
UPC: 4260307437114
Genre: Classical Artists

How can one approach the interpretation, a reading and an analysis of a complex music that was not read in score in it's time? Printed in partbooks, written or handed down in folios in individual parts, everything must be thrown overboard when "reading", singing, listening, which at least in the past centuries has become traditional in the idea of "choral music", indeed in the reading of music in general. Flying blind, as it were - without exact knowledge of the course of the other voices - each singer once floated horizontally through the music. "beauty farm" embarks on an exploratory journey into this now alien world of Renaissance polyphony. The ensemble has recorded 19 motets by Nicolas Gombert according to new critical editions. Of course, some of them are world premiere recordings.


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