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  • Audio CD (15 Mar. 1994)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Decca L'Oiseau-Lyre
  • ASIN: B000004CY2
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
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1. Fanfare (aftr La Morisque arr. Pickett)
2. Passe et medio/Reprise 'Le pingne'
3. Bergerette 'Sans roch'/Reprise
4. Den I. Ronde 'Pour quoy'
5. Den VII. Ronde 'Il estoit une filette'
6. Den III. Ronde
7. Den IV. Ronde
8. Den V. Ronde (Wo bistu)
9. Den VI. Ronde/Saltarelle
10. Den XI. Ronde/Aliud
11. Bergerette 'Dont vient cela'/Reprise
12. Danse de Hercules oft maticine/De Matrigale
13. De Post
14. Les quatre Branles
15. Fagot
16. Den Hoboeckendans
17. Basse Danse 'Mon desir'/Reprise 'Le cueur est bon'
18. Den I. Allemainge/Recoupe
19. Den II. Allemainge
20. Den III. Allemainge
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Kurt Messick HALL OF FAME on 4 Jan. 2006
Format: Audio CD
Tielman Susato is listed as the name on this collection, not because he was the composer, but because in addition to being a composer, Susato's primary business for many years was as a publisher of music. This music comes from the book that he published on dance music - it was the only such book he produced, preferring polyphonic music, choral and church music to things like dance music. However, music publishing was a good business, and many amateurs paid to have arrangements done that they could then practice with (professional dance musicians, ironically for this collection, rarely used printed music but rather preferred improvisation and knew their material by heart).
This collection is performed on period instruments of the 1500s, which include violins, viols, rebec, hurdy-gurdy, lutes, guitars, cittern, trumpets, cornetts, sackbuts, serpent, recorders, gemshorne, flutes, crumhorns, curtals, shawms, racketts, sorduns, regal, organ, harpischord and percussion. This particular recording is envisioned as if it were a single evenings' dance and entertainment at court, where dancing was as much an art form as it was a social event.
The music here derives from formal compositions of musics and tunes as well as popular folk songs. Susato is most likely not the composer of most of the music (indeed, may not be composer of any), but put things into arrangements that has a sensitivity both to the dance aspects as well as the artistic merits of the music itself.
The music here is performed by the New London Consort, a group with great experience in early and Renaissance music, under the direction of Philip Pickett.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By I. Giles HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on 30 Nov. 2012
Format: Audio CD
Susato has cause to be considered the absolute stand-out composer of this period and here we are treated to a wonderful performance of his 'Dansereye from 1551. David Munrow opened my ears to these instrumental sounds many years ago with his Renaissance Dance Band disc but the world has moved on and what we have here is the result of the latest research (1993) into the period and wonderfully realised by Pickett and the New London Consort.

This selection from the Dansereye is the most comprehensive yet and on this disc there are 38 tracks which are chosen to run without a break while still retaining total interest for the listener. The secret lies not just the variety of dance forms and their different rhythms but even more interestingly in the sheer variety of unusual and totally interesting sounds mostly unheard of in today's world. These fascinating sounds are mixed together in a non-repetitive and intriguing manner so the whole experience of this record is completely gripping as an aural experience.

The list of instrumental names is encouraging enough as the following list should testify. Apart from the more familiar instruments of the period we also hear rebecs, hurdy-gurdy, citterns, serpent, gemshorn, crumhorns, curtals, racketts, sorduns, regals, nakers and a rommelpot to name but a few interesting names and sounds.

This is far more than an academic exercise. This is real music making with real instruments giving real interest and pleasure. For anyone interested in this period of music it makes compulsive listening. It could also be the start of a new obsession for some newcomers. The whole disc is very well recorded and documented. No need to hold back therefore.
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By Luc REYNAERT TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 18 Aug. 2014
Format: Audio CD
Tielman Susato’s dances published in 1551 are still very appealing, and certainly when played by the New London Consort directed by Philip Pickett. Their interpretation on historical instruments is simply splendid.

The 38 short pieces stand out by their lively dance tunes, their vivid rhythms and their genuine natural sounds.
As a composer/publisher, T. Susato arranged tunes of other composers for his music books, like ‘La Bataille’ and ‘Il estoit une fillette’ by C. Janequin, ‘Mille Regretz’ by J. Desprez or ‘Dont vient cela’ by C. de Sermisy.

This CD, with an excellent introduction by Philip Pickett, is a must have for all lovers of all kind of music.
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7 of 10 people found the following review helpful By P. A. Murphy VINE VOICE on 20 July 2001
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Philip Pickett first worked with that eminent force of early 70s Early Music revival David Munrow, and the energy and panache that Munrow imbued his recordings has positively bled into Pickett's astonishing releases. Beautifully recorded and exquisitely arranged, Pickett creates a thematic dance suite, bristling with buzzy, cheeky sounds of early wind instruments and ever-luscious string sections. Susato had a knack for collecting and composing feverishly catchy dance melodies that are at once stately, yet personable - and doesn't Pickett and his group of musicians just capture it! Speaking as a lay person when discussing musical technique or merit, this is an enchanting CD, by turns grand, pompous, informal, scary, jolly and quite frankly nothing ever short of spellbinding. As far as Renaissance dance music discs go, between this CD and Munrow's own CD of Renaissance dance music, there's nothing to touch them. This music - simultaneously weird and yet comforting - really can change your life.
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