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Toyohiko Satoh / Kyoko Ai - Baroque Lute And Fantasy flac album

Toyohiko Satoh / Kyoko Ai - Baroque Lute And Fantasy flac album
  • Performer Toyohiko Satoh
  • Title Baroque Lute And Fantasy
  • Style Baroque, Story
  • Other formats AUD VOC AA AIFF DXD VQF DMF
  • Genre Classical
  • Size MP3 1696 mb
  • Size FLAC 1687 mb
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Lute – Toyohiko Satoh. Narrator – Kyoko Ai. Producer, Design – Jun Advertising Group. Written-By – Rie Yoshiyuki (tracks: A1 to A7), Sayaka Sugi, Shigehiro Ushikubo (tracks: B1 to B6). Notes. Matrix, Runout (Both labels): LRs-279.

Baroque Lute Recital Vol. 2 (Album). Französische Lautenmusik des Barock - French Baroque Lute Music ‎(2xLP, Album, Box). Toyohiko Satoh, Kyoko Ai. Toyohiko Satoh, Kyoko Ai - Baroque Lute And Fantasy ‎(LP). J&R (2). LRS-279.

Toyohiko Satoh, Kyoko Ai - Baroque Lute And Fantasy ‎(LP).

Sonata for solo violin No. 1 in G minor, BWV 1001. Sonata for lute in A minor ("L'infidèle") (Dresden MS No. 15; London MS No. 23), SC 29. 3. Entree.

Toyohiko Satoh, one of the worlds most important and influential lute players of the last century.

The European lute and the modern Near-Eastern oud descend from a common ancestor via diverging evolutionary paths. The lute is used in a great variety of instrumental music from the Medieval to the late Baroque eras and was the most important instrument for secular music in the Renaissance. During the Baroque music era, the lute was used as one of the instruments which played the basso continuo accompaniment parts. Over the course of the Baroque era the lute was increasingly relegated to the continuo accompaniment, and was eventually superseded in that role by keyboard instruments. Sandor Kallos and Toyohiko Satoh applied modernist idiom to the lute, Elena Kats-Chernin, Jozef van Wissem and Alexandre Danilevsky minimalist and post-minimalist idiom, Roman Turovsky-Savchuk, Paulo Galvão, Robert MacKillop historicist idiom, and Ronn McFarlane New Age.

Album · 2006 · 10 Songs. Style brisé - Gaultier & the French Lute School. Scarlatti & Zamboni: 18th Century Italian Lute Music, Vol. 2. 1991. The Art of Spanish Variations.

Toyohiko Satoh, Japanese by birth but now a resident of the Hague, Netherlands, is one of the best known of presently performing "authentic" lutenists - those who have studied and adopted historical concepts, instruments and techniques. Mr. Satoh studied guitar, cello and musicology, and in 1966 came to study lute with Eugen Domboix at the Schola Cantorum in Basel, Switzerland.

Toyohiko Satoh, Lute: Music for Baroque lute by Johann Sebastian Bach and Silvius Leopold Weiss. The new solo CD of Toyohiko Satoh (佐藤豊彦), the 72 year old Japanese lutenist who is considered my many as one of the most influential lute players of the last century, presents a well-known repertoire of baroque lute music. Satoh was the first lutenist to record Bach’s lute music on LP in the 70s (Phillips). different rendering of these iconic pieces.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 The Red Flower-Allemande
Written-By – Weiss*
A2 Lorck's Tomb-Courante
Written-By – De Visee*
A3 The Unicorn-Courante
Written-By – Weiss*
A4 The Summer Has Come-Ciacona
Written-By – Weiss*
A5 The Call-Sarabande
Written-By – Weiss*
A6 The Blue Wind-La Monsermeil, Rondeau
Written-By – De Visee*
A7 Lullaby To Anastasia-Menuett
Written-By – Bach*
B1 Refrain Of Rocking-Chair-Fantasia
Written-By – Weiss*
B2 Shiroi Kageri-Gavotte
Written-By – Bach*
B3 My Dream-Sarabande
Written-By – De Visee*
B4 The Blue Soldiers-Menuett
Written-By – Bach*
B5 The Castle In Ruins-Prelude
Written-By – Weiss*
B6 Betrayal, Conception, A Dreary Afternoon-Fuge
Written-By – Bach*

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – Toshiba Musical Industries Ltd.


  • Lute [Baroque] – Toyohiko Satoh
  • Narrator – Kyoko Ai
  • Producer, Design – Jun Advertising Group
  • Written-By [Story] – Rie Yoshiyuki (tracks: A1 to A7), Sayaka Sugi, Shigehiro Ushikubo (tracks: B1 to B6)


Gatefold sleeve

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Both labels): LRs-279
  • Matrix / Runout (Label, side A): LRs-279-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Label, side B): LRs-279-B
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, label A, stamped): LRS-279-A 1S 2 2F
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, label B, stamped): LTS-279-B 1S 2