Pourquoy, doux rossignol CD cover

cover design: Tino Haida

CD Track List:
Pourquoy, Doux Rossignol

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  • 1. Pourquoy, doux rossignol - Jean-Baptiste de Bousset (fl.1700) / Jacques Hotteterre (1674-1763)

  • Performed on baroque alto recorder and
  • arpa doppia
Diminutions from Codex Faenza (c. 1450)
  • 2. Ave maris stella - Gregorian chant


  • Performed on medieval tenor recorder and arpa doblada

  • 3. Rosetta che non cançi mai colore - Antonio Zachara da Teramo, 1st half 15th c.

  • Performed on gothic harp

  • 4. Aquil'altera - creatura gentil - uccel de Dio - Jacopo da Bologna, 1355

  • Performed on Ganassi recorder and arpa doblada

  • 5. Doen Daphne d'overschoone maeght - Johann Jacob van Eyck (died 1657)

  • Performed on Ganassi tenor recorder and arpa doppia

  • 6. Sonata terza - Giovanni Battista Fontana (died 1630)

  • Performed Ganassi tenor recorder and arpa doppia
Dances from Luz y Norte Musical (Madrid, 1677) by Lucas Ruiz de Ribayaz


Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750): Sonata C major
  • 10. Andante - Presto

  • 11. Allegro

  • 12. Adagio

  • 13. Menuett I & II

  • Performed on voice flute and arpa doppia

Cipriano da Rore (1515-1566): Ancor che col partire

  • 15. Diminutions by Riccardo Rogniono (died 1619)

  • Performed on Ganassi recorder and arpa de dós ordenes

  • 16. Quinta pars from Trattado de Glosas (Rome 1553) by Diego Ortiz (1510-1570)

  • Performed on Ganassi recorder and arpa de dós ordenes

  • 17. Toccata prima - Michelangelo Rossi (1602-1656)

  • Performed on arpa doppia

  • 18. Sonata quinta "La Clemente" - Giovanni Antonio Pandolfi Mealli (2nd half 17th cent.)

  • Performed on Ganassi recorder and arpa doppia
  • 19. Veris dulcis in tempore - Anonymus, Carmina Burana (Germany, 14th c.)

  • 20. Byrd one brere / Sumer is icumen in - Anonymus (England, 13th c.)

  • Performed on medieval tenor recorder and arpa doblada

  • 21. Le rossignol en amour - François Couperin (1668-1733)

  • Performed on voice flute and arpa doppia