From Braunsberg Organ Tablature The Early Decades of the 17th Century
Record company: Semplice
Year of publication: 2011
Media: CD
Duration: 53'27
 
SECD021
From Braunsberg Organ Tablature
The Early Decades of the 17th Century
  1. Anonymus. Passemus (Passamezzo) [2'51]
  2. Horatio Vecchi, Gustavo Gargiulo. Credula plaude turba [2'21
  3. Giovanni Batista Cocciola. Cantabant Sancti [2’19]
  4. Diomedes Cato. Canzona [3'30]
  5. Petrus de Drusina. Praeambulum (nr. 1) P.D.D. [0'54]
  6. Giovanni Batista Cocciola. Gloriosus Deus [2’19]
  7. Giovanni Batista Cocciola. Omnes sitientes [1’38]
  8. Petrus de Drusina. Resonet in laudibus A.P.D. [2'26]
  9. (Orlando di Lasso). Susanna se [1'40]
  10. (Orlando di Lasso). Susanna se (passegiatta, per suonar a 4 in concerto) [2'09]
  11. Anonym. Saltus [2'56]
  12. Giovanni Batista Cocciola. Veni sponsa Christi [2’26]
  13. Anonym. (Fantasia) [1'56]
  14. Giovanni Batista Cocciola. Dilectus meus loquitur [1’58]
  15. (Orlando di Lasso). Susanna se (passegiatto) [2'08]
  16. Anonym. Chorea. [1'17]
  17. Anonym. Fortuna [2'50]
  18. Giovanni Batista Cocciola. Veni dilecte mi [2’29]
  19. Petrus de Drusina. Veni Redemptor gentium P.D.D. [2'00]
  20. Anonym. Lemma [1'21]
  21. Anonym. Melos [2'53]
  22. Anonym. Praeambulum ex F [0'49]
  23. Anonym. Fuga (in F) [3'50]
  24. Anonym. Passemus (Passamezzo) [1'30]
Vilnius Municipal Choir Jauna Muzika, artistic director and conductor Vaclovas Augustinas (3, 6, 7, 12, 14, 18)
Giedre Lukštaite-Mrázková, harpsichord, organ (4, 5, 8, 13, 19-23)
Ensemble „Suonatori dei granduca" (1, 2, 9-11, 15, 16, 24)
Ruta Vosyliute (9), Ieva Baublyte (17)
Braunsberg Tablature, a significant and prominent monument of musical culture, reflects on the wide cultural panorama of 17th-century Eastern Prussia, Poland and Lithuania as well as their musical ties. With the growth of instrumental music genres in the 17th century, 16th-century liturgical and secular vocal works were often transcribed for organ. Organ tablatures written in a unique, but short-lived German form of notation were universal and served as scores for performers. Braunsberg Organ Tablature (Latin, tabula – table, slate) is a manuscript with a complicated fate which had its origin in the 17th century in the Jesuit College of Braunsberg, which belonged to the Lithuanian Jesuit province.