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Playlist of Andrea Falconieri

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  • Falconieri: La Folia

    4:08

    Andrea Falconieri's setting of the La Folia dance, performed on original instruments by the Early Music ensemble Voices of Music. HD video from the Art of the Recorder concert, February, 2014.
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    Q. What is Early Music performance, or historical performance?
    A. We play on instruments from the time of the composers, and we use the

    original music and playing techniques: it’s a special sound.
    Q. Why are there no conductors?
    A. Conductors weren’t invented until the 19th century; since we seek to

    recreate a historical performance, the music is led from the keyboard or

    violin, or the music is played as chamber music~or both :)

    Q. What are period instruments or original instruments; how are they

    different from modern instruments?
    A. As instruments became modernized in the 19th century, builders and

    players tended to focus on the volume of sound and the stability of tuning.

    Modern steel strings replaced the older materials, and instruments were

    often machine made. Historical instruments, built individually by hand and

    with overall lighter construction, have extremely complex overtones—which

    we find delightful. Modern instruments are of course perfectly suited to

    more modern music.
    Q. Why is the pitch lower, or higher?
    A. Early Music performance uses many different pitches, and these pitches create different tone colors on the instruments. See
    The original title reads Folias Echa Para Mi Señora Doña Tarolilla De Carallenos (Primo libro di canzone, Naples, Paolini & Ricci, 1650). The composition uses the technique of wandering variation, pioneered by Monteverdi and others, in which the composer creates musical episodes in the form of brief excursions from the standard variation pattern. Falconieri also adds a brief adagio to provide a moment of harmonic and rhythmic contrast before the final variations.
    The continuo group is here represented by the viola da gamba, organ, archlute and triple harp: in the 17th century it was not unusual to have a rich and varied continuo group; each player improvises a part that creates a unique voice in the texture as well as blends together to form a complete accompaniment.
    Featuring Hanneke van Proosdij, recorder
    Carla Moore, baroque violin
    Elisabeth Reed, viola da gamba
    Rodney Gehrke, baroque organ
    Peter Maund, percussion
    Cheryl Ann Fulton, triple harp
    David Tayler, baroque guitar

  • Andrea Falconieri - Ciaccona and Folia

    6:19

    0:00 - Ciaccona
    2:42 - Folia

    The Ciaccona [from the L'Eroica à 3] and the Folias echa para mi Señora Doña Tarolilla de Carallenos from Andrea Falconieri's (1585-1656) Il primo libro di Canzone, Sinfonie, Fantasie, Capricci, Brandi, Correnti, Gagliarde, Alemane, Volte per Violini e Viole ouero altro Stromento a uno, due e tre con il Basso Continuo.

    Performers:
    Marie Nadeau-Tremblay (baroque violin)
    Isabelle Douailly-Backman (baroque violin)
    Tristan Best (viol de gamba)
    Jonathan Stuchbery (baroque guitar)
    Esteban La Rotta (baroque guitar)
    Justin Luchinski (harpsichord)

    Ensemble Coach: Esteban La Rotta

    Performed in Redpath Hall at McGill University in Montreal, QC, as requirement and as part of the Early Music Ensembles concert on December 5, 2017.

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  • Andrea Falconieri - Folias - La Ritirata

    3:51

    LIVE performance
    Actuación en directo

    Real Coliseo Carlos III, San Lorenzo de El Escorial, 29 de Mayo de 2011

    Folias echa para mi Señora Doña Tarolilla de Carallenos - Andrea Falconieri (1585 - 1656)

    La Ritirata:
    Tamar Lalo, flauta de pico
    Miren de Zeberio, violín
    Enrike SolinÌs, guitarra barroca
    Daniel Zapico, tiorba
    Ignacio Prego, clave
    Josetxu Obregón, violoncello y dirección artística

    Toma de sonido y edición de video, Federico Prieto (Master Acoustics)

    Construcción del clave y afinación, Rafael Marijuan

    Queremos dar nuestro agradecimiento a la dirección y personal del Real Coliseo Carlos III de San Lorenzo de El Escorial

  • Folias by Andrea Falconieri

    3:59

    Echa Para Mi Señora Doña Tarolilla De Carallenos.
    One of the most popular folias of the history by Andrea Falconiero. It always makes me feel better when i am sad or whatever...makes me fly!!Here it is performed by L'Arpeggiata...they are amazing and all the lovers of the early music must thank them for their laudable labour.

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  • Andrea Falconieri: early Baroque music in Naples

    16:09

    Very little is known about the composer Andrea Falconieri. His collection of secular instrumental music has the unwieldy title Il primo libro di canzone, sinfonie, fantasie, capricci, brandi, correnti, gagliarde, alemane, volte. This single printed volume was published in 1650 in the Italian city state of Naples, territory of the Spanish Empire at the time. Falconieri lived in a period of transition between the late Renaissance and the early Baroque eras.

    Below are listed titles of my musical selections as well as descriptions of the artworks from the early to mid-1600s. The video's soundtrack is a set of 5 MIDI files that I downloaded from various websites and extensively edited. I hoped to synthesize the sonority of violins, bass viola da gamba, harpsichord, positive organ, cornetti, theorbo and chamber harp by combining sound elements from different digitized instrumental sounds and varying their electronic parameters.

    To jump to a specific soundtrack, click on the time stamp indicated next to the song title. The artworks in this video are roughly contemporary with the life of the composer, and they span most of the first half of the 17th century.

    0:10 L'Austria canciona
    a. Il primo libro... etc., 1650
    b. Trompe oeil, AB, 1664
    c. Woman with violin, Orazio Gentileschi, c1621
    d. Early Baroque violin, Gasparo da Salo, c1609
    e. Young player of viola da gamba, Pier Francesco Mola, c1650
    f. St. Cecilia, Guido Reni, 1606
    g. Spanish galleon at Naples harbor, Abraham Willaerts, 1669
    3:50 Brando el melo
    a. Il primo libro... etc., 1650
    b. St. Cecilia with positive organ, Pietro da Cortona, c1625
    c. Organ loft of Sant'Anna dei Lombardi, Naples, 17th cent
    d. Le concert, Nicolas Tournier, c1630
    e. Lady with bass viol, Anthony van Dyck, c1638
    6:40 L'Eroica
    a. Il primo libro... etc., 1650
    b. Danish cornetto players, fresco, Rosenborg Castle, c1635
    c. Soprano cornetto in D, Italian, 17th cent
    d. Angel with sackbut, Lionello Spada, Chiesa della Ghiara, 1615
    e. Danish trombone players, fresco, Rosenborg Castle, c1635
    f. Musical angels, fresco, Guido Reni, S.Gregorio, Rome, 1609
    g. Musicians, ivory cabinet carving, Christof Angermair, c1624
    h. St. Cecilia, Pietro Ricchi, c1660
    i. Villa Poggio Reale, Viviano Codazzi, c1650
    11:15 Corriente dicha la Mota
    a. Il primo libro... etc., 1650
    b. St. Cecilia playing bass viol, Domenichino, c1618
    12:20 Passacalle
    a. Il primo libro... etc., 1650
    b. Sense of hearing (detail), Jan Breugel the Elder, 1618
    c. Family musicians, Jan Miense Molinaer, 1630s
    d. David Leeuw family (detail), Abraham van der Tempel, 1671
    e. Euterpe, Lauren de la Hyre, 1649
    f. Violin player, Gerard van Honthorst, 1632
    g. Naples market, Angelo Maria Costa, c1700

  • La Suave Melodia - Andrea Falconieri

    3:24

    This extract is taken from the new programme, Il Spiritillo Brando: dance music in the courts of Italy and Spain, c.1650, from La Ritirata & Josetxu Obregón, released on CD by Glossa:

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    Andrea Falconieri (1585-1656) - La Suave Melodia
    Tamar Lalo, recorder
    Daniel Zapico, theorbo

    For booking the concert programme over forthcoming seasons, please contact info@laritirata.com

    Filmed by Federico Prieto, sound engineering by Federico Prieto (Master Acoustics)




    About this CD

    With Il Spiritillo Brando from La Ritirata comes an opportunity to enjoy exciting performances from a new name on the Spanish early music scene as well as a thrilling ride across the terrain of the Spanish and Italian courtly instrumental traditions as the Renaissance danced its way into the Baroque.

    Not since the days when brothers José Miguel and Emilio Moreno made their first recordings for Glossa has any Spanish musician been invited to figure on the label from El Escorial. This is now changing with the arrival of the talents of Josetxu Obregón and his Spanish colleagues from La Ritirata -- counting amongst them the best in the younger string, plucked-string, wind and keyboard players from the country -- as they bring us the dance rhythm delights of Andrea Falconieri, whose music leads the way into contributions from the likes of Diego Ortiz and Bartolomé de Selma y Salaverde; permitting the individual members of La Ritirata to demonstrate their virtuosic skills and commitment to the music that they perform. This includes Josetxu Obregón himself, who as a cellist, delights in music from late 17th century exponents of the cello in Giuseppe Maria Jacchini, Giovanni Battista Vitali and Domenico Gabrielli.

    As the title implies, Il Spiritillo Brando evokes both the social dancing which will have taken place in the court of the Spanish viceroyalty in Naples itself, and the mischievous duendes which roamed the streets, animating all the proceedings in the vicinity!

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  • Andrea Falconieri - E viver e morire

    2:30

    5th Festival Internazionale di Chitarra
    Sei Corde d'Autunno
    Renata Fusco, Lorenzo Micheli, Matteo Mela & Massimo Lonardi.
    Recorded October 10th, 2015.
    Audio and Video by Drew Henderson

  • Falconiero - Folia for Two Violins and Continuo

    4:29

    ANDREA FALCONIERO (c. 1575-1661)

    Folias (a 3) echa para mi Senora Dona Tarolilla de Carallenos

    Performed by Hesperion XXI

    *Andrea Falconiero (Falconieri) was an Italian lutenist, singer and composer.

    Falconieri participated in various Italian courts of nobility, of Modena and Parma, in Genoa since 1639 and occupied the Spanish royal court of Naples, where he worked as a lutenist and Theorbenspieler was active. Between 1621 and 1628 he traveled Spain and France. He died during a plague in 1656.

    His work consists of motets, madrigals, Villanellas with guitar tablature and instrumental works.

  • Andrea Falconieri: La Follia variations for Violins and Continuo

    4:08

    A reconstruction of the Falconieri variations on La Follia. Live video from San Francisco Early Music Ensemble Voices of Music Capriccio Stravagante Concert 2008. Featuring Carla Moore, Cynthia Freivogel and Lisa Grodin, baroque violins; Hanneke van Proosdij, WIlliam Skeen and David Tayler, continuo.

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  • Andrea Falconieri | Sonate Battalla Barabaso yerno de Satanas

    4:53

    ANDREA FALCONIERI (v.1585-1656)
    Sonate Battalla Barabaso yerno de Satanas
    pour flute à bec, violon et basse continue

    Francis Colpron, flûte à bec
    Olivier Brault, violon baroque
    Mélisande Corriveau, violoncelle
    Mark Edwards, clavecin

    Enregistré à la Salle de concert du Conservatoire le 6 février 2017
    Réalisation et captation: Simon Jolicoeur-Côté
    Deuxième caméra: Frédérique Bérubé
    Enregistrement sonore: Philippe Bouvrette

    Les Boréades de Montréal

  • Andrea Falconiero - Passacaglia

    2:48

    Andrea Falconiero (1586-1656) - Passacaglia, dall'album Ostinato, Hesperion XXI diretto da Jordi Savall

  • LEroica by Falconieri

    4:51

    Andrea Falconieri (1585/6-1656). A sonata performed by Martin Davids, David Myford, violin; Phillip Serna, viola da gamba; and Jason Moy, portative organ. Copyright © 2009 by The Oriana Singers, Chicago, IL. All rights reserved. You may not make copies, distribute, or allow public performance of this recording without the written permission of the copyright owners. Video shot & edited by Windy Apple Studio. Audio recording & synchronization by Choice Media Design, Free Chin, recording engineer. E-mail the_voice@oriana.org for information. • • • • • •

    From a concert of music by Monteverdi and others of the early Baroque performed by The Oriana Singers, Ars Antigua, & City Voices, conducted by William Chin. Recorded in performance at the Chapel of St. James at Quigley Pastoral Center, Chicago, IL, Sunday, June 14, 2009. Presented by Friends of the Windows. Program partially supported by a grant from The Illinois Arts Council, a state agency.

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  • Tamar Lalo - Danzas de Andrea Falconieri

    4:27

    La Ritirata, artistic director - Josetxu Obregón. The soloist: Tamar Lalo (flute); Enrike Solinís (baroque guitar); David Mayoral, (percussion) and Josetxu Obregón (violoncello). A selection of dance music by Andrea Falconieri (1585 -- 1656) from the Il primo libro di Canzone, Sinfonie, Fantasie, Capricci, Brandi, Correnti, Gagliarde, Alemane: 1. Corrente detta L'Auellinal 2. Corriente dicha la Cuella; 3. Il Spiritillo Brando; 4.Brando dicho el Melo.

  • Andrea Falconieri - LAustria

    5:11

    A lively and vivid live performance by Trisaulodia (the recorders trio ensemble by Fairy Consort) of the sonata 'L'Austria' by Andrea Fanconieri (XVII sec.).

  • Andrea Falconieri - Ciaccona, by La Ritirata

    1:26

    This extract is taken from the new programme, Il Spiritillo Brando: dance music in the courts of Italy and Spain, c.1650, from La Ritirata & Josetxu Obregón, released on CD by Glossa:

    Buy here:


    Cómpralo aquí:

    Hier kaufen:

    Acheter ici:

    iTunes:

    La Ritirata
    Tamar Lalo, recorder
    Miren Zeberio, baroque violin
    Enrike Solinís, baroque guitar
    Daniel Zapico, theorbo
    Ignacio Prego, harpsichord
    David Mayoral, percussion
    Josetxu Obregón, baroque cello & direction

    Andrea Falconieri (1585-1656) - Ciaccona

    For booking the concert programme over forthcoming seasons, please contact info@laritirata.com

    Filmed by Manuel Prieto, sound engineering by Federico Prieto (Master Acoustics)




    About this CD

    With Il Spiritillo Brando from La Ritirata comes an opportunity to enjoy exciting performances from a new name on the Spanish early music scene as well as a thrilling ride across the terrain of the Spanish and Italian courtly instrumental traditions as the Renaissance danced its way into the Baroque.

    Not since the days when brothers José Miguel and Emilio Moreno made their first recordings for Glossa has any Spanish musician been invited to figure on the label from El Escorial. This is now changing with the arrival of the talents of Josetxu Obregón and his Spanish colleagues from La Ritirata -- counting amongst them the best in the younger string, plucked-string, wind and keyboard players from the country -- as they bring us the dance rhythm delights of Andrea Falconieri, whose music leads the way into contributions from the likes of Diego Ortiz and Bartolomé de Selma y Salaverde; permitting the individual members of La Ritirata to demonstrate their virtuosic skills and commitment to the music that they perform. This includes Josetxu Obregón himself, who as a cellist, delights in music from late 17th century exponents of the cello in Giuseppe Maria Jacchini, Giovanni Battista Vitali and Domenico Gabrielli.

    As the title implies, Il Spiritillo Brando evokes both the social dancing which will have taken place in the court of the Spanish viceroyalty in Naples itself, and the mischievous duendes which roamed the streets, animating all the proceedings in the vicinity!

  • Spoken Text: Vezzosette e care - Andrea Falconieri

    47

    Italian song text spoken for singing diction – spoken by Rachel Velarde for use in singing diction.

  • Ignacio Prego-PASACALLE, Andrea Falconieri

    2:44

    April 2011. Recital Hall, Bloomington,IN. USA

    Ignacio Prego, harpsichord

    Mee Jung Ahn, recorder
    James Andrewes, violin
    Maria Martinez, violoncello
    Magnus Andersson, thiorba and baroque guitar
    Maho Sone, organ
    Brian McNulty, percussion

  • Andrea Falconieri / Ciaccona

    3:13

    15/02/2014 Ensemble Passamezzo Antico

    TAKEUCHI Shigeo (Recorder)
    UEDA Hiroyuki (Violin)
    YOSHIDA Takeshi (Cello)
    YAMASHITA Sachiko (Cembalo)

  • Andrea Falconieri - E Viver e Morire.wmv

    1:48

    E Viver e Morire

    Arie, Villanelle e Cantate del Seicento

    Santa Maria dei Ricci, 22 settembre 2012, Firenze

    Lucia Franzina, soprano
    Simona Braida, mezzosoprano
    Riccardo Pisani, tenore
    Fabrizio Carta, tiorba

    Video a cura di
    Montaggio video di Lucia Franzina

  • Falconieri: Chaconne In G Major

    3:15

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Falconieri: Chaconne In G Major · Daniel Hope · Lorenza Borrani · Jonathan Cohen · Kristian Bezuidenhout · Stefan Maass · Stefan Rath · Hans-Kristian Kjos Sorensen

    Air - a baroque journey

    ℗ 2009 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin

    Released on: 2009-01-01

    Producer: Dr. Alexander Buhr
    Producer, Recording Producer: John West
    Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer: Mike Hatch
    Composer: Andrea Falconieri

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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  • Andrea Falconieri - Gallarda

    2:26

    5th Festival Internazionale di Chitarra
    Sei Corde d'Autunno
    Lorenzo Micheli, Matteo Mela & Massimo Lonardi.
    Recorded October 10th, 2015.
    Audio and Video by Drew Henderson

  • Andrea Falconiero _ Il primo libro di canzone _ Ciaccona

    3:43

    From 'Follie all'italiana' (Erato, 2001)

    Sonatori de la Gioiosa Marca

    Giorgio Fava, violin
    Roberto Falcone, violin
    Walter Vestidello, cello
    Giancarlo Rado, guitar


  • Andrea Falconieri: Folia

    3:49

    Andrea Falconieri (1585/86-1656)

    Folia

    played by: Fontana di Musica

    Elisabeth Wirth, recorder
    Christian Handschke, violin
    Fabian Boreck, cello
    Elina Albach, cembalo and organ

    Pictures by Giuseppe Arcimboldo (1526-1593)

    video by: elfoalieno

  • Andrea Falconieri Folias echa para mi Señora Doña Tarolilla de Carallenos

    4:10

    CHACONAS, FOLÍAS Y OTRAS LOCURAS
    (La danza que bailó Don Quijote y su influencia en la música europea del siglo XVII)

    Estrenado el 15/08/2015 en la XXVIII Edición Clásicos en verano 2015 Música de cámara en entornos históricos.

    [...] fue esta danza la que bailó Don Quijote en Barcelona, en casa de don Antonio Moreno.” C. Roda

  • Andrea Falconieri Linfanta arcibizzarra

    4:02

    estratto dal concerto passacaglia della vita una co-produzione Baschenis ensemble La Spezia e ZEBO (Zero Emission Baroque Orchestra).

    Andrea Falconieri - L’Infanta Arcibizzarra

    Giorgio Tosi - violino, canto
    Michele Bertucci - flauto dolce
    Donato Sansone - percussioni
    Sergio Chierici - organo portativo
    Anna Maria - Barbaglia dulciana
    Claudia Poz - violoncello
    Silvio Rosi - tiorba, chitarriglia, canto
    Marco Montanelli - clavicembalo

    registrato presso la Chiesa Vecchia di Belgirate (No)

  • Falconieri - Occhietti Amati

    1:10

    Soprano Renee Rankin singing 'Occhietti Amati' by Andrea Falconieri. Performing at final assessment Recital at Monash University, Melbourne for her Bachelor of Music, Classical Voice on November 15th 2011. The accompanist is Janet Perkins

  • La Ritirata - Passacalle

    3:07

    From the album Andrea Falconieri - Il Spiritillo Brando (2013).
    From the very first notes, this is an absolutely delightful programme of baroque instrumental music. Among the many collections of period dance music available on disc, this one stands out for two reasons: firstly, the very distinctive Latin flavour of the music, mainly from the context of the period of Spanish rule over the Kingdom of Naples; and secondly the brilliant, spirited performances by this engaging young group of players who form the Spanish early music group La Ritirata under their excellent director Josetxu Obregón.

    The pieces chosen form a splendidly lively programme with a welcome variety of mood, pace and texture. About half the pieces are by the Neapolitan Andrea Falconieri (1585-1656), and several other Italian and Spanish composers are also represented including Ortiz, Vitali, Cabanilles and Giovanni Gabrieli. There are a few more serious, reflective pieces, such as Jacchini's Sonata (11) and Selma y Salaverde's Fantasia (15), which stretch the description of `dance music' somewhat but add appropriate contrast to the mixture.


    La Ritirata - Founded by Josetxu Obregón when he was based in The Netherlands, the ensemble La Ritirata takes its name from the final movement of the famous quintet composed by Luigi Boccherini in Spain, entitled “La musica notturna delle strade di Madrid”.
    Dedicated to combining accurate historical awareness (through a knowledge of the instruments and aesthetics of a composer’s time) with the highest levels of artistic quality, La Ritirata is at home in Baroque musical traditions from all across Europe; Bach and Handel figure in the ensemble’s programmes as much as Italian and Spanish composers from the courtly traditions of Early Baroque who feature on the Glossa album Il Spiritillo Brando. And naturally, given the Boccherinian reference in its name, La Ritirata holds a special place in its heart for the Classical era composer from Lucca who settled in Spain: programmes of cello sonatas, string trios and other chamber works feature in the group’s repertory.



    Andrea Falconieri, also known as Falconiero (1585 -1656) was an Italian musician, singer and composer of baroque music. Born in Naples, Falconieri attended numerous Italian aristocratic courts, such as Modena and Parma, Genoa and from 1639 he was at the King's Court in Naples, as a musician. Between 1616 and 1620 he composed 7 collections (six of songs and one of motets). After this period he probably held a position as a musician at the court of Florence. Between 1621 and 1628, he traveled and stayed in Spain and France. Returning to Italy, he was present (1628) to the marriage between Margherita de 'Medici and the Duke of Parma Edward I; he later returned to his Naples, where he died (probably) during the infamous plague epidemic of that year. His work includes Madrigali, Mottetti and other instrumental compositions. Among his works we can remember the book Primo di Canzoni, Sinfonie, Fantasie, Capricci, sonatas for violins, violas; dedicated to Juan José of Austria, son of the Spanish king Philip IV: in this work he combines the Italian style with the Spanish one.

  • Falconieri : Sinfonia La suave melodia - L Arpeggiata/ Christina Pluhar

    3:31

  • Andrea Falconieri. Сompositions. Performed by Ensemble Сordevento.

    14:04

    Фрагменты концерта фестиваля Музыкальный Эрмитаж в Эрмитажном театре Санкт-Петербурга 17.02.2013. Ансамбль Кордевенто ( Эрик Босграаф, Изар Элиас, Алессандро Пиану) исполняет 10 сочинений композитора Андреа Фальконьери. Это старинные танцы: бранли, куранты, алеманды.

  • Andrea Falconieri : Folias echa para mi senora

    3:29

    Maria Jonas & Bois de Cologne. Stella Splendens

    CD info:

    Meike Herzig: Flautas / Blockfloten / Recorders
    Dorothee Oberlinger: Flautas / Blockf/oten / Recorders
    Tom Daun: Arpa / Harfen / Harps

  • Falconieri, Andrea: Passacaglia

    4:16

    Falconieri, Andrea: Canzone, Sinfonie & Fantasie
    Ensemble Isabelle de Este - Symphonia, 1994.
    review on (HU)

  • Falconieri - Bella Porta Di Rubini

    1:31

    Soprano Renee Rankin singing 'Bella Porta di Rubini' by Andrea Falconieri. Performing at final assessment Recital at Monash University, Melbourne for Bachelor of Music, Classical Voice on November 15th 2011. The accompanist is Janet Perkins.
    This was the first of 11 pieces that I sang for my 3rd Year Recital at Monash University Music Auditorium. Thank you Janet for your beautiful accompaniment and thank you to my wonderful teacher Loris Synan, OAM. Also thank you to my friends and family for supporting me on this special day. A special thank you to my sister, costume designer Tessa Rankin, for my beautiful dress!

  • Falconieri: Passacaglia In G Minor

    2:57

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Falconieri: Passacaglia In G Minor · Daniel Hope · Lorenza Borrani · Jonathan Cohen · Kristian Bezuidenhout · Hans-Kristian Kjos Sorensen

    Air - a baroque journey

    ℗ 2009 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin

    Released on: 2009-01-01

    Producer: Dr. Alexander Buhr
    Producer, Recording Producer: John West
    Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer: Mike Hatch
    Composer: Andrea Falconieri

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Bella porta di rubini - Andrea Falconieri

    1:59

    Poesia e musica in questo semplice brano si sposano mirabilmente!

  • La Suave Melodia, sua corrente - Andrea Falconieri

    3:02

    Icarus ensemble
    Hilde de Wolf - ganassi flute
    Regina Albanez - baroque guitar
    La Suave Melodia, sua corrente - Andrea Falconieri 1585-1656

  • Falconieri, Andrea: La Suave Melodia

    3:21

    Falconieri, Andrea: Canzone, Sinfonie & Fantasie
    Ensemble Isabelle de Este - Symphonia, 1994.
    review on (HU)

  • Andrea Falconieri: Corriente dicha la Mota, echa para Don Pedro de la Mota

    59

    This extract is taken from the new programme, Il Spiritillo Brando: dance music in the courts of Italy and Spain, c.1650, from La Ritirata - Josetxu Obregón, to be released on CD by Glossa, with international distribution commencing in May 2013:


    Buy here:


    Cómpralo aquí:

    Hier kaufen:

    Acheter ici:

    iTunes:

    La Ritirata
    Tamar Lalo, recorder
    Miren Zeberio, baroque violin
    Enrike Solinís, baroque guitar
    Daniel Zapico, theorbo
    Ignacio Prego, harpsichord
    David Mayoral, percussion
    Josetxu Obregón, baroque cello & direction

    Andrea Falconieri (1585-1656)
    Corriente dicha la Mota, echa para Don Pedro de la Mota

    For booking the concert programme over forthcoming seasons, please contact info@laritirata.com

    Filmed by Manuel Prieto, sound engineering by Federico Prieto (Master Acoustics)




    About this CD

    With Il Spiritillo Brando from La Ritirata comes an opportunity to enjoy exciting performances from a new name on the Spanish early music scene as well as a thrilling ride across the terrain of the Spanish and Italian courtly instrumental traditions as the Renaissance danced its way into the Baroque.

    Not since the days when brothers José Miguel and Emilio Moreno made their first recordings for Glossa has any Spanish musician been invited to figure on the label from El Escorial. This is now changing with the arrival of the talents of Josetxu Obregón and his Spanish colleagues from La Ritirata -- counting amongst them the best in the younger string, plucked-string, wind and keyboard players from the country -- as they bring us the dance rhythm delights of Andrea Falconieri, whose music leads the way into contributions from the likes of Diego Ortiz and Bartolomé de Selma y Salaverde; permitting the individual members of La Ritirata to demonstrate their virtuosic skills and commitment to the music that they perform. This includes Josetxu Obregón himself, who as a cellist, delights in music from late 17th century exponents of the cello in Giuseppe Maria Jacchini, Giovanni Battista Vitali and Domenico Gabrielli.

    As the title implies, Il Spiritillo Brando evokes both the social dancing which will have taken place in the court of the Spanish viceroyalty in Naples itself, and the mischievous duendes which roamed the streets, animating all the proceedings in the vicinity!

  • La suave melodia y su corrente - Andrea Falconieri

    3:19

    La suave melodia y su corrente - Andrea Falconieri (1586-1656)
    aus: Il primo libro di canzone, sinfonie, fantasie, Napoli, 1650

    Ensemble La Musa Armonica
    Lina Manrique - Gambe
    Parsival Castro - Theorbe
    Diogo Rodrigues - Barockguitare

    Basel, Juli 2013

  • Andrea Falconieri - ECO / Luca Tarantino - archlute

    4:51

    from the album ”Il Più Bel Fiore”, archlute music from the
    Libro di Leuto di Giuseppe Antonio Doni - Assisi, Italy 1620-1640
    Luca Tarantino - 14 course Archlute

    CGS - CanzoniereGrecanicoSalentino 2019
    PUGLIASOUNDS RECORD 2019







    original clips and contributions courtesy of

    Maya Kagawa Kemanai
    Davide Barletti
    Valeria Girau
    Maurizio Buttazzo
    Ludovica Girau
    Lara Castrignanò
    Paola Bonora
    Francesco Biffi
    Luca Tarantino
    Donata Bologna
    Giovanna Buttazzo
    Angelica Benincasa
    Benoit Bernard
    Alice Fiorilli
    Carlo Mazzotta
    Nica Campanelli
    Mauro Durante - CGS
    Circolo nautico l’Approdo - Porto Cesareo
    Francesca De Santis
    Barbara Mangiacavalli
    Valentina Tarantino

  • Il Spiritillo Brando - Andrea Falconieri: New CD by La Ritirata, Glossa 2013

    3:01

    This extract is taken from the new programme, Il Spiritillo Brando: dance music in the courts of Italy and Spain, c.1650, from La Ritirata & Josetxu Obregón, released on CD by Glossa:

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    About this CD

    With Il Spiritillo Brando from La Ritirata comes an opportunity to enjoy exciting performances from a new name on the Spanish early music scene as well as a thrilling ride across the terrain of the Spanish and Italian courtly instrumental traditions as the Renaissance danced its way into the Baroque.

    Not since the days when brothers José Miguel and Emilio Moreno made their first recordings for Glossa has any Spanish musician been invited to figure on the label from El Escorial. This is now changing with the arrival of the talents of Josetxu Obregón and his Spanish colleagues from La Ritirata -- counting amongst them the best in the younger string, plucked-string, wind and keyboard players from the country -- as they bring us the dance rhythm delights of Andrea Falconieri, whose music leads the way into contributions from the likes of Diego Ortiz and Bartolomé de Selma y Salaverde; permitting the individual members of La Ritirata to demonstrate their virtuosic skills and commitment to the music that they perform. This includes Josetxu Obregón himself, who as a cellist, delights in music from late 17th century exponents of the cello in Giuseppe Maria Jacchini, Giovanni Battista Vitali and Domenico Gabrielli.

    As the title implies, Il Spiritillo Brando evokes both the social dancing which will have taken place in the court of the Spanish viceroyalty in Naples itself, and the mischievous duendes which roamed the streets, animating all the proceedings in the vicinity!

    La Ritirata

    Tamar Lalo, recorders
    Miren Zeberio, Baroque violin
    Raúl Orellana, Baroque violin
    Enrike Solinís, Baroque guitar & archlute
    Daniel Zapico, theorbo
    Ignacio Prego, harpsichord
    Daniel Oyarzábal, chest organ
    Sara Águeda, triple harp
    David Mayoral, percussion

    Josetxu Obregón, Baroque cello & direction

    TRACKLIST:

    IL SPIRITILLO BRANDO
    Andrea Falconieri

    Dance music in the courts of Italy and Spain, c.1650


    Diego Ortiz (c.1510-c.1570)
    01 Recercadas sobre tenores italianos

    Andrea Falconieri (1585-1656)
    02 Corriente dicha la Mota, echa para Don Pedro de la Mota
    03 Ciaccona
    04 La Benedetta

    Giovanni Battista Vitali (1632-1692)
    05 Toccata
    06 Bergamasca per la lettera B

    Dario Castello (c.1590-c.1630)
    07 Sonata II a sopran solo

    Andrea Falconieri
    08 La Suave Melodia
    09 Passacalle
    10 Alemana dicha Villega

    Giuseppe Maria Jacchini (1667-1727)
    11 Sonata VIII per Camera

    Juan Cabanilles (1644-1712)
    12 Corrente italiana

    Diego Ortiz
    13 Recercadas sobre la canción Doulce Memoire

    Andrea Falconieri
    14 Folias echa para mi Señora Doña Tarolilla de Carallenos

    Bartolomé de Selma y Salaverde (c.1580-c.1640)
    15 Fantasia a basso solo

    Giovanni Gabrieli (1563-1612)
    16 Ricercare del VII e VIII tono

    Andrea Falconieri
    17 Corrente detta L'Auellina
    18 Corriente dicha la Cuella
    19 Il Spiritillo Brando
    20 Brando dicho el Melo

    Anonymous (17th century)
    21 Chacona

    Domenico Gabrielli (1659-1690)
    22 Ricercare V

    Bartolomé de Selma y Salaverde
    23 Canzon quinta a tre, Doi Soprani e Basso

    Andrea Falconieri
    24 Battaglia de Barabaso yerno de Satanás


    Filmed by Manuel Prieto, sound engineering by Federico Prieto (Master Acoustics)
    Harpsichord built and tuned by Rafael Marijuan

  • Andrea Falconieri, 3 brani-Giovanni Furlanetto

    3:59

    Andrea Falconieri :3 Brani.Giovanni Furlanetto ,Marco Zambelli al Pianoforte- recital Aix en Provence

  • Andrea Falconieri - Ciaccona A.3

    2:09

    Andrea Falconieri Ciacona a 3

    copyright Marie Vozková

  • Andrea Falconieri - Folias echa para mi Señora Doña Tarolilla de Carallenos

    4:50

    Andrea Falconiero (c.1585-1656)
    Folias echa para mi Señora Doña Tarolilla de Carallenos
    Il primo libro di Canzone, Sinfonie, Fantasie, Capricci etc.. - Napoli, 1650

    Baschenis Ensemble - Zero Emission Baroque Orchestra
    /

    Michele Bertucci, Donato Sansone - flauti dolci
    Giorgio Tosi - violino
    Sergio Chierici - organo portativo
    Claudia Poz - violoncello
    Alessandro Nasello - dulciana
    Nicola Moneta - violone
    Silvio Rosi - chitarrone
    Marco Montanelli - clavicembalo

    2014

  • Andrea Falconieri Sua suave melodia, corrente

    2:54

  • Bella Porta / O Bellisimi Cappelli Andrea Falconieri

    2:54

    Laud Gustavo Castro
    Soprano Renée Mariem Baruch

  • falconieri: Batalla de Barabaso Yerno de Satanas

    5:19

    Andrea Falconieri - Batalla de Barabaso Yerno de Satanas

    ZEBO (Zero Emission Baroque Orchestra)

    Giorgio Tosi - violino
    Michele Bertucci - flauto dolce e ghironda
    Donato Sansone - gaita, percussioni
    Sergio Chierici - organo portativo
    Anna Maria - Barbaglia dulciana
    Claudia Poz - violoncello
    Silvio Rosi - chitarra
    Marco Montanelli - clavicembalo

    registrato presso la Chiesa Vecchia di Belgirate (Vb)

  • Andrea Falconieri, Folias

    4:29

    Andrea FALCONIERI (ca. 1585 -- 1656)
    Folias echa para mi Señora Doña Tarolilla de Carallenos (Il Primo Libro di Canzone, Sinfonie, Fantasie [...], Napoli, Pietro
    Accademia d'Arcadia
    Progetto Et manchi pietà, Accademia d'Arcadia & Anagoor

  • Andrea Falconieri - Brando dicho el Melo

    1:21

    * Napoli, Italia

    Andrea Falconieri:
    Brando dicho el Melo
    Su Corrente
    Brando dicho el Melo

    Musica Glorifica / from CD [Psalms for you]

    The full streaming/downloadable ablum in high quality audio is available in bandcamp:


    Baroque Violin: Jin Kim
    Baroque Cello: Mime Yamahiro
    Theorbo: Regina Albanez
    Cembalo: Ryunoske Okada

    *
    *

  • Andrea Falconiero _ Folias echa para mi Señora Doña Tarolilla de Carallenos

    4:29

    From 'Altre Follie. 1500-1750' (Alia Vox, 2005)

    Hespèrion XXI (conducted by Jordi Savall)

    Xavier Díaz-Latorre, guitar and theorbo
    Carlos García-Bernalt, harpsichord
    Xavier Puertas, violone
    Mauro Lopes, violin
    Balázs Maté, cello

    Conductor: Jordi Savall


  • ANDREA FALCONIERI 1586--1656 2 VILLANELLE

    3:23

    The Greek tenor George Filadelfefs singing ANDREA FALCONIERI
    O bellissimi capelli Occhietti amati
    Resital March 2014 in Ruse opera house

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