Post is pinned.
Welcome to Musica Antiqua community!
Two simple rules to follow:
1.- All content must relate to early music. That means music composed before 1750.
2.- No video, pictures, advertisements outside of early music events and conferences are permitted.
We will delete non-related posts. Please don't take it personally. This page is popular because it remains clear of clutter so, please follow this two very simple rules.
Thank you!

¡Bienvenidos a Musica Antiqua!
Para publicar en esta comunidad hay sólo dos normas a seguir:
1.- Todo contenido debe estar relacionado con la música antigua. Esto significa música compuesta antes de 1750.
2.- No se permiten vídeos, fotos, anuncios de eventos, conciertos o conferencias que no tengan que ver con la música antigua.
Todo lo que no esté relacionado con este tema será eliminado de la página. Por favor, no lo tomes como algo personal. Esta página es popular por mantenerse fiel a sus principios. Por ello, por favor, sigue estas dos normas tan simples.
¡Gracias!

Música Antigua, ¿qué es realmente?

En el caso de la Música Antigua podemos decir que existen tres periodos bien diferenciados:

1. Música de la Edad Media (aproximadamente del año 400 al 1400). Comienza con los primeros ejemplos de música hasta el Siglo XIV. La Música Medieval es un periodo muy importante puesto que se forma toda la estructura de la música occidental que conocemos hasta el día de hoy.

2. Música del Renacimiento (aproximadamente del año 1400 al 1600). Es difícil establecer un fecha concreta de inicio del Renacimiento porque no evolucionó igual en toda Europa, cuando en algunos países ya se había dejado atrás todo vestigio medieval, en otros aún no era así, de este modo convivieron durante unos años hasta que el espíritu renacentista se impuso plenamente.

3. Música del Barroco (aproximadamente del año 1600 al 1750). Este periodo abarca desde el nacimiento de la ópera a principios del Siglo XVII hasta la mitad del siglo XVIII (simbólicamente hasta la muerte de Johann Sebastian Bach, en 1750). Se trata de una de las épocas musicales más fecundas, revolucionarias e influyentes de la música occidental.

...............................

Early Music, what is it really?

In the case of Early Music we can say that there are three distinct periods:

1. Medieval music (approximately from the year 400 to 1400). It begins with the first examples of music until the 14th century. Medieval music is a very important period since the whole structure of western music that we know until today is formed.

2. Renaissance Music (approximately from the year 1400 to 1600). It is difficult to establish a specific date for the beginning of the Renaissance because it did not evolve in the same way throughout Europe, when in some countries all medieval vestiges were left behind, in others it still was not; in this way they coexisted for a few years until the Renaissance spirit was fully imposed.

3. Baroque Music (approximately from the year 1600 to 1750). This period ranges from the birth of the opera in the early 17th century to the middle of the 18th century (symbolically until the Johann Sebastian Bach’s death, in 1750). It is one of the most fertile, revolutionary and influential musical periods of Western music.
Commenting is disabled for this post.

Post has attachment
Musiqua Antiqua : 13/12/17

Peter Philips (1560-1628) : Ascendit Deus : Bella Voce

Post has attachment
Heinrich Schütz (1585-1672)
♪ Christmas Day Vespers at the Dresden Court Chapel, c. 1664

1. Prelude: La piva [00:00]
2. Chant: Deus in adjutorium [01:51]
3. Warum toben die Heiden, SWV 23 [02:52]
4. Hymn: Christum wir sollen toben schon [06:46]
5. Historia der Geburt Jesu Christi, SWV 435 [13:37]
6. Magnificat, SWV 468 [48:50]
7. O bone Jesu, fili Mariae, SWV 471 [1:04:42]
8. Hymn: Gelobet seist du, Jesu Christ [1:11:29]
9. Collect and Blessing [1:16:04]
10. Postlude: Benedicamus Domino à 6 [1:17:39]

Charles Daniels (Evangelist, SWV 435)
Boys' Choir and Congregational Choir of Roskilde Cathedral Gabrieli Consort & Players
Paul McCreesh, conductor

Post has attachment
Still Life with Musical Instruments, Pieter de Ring, 1650, Dutch.
Photo

Post has attachment

Post has attachment

Post has shared content
This is currently the latest VistaMare Musica publication...
G.P. Telemann, 4 Trii con Viola da Gamba (Essercizii Musici 2, 6, 7 & 10)

Also extracted from the original Telemann's edition, this other Margaritae Musicae issue features the four trios with viola da gamba in the Essercizii Musici, namely:

- Trio 2do (for Cembalo & VdG in G major, TWV 42:G6)
- Trio 6to (for Flauto traverso & VdG in B minor, TWV 42:h4)
- Trio 7 (for Flauto dolce & VdG in F major, TWV 42:F3)
- Trio 10 (for Violin & VdG in D major, TWV 42:D9)

It is comprised of the score and three separate parts (for the ‘other instrument’, for the viola da gamba and for the bass), in the usual PDF, MusicXML and MuseScore's MSCZ formats, all freely downloadable.

Post has attachment

Post has attachment
viola da gamba, theorbo, violone, organ
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ei-AM5U2kF4

Post has attachment
Wait while more posts are being loaded