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The Los Angeles Guitar Quartet started out playing Renaissance music before embarking on the genre-busting projects that have made it one of the most popular ensembles of its type. Thus this release marks something of a return to home territory. The emphasis in the New Renaissance title is decidedly on the "New," however, with some of the music newly composed and most of it tweaked in some way. The opening suite of 16 short pieces was arranged for a dramatic presentation, but works well enough on its own; the Fantasia que ...

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  1. Zappay lo campo, strambatto, CM20
  2. Romance de Abindarraéz y Jarifa, ballad for voice & vihuela
  3. Diferencias (7) for guitar on "Guárdame las vacas"
  4. Jácaras
  5. Ya cavalga Calaynos (Romance 5), for voice, guitar, harp & percussion
  6. El villano (from Huerto ameno de varias Flores de Mússica)
  7. La tricotea Samartín à 3
  8. Al villano se la dan, for 3 voices
  9. Viva, Viva, Rey Ferrando, chanson for 4 voices
  10. Tres Morillas (El Cancionero de Palacio)
  11. Canarios (from Huerta ameno de varias Flores de Mússica)
  12. Diferencias sobre las Folias (from Ramillete oloroso)
  13. Fantasia que contrahaze la harpa en la manera de Luduvico
  14. A la vida bona, chacona for 4 voices
  15. Con Pavor Recordó le Moro, for guitar
  16. Oy comamos y bebamos, cancionero (from Cancionero de Palacio)
  17. Ricercars (6) on a Theme of F.C. da Milano, for guitar quartet
  18. Mon per si ma marie
  19. Music in Four Sharps (on Dowland's Frog Galliard), for guitar quartet
  20. Je Ne L'Ose Dire
  21. Adieu mes amours, song for 4 parts
  22. Il est bel et bon, commere, mon mary (Chansons musicales, Paris 1534)
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