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European Tour - Nordic Brass Ensemble

European Tour - Nordic Brass Ensemble

2L  2L-128-SABD (2 discs)

Stereo/Multichannel Hybrid

Classical - Chamber


Bartolomé Ramos de Pareja: Mundus et Musica et Totus Concentus
Francisco de la Torre: Danza Alta sobre "la Spagna"
Johann Weck: Hoppers Dancz "Routi Bouilli"
Francisco Correa de Arauxo: Battalla de Morales
Cristóbal de Morales: Pie Jesu Domine; Circumdede me runt
Michael Praetorius: Suite "Terpsichore"
Carlo Gesualdo: Tristis est anima mea; Dolcissima mia vita
Mogens Pedersøn: Ecco La Primavera
John Dowland: Flow My Tears; The King of Denmark's Galliard
Tielman Susato: Pavane la Battaglia; Susato Suite
Mateo Flecha: Jerigonza
Anthony Holborne: Suite of Elizabethan Dances
Traditional: Dit le Bourguygnon
André Danican Philidor: Musique de l'enfance du Dauphin; Libertas; Musique pour le Sacre de Roy
Claude Le Jeune: Revecy Venir du Printans
Adriano Banchieri: La Battaglia

Nordic Brass Ensemble


It is common to date the beginning of the Renaissance to the mid-14th century. From the ashes of the Black Death emerged a society that was fundamentally changed, and to a large extent saw itself as re-born – formed anew. It cannot be a coincidence that this transformation first took place in the very parts of Europe that had been at the centre of the Roman Empire when at its strongest, in Italy. Florence became the main powerhouse of the new Europe, and from there the Renaissance spread rapidly, bringing an intense cultural flowering to France, England, the Netherlands, Germany and Spain. It is from these countries that Nordic Brass Ensemble has assembled the repertoire for "European Tour" – music arranged specially for this ensemble by Hans Petter Stangnes and Stian Aareskjold. Modern brass instruments have a history going back to the Janissaries, the Ottoman sultan’s special military corps. Contact between Renaissance Europe and Islamic culture helped determine how European culture, and in particular its music, would develop in this period. Nordic Brass Ensemble is made up of musicians from symphony orchestras and wind ensembles in the Nordic countries, and it has always played early music.

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