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Songs of love & marriage

CD

Songs of love & marriage / Benjamin Thorn, Wayne Madden.

  • Published by Move Records — 1999 [MD3219] — 1 CD
  • Purchase Price: $22.73 (Usually ships in 1-4 days) — Add to Cart
  • Library Availability: CD 576 — Available for loan

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Also includes: Seven dances from the Wedding divertisement / Telemann -- Il lamento di Tristano e rotta ; Trotto / anon, arr. Benjamin Thorn -- Three love songs / Barbara Strozzi -- Donna di maesta / Barbara Strozzi -- Two motets / Francesca Caccini -- Passamezzo antico / Nicolaus Ammerbach, arr. Benjamin Thorn -- Four recercadas / Diego Ortiz, arr. Benjamin Thorn.

Product details

Wayne Madden (spinet/percussion) and well-known Australian composer/recorder player Benjamin Thorn present a journey through 600 years of music on the theme of love. You'll find rarely heard works by Barbara Strozzi and Francesca Caccini as well as the more familiar music of Telemann and Ortiz. Thorn's own arrangements and compositions are interspersed to give a more contemporary angle on a timeless subject.

Performers: Benjamin Thorn (recorders) ; Wayne Madden (spinet, percussion).

Liner notes include brief programme notes and biographical notes on performers.


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