The Italian city of Bologna has been an urban center since the time of the Etruscans, and claims the world's oldest university, founded in 1088. This edition of Early Music Now features music with connections to the city, including works by chapel masters of the Basilica of San Petronio, treasures from the music library, and music from the coronation of Emperor Charles V, which took place in Bologna in 1530. Included are performances by Odhecaton, cornettist Bruce Dickey, organist Liuwe Tamminga, and Ensemble Pian e Forte.


Giovanni Gabrieli: Toccata del Primo. Performed by Tono Liuwe Tamminga, organ.

Giovanni Gabrieli: Canzon XXVII. Performed by Liuwe Tamminga, organ, Bruce Dickey and Doron Sherwin, cornetti.

Maurizio Cazzati: Ballo delle Ombre. Performed by Ensemble Daedalus.

Maurizio Cazzati: Capriccio il Bovia. Performed by Ensemble Badinerie.

Maurizio Cazzati: Ciaccona. Performed by Musica Antiqua Latina Corelli.

Arcangelo Corelli: Ciaconna. Performed by Musica Antiqua Latina Corelli.

Giuseppe Torelli: Sonata in re. Performed by Musica Antiqua Latina.

Domenico Gabrielli: Balletto. Performed by Musica Antiqua Latina.

Heinrich Isaac: La Morra. Performed by Les Flamboyants.

Jean Japart: Amours fait mult tant que. Performed by Les Flamboyants.

Antoine Busnoys: Je ne fay plus. Performed by Les Flamboyants.

Heinrich Isaac: He Iogerons nous. Performed by Les Flamboyants.

Johannes de Stockem: Vray dieu d’amours. Performed by Les Flamboyants.

Jacob Obrecht: Rompeltier. Performed by Les Flamboyants.

Nicolas Gombert: Missa In illo tempore: Sanctus. Performed by Odhecaton.

Nicolas Gombert: Felix Namque. Performed by Odhecaton.

Giovanni Maria Bononcini: Sonata a tre in sol minore-Allegro. Performed by Musica Antiqua Latina.

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