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Imagine ‘pop music’ of the 17th Century – the hip tunes, the attention grabbing hooks, the musical show pieces – and then transfer it to the 21st Century. That’s what you get with Latitude 37’s self titled debut album.
Named after the latitudinal position which links Melbourne, Australia, to New Zealand, Latitude 37 is an exciting Baroque trio whose members were drawn together by their passion for historically informed performance of 16th-, 17th- and 18th-century music.
Comprising some of the top graduates of the Royal Conservatory in The Hague, reunited after years of extensive research and international experience playing with many of the finest ensembles and artists in Europe, America and Australasia, Latitude 37 represents a new generation of period instrumentalists who share a unified interest in cultivating and communicating their ancient art for the modern era.
Diego Ortiz /Latitude 37 - Passamezzo Antico
Alessandro Piccinini (1566-1638) - Toccata
Latitude 37 - Folias
Bartolomé de Selma y Salaverde (1595–1638) Canzon a due
Giovanni Battista Fontana (c.1571-1630) - Violin Sonata no. 2
Diego Ortiz – Recercada Ottava
Biagio Marini (1587-1663) - La Romanesca
Claudio Merulo - Toccata Terza
Giulio Caccini / Donald Nicolson - Amarilli mia Bella
Giulio Caccini – Non H’al Ciel (based on the Spagnoletta)
Anon. / Latitude 37 / Fabritio Caroso - La Monica
Frescobaldi – Toccata for spinet, violin and BC
Giovanni Palestrina (1514-1594)/Rogniono/Bassani - Io son ferito ahi lasso
Dario Castello (1590-1658) - Violin Sonata Seconda
Johannes Kapsberger / Latitude 37- Passacaglia
ISBN / Catalogue Number: 4764525