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from II by Murmur Mori 🌹

  • Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album

    "II" is a special offer that include the two albums "Concerto a Montorfano" and "Dançando la fressca Rosa".
    Albums will come closed with a red sealing wax placed personally by Murmur Mori.

    Purchase includes also the digital booklets of the albums with informations, lyrics and photos.

    Booklets are in English and Italian.

    Includes unlimited streaming of II via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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From Dançando la fressca Rosa, released June 6, 2022

The libri memorialium from the Bologna State Archives were written by notaries and they contain ballate and rhymes which are among the earliest poetry in the vernacular from Italy such as the ones contained in the manuscript Vaticano Latino 3793. Most of these poems were intended to be sung and played and in fact, even if are handed down to us in manuscripts without musical notation, they still have textual indications about their musical forms. Murmur Mori set these fundamental early Italian lyrics to music using medieval instruments, merging the Italian folk music heritage together with the medieval manuscript sources of secular music, to rediscover their sound and avoid them to be merely confined in literary studies. The music here presented focuses on jongleur poetry of the 13th and 14th centuries and on the musical form of the ballata. Chants of love, satire and to dance to.

The 16 pages booklet have an introduction by prof. Tito Saffioti.
A documentary about the realization of "Dançando la fressca Rosa" inside the Visconti Castle of Vogogna is available on our YouTube channel.

I Memoriali Bolognesi furono scritti da notai e contengono ballate e rime che rappresentano tra le più antiche testimonianze di poesia in volgare, come quelle contenute nel manoscritto Vaticano Latino 3793. La maggior parte di queste poesie furono scritte per essere cantate e suonate ed infatti, anche se sono arrivate a noi senza notazione musicale nei manoscritti, hanno spesso indicazioni testuali che attestano la loro forma musicale. Abbiamo musicato queste liriche utilizzando riproduzioni di strumenti medievali, fondendo l'eredità della musica popolare italiana assieme alle fonti manoscritte della musica secolare del Medioevo, per riscoprirne il suono e la musicalità ed evitare che rimangano confinate in studi letterari. La musica qui presentata si concentra sulla poesia giullaresca dei secoli XIII e XIV e sulla forma musicale della ballata. Canzoni d'amore, di satira e per danzare.

Il libretto di 16 pagine contiene un'introduzione del prof. Tito Saffioti.
Sul nostro canale YouTube è disponibile un documentario sulla realizzazione di "Dançando la fressca Rosa" all'interno del castello Visconteo di Vogogna.




from II, released March 1, 2023
From Dançando la fressca Rosa, released June 6, 2022

Music: Mirko Volpe

Mirko Volpe: hurdy gurdy / Silvia Kuro: tambourine / Alessandra Lazzarini: flute / Matteo Brusa: bell stick


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The ensemble's work focuses on jongleur poetry, the reconstruction of the sound of early Italian vernacular poems and of the secular medieval music. 🌹

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