Manuel Rodrigues Coelho - Flores de Mvsica pera o instrvmento de tecla & harpa (1620) vol. 2

André Ferreira, organ
Ars Lusitana
Maria Bayley (tiple and direction)

Flores de Musica pera o instrumento de tecla & harpa is the only known work of Portugese composer Manuel Rodrigues Coelho. Printed in Lisbon in 1620 and boasting more than five hundred pages, Coelho’s Flores de Musica is one of the largest music works printed in the seventeenth century.
Celebrating the 400th anniversary of its original publication, a new edition in three volumes has been published with the research being used to inform this major new recording series. Organist André Ferreira is joined by Ars Lusitana, an early music ensemble founded in 2011 by Maria Bayley, dedicated to the research and performance of Portuguese music.

More information in the booklet.

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