℗ 2022 Gramola Records
Released October 7, 2022
Duration 1h 02m 16s
Genre Classical (Renaissance)
 

Baroque Arabesque

Fiori Musicali Austria

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Nuove musiche e nuova maniera di scriverle  
1.1
No. 35, Dalla porta d’oriente
Fiori Musicali Austria
3:49
1.2
Yo me enamore de un aire (Arr. M. Brecelj for Renaissance Ensemble)
Fiori Musicali Austria
4:44
1.3
Antiodotum tarantulae (Arr. M. Brecelj for Renaissance Ensemble)
Fiori Musicali Austria
2:03
1.4
Modo hypodorico in D Minor (Arr. M. Brecelj for Renaissance Ensemble)
Fiori Musicali Austria
2:50
Alcina, HWV 34  
1.5
Tornami a vagheggiar (Arr. M. Brecelj for Renaissance Ensemble)
Fiori Musicali Austria
5:09
1.6
Nihâvend longa
Fiori Musicali Austria
4:16
1.7
Amor dormiglione (Arr. M. Brecelj for Renaissance Ensemble)
Fiori Musicali Austria
4:49
1.8
Capricho árabe (Arr. M. Brecelj for Harpsichord)
Marinka Brecelj
4:38
Sonata, Op. 4 No. 12  
1.9
La Follia
Fiori Musicali Austria
9:18
1.10
Üsküdara gideriken (Arr. M. Brecelj for Renaissance Ensemble)
Fiori Musicali Austria
4:03
1.11
Scalerica de oro (Arr. M. Brecelj for Renaissance Ensemble)
Fiori Musicali Austria
2:51
1.12
Les barricades mystérieuses
Fiori Musicali Austria
3:17
1.13
Yo era niña (Arr. M. Brecelj for Renaissance Ensemble)
Fiori Musicali Austria
2:49
1.14
Dance from the Black Sea
Fiori Musicali Austria
3:31
1.15
Adio querida (Arr. M. Brecelj for Renaissance Ensemble)
Fiori Musicali Austria
4:09
Digital Booklet
The Ensemble Fiori Musicali Austria was founded by the Italian harpsichordist and pianist Marinka Brecelj in 2002 to perform Renaissance and Baroque music from Italy. Over the years, crossover elements of traditional Italian, Sephardic, Oriental or South American music have also enriched the spectrum, as can be impressively experienced on the album Baroque Arabesque: Oriental instruments such as oud (Orwa Saleh) and various frame drums (Pat Feldner) and last but not least the singing of the Turkish singer Özlem Bulut blend with harpsichord (Marinka Brecelj), viola da gamba (Pia Pircher) and Baroque violin (Julia Kainz) to form an extremely fascinating melange of Orient and Occident. Arias by G. F. Handel or G. Caccini, instrumentals by Athanasius Kircher, Kevser Han?m, Francisco Tárrega or François Couperin and traditional songs of the Sephardic as well as from the Eastern Mediterranean immerse the audience in past eras and other cultures.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Gramola Records Studio Masters
Track title
Peak
(dB FS)
RMS
(dB FS)
LUFS
(integrated)
DR
Album average
Range of values
-1.40
-5.35 to -0.10
-16.84
-21.47 to -13.85
-13.97
-18.60 to -10.80
10
8 to 12
1
No. 35, Dalla porta d’oriente
-0.30-18.08-15.212
2
Yo me enamore de un aire (Arr. M. Brecelj for Renaissance Ensemble)
-0.30-17.47-14.510
3
Antiodotum tarantulae (Arr. M. Brecelj for Renaissance Ensemble)
-4.30-20.08-16.810
4
Modo hypodorico in D Minor (Arr. M. Brecelj for Renaissance Ensemble)
-2.25-16.56-13.910
5
Tornami a vagheggiar (Arr. M. Brecelj for Renaissance Ensemble)
-0.30-15.73-12.38
6
Nihâvend longa
-0.30-15.94-13.111
7
Amor dormiglione (Arr. M. Brecelj for Renaissance Ensemble)
-0.30-13.85-10.99
8
Capricho árabe (Arr. M. Brecelj for Harpsichord)
-5.35-21.47-18.611
9
La Follia
-0.10-17.37-14.411
10
Üsküdara gideriken (Arr. M. Brecelj for Renaissance Ensemble)
-1.26-16.78-14.211
11
Scalerica de oro (Arr. M. Brecelj for Renaissance Ensemble)
-0.30-13.98-10.88
12
Les barricades mystérieuses
-5.04-19.76-17.710
13
Yo era niña (Arr. M. Brecelj for Renaissance Ensemble)
-0.30-15.03-11.89
14
Dance from the Black Sea
-0.30-14.71-12.810
15
Adio querida (Arr. M. Brecelj for Renaissance Ensemble)
-0.30-15.74-12.59

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