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Italian Four-Part Canzonas

Marlisa del Cid Woods, violin
Risa Browder, viola
Anna Marsh, dulcian (Renaissance bassoon)
Jeffrey Cohan, Renaissance flute

Giacomo Filippo Biumi: Canzone Nona
Guilio Cesare Ardemanio: Canzone La Bona from Seconda aggiunta alli concerti
Giovanni Battista Buonamente: Canzon 17 from Libro sesto
Florentio Maschera: Selections from Libro Primo de Canzoni da Sonare
Ph. Briault: Je te preste ma cheminee
Thomas Crecquillon: Content ou non il faut que je l'endure
Antoine Busnoys: Le corps s'en va & le coeur vous demeure
Antoine Boyvin: Je cherche autant amour & le desire
Giovanni Battista Buonamente: Canzon 16 from Libro sesto
Floriano Canale: Selections from Canzoni da Sonare
Giacomo Filippo Biumi: Canzone Prima
Giovannni Paulo Cima: Capricio from Seconda aggiunta alli concerti

St. Ignatius Church 740 N Calvert St, Baltimore, MD 21202
1:00 pm Sunday, August 12

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