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Michele Pasotti

Michele Pasotti

Resonanzen: La fonte musica / Pasotti

»Verkehrte Welt«

Wednesday 25 January 2023
19:30
Mozart-Saal

Performers

La fonte musica

Michele Pasotti, Laute, Leitung

Programme

Antonio Zacara da Teramo

Ciaramella, me dolce Ciaramella. Ballata

Nel cucul

Amor né tossa

Chançoneta tedescha

Ad ogne vento

Gloria ad ongni vento

Deus Deorum Pluto

Credo Deus Deorum

Deduto sey a quel che may non fusti (instrumental)

Deduto sey a quel che may non fusti

Nostra avocata

Viver ne puis

D'amor languire

Credo scabioso

Donna poss'io sperare

Cacciando per gustar / Ay cenci, Ay toppi

Note

Unterstützt von BUWOG
Medienpartner Ö1 Club und Der Standard

Subscription series »Resonanzen«-Abo

Festival Resonanzen »Unterwelten«

Links https://lafontemusica.com

Presented by Wiener Konzerthausgesellschaft

»Inverted world«

Zacara - actually Antonio Berardo Andrea - da Teramo, one of the most original and influential composers of the Middle Ages, first came to Rome in 1390 as an illuminator, where he later made it to singer in the papal chapel. The dwarf Antonio - hence his nickname »Zacara« (from the Italian zacchera = bagatelle) - never forgot his roots in the art of book illumination, from which some deduce his delight in the grotesque and obscene. Bizarre representations of inverted animal-human beings, for example, are not only found on church facades in the form of so-called »apotropaia«, monstrous gargoyles and other figures directed against disaster; contemporary book illumination is also full of them. La fonte musica presents extreme works of Zacara and illuminates them through projections of grotesque medieval miniatures.

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