Bartoloméo da Selma y Salaverde (c.1580-c.1638) – Fantasia IX
From the February 22, 2009 Chicago Early Music Consort Performance of Per Amore – Music of Love from the Italian Seicento.' Audio Recording by Free Chin, Choice Media Design, Chicago, IL. For more information about the Chicago early Music Consort, visit http://www.chicagoearlymusicconsort.org/. This video content is Copyright © 2008/ 2009 the Chicago Early music Consort and appears here on the GambaCast by permission. Acclaimed for its imaginative programming and delicate, flawlessly-performed music, the Chicago Early Music Consort recreates the rich and diverse sounds of the Middle Ages, Renaissance and early Baroque chamber repertoire in an historically-informed manner. Founded by its Artistic Director, Gary Berkenstock, the ensemble consists of Stephanie Sheffield, soprano; Gary Berkenstock, recorder and other early wind instruments; Joel Spears, lute, theorbo and harp; and Phillip W. Serna, viola da gamba and vielle. The Consort appears throughout the Midwest and has performed live on Chicagos premiere fine arts station, 98.7WFMT. Programs are built around interesting historical and social themes to which modern audiences can easily relate. For more information, visit www.ChicagoEarlyMusicConsort.org.
Bass News Right To Your Inbox!
Subscribe to get our weekly newsletter covering the double bass world.