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Performer: Jakob Lindberg
Genre: Classical
Title: Italian Virtuosi Of The Chitarrone
Released: 2012
Style: Baroque
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The chitarrone was a large relative of the lute, at first nearly interchangeable with the more common theorbo. As the instrument developed in the 17th century, it acquired several sets of low strings and a repertory designed to exploit its varied capabilities: it could render operatic-type declamations with booming basses, polyphonic songs, dense ricercar-like constructions, and most commonly difficult variation sets that displayed its whole range  . Some of the more arcane devices involve fingering on the chitarrone; they're explained in the booklet but require focus for the general listener (toward whom this album is not really aimed). The BIS label does not help with its church engineering, which picks up extraneous instrument noises that an audience of Italian princes in a lushly appointed room would never have heard. Still, for those who love the lute and its relatives, this is a skilled examination of a fascinating and all-but-unknown repertory.

On a 15-course chitarrone by Michael Lowe, Wotton-by-Woodstock 1979. String lenghts 89 cm, 159 cm. All strings in gut, 6th, 13th and 14th ; gimped strings by Dan Larsen.

Jakob Lindberg Chitarrone. CD: 1 Tracks: 27 Length: 1:12:01.

5. Libro IV d'intavolatura di chitarrone: Bergamasca. 6. Giovanni Girolamo Kapsberger feat. 7. Libro IV d'intavolatura di chitarrone: Canario. Libro IV d'intavolatura di chitarrone: Passacaglia. 11. Cappricci a 2 stromenti cioe Tiorba et Tiorbino: Fantasia detta Pegasea. Bellerofonte Castaldi feat. 12.

ARTISTS: Jakob Lindberg, chitarrone. Its overall length (upwards of 160 cm) and great number of strings (up to 16 courses) makes the chitarrone one of the more spectacular instruments of the early baroque.

com: "Jakob Lindberg macht seinem Ruf als exzellentem Lautenisten alle Ehre – auch auf der Chitarrone ist sein Spiel von berückender Schönhei. erausragenden. It also enjoyed a short-lived but rich flowering as a solo instrument, however, to which the three virtuosi of the album title all contributed greatly, as performers as well as composers. Between 1604 and 1640, Giovanni Girolamo Kapsperger (also known as Johann Hieronymus Kapsberger), Alessandro Piccinini and Bellerofonte Castaldi published a number of collections of chitarrone music, from which Jakob Lindberg has chosen some favourite dances, arias, toccatas and passacaglias.

Lutenist Jakob Lindberg is a past master of program sequencing, and his latest album Italian Lute Virtuosi of the Renaissance strikes a perfect balance between consistency and variety. Lindberg focusses on three composers, Francesco da Milano, Marco dall'Aquila, and Alberto Mantova. All three were lutenists and wrote challenging and idiomatic works for the instrument. Consistency is present in the overall style of the works. The variety comes in the presentation. Lindberg organized these 24 short works into seven suites, each one with music by a single composer

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Artist: Jakob Lindberg Title Of Album: Italian Virtuosi of the Chitarrone Year Of Release: 2012 Label: BIS Genre: Classical Quality: FLAC (image+.

Tracklist

Giovanni Girolamo Kapsberger From Book I (Arpeggiata) And Book 4
1 Arpeggiata 2:12
2 Canzona I 3:41
3 Bergamasca 2:54
4 Canario 1:22
5 Passacaglia 4:12
Bellerofonte Castaldi
6 Fantasia Detta Pegasea 2:55
7 Arpesca Gagliarda 2:11
8 Cecchina Corrente 1:10
Alessandro Piccinini
9 Toccata Cromatica 3:12
10 Romanesca Con Partite Variate 6:18
11 Corrente I 1:20
Giovanni Girolamo Kapsberger From Book 3
12 Toccata VII 2:31
13 Gagliarda Con Due Partite 5:16
14 Corrente I Con Partita 3:06
Alessandro Piccinini
15 Toccata XIII 2:16
16 Partite Variate Sopra La Folia Aria Romanesca 2:24
17 Aria Di Fiorenze 2:20
18 Corrente II 1:20
Bellerofonte Castaldi
19 Arpeggiata A Mio Modo 2:55
20 Cromatica Corrente 2:03
21 La Follia 5:10
22 Furiosa Corrente 1:47
Giovanni Girolamo Kapsberger From Book 4
23 Preludio V 1:04
24 Toccata VII 3:51
25 Capona 1:31
26 Colascione 1:38
27 Kapsberger 3:21

Credits

  • Chitarrone – Jakob Lindberg
  • Composed By – Alessandro Piccinini (tracks: 9 to 11, 19 to 22), Bellerofonte Castaldi (tracks: 6 to 8, 15 to 18), Giovanni Girolamo Kapsberger (tracks: 1 to 5, 12 to 14, 23 to 27)
  • Design [Booklet And Graphics], Liner Notes – Jakob Lindberg
  • Edited By – Elisabeth Kemper
  • Engineer [Sound] – Marion Schwebel
  • Executive Producer – Robert Stuff
  • Layout – Andrew Barnett
  • Liner Notes [French] – Arlette Lemieux-Chené
  • Liner Notes [German] – Horst A. Scholtz*
  • Photography By [Cover] – Arianna Lindberg
  • Producer – Jakob Lindberg

Notes

On a 15-course chitarrone by Michael Lowe, Wotton-by-Woodstock 1979.
String lenghts 89 cm, 159 cm.
All strings in gut, 6th, 13th and 14th ; gimped strings by Dan Larsen.

Recording : march 2011 at Länna Kyrka, Sweden.