Orgues de Sicile (Organs of the World, Vol. 1) Arnaud De Pasquale

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Album-Release:
2021

HRA-Release:
09.06.2021

Label: Harmonia Mundi

Genre: Classical

Subgenre: Chamber Music

Artist: Arnaud De Pasquale

Composer: Marco Antonio Cavazzoni, Pietro Vinci, Antonio Valente, Giovanni de Macque, Antonio Il Verso, Rocco Rodio, Sigismondo D'India, Bernardo Storace, Sebastián Raval, Bartolomeo Montalbano, Ercole Pasquini, Giovanni de Macque, Giovanni Maria Trabaci, Luca Marenzio, Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina, Vincenzo Gallo, Girolamo Frescobaldi, Gregorio Strozzi

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  • Marco Antonio Cavazzoni (1490 - 1560):
  • 1Cavazzoni: Recercada02:49
  • Pietro Vinci (1525 - 1584):
  • 2Vinci: Il primo libro della musica a due voci: Il gambaro con denaretto01:09
  • Marco Antonio Cavazzoni:
  • 3Cavazzoni: Recerchari, motetti, canzoni, libro primo: Madame vous aves mon cuor03:29
  • Antonio Valente (1566 - 1580):
  • 4Valente: Intavolatura de cimbalo, libro primo: Ballo lombardo00:41
  • Anonymous:
  • 5Anonymous: Pavan dan Vers01:14
  • Giovanni de Macque (1548 - 1614):
  • 6Macque: Seconde stravaganze02:31
  • Antonio Valente:
  • 7Valente: Intavolatura de cimbalo, libro primo: Fantasia in modo I04:58
  • Antonio Il Verso (1560 - 1621):
  • 8Verso: Primo libro della musica a due voci: Contrapunto Babilonia01:19
  • Rocco Rodio (1535 - 1615):
  • 9Rodio: Libro di ricercate a quattro voci: Ricercada quinta03:01
  • Antonio Valente:
  • 10Valente: Intavolatura de cimbalo, libro primo: Bascia flammigna00:55
  • Pietro Vinci:
  • 11Vinci: Il primo libro della musica a due voci: Vinci01:34
  • Sebastián Raval (1550 - 1604):
  • 12Raval: Il primo libro di ricercari a quatro voci cantabili: Ricercar del secondo tono, trasportato in quattro fughe d'accordo04:32
  • Bernardo Storace:
  • 13Storace: Selva di varie compositioni d'intavolatura per cimbalo ed organo: Follia04:02
  • Sigismondo D'India (1582 - 1629):
  • 14D'India: Villanele alla napolitana, libro primo: O gioia de' mortali02:19
  • Bartolomeo Montalbano (1598 - 1651):
  • 15Montalbano: Sinfonie ad uno, e doi violini, a doi, e trombone, con il partimento per l'organo, con alcune a quattro viole: Sinfonia seconda "Zambiti"03:10
  • Ercole Pasquini:
  • 16Pasquini: Toccata IV02:48
  • Giovanni de Macque :
  • 17Macque: Prima Gagliarda01:05
  • Giovanni Maria Trabaci (1580 - 1647):
  • 18Trabaci: Ricercate, canzone francese, capricci, canti fermi, a quattro voci, libro primo: Canzona franzesa seconda03:18
  • Ercole Pasquini:
  • 19Pasquini: B.D.H.P.01:26
  • 20Pasquini: Toccata III03:47
  • Luca Marenzio (1553 - 1599):
  • 21Marenzio: A 10 voci, Madrigali: Basti fin qui le pen'e i duri affanni03:29
  • Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina (1525 - 1594):
  • 22Palestrina: Motettorum liber quartus ex canticis canticorum: Tota pulchra es (Diminution by Sarah Dubus)04:48
  • Vincenzo Gallo (1560 - 1624):
  • 23Gallo: Salmi del Re David, libro primo: Dixit Dominus03:29
  • Girolamo Frescobaldi (1583 - 1643):
  • 24Frescobaldi: Canzoni da sonare, libro primo: Canzon quarta a due canti03:44
  • Gregorio Strozzi (1615 - 1687):
  • 25Strozzi: Capricci da sonare cembali et organi, opera quarta: Corrente02:49
  • Sigismondo D'India:
  • 26D'India: Le musiche da cantar solo nel clavicordo, chitarone, arpa doppia et altri istromenti simili: Forse avverrà03:18
  • Sebastián Raval:
  • 27Raval: Il primo libro di ricercari a quatro voci cantabili: Da pacem Domine02:52
  • Gregorio Strozzi:
  • 28Strozzi: Capricci da sonare cembali et organi, opera quarta: Toccata de Passacagli05:41
  • Total Runtime01:20:17

Info for Orgues de Sicile (Organs of the World, Vol. 1)



More than fifty years after the revelation of Historical Organs of Europe, which had greatly contributed to harmonia mundi’s fame, Arnaud De Pasquale has taken up the torch and invites us to hear instruments that have been preserved as close as possible to their original state — as if their sound had never changed for centuries! This first journey takes us to Sicily, to discover the organs of Noto, Regalbuto, Castelbuono, Ficarra and Alcara Li Fusi.

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Arnaud De Pasquale
grew up in a Baroque musical environment and began studying the harpsichord at the age of five with Dominique Ferran at the Poitiers Conservatoire. He then entered the Paris Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse in the classes of Olivier Baumont and Blandine Rannou. He completed his training under the guidance of Pierre Hantaï, Blandine Verlet, Élisabeth Joyé, Skip Sempé, Laurent Stewart and Huguette Grémy-Chauliac. After the launching of his career, he played in several ensembles such as Pygmalion, conducted by Raphaël Pichon, the Ensemble Correspondances, under Sébastien Daucé, and Philippe Herreweghe’s Collegium Vocale. As a soloist on the harpsichord as well as the organ, fortepiano and clavichord, he is regularly invited to give recitals in France, Europe and Mexico (Château d’Assas, Théâtre de Caen, Festival de Radio France in Montpellier, London Festival of Baroque Music, etc.). In addition to his recording activity with ensembles, he has recorded several albums for Alpha, including two with the violist Lucile Boulanger, all of which have received critical acclaim – Diapason Découverte, Choc de Classica, IRR-Outstanding, ffff by Télérama. He also received a Diapason Découverte in 2013 for the first album recorded by La Sainte Folie Fantastique (My Precious Manuscript), an ensemble of which he is a founding member. He has recently recorded harpsichord music from the time of Louis XIII for the label Château de Versailles Spectacles.

His keen interest in the diversity of historical organs has led him to undertake a world tour of organs: a long-term venture in partnership with the Éditions des Abbesses for the label harmonia mundi, and whose first album, devoted to Sicily, opens the first pages of a travel notebook full of promise.

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