Laurent de Saint-Luc. Pièces de Luth, baroque lute Para Tecla y Vihuela, with Maurizio Croci Ferita d'Amore, theorbo Bach-Weiss, opposite but parallel, baroque lute Evangelina's Lutebook, renaissance lute Il Cortegiano perfetto. Music and Poetry in Renaissance Italy, 5 musicians Un solo camino, with Lincoln Almada. See in-depth articles in Projects. Evangelina's new solo CD dedicated to Laurent de Saint-Luc has been released on 9 February 2018 by Musique en Wallonie. June 2019, 10 - Potsdam In duo with Jed Wentz, flute Potsdam, Musikfestspiele Potsdam Sanssouci.
Album · 2018 · 26 Songs. Saint-Luc: Pièces for Lute Evangelina Mascardi. Listen on Apple Music. Laurent de Saint-Luc: Pièces pour luth. Violino: Austrian Violin Music Around 1680. Castaldi: Ferita d'amore (Musiche in habito tiorbesco).
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In 1996, the label Musique en Wallonie published an album with works for Lute by Jacques de Saint-Luc (c. 1616-1708). These pieces were brilliantly performed by Stephen Stubbs. Recent studies allow us to affirm that the present release, the second to be devoted to works by a Saint-Luc, consists of music, not by Jacques, as it was wrongly mentioned in the first album, but by his son Laurent de Saint-Luc (1669 – after 1708).
Laurent de Saint-Luc - Pièces de luth. by CD-Tipp - BR-KLASSIK. Laurent de Saint-Luc - Pièces de luthby CD-Tipp - BR-KLASSIK. Evangelina Mascardi (Barocklaute).
Profile: Italian lute and theorbo player. In Groups: Ensemble 415, Il Pegaso, La Magnifica Comunità, La Risonanza, Venice Baroque Orchestra, Zefiro. Laurent de Saint-Luc, Evangelina Mascardi - Pièces Pour Luth (CD).
LyricsPièces in G Minor: IX. Gigue. Laurent de Saint-Luc, Evangelina Mascardi. Download now. English.
Saint-Luc was still alive in 1707 and 1708, when he published some of his compositions in Amsterdam; his date of death is unknown. The long lifetime of at least 94 years aroused suspicions. More than 200 pieces by Saint-Luc survive, and show that he was one of the most prominent lutenists of his time. Although he was influenced by French composers (Ennemond Gaultier, Denis Gaultier, Charles Mouton, and others) and adopted their scheme of grouping pieces into suites, he only used the characteristic French style brisé in his preludes. Couvreur, Manuel & Vendrix, Philippe.