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 Renaissance Music / Circa 1500 - 095115052426 - Chandos Records - CHA 0524 - H&B Recordings Direct   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Marchetto Cara (circa 1465 - circa 1525)
Marchetto Cara (circa 1465 - circa 1525): Bona dies bona sera
Marchetto Cara (circa 1465 - circa 1525): Amié, ch'io moro
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 Amazon.com: Cara: Fiamma Amorosa et Bella: Music: Marchetto Cara,Consort Veneto   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
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Italy in the time of Cara was living one of the highest moments in art.
Among the most interesting composers is Marchetto Cara.
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 Laudi e Lamentazioni
He, together with his colleague Marchetto Cara, were responsible for a large number of the frottolas composed between the 15th and the 16th centuries, under the auspices of Isabella d'Este of Mantua, in whose service both musicians served for an extensive length of time.
The interest on the part of musicologists in the frottola and the importance of Tromboncino's work in this genre has resulted in a focus of study on his secular compositions, considered principally in the context of stylistic evolution.
In any case, it must be stressed that not even Cara and Tromboncino, who were certainly Italy's most important musicians, were able to have their own publications of entirely sacred music.
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 [LUTE] Re: Tenori e Contrabassi de Marchetto Cara   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
There is also another, less known book of intabulated frottole by Cara and Tromboncino, published sometime in the 1520's, but I can't cite more from the top of my head.
Cara was a prominent musical personality at the court of Isabella d'Este in Mantova.
A large selection of his frottole was published by William Prizer in his 'Courtly pastimes: The Frottole of Marchetto Cara' (Ann Arbor, 1980).
www.mail-archive.com /lute@cs.dartmouth.edu/msg13887.html   (198 words)

 Classics Today.com - Your Online Guide to Classical Music   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
These pieces tend to be characterized by strong rhythms and prominent melodies; the laude are devotional songs with sacred texts.
Several solo songs are performed by soprano Carolyn Sampson (accompanied by lutenist Robert Meunier), and her clear-focused, golden-toned voice makes a fine complement to Podger's.
And no question, there are some really beautiful songs here--I kept noticing that the more impressive ones were by Cara, including one I couldn't get out of my head, Aimè, ch'io moro, which appears here for the first time in its vocal ensemble incarnation.
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 Amazon.ca: Raphael: Music of the Courtier: Music: Robert Hollingworth,Marchetto Cara,Loyset Compere,Heinrich ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
~ Robert Hollingworth (Baritone), Marchetto Cara (Composer), Loyset Compere (Composer), Heinrich Isaac (Composer), Josquin Desprez (Composer), et al.
Composer: Marchetto Cara, Loyset Compere, Heinrich Isaac, Josquin Desprez, Francesco Canova da Milano, et al.
To hear a song sample, click on "Listen" by that sample.
www.amazon.ca /Raphael-Music-Courtier-Robert-Hollingworth/dp/B0006BAUKI   (211 words)

 Buy Spinacino, Francesco CDs
by Anonymous, Jacques Arcadelt, Fillippo Azzaiolo, Pietro Paulo Borrono, Vincenzo Capirola, Antonio Caprioli, Marchetto Cara, Joan Ambrosio Dalza, Josquin Desprez, Francesco Canova da Milano
by Anonymous, Marchetto Cara, Diomedes Cato, Eustachio Romano, Francesco Spinacino, Bartolomeo Tromboncino, Erin Headley, Nancy Hadden, Christopher Wilson, Robert Meunier
by Robert Hollingworth, Marchetto Cara, Loyset Compere, Heinrich Isaac, Josquin Desprez, Francesco Canova da Milano, Francesco Patavino, Francesco Spinacino, Concordia Orchestra, Mark Levy
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