Sienese Splendor


The sounds of this sixteenth-century Italian organ establish a tangible link to the musical culture of the Italian Renaissance. Located in Siena, the 1519 Piffaro organ has a beautiful, gentle, vocal sound that is ideal for this music. Organist Kimberly Marshall plays these delightful gems on this, her most popular recording.

Track Listing:

Four frottole
Plus de regres
Recercare primo
Salve virgo
Il e bel e bon (Passereau)
Falt d’argens (Josquin des Pres)
Ricercar, 1551
Madame vous aves mon cuor
Perdone moi sie folie
Three Renaissance dances from Intabolatura nova
Four frottole
Lautre yor per un matin
Frais et gaillard (Clemens nonPapa)
Un gai berger (Thomas Crécquillon)
Canzon francese
Ricercar del Sesto Tono

Total Playing Time: 56:51

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Height 6.00
Depth 1.00


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