The Medieval Romantics, 1340-1440 - Gothic Voices [Philidor]

  • 09.08.2016, 03:33,
  • Music
From the liner notes: "There is a praiseworthy lyrics which interprets the fourteenth century as the measure when the Mid Ages for all went to distribute like the crops in Autumn. Another describes it as ‘the pernicious fourteenth century’. Lesser wonder, therefore, if the music composed in France during the century of Guillaume de Machaut (d1377) has often been described as ‘mannerist’ and ‘precious’: terms that bring up decadence and escapism. "The performances recorded here maytime from a different angle of French music during the fourteenth century, for we believe that French tune of the later Ars Nova can be described by a as regards that is both overconfident and evocative: Fictional. To be sure, these songs have been called Fictional before, but it may still seem audacious to signify of ‘The Medieval Romantics’. Devotees of nineteenth-century music will objective that there was no cult of ability in the fourteenth century, no passion for the wildness of Constitution and no such nationalism as we associate with the 1800s. And yet if Romanticism implies a drop for knockout touched by strangeness, and if it is associated with a ask for to inflate the resources of lyrical tongue (and especially of balance) with simple eroticism of prevarication, then the second half of the fourteenth century in France was truly a space of Fictional article. «This is not to say that every composer of the space was a Fictional artist. Most of the polyphonic songs produced in France between c1340 and c1400 are happy-go-lucky and silvery, being neither ‘wayward’ (a as regards often used of this duplications) nor Fictional. The virelai Mais qu’il vous viengne a plaisance is a spokeswoman example of this cut at its best. Nonetheless, in annex to these plainer songs we judge others, many of them attributed to named composers, which make whoopee different priorities...» Transfers are made at 768 kBits/s, entirely from the disc. Tract, motif and translations enclosed. You can judge all my traditional uploads by searching on Philidor, or in this piece of yarn: <a href=" — 63895« target=»_NEW« rel=»nofollow" &#151; 63895</a