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Viva l'amore XVI-XVII secolo

Flanders Recorder Quartet (performer), Capilla Flamenca (performer)
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Title
Viva l'amore XVI-XVII secolo
Performer
Flanders Recorder Quartet  (houtblazers) Capilla Flamenca
Publisher
Opus 111, 1999
1 cd
Recording date
1998
Playing time
01:05:50
EAN
0709861302390
CDR
CJX4371
Placing suggestion
27 - Overige kamermuziekensembles (NBLC) K3 - Kamermuziek (Flemish music schema)

Availability in Flemish libraries

More than 11 times in Flemish libraries

About Flanders Recorder Quartet

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The Flanders Recorder Quartet was a professional recorder group based in Belgium.

History

The group initially formed in the 1980s and became more well known upon winning the 1990 competition Musica Antiqua Bruges, Belgium.

Active members

  • Bart Spanhove
  • Tom Beets
  • Joris van Goethem
  • Paul van Loey

Reception

Reviews for the Flanders Recorder Quartet have been positive, with The New York Times praising the band's performance. The Columbia Spectator also positively reviewed the group, citing the flexibility of the recorders as a highlight. The Flanders Recorder Quartet has also received positive reviews from the Milwaukee Express and CultureMap Houston.

Of a 1998 performance of The Four Seasons, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette wrote that the band was "brilliant" but that "f…Read more on Wikipedia

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