Thursday, May 2, 2013

Tablatura - Tablatura 3 (Japan 1990) [Medieval/Folk] @320

Tablatura, made up of Japanese musicians who do a pretty good job of playing music from the 12th to 16th centuries. Takashi Tsunoda, the main force behind the group, graduated from the Cologne Conservatorium of Music and studied with the lutenist Michael Schaeffer.

Their music includes a few tracks which could probably be considered "standards" in medieval music, including "Las Cantigas de Santa Maria", the anonymous 14th-century "Chancioneta Tedesca" and the "Lamento di Tristan e Rotta". Occasionally, particularly on their later albums, they throw in some original works in the style of medieval music.

01. Children Children
02. The Virgin Queen
03. Las Cantigas de Santa Maria
04. La Mourisque
05. El Sueсo de Tortuga Azul de Mar
06. Karelia
07. Arlequin
08. Trott
09. Estampie Real
10. I am happy very very happy
11. Lullaby

Tsunoda Takashi - Lute, Ud, Vihuela & Harp
Tasaki Mizuhiro - Fidel, Viola Da Gamba, Rebec & Portativeorgan
Hayasaka Sachi - Recorder & Shawm
Ishimori Yoshihiko - Long-Necked Lute, Psaltery & Cittern
Kondoh Ikuo - Percussion & Dulcimer
Yamashita Yohsuke - Dulkimer (5)
Ogawa Mishio - Vocal (10)


Anonymous said...

I'll definitely give this a listen.

Thanks for all your hard work on this site! It's brought me some amazing music and I do really appreciate it.

CrimsonKing said...


Tablatura 3


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