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Leonardo and his time - Music and dances in the places and at the time of Leonardo

Data:

06/05/2019


Leonardo and his time - Music and dances in the places and at the time of Leonardo

On the occasion of the 500th anniversary of the death of Leonardo da Vinci (Amboise, 2 May 1519), the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation is planning more than 150 events to commemorate this particular year. They will include exhibitions, conferences, films and theatrical performances celebrating the great genius of the Renaissance. Engineer, artist, scientist and polymath, Leonardo left an immense body of work to study, admire and contemplate. 

The Italian Cultural Institute in Stockholm is pleased to present the performance "Leonardo and his time - Music and dances in the places and at the time of Leonardo" by La Rossignol, that has received the support of the "Comitato Nazionale per la celebrazioni dei 500 anni dalla morte di Leonardo da Vinci". 

La Rossignol is a group of artists and researchers who came together with the common aim of studying and propagating musical pieces and dance taken from original manuscripts using copies of the instruments of the time.

The dance is the symbol of divine cosmic harmony and represents the order and harmony that reign at court: it is the nobility that, through the grandeur of events, celebrates its triumph in a happy journey towards the new sense of harmony, towards the perfection of art, music and dance in an era in which they contributed to the evolution of human thought.

The program proposes a sort of "ideal journey" in music and dance used in places where Leonardo was alive to respond to the invitations of the princes who called him, with the aim of evoking environments, sounds and images in which he lived and he created. The program also includes two historical curiosities: Leonardo's musical Rebus and a low reconstructed dance using the melody discovered in the last dinner by G.M. Pala ("La musica concata" Ed. Vertigo, 2007). 

 

PROGRAM

 

Leonardo in Florence

Baleto da balar belo - Compositione di messer Vincenzo Capirola, 1517

Bassa danza Reale e Voltate in ça Rosina - Guglielmo Ebreo, Sec. XV

Bassa danza Lauro - Lorenzo de' Medici, Ricostr. musicale D. Baronio

Canzona di Bacco - Anonimo, testo di Lorenzo de’ Medici Sec. XV

Lioncello - Domenico da Piacenza, De arte saltandi, Sec. XV

Bassa danza Leonardescha - ricostruzione dalla musica nascosta nell'Ultima cena

La vida de Cholino - ballo di G. Ebreo, musica in MS Montecassino 871

 

Leonardo in Milan, Mantova, Venice

Son quel Duca de Milano - Anonimo, Biblioteca Trivulziana, inizio Sec. XVI

Tre rebus musicali - Leonardo da Vinci, Elab. Musicale F. Zuvadelli

In questo ballo - Anonimo, Magliabiechiano, BN Firenze, Sec. XV

Ballo Amoroso - Guglielmo Ebreo, De pratica seu arte tripudi, Sec. XV

Balli Marchesana e Gratioso - Domenico da Piacenza, De arte saltandi, Sec. XV

Bassa danza Venus - Lorenzo de' Medici, Ricostr. musicale M. Pagliari

Alla battaglia - Anonimo Sec. XV, Bibl. Nationa Paris, Cod. 15123

 

Leonardo in France

La Brosse - Anonimo, in Pierre Attaignant, Neuf basse danse, 1529

Tant que vivray - Claudin de Sermisy, Chansons Nouvelles, Sec. XVI

Ballo Petite Riense - Guglielmo Ebreo, De pratica seu arte tripudi, Sec. XV

Ballo Rôti Bouilli Joyeux e Bassa danza Fortunosa - Domenico da Piacenza, Sec. XV

Tourdion - Anonimo, in P. Attaignant, Neuf basse danse, 1529

 

LA ROSSIGNOL is composed by:

LETIZIA DRADI, FRANCESCA FUMAGALLI, dance

ROBERTO QUINTARELLI, contraltist, dance

MATTEO PAGLIARI, straight flutes, crosspiece, bagpipes

FRANCESCO ZUVADELLI, positive organ, hurdy-gurdy

DOMENICO BARONIO, lute, guitar, percussion

Informazioni

Data: Lun 6 Mag 2019

Orario: Dalle 18:00 alle 19:30

Organizzato da : IIC

In collaborazione con : Folkuniversitet

Ingresso : Libero


Luogo:

Istituto Italiano di Cultura - Gärdesgatan 14

1131