Ensemble Caprice: The Gypsy Baroque (from Hungary, Poland, Romania)

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The Gypsy Baroque [HUNGARIAN, POLISH, SLOVAKIAN]: Selection from the Collection Uhrovska (1730) - Part I / Ensemble Caprice
I. C 91 - 0:06
II. C 260 - 1:52
III. Hungaricus 45 & 49 - 2:58
IV. Hungaricus 58 - 4:38
V. Netrap zradna - 6:36
VI. Samas biela biwala - 10:02
VII. Mostek mame - 10:52
VIII. Con nam nassj reknu - 12:33



Part III from COLLECTION UHROVSKA (1730)

I. Hungaricus 4 Fejedvar Tanz - Hungaricus 1 - 0:06
II. C 160 - 4:10


Arrangements and cadenzas by Matthias Maute

Sophie Larivière (flute traversiere)
Matthias Maute (flautino, recorder, flute traversiere & violin)
Mark Simons (chalumeau)
David Greenberg (violin)
Olivier Brault (piccolo violin)
Pami Paull (viola)
Susie Napper (violoncello)
Francis Palma-Pelletier (double bass)
David Jacques (baroque guitar)
Erin Elyard (harpsichord)
Ziya Tabassian (percussion)
Carmen Genest (voice)

[on authentic instruments]

Ensemble Caprice / Matthias Maute (conductor)



The Gypsy Baroque: Fà nyé mama for two recorders, chalumeau, strings & b.c. / Ensemble Caprice

TRADITIONAL FROM ROMANIA

FÀ NYÉ MAMA - 0:05
for two recorders, two violins, chalumeau, viola, violoncello and basso continuo

Arrangements and cadenzas by Matthias Maute

Sophie Larivière (recorder I)
Matthias Maute (recorder II)
Mark Simons (chalumeau)
David Greenberg (violin I)
Olivier Brault (violin II)
Pami Paull (viola)
Susie Napper (violoncello)
Francis Palma-Pelletier (double bass)
David Jacques (baroque guitar)
Ziya Tabassian (percussion)
Carmen Genest (voice)

[on authentic instruments]

Ensemble Caprice / Matthias Maute (conductor)
http://www.ensemblecaprice.com/

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