da Milano, Francesco - Fantasia XI - Lute

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da Milano, Francesco - Fantasia XI - Lute

Postby Maxim Joan » Thu Oct 13, 2016 7:46 pm

I find this fantasia XI of the "Divino" Canova Francesco da Milano a surprisingly elegant, like a poem.
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This fantasia XI is attributed to Francesco da Milano, the "Divino" But it would not be so sure, are in possession of a tab lute where there is a lute composition of a Anonimous composer practically equal to that attributed to the Divine.
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Re: da Milano, Francesco - Fantasia XI - Lute

Postby Stephen Kenyon » Thu Oct 13, 2016 10:45 pm

Beautifully done!

Now you've sown the seed of doubt it does sound a little unlike the great Francesco. I wonder if it is only known from the copy you mention and whether that other piece could also be recorded?
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Re: da Milano, Francesco - Fantasia XI - Lute

Postby Maxim Joan » Fri Oct 14, 2016 2:55 pm

Stephen Kenyon wrote:Beautifully done!

Now you've sown the seed of doubt it does sound a little unlike the great Francesco. I wonder if it is only known from the copy you mention and whether that other piece could also be recorded?


Thank you for listening :)
Doubt is the polyphony, the vocal line is the same, the same metric and the logic of the composition, the difference is in some agreements, Francis uses two-note chords, the anonymous enriches the three-voice polyphony, the result is a 'harmony more complete than that of the "divine"
The imagination of Francis is found in his book tab for Lute, the dell'Anonimus in an era of anonymous composers Treaty.
The only thing that is not clear is who has composed before the Fantasia, Francis from Milan or Anonimous?
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Re: da Milano, Francesco - Fantasia XI - Lute

Postby PeteJ » Thu Oct 20, 2016 9:25 am

Beautiful.

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Re: da Milano, Francesco - Fantasia XI - Lute

Postby cliffbryant » Thu Oct 20, 2016 12:25 pm

Thanks for sharing this. Made my morning...

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Re: da Milano, Francesco - Fantasia XI - Lute

Postby Maxim Joan » Thu Oct 20, 2016 1:09 pm

cliffbryant wrote:Thanks for sharing this. Made my morning...

A thank you to Cliffbryant & PeteJ is a pleasure to record these beautiful pages of Francesco da Milano and then be heard, thanks Joan :bye:

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Re: da Milano, Francesco - Fantasia XI - Lute

Postby Maxim Joan » Thu Feb 23, 2017 9:51 am

PeteJ wrote:Beautiful.


I am very honored of your listening PeteJ, sincere thanks to Maxim Joan :merci:


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