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Published in Rome in 1553 and re-discovered during the 20th-Century, the 'Tratado de Glosas' by Spanish composer Diego Ortiz offers, through many variations called 'recercadas', an unmatched panorama of the instrumental music of its time. The reissue of this 1990 album in the Heritage series enables us to listen to one of Jordi Savall s best accomplishments, alongside Ton Koopman and Rolf Lislevand. On various themes, including 'La Folia' and 'Doulce memoire', Diego Ortiz and Jordi Savall demonstrate their science and their spirit of invention for our greatest entertainment!


Whether for the short, four-part suite for solo gamba or the lithe but weighty dances of the final Recercadas sobre tenores the music of Tratado de Glosas is both lyrical and melodically imaginative... A fine album. --Tim Woodall, Early Music Today- December 2013

Perf (5/5) ***** Rec (5/5) ***** 'The virtuoso Jordi Savall surveys Diego Ortiz s treatise on decoration, variation and improvisation. Wonderful.' --Anna Picard, BBC Music Magazine January 2014


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5.0 von 5 Sternen Beautiful music, beautifully played... 10. Dezember 2016
Von Rick Strong - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Beautiful music, beautifully played. Very highly recommended if, of course, you like the period. I ordered this to be able to hear these pieces after seeing a double-bass rendition of one of them, and I'm working on double-bass transcriptions of the rest of the collection now.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Once again brilliant. 23. April 2015
Von R. Davis - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Mesmerizing CD. Another outstanding offering from Savall and group. Wonderfully played and recorded, sublime music.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Five Stars 21. April 2015
Von Joe D. Bonner - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Beautiful, get this recording, it is superb!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Explore the birth of tonal harmony 18. September 2013
Von Michael Schell - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Ortiz' Recercadas del Tratado de Glosas (1553), or "Ricercars on grounds", is an important collection of instrumental works featuring some of the earliest surviving (that is, written) examples of harmony-based music. The organizing standard for many of these pieces is a short, repeating chord progression, with elaborations above them that were probably models for improvisation. Eventually these forms would grow into the more elaborate variation-based chaconnes and passacaglias associated with later composers such as Bach and even Brahms.

If you're reading the Oxford History of Western Music, there are several cited examples present in this recording. The first track comprises "Tres recercadas sobre tenores" and the third, on the Passamezzo moderno, is Taruskin's Ex. 15-13. Note the characteristic IV-V-I cadence. Taruskin considers this to be the earliest truly tonal music to be preserved though its genre probably goes back quite some time before. Certainly this is some of the earliest surviving "Baroque"-sounding music. The grounds are short enough that the entire piece is underpinned by a repeating harmonic progression (not just the random succession of modal harmonies that you get in the non-cadential passages of "ars perfecta" works), and the accompaniment features struck/strummed chords as "independent perceptual units" (Taruskin) and not as simply the result of the voice leading.

Track 4 gives seven recercadas on the La Spagna progression. This is Taruskin's Ex. 15-11, and the order is Taruskin's 2, 3, 1, 4, 5 and 6. This music still sounds a bit more old-style, intended as examples of how a viol player might improvise over a cantus firmus derived from a bassadanza (rather than a repeating ground).

The Romanesca given in Track 7 is ostensibly Taruskin's Ex. 15-12b though there are departures from the strict rendering there. Other grounds from Ex. 15-12 are in this track, and the "quinta pars" sounds like Taruskin's Ex. 15-12e "Ruggiero" though without the F♮.

This is a fine recording, and I'm glad that it's still available, both on CD and in downloadable form. As unpretentious as this music sounds to us, its implications are staggering for music history, the beginnings of true functional harmony, a kind of thinking that's now ubiquitous worldwide, but which had not materialized anywhere until many centuries of polyphonic alchemy let it to burst forth in high Renaissance Europe.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Excellent re-edition 8. Dezember 2013
Von JOSE PORCHAT - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This is the SACD version of an majestic Jordi Savall CD released in 1989, featuring Recercada Quinta sobre el "passamezzo" antiguo
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