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Various - The Story Of Great Music: From The Renaissance album flac Performer: Various
Title: The Story Of Great Music: From The Renaissance
Style: Renaissance
Released: 1967
Country: US
MP3 album: 1304 mb
FLAC album: 1869 mb
Rating: 4.1
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Genre: Classical

Great Truckin' Songs of the Renaissance is the debut album by the Australian band TISM. Originally released on vinyl as a double album on 26 September 1988, it was re-issued by Shock Records as a lone compact disc. The album reached No. 48 on the ARIA Charts in October 1988.

Surprise guests include Ann & Nancy Wilson from the rock group Heart as well as critically acclaimed Early Music artists Piffaro, The Baltimore Consort and Ex Umbris, along with Angels of Venice, Tracy Silverman, John Doan, Ensemble de Medici, Tim Story, Shelly & Barry Phillips and Barry Stramp. Hundreds of years after the fact, The Renaissance continues to capture our imaginations and inform so many artististic expressions in our popular culture

Album · 2008 · 23 Songs. Great Music from the Court of Elizabeth I. 2003. Music for A Great Garden. My Heart's Desire: Love Songs and Ballads from the Elizabethan Age. Shakespeare, . Sonnets. Music for a Great Castle. Brahms: Piano Quintet & String Quartet No. 2. Borodin Quartet & Elizo Virzaladze. The Flower of All Ships, Tudor Court Music from the Time of the Mary Rose. Andrew Lawrence-King, Christopher Wilson, Circa 1500, Emily Van Evera, Erin Headley & Robert Meunier.

Style of this release: Renaissance music. Genre of this release: Classical music. Released at: This album was released on the label Time Life Records (catalog number STL 150). This album was released in 1967 year. The album included the following session artists: Bass Vocals. G. Various - "The Christmas Oratorio": Excerpts mp3. Various - "L'ncoronazione De Poppea": Act 1 mp3. H1.

Renaissance: The Mix Collection. Renaissance: The Mix Collection is an electronic dance music compilation album consisting of three CDs, each presented as a continuous DJ mix. The album, mixed by Sasha & John Digweed and released in October 1994, was the first in a series of mix albums released under the brand of the Renaissance nightclub

Various ‎– The Renaissance Album. Label: Windham Hill Records ‎– 01934-11216-2. Piffaro, The Renaissance Band. Three Italian Dances. –Angels Of Venice. Si Je Perdais Mon Ami. 3:29.

RENAISSANCE is a Symphonic Prog, Progressive Rock artist from United Kingdom. The first group included Keith and Jane RELF (vocals) and came from the YARDBIRDS ashes. The second and better known incarnation produced some of the best music that I have ever heard. Annie HASLAM's five octave range fit perfectly with the rock (lot of piano playing & full symphony orchestra backup) created by the other members.

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Music fans have always known that music and art will always go hand in hand, as album covers can be as much a part of a record's identity as the sound. Tony Bennett said of the marvellous album covers of the 50s that, when you bought a record, you felt like you were taking home your very own work of art. Indeed, artwork can be as much a part of the identity of a record as the sound. Billions of music fans over the past century have taken pleasure from looking again and again at old album covers. Miles said that in the 50s typography was in a renaissance period. Sometimes companies chose an iconic symbol or look that would define their output – as Impulse! did with their trademark black, orange and white livery and striking logo. This post-Second World War era was when the edgy modernism of bebop began to guide the innovative output of Blue Note.

Although most music remained religious during the Renaissance, the relaxation of the Church’s political control over society meant that composers were allowed greater freedom to be influenced by art, classical mythology and even astronomy and mathematics. The invention of the printing press meant that music could be published and distributed for the first time. The Latin Mass is perhaps the most important type of music from the Renaissance, particularly that of Josquin des Prez  . Classic FM collection: Early & Renaissance: 1400 to 1600 Various artists: 1400 to 1600 Ensemble: The Sixteen; Gabrieli Consort; The Consort of Musicke and more.

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Ceremonial Music Of Venice
A1 Buccinate In Neomenia
A2 Canzona
A3 Gloria In Escelsis Deo
A4 Ricercar
A5 In Ecclesiis
Elizabethan Songs And Dances
B1 We Sing At Pleasure
Composed By – Weelkes*
B2 Almaine: Scots Marche
B3 Oft Have I Sighed; Come Again
Composed By – Campion*Lute – Robert Spencer Mezzo-soprano Vocals – Janet Baker
B4 Robin; A Gigg
Composed By – Mundy*Harpsichord [Virginal] – Geraint Jones
B5 This Sweet And Merry Month
B6 Semper Dowland, Semper Dolens; Say Love, If Ever Thou Didst Find
Baritone Vocals – Barry McDanielLute – Michael SchäfferViol [Gambas] – Heiner Spicker, Wolfgang Eggers
B7 Watkin's Ale; Kemp's Jig
B8 Adieu, Sweet Amaryllis
Composed By – Wilbye*
C1 Prelude And Fuge In G Minor
Organ – Johannes Brenneke
C2 Laudate, Pueri
Organ – Walter KraftSoprano Vocals – Maria FriesenhausenViol [Gambas] – Gerhard Naumann, Otto Kober, Rosemary Lahrs*Violin – Heiner Spicker
C3 "Les Amants Magnifiques": Suite
Composed By – Lully*Conductor – Fritz Lehan
D1 Stabat Mater
Composed By – Palestrina*
D2 Gloria
Bass Vocals – Christopher KeyteChoir – Accademia Monteverdiana*Soprano Vocals – Mary ThomasTenor Vocals – Ian Partridge
Madrigals, Chansons And Instrumental Music
E1 Rondo And Saltarello; Allemainge
Composed By – Susato*
E2 Quand Mon Mari; Fuyons Tous D'Amour Le Jeu
E3 La Bergamasca
Composed By – Frescobaldi*
E4 Languisce Al Fin
Composed By – Gesualdo*
E5 Hor Che'l Ciel
E6 "Il Ballo Delle Ingrate": Ballet Music
Hymns And Motets
F1 Ecce Tempus
F2 Jesu Salvation Saeculi
F3 Iustorum Animae
F4 Haec Dies
F5 Ave Verum Corpus
F6 O Quam Gloriosum
G "The Christmas Oratorio": Excerpts
Bass Vocals – Claus OckerChoir, Ensemble – The Windsbach Boys' Choir And Instrumental Ensemble*Composed By – Schütz*Conductor – Hans ThammTenor Vocals – Georg Jelden
"L'ncoronazione De Poppea": Act 1
H1 Sinfonia
H2 Come Dolci, Signor
H3 Amici E Giunta L'hora
Act 2 (Death Of Seneca)
H4 Hor Che Seneca E Morto
H5 A Te, A Te Sovrana Augusta (Coronation Scene)
Bass Vocals – Carlo CavaChorus – The Glyndebourne Festival Chorus*Conductor – John PritchardContralto Vocals – Oralia DominguezOrchestra – Royal Philharmonic Orchestra*Soprano Vocals – Magda LaszloTenor Vocals – Richard Lewis


  • Bass Vocals – John Frost (tracks: D2, E2, E4, E5)
  • Cello – Anthony Pini (tracks: E5, E6)
  • Choir – The Ambrosian Singers (tracks: D1, D2, F1, F2), The King's College Choir, Cambridge* (tracks: F3 to F6)
  • Choir, Ensemble, Orchestra – The Ambrosian Singers, String Ensemble And Brass Ensemble* (tracks: A1 to A5)
  • Composed By – Gabrieli* (tracks: A3, A4), Monteverdi* (tracks: D2, E5, E6, H1 to H5), Buxtehude* (tracks: C1, C2), Gabrieli* (tracks: A1, A2, A5), Dowland* (tracks: B3, B6), Lassus* (tracks: E2, F3), Tallis* (tracks: F1, F2), Byrd* (tracks: B4, B5, F4 to F6)
  • Conductor – David Willcocks (tracks: F3 to F6), Denis Stevens (tracks: A1 to B8, D1, D2, E2, E4 to F2,)
  • Contralto Vocals – Shirley Minty (tracks: E2, E4, E5)
  • Ensemble – Consortium Musicum (tracks: C3, E1), The Ambrosian Consort* (tracks: B1, B5, B8)
  • Harpsichord – Harold Lester (tracks: E5, E6)
  • Organ – Barry Rose (tracks: A1 to A5), Geraint Jones (tracks: E3, F1, F2)
  • Soprano Vocals – Edith Mathis (tracks: C2, G), Patricia Clark (tracks: D2, E2, E4, E5), Ursula Connors (tracks: E2, E4, E5)
  • Tenor Vocals – Edgar Fleet (tracks: D2, E2, E4, E5), Leslie Fyson (tracks: D2, E2, E4, E5)
  • Theorbo – Eugen M. Dombois (tracks: B7, C2)
  • Viola – Christopher Martin* (tracks: E5, E6), Gwen Edwards (tracks: E5, E6)
  • Viola [Gambas] – Alfred Lessing (tracks: B6, C2), Heinrich Haferland (tracks: B6, C2), Horst Hedler (tracks: B6, C2)
  • Violin – Carl Pini (tracks: E5, E6), Diana Cummings (tracks: E5, E6)


© 1967 Time Inc.
Manufactured in USA
Recorded in Europe

Issued in a slip container type box with 40 page "Listener's Guide to the Recordings" and 60 page booklet titled *The Story Of Great Music From The Renaissance*

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
TL 150 Various The Story Of Great Music From The Renaissance ‎(4xLP, Comp + Box) Time Life Records TL 150 US 1967
TL 150 Various The Story Of Great Music From The Renaissance ‎(4xLP, Comp + Box) Time Life Records TL 150 Canada 1967
STL 150 Various The Story Of Great Music: From The Renaissance ‎(4xLP, Comp + Box) Time Life Records STL 150 UK 1967