The Ciaramella Ensemble Dances On Movable Ground 180g 45rpm LP
The Ciaramella Ensemble Dances On Movable Ground 180g 45rpm LP
Genre: Classical
Label: Yarlung
Format: 45RPM,
Size: 12"

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The Ciaramella Ensemble Dances On Movable Ground 180g 45rpm LP

Ciaramella Ensemble

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YARLP9261-45
UPC:
889211092611
TAS Super LP List! Special Merit: Collections

Michael Fremer Rated 9/11 Music, 11/11 Sonics!
180g 45rpm Vinyl LP! Vinyl Mastering by Bernie Grundman!


"Five Stars" & "Editor's Choice" - from London's Early Music Today


On this release, the Ciaramella Ensemble perform music composed by Gaspar Sanz, Andrea Falconieri, Alessandro Piccinini, Adam Knight Gilbert, and Diego Ortiz.

People have been dancing as long as we can remember. Medieval children ringing round the roses of the Black Plague, Renaissance nobility processing to the stately basse danse, city folk courting to the steps of the pavane, and the already pregnant bride in Brueghel's painting The Peasant Wedding, all danced their way through the rituals of life; courtship, marriage, political intrigue, harvest, and the final Dance of Death which we must all join regardless of social status, wealth or position.

The title "Ciaramella: dances on Movable Ground" plays on the fact that they live in Southern California, where the ground might roll or shake below their feet at any time. But dancing on shifting grounds is also a musical concept that serves as a unifying element in this recording. Grounds are the repeated chord progressions and melodies that lie at the heart of Renaissance and Baroque dance. these grounds form the basis of almost all dances of the early modern era. Players would improvise melodies and variations, beginning first with simple melodies, and gradually adding increasingly florid and virtuosic variations to show off their skill and invention.

Ciaramella are a six-member ensemble bringing to life Medieval and early Renaissance music from historical events and manuscripts. Praised for performing intricate 15th c. counterpoint "with the ease of jazz musicians improvising on a theme," its members are united by the conviction that every composition conceals a rich story waiting to be unlocked through historical research and a speculative performance.

Founded on a core of winds: shawm, sackbut, recorder, bagpipe, and voice, Ciaramella takes its name from the Italian shawm (a centuries old woodwind family instrument) and from a 15th c. song about a beautiful girl whose clothes are full of holes. When she opens her mouth, she knocks men flat. Ciaramella's members met as graduate students at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. They first performed together on Christmas Day 2003 in Spoleto, Italy.

This release is the first ever 45rpm Vinyl LP available from Yarlung Records.

"Your stereo was made for Ciaramella's Dances on Movable Ground... The sonics are astonishing and the Pallas pressing dead quiet. Quite simply, if you want to know how good your stereo can possibly sound, get this short, but delightful record (if the woodwinds "break up", blame your turntable, not the recording or pressing)!" - Michael Fremer, www.analogplanet.com, 9/11 Music, 11/11 Sound!

"We recorded this album using RMGI 468 tape, five-foot long Yarlung-Records designed stranded silver interconnects, customized vacuum tube preamplifiers by Elliot Midwood and no mixer. The signal path was as short as we could make it, with as few electronics between performer and final product as possible. There is no compression or limiting on this 45 RPM vinyl pressing and Bernie cut the lacquer directly from the tape, bypassing the board." -Bob Attiyeh, producer

"A real stunner of Renaissance music and dance. This album is as good as it gets...a jewel. Alive with definition, the "you are there" sound pops into the room right before your ears. Best imaging, pacing, and sense of verisimiltude I have ever heard...Bravo Yarlung!" -Robert H. Levi, PFO

"...dance tunes from the Baroque and Renaissance. It doesn't get better than this! Ciaramella is magic." -Michala Petri

"...when these extremely talented musicians begin to play, their liveliness and freshness is almost palpable. This is not just dance music; at its best, this is living music, current, non-academic, and certainly not old. Dance music was there from the beginning. And when it is played like this, the sounds of 300 years ago sound as if the were made only yesterday." -Robert Strobl, Toccata-Alte Musik aktuell

Features:
• 180g Vinyl
• 45rpm
• Made in Germany
• Mastering Engineers: Steve Hoffman & Bob Attiyeh
• Vinyl Mastering: Bernie Grundman
• Recorded in Alfred Newman Hall, USC, June 27-30, 2011

Musicians:
Ciaramella Ensemble
Adam Knight Gilbert, recorder, percussion
Rotem Gilbert, recorder, percussion
Doug Miliken, dulcian
Malachai Komanoff Bandy, viola da gamba
Jason Yoshida, guitar, theorbo
Arthur Omura, harpsichord
Jose Gurria-Cardenas, percussion

Selections:
Gaspar Sanz (1640-1710)

1. Jacaras
Andrea Falconieri (1585-1656)
2. Passacalle
Adam Knight Gilbert (b.1961)
3. The Fisher and Fox
Alessandro Piccinini (1566-1638)
4. Chiaconna in partite variate
Andrea Falconieri
5. L'Eroica
Anonymous
6. Greensleeves to a Ground
Diego Ortiz (1510-1570)
7. Recercada ottava
Description
TAS Super LP List! Special Merit: Collections

Michael Fremer Rated 9/11 Music, 11/11 Sonics!
180g 45rpm Vinyl LP! Vinyl Mastering by Bernie Grundman!


"Five Stars" & "Editor's Choice" - from London's Early Music Today


On this release, the Ciaramella Ensemble perform music composed by Gaspar Sanz, Andrea Falconieri, Alessandro Piccinini, Adam Knight Gilbert, and Diego Ortiz.

People have been dancing as long as we can remember. Medieval children ringing round the roses of the Black Plague, Renaissance nobility processing to the stately basse danse, city folk courting to the steps of the pavane, and the already pregnant bride in Brueghel's painting The Peasant Wedding, all danced their way through the rituals of life; courtship, marriage, political intrigue, harvest, and the final Dance of Death which we must all join regardless of social status, wealth or position.

The title "Ciaramella: dances on Movable Ground" plays on the fact that they live in Southern California, where the ground might roll or shake below their feet at any time. But dancing on shifting grounds is also a musical concept that serves as a unifying element in this recording. Grounds are the repeated chord progressions and melodies that lie at the heart of Renaissance and Baroque dance. these grounds form the basis of almost all dances of the early modern era. Players would improvise melodies and variations, beginning first with simple melodies, and gradually adding increasingly florid and virtuosic variations to show off their skill and invention.

Ciaramella are a six-member ensemble bringing to life Medieval and early Renaissance music from historical events and manuscripts. Praised for performing intricate 15th c. counterpoint "with the ease of jazz musicians improvising on a theme," its members are united by the conviction that every composition conceals a rich story waiting to be unlocked through historical research and a speculative performance.

Founded on a core of winds: shawm, sackbut, recorder, bagpipe, and voice, Ciaramella takes its name from the Italian shawm (a centuries old woodwind family instrument) and from a 15th c. song about a beautiful girl whose clothes are full of holes. When she opens her mouth, she knocks men flat. Ciaramella's members met as graduate students at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. They first performed together on Christmas Day 2003 in Spoleto, Italy.

This release is the first ever 45rpm Vinyl LP available from Yarlung Records.

"Your stereo was made for Ciaramella's Dances on Movable Ground... The sonics are astonishing and the Pallas pressing dead quiet. Quite simply, if you want to know how good your stereo can possibly sound, get this short, but delightful record (if the woodwinds "break up", blame your turntable, not the recording or pressing)!" - Michael Fremer, www.analogplanet.com, 9/11 Music, 11/11 Sound!

"We recorded this album using RMGI 468 tape, five-foot long Yarlung-Records designed stranded silver interconnects, customized vacuum tube preamplifiers by Elliot Midwood and no mixer. The signal path was as short as we could make it, with as few electronics between performer and final product as possible. There is no compression or limiting on this 45 RPM vinyl pressing and Bernie cut the lacquer directly from the tape, bypassing the board." -Bob Attiyeh, producer

"A real stunner of Renaissance music and dance. This album is as good as it gets...a jewel. Alive with definition, the "you are there" sound pops into the room right before your ears. Best imaging, pacing, and sense of verisimiltude I have ever heard...Bravo Yarlung!" -Robert H. Levi, PFO

"...dance tunes from the Baroque and Renaissance. It doesn't get better than this! Ciaramella is magic." -Michala Petri

"...when these extremely talented musicians begin to play, their liveliness and freshness is almost palpable. This is not just dance music; at its best, this is living music, current, non-academic, and certainly not old. Dance music was there from the beginning. And when it is played like this, the sounds of 300 years ago sound as if the were made only yesterday." -Robert Strobl, Toccata-Alte Musik aktuell

Features:
• 180g Vinyl
• 45rpm
• Made in Germany
• Mastering Engineers: Steve Hoffman & Bob Attiyeh
• Vinyl Mastering: Bernie Grundman
• Recorded in Alfred Newman Hall, USC, June 27-30, 2011

Musicians:
Ciaramella Ensemble
Adam Knight Gilbert, recorder, percussion
Rotem Gilbert, recorder, percussion
Doug Miliken, dulcian
Malachai Komanoff Bandy, viola da gamba
Jason Yoshida, guitar, theorbo
Arthur Omura, harpsichord
Jose Gurria-Cardenas, percussion

Selections:
Gaspar Sanz (1640-1710)

1. Jacaras
Andrea Falconieri (1585-1656)
2. Passacalle
Adam Knight Gilbert (b.1961)
3. The Fisher and Fox
Alessandro Piccinini (1566-1638)
4. Chiaconna in partite variate
Andrea Falconieri
5. L'Eroica
Anonymous
6. Greensleeves to a Ground
Diego Ortiz (1510-1570)
7. Recercada ottava
ISBN
Genre
Classical
If Can Be Discounted
YES
Discontinued
NO
Inventory
6.00
Construct
0
Dropship
0
Artist
Ciaramella Ensemble
Title
Dances On Movable Ground
Composer
Additional Artists
Record Weight
180G
Record Speed
45RPM
Record Speed Record Size
12"
Multi Channel
Stereo
1
Mono
Colored
Picture Disc
1/2 Speed
DMM
Out of Print
Sell Hold/Repressing
Direct to disc
Creation Date
Release Date
04-01-2015
Availability
In Stock
Format
Vinyl
ASSOC
R
Scratch & Dent
0
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