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Scaramanzia

Rolf Lislevand

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1
Romanesca
Antonio Carbonchi; Rolf Lislevand; Thor-Harald Johnsen; Bjørn Kjellemyr
3:34
2
Capricci armonici
Giovanni Battista Granata; Rolf Lislevand; Thor-Harald Johnsen; Bjørn Kjellemyr
5:00
3
Capona
Antonio Carbonchi; Rolf Lislevand; Thor-Harald Johnsen
2:38
4
Passacaille - Prelude - Sarabande - Gigue
Francesco Corbetta; Rolf Lislevand; Thor-Harald Johnsen
6:41
5
Calata per cantare
Antonio Carbonchi; Rolf Lislevand; Thor-Harald Johnsen; Ulrik Gaston Larsen
2:38
6
Tarantella (arr. by R. Lislevand & T.H. Johnsen)
Traditional; Rolf Lislevand; Thor-Harald Johnsen
1:05
7
Corrente franzese
Antonio Carbonchi; Rolf Lislevand; Thor-Harald Johnsen; Ulrik Gaston Larsen
1:54
8
Passacagli per tutte le lettere
Domenico Pellegrini; Rolf Lislevand; Thor-Harald Johnsen
7:55
9
Scaramanze
Antonio Carbonchi; Rolf Lislevand; Thor-Harald Johnsen; Ulrik Gaston Larsen
5:51
10
Sarabande
Francesco Corbetta; Rolf Lislevand; Thor-Harald Johnsen
2:19
11
Canarios (arr. by R. Lislevand & T.H. Johnsen)
Traditional; Rolf Lislevand; Thor-Harald Johnsen
3:48
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    43:23
Norwegian early music performer Rolf Lislevand dedicates this album to Italian music composed for the Baroque guitar and the chitarra battente from the mid-17th century. This very specific repertoire connects music from the past and sheds light on the present, as Lislevand creates a bewitching and modern sonic universe, based on music and improvisations inspired by Carbonchi, Corbetta, Granata, Pellegrini and traditional pieces.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Naive Studio Masters

Recorded in April 2006 in Studio Tibor Varga, Sion (Switzerland)
Recording producer: Jean-Pierre Loisil
Balance engineer: Laure Casenave-Péré
Recording system Kali Son
Recording & editing system: Pyramix
Microphones: Neumann M 149, DPA 4003
Preamplifiers & converter: DAD AX 24
Translation: Charles Johnston
Photo p.2 : © Jean-Pierre Loisil
Artwork: Valérie Lagarde

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