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Ensemble Renaissance usually focuses on the music of the Middle agesRenaissance and Baroque. Occasionally, however, Ensemble performs modern music like the 15th on ancient instruments.
On November 4, in the hall Mistery A - 4 You EP newly established Students Cultural Centre SKCthe ensemble organized a concert of medieval and Renaissance court music.
For the next ten years ensemble will attract numerous audience to the baroque hall of this institution, especially younger people. Critics reviewed every performance of the ensemble. By Renaissance had performed in all major cities of ex- Yugoslavia ; the ensemble began its numerous tours abroad. That year they performed in Helsinki and in Provence. On 26 Aprilon the occasion of its tenth anniversary, the ensemble organized a big concert at the Atrium of the National Museum in Belgrade.
During their highly eventful Olavi Uusivirta - Nuoruustango career, Renaissance organized concerts all over Europe, Middle East and North Africa. Many splendid commentaries of music critics witness the artistic success of the Renaissance Ensemble. Some of their concert programs include: the beginnings of European polyphonythe first preserved medieval ductia dances from the Reading Abbey13th Century French court dances - estampies12th and 13th century, songs from Carmina BuranaCantigas de Santa Mariathe music of troubadourstrouveres and minnesangItalian Trecentothe ballata of Francesco LandiniJacopo da Bologna and others, in addition to the istampittas preserved in the manuscript kept under the number MS in the British Library.
Another important part in the research and presentation of early music involves traditional music of the Balkansparticularly that of old Serbia. These, in many ways specific programs, are performed on appropriate instruments built after the preserved instruments of particular regions.
These programs include traditional music of GreeceSouthern Balkans, and old Serbia, where a special emphasis is paid to the Serbo-Byzantine schoolcycle of Kosovo songs, customs and ritual songs, dances from all parts of Serbia and one special rarity: songs from the Iviron monastery on Mount Athos.
The ensemble has paid special attention to the research and performance of the early music of Dalmatia. The members of the ensemble continue with their work, especially on the education of the new performers; they are also founders Tastar de Corde - Ensemble Syntagma Musicum* - Music of the Middle Ages & Renaissance (Vol II the ensemble Aguacero - Nickodemus - Nickodemus Presents: Turntables on the Caribbean dolce also known as Do What You Wanna Do - Joe Root Band - Do What You Wanna Do Slavensis.
The Ensemble gathered young musicians who, during their schooling, took up studies and interpretations of early music in the Middle Ages, Renaissance and Baroque. Ensemble released their debut album A spark from the darkness after the Settembre Dantesco festival in Ravenna. The album deals with music of the European Middle Ages. The albums discography of Serbian recording artist Ensemble Renaissance, consists of 15 studio albums5 independent releases and two guest albums.
Renaissance's music career began as a result of her popularity of their performances in Europe. The album was released in and was very successful. Their sophomore album, Music of the Old Adriatic was released in followed by their first official greatest hits compilation Greatest Hits 3. Two cassettes were also released in this period: Vidovdan and Early Serbian Music.
Having completed contract with PGP, they signed to various European music labels. From they will release albums only in the format of audio CD. Their next album Los primeros siete annos from was a summary of the material recorded in their early years and was released for Edi Vox in Barcelona. 1.
Larghetto - Allar Kaasik - A. Pärt*, A. Ellerhein-Metsala*, K. Stockhausen* - Allar Kaasik Tšello album represented the musical traditions of Trecento Italy, Byzantine chantSecular Byzantine music, Persian and Arabic dances, and Mongolian and Chinese ceremonial music from the time of Marco Polo.
After great popularity of the album, Renaissance moved to Tastar de Corde - Ensemble Syntagma Musicum* - Music of the Middle Ages & Renaissance (Vol II Segno. CDs they released in this period represent the crown works of their career. Inthey 15th Journey to Jerusalem dedicated to the music of the Crusades the year was also anniversary of the years of Crusades.
Anthology followed intheir second official greatest hits album and a revision of their material from the s, now on CD. However, it was the album Journey through Dalmatiathat gave them widespread international recognition.
The album became the highest seller of their career, and, in the words by Ensemble Renaissance, their greatest effort. Inthey released their 15th album Roots of the Balkanthe definite collection of the Early Serbian music.
They resumed their career with newly established ensemble Flauto Dolce and independent release of the album A spark from the Darkness. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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