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By Capella de Ministrers. By Ambrosio, Bruxelles, Carles Magraner, Cornazano, de la Torre, Gulielmus, Judenkunig, Montecassino, Pesaro, and Piacenza. Classical. CD. Naxos #CDM1742. Published by Naxos (NX.CDM1742).

Item Number: NX.CDM1742

The Quattrocento is one of the mos timportant periods of European art scene. It is located throughout the 15th century and is the birthplace of the Renaissance. In no unified Italy this century art, dance and music represented the power of gobernants before other regions. So at Alfonso the Magnanimous Kingdom in Naples, were the best Aragonese and Flemish musicians and theoreticians of the time, a revival of the ancient theater and dance. With first dance treatises they looked for a humanistic and neoplatonic conception of dance, as a manifestation of the spirit of th emovement. Often princes and courtiers were simultaneously actors, musicians and dancers in the performances or farces. In the Italian courts of the 15th century, including the Aragonese, it is found the perfect melting pot where culture of humanism flourishes.

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