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Recorder31 — Day 4

Recorder31 — Day 4

Monday 1 August was a significant day, not least with the beginning of Recorder31 2022, but it was also an important date for the London International Festival of Early Music (LIFEM) as tickets went on sale for LIFEM22!

For Day 4 of Recorder31, we are delighted to share with you a short performance from one of their 2022 Festival's concert artists, Taracea, who will be making their UK debut performance at LIFEM in November. ITaracea's eclectic arrangements, early music and modern improvisation, as well as elements from popular and Mediterranean music come together in a surprisingly harmonious way that already characterised the group’s first recording Akoé (2020 Alpha Classics).

In the video above, they are playing an arrangement of Heinrich Isaac's "Innsbruck, ich muss dich lassen" ("Innsbruck, I must leave thee"), a German Renaissance song. The recording features Belén Nieto on recorder, Rainer Seiferth on vihuela and Miguel Rodrigáñez on double bass.

Click here to find out more about Taracea's LIFEM22 performance...

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Gerard Mitchell - August 4, 2022

Lovely piece. Is that a bass recorder?

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