The surviving musical edition of Dutch Golden Age "Renaissance Man", Constantijn Huygens receives a fresh new recording from a singer who has become a connoisseur of vocal music from the seventeenth century: Cyril Auvity. The remarkable Huygens, alive for much of that century, was a poet, composer and musician whose "day job" was as a diplomat working for the Princes of Orange and who was an assiduous correspondent with leading thinkers such as Descartes, Rubens and Corneille. Huygens' "Pathodia sacra et profana" encompasses a collection of songs in Italian, French and Latin whose simplicity belies the complexity of the emotions carried within them. Those emotions are admirably conveyed by a singer whose inquisitive musical intellect takes him down less frequented paths and whose voice is rich and coloured and employed with a mastery of line. Reflecting the contemporary performances of such works by wealthy amateurs in the Dutch Republic, Myriam Rignol plays viola da gamba whilst Marie van Rhijn plays harpsichord, positive organ and the enigmatic Lautenwerck (a luteharpsichord). Each of these instruments is additionally given an opportunity to be heard in solo music from Huygens' time.
The surviving musical edition of Dutch Golden Age "Renaissance Man", Constantijn Huygens receives a fresh new recording from a singer who has become a connoisseur of vocal music from the seventeenth century: Cyril Auvity. The remarkable Huygens, alive for much of that century, was a poet, composer and musician whose "day job" was as a diplomat working for the Princes of Orange and who was an assiduous correspondent with leading thinkers such as Descartes, Rubens and Corneille. Huygens' "Pathodia sacra et profana" encompasses a collection of songs in Italian, French and Latin whose simplicity belies the complexity of the emotions carried within them. Those emotions are admirably conveyed by a singer whose inquisitive musical intellect takes him down less frequented paths and whose voice is rich and coloured and employed with a mastery of line. Reflecting the contemporary performances of such works by wealthy amateurs in the Dutch Republic, Myriam Rignol plays viola da gamba whilst Marie van Rhijn plays harpsichord, positive organ and the enigmatic Lautenwerck (a luteharpsichord). Each of these instruments is additionally given an opportunity to be heard in solo music from Huygens' time.
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Label: GLOSSA
Rel. Date: 07/17/2020
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Pathodia Sacra E Profana
Artist: Cyril Auvity
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1. Pathodia Sacra Et Profana (Excerpts): No. 22, Sospir Che Del Bel Petto
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2. Pathodia Sacra Et Profana (Excerpts): No. 23, Temer Donna Non Dei
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3. Pathodia Sacra Et Profana (Excerpts): No. 6, Dilaverunt Super Me
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4. Pathodia Sacra Et Profana (Excerpts): No. 39, Ne Crains Point Le Serein
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5. Sarabande "Jeunes Zéphirs" (Arr. J. D'anglebert)
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6. Pathodia Sacra Et Profana (Excerpts): No. 5, Avertisti Faciem
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7. Pathodia Sacra Et Profana (Excerpts): No. 33, Que Ferons-Nous
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8. Pathodia Sacra Et Profana (Excerpts): No. 12, In Quo Corriget
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9. Pathodia Sacra Et Profana (Excerpts): No. 16, Laetatus Sum
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10. Pathodia Sacra Et Profana (Excerpts): No. 28, Già Ti Chiesi Un Sospir
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11. Pathodia Sacra Et Profana (Excerpts): No. 4, Domine Deus Meus
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12. Allemande
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13. Pathodia Sacra Et Profana (Excerpts): No. 29, A Dispetto De' Venti
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14. Pathodia Sacra Et Profana (Excerpts): No. 30, Che Rumore Sento Fuore?
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15. Pathodia Sacra Et Profana (Excerpts): No. 32, Va, Donna Ingrata
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16. Pathodia Sacra Et Profana (Excerpts): No. 9, Quare Tristis Es
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17. Pathodia Sacra Et Profana (Excerpts): No. 35, Vous Me L’aviez Bien Dit
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18. Pathodia Sacra Et Profana (Excerpts): No. 17, De Profundis Clamavi
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19. Passacaille In A Minor (Arr. For Positive Organ)
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20. Pathodia Sacra Et Profana (Excerpts): No. 38, J'ai Veu Le Point Du Jour
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21. Pathodia Sacra Et Profana (Excerpts): No. 37, Tu Te Trompes, Phillis
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22. Pathodia Sacra Et Profana (Excerpts): No. 1, Multi Dicunt Animae Meae
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23. Pathodia Sacra Et Profana (Excerpts): No. 26, Orsa Bella E Crudele
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24. Pathodia Sacra Et Profana (Excerpts): No. 34, Graves Tesmoins De Mes Délices
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25. Pathodia Sacra Et Profana (Excerpts): No. 27, Con La Candida Man
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26. Pathodia Sacra Et Profana (Excerpts): No. 36, Quoy? Clorinde, Tu Pars
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27. Toccata No. 8 In E Minor, Fbwv 108 (Arr. For Lute-Harpsichord)
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The surviving musical edition of Dutch Golden Age "Renaissance Man", Constantijn Huygens receives a fresh new recording from a singer who has become a connoisseur of vocal music from the seventeenth century: Cyril Auvity. The remarkable Huygens, alive for much of that century, was a poet, composer and musician whose "day job" was as a diplomat working for the Princes of Orange and who was an assiduous correspondent with leading thinkers such as Descartes, Rubens and Corneille. Huygens' "Pathodia sacra et profana" encompasses a collection of songs in Italian, French and Latin whose simplicity belies the complexity of the emotions carried within them. Those emotions are admirably conveyed by a singer whose inquisitive musical intellect takes him down less frequented paths and whose voice is rich and coloured and employed with a mastery of line. Reflecting the contemporary performances of such works by wealthy amateurs in the Dutch Republic, Myriam Rignol plays viola da gamba whilst Marie van Rhijn plays harpsichord, positive organ and the enigmatic Lautenwerck (a luteharpsichord). Each of these instruments is additionally given an opportunity to be heard in solo music from Huygens' time.