Sounds of St Cecilia's – Pamela Jackson Concert



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Artist:
Spinacino Consort


Genre:
Music - Classical,Historical

Age Limit:
5+

Description:
At the turn of the 16th century, the first music ever to be printed was published by Ottaviano Petrucci in Venice. Petrucci printed some of the most popular chansons from across Europe by the most famous composers of the day, including Josquin des Prez, Alexander Agricola and Henrich Isaac, and served as inspiration for the first printed lute books by Francesco Spinacino. The Spinacino Consort takes inspiration from Spinacino's Intabulatura de Lauto, Libro Primo e Libro Secondo, reinventing this repertory for instrumental ensemble and exploring the interactions between various Venetian traditions.

Warnings:
None

Venue Code:
77
Venue Room:
St Cecilia's Hall
Venue:
St Cecilia's Hall
Venue Address:
50 Niddry Street
Venue Postcode:
EH1 1LG

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Performances

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