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"What a whimsical and diverse play between the poles of "nature" and "art" unfolds here! Rich in color and immensely playful, the Ensemble Sonorità knows how to plumb the space between these poles with the artfully assembled tones and sounds. But is it still "nature" when baroque composers appropriate birdsong for their works? Is it borrowed or not already actually domesticated or even enhanced nature when we read about "to hit the nature"? English as well as French and Italian works integrate on this album the proximity to nature or are inspired by it. It is not only for the pleasure of a "Bird Fancyer" at that time, it is also for the pleasure of a listener of today." (Conrad Steinmann)
"What a whimsical and diverse play between the poles of "nature" and "art" unfolds here! Rich in color and immensely playful, the Ensemble Sonorità knows how to plumb the space between these poles with the artfully assembled tones and sounds. But is it still "nature" when baroque composers appropriate birdsong for their works? Is it borrowed or not already actually domesticated or even enhanced nature when we read about "to hit the nature"? English as well as French and Italian works integrate on this album the proximity to nature or are inspired by it. It is not only for the pleasure of a "Bird Fancyer" at that time, it is also for the pleasure of a listener of today." (Conrad Steinmann)
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"What a whimsical and diverse play between the poles of "nature" and "art" unfolds here! Rich in color and immensely playful, the Ensemble Sonorità knows how to plumb the space between these poles with the artfully assembled tones and sounds. But is it still "nature" when baroque composers appropriate birdsong for their works? Is it borrowed or not already actually domesticated or even enhanced nature when we read about "to hit the nature"? English as well as French and Italian works integrate on this album the proximity to nature or are inspired by it. It is not only for the pleasure of a "Bird Fancyer" at that time, it is also for the pleasure of a listener of today." (Conrad Steinmann)
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