Janequin – Petite Nymphe folastre

Забележителният блог, посветен на поезията на Ронсар, която тук търпеливо и прецизно е превеждана на английски, започва да въвежда и музикалния контекст на ронсаровото творчество. Ето какво казва този страстен ронсаровед за себе си: Who am I? Lover of all sorts of music – classical, world, world-classical (Uzbek & Iraqi magam for instance), and virtually anything that won’t be on the music charts… Lover of Ronsard’s poetry (obviously) and of sonnets in general. Reader of English, French, Latin & other literature. And who is Fattoxxon? That would be Fattoxxon Mamadaliev, a great Uzbek singer of the second half of the 20th century (pronounced Patahan, with a very plosive ‘P’ and a throaty ‘h’, as in ‘khan’)

Oeuvres de Ronsard

To contrast with the last, a song by Janequin who was over 65 at the time he was asked by Ronsard’s publisher to contribute to a selection of settings which was printed as a supplement to the 1552 (first) publication of Ronsard’s Amours.

Title

Petite Nymphe folastre

Composer

Clément Janequin (c1485-1558)

Source

Supplement musical to the 1552 edition of Les amours de P de Ronsard Vandomoys, ensemble le cinquiesme de ses Odes, 1552

(text on recmusic.org/lieder site here)
(blog entry not yet available)
(playable score here [to come])
(recorded extract [to come] – source: )

Janequin writes in the style of an older generation: less madrigalist, indeed less melodically-driven than Bertrand’s setting of 20-odd years later. Also a much plainer setting; following the style of older polyphony (Josquin, Gombert and others) Janequin develops the setting around short motifs which are then imitated and developed across the voices…

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2 Responses to Janequin – Petite Nymphe folastre

  1. fattoxxon says:

    you are very kind! David

  2. nikolchina says:

    Not at all. David. Thank you for this adventure.

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