1507. Venice. An important year and an important place in the history of instrumental music: in this year, Ottaviano Petrucci publishes Francesco Spinacino's volume on lute tablature, the first publication of works for a solo instrument.
Spinacino's works mark the beginning of the golden age of lute music, which would go on to radiate across the musical world throughout the 16th century.
Csaba Nagy began his musical studies in Szentendre. After graduating from the Kodály Zoltán Secondary School for Music in Deberecen, he received a degree from the University of Music in Bratislava. As a lutenist he regularly gives solo and chamber music concerts in Hungary and abroad. As a soloist, his repertoire includes rarely heard and now nearly forgotten Renaissance and Baroque works, performed on period lutes (Renaissance and Baroque lute, vihuela, teorba). He is the founder of the Recercare Early Music Workshop and Veszprém Early Music Days, dedicated to medieval and Renaissance music, and was its artistic director until 2017. Until 2019, he was a guitar teacher at Dohnányi Ernő Secondary School for Music in Veszprém, and currently teaches classical guitar and chamber music at Csermák Antal Music School.
Ticket price: 1000 Ft
Adiu mes amours de Josquin
Marco dall’Aquila: Recercare N33
Joan Ambrosio Dalza: Tastar de corde
Haray tre amours de Stockhem
Vincenzo Capirola: LaVilanela
Malor me bat de Ockeghem
Francesco da Milano: Fantasia N33
Bossinensis: recercar primo
Benedictus de Isaach
Recercare de tutti li Toni 5.
Bassadanz [La Spagna]
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