Our CDs:

"Cantar d'amore"

Italian lovesongs from Renaissance and folk tradition

 

Gabriella Aiello - voice, tamburello

Peter Rabanser - voice, chalumeau, baroque guitar, ceccola

Riccardo Delfino - harp, voice 

Marco Ambrosini - nyckelharpa, violino d'amore, jew's harp

Michael Posch - recorders

Katharina Dustmann - percussions

 

Sony Music, Deutsche Harmonia Mundi 88876544978   

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"La Follia - the Triumph of Folly"

 

Belinda Sykes, Gabriella Aiello, Su Ehlers – voice; || Peter Rabanser – voice, bagpipes, chitarra battente;||

Riccardo Delfino – hurdy-gurdy, harp, voice; || Marco Ambrosini – nyckelharpa, violino d'amore, jew's harp; || Jule Bauer – tenor nyckelharpa, voice; || Katharina Dustmann – percussions; || Carlo Rizzo – tamburello; ||

Michael Behringer – organ; || Michael Posch – recorders; || Ian Harrison – bagpipes, cornetto, voice;

Jane Achtmann – viola da gamba; || Giovanna Pessi – harp

 

A co-production of Deutschlandfunk & Sony Music

Deutsche Harmonia Mundi 88875081102

"Mediterraneum" - ancient worlds of improvisation between orient and occident

 

Belinda Sykes - voice, duduk || Peter Rabanser - voice, lute, gajda, duduk ||
Marco Ambrosini - nyckelharpa, pochette || Katharina Dustmann - zarb, bendir, davul || Michael Posch - reedflutes and recorders || Riccardo Delfino - harp || Carlo Rizzo - tamburello, riqq, voice || 
Ross Daly - cretan lyra, tarhu || Kelly Thoma - cretan lyra || Ian Harrison - cornetto, shawm, gaita || Efrén López - oud, gittern || Luigi Lai - launeddas 

 

A co-production of Deutschlandfunk & Sony Music

Deutsche Harmonia Mundi 88697633802

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"Canto Novello" - Italian "Laude" from the late middle - ages 

Ars Choralis Coeln & Ens. Oni Wytars 

Songs of spiritual, social and - most of all - musical renewal. A melting pot, a conglomerate of centuries-old Christian musical traditions and the rich folk-poetry, distinct, powerful and thrilling. The two ensembles Ars Choralis Coeln an Oni Wytars have met especially for this project, in wich they put together the enchanting beauty of sonority and high-mettled instrumental virtuosity – to make revive a fascinatingly eclectic tableau of the vernacular religious music in Upper Italy during the 14th century.

 

(raumklang RK 2809)

"Crai, crai, crai"

Music at the spanish court of Naples


An exciting confrontation of three musical worlds: Neapolitan poets such as Giulio Cesare Cortese, who sometimes performed their Tarantelle, Villanelle, Frottole and Tammurriate even in down-town taverns, the spanish Villancicos by a.o. Diego Ortiz and finally the elaborate works of Netherlandish Maestros such as Giovanni de Macque at the royal court.
A musical journey into the Spanish Kingdom of Naples, an ethnic melting pot wich has always been a crossing point between "Moorish" and European culture.

"with Ensemble Oni Wytars this mix of catchy melodies and elaborate instrumentals becomes an amusing journey." (MDR Figaro)

(raumklang RK 2706)

"From Byzantium to Andalusia"
Medieval Christian, Jewish and Islamic Music and Poetry

This concert programme introduces in a most impressing way to the music and poetry of the three great mediterranean cultures:
Italian "laude" from the "Laudario di Cortona", songs and poetry of the Ottoman Derwish brotherhoods by the great and mystic Yunus Emre, Andalusian "Judeo-Sephardic Romances", Christian - Arabic music from Syria, the Marroccan "Andalusian School", and Catalan pilgrim music from the "Llibre vermell de Montserrat".

"...fabulous troughout!" (The Guardian/GB)

(NAXOS 8.557637)

"Music of the Troubadours"

Ensemble Oni Wytars, Unicorn Ensemble Vienna & Maria Laffitte

The music and unique poetry of the great Occitan and Catalan Troubadours such as Jaufre Rudel, Beringuer de Palau and Giraut de Bornelh, a.o... interpreted in a most unique way by one of the great voices of Catalunia, 
Maria Laffitte († 2008).

(NAXOS 8.554257)

"On the way to Bethlehem" 
Music of the Medieval Pilgrim

Ens. Oni Wytars & Unicorn Ens. Vienna

A musical journey from England, the most western country and launching point of the first Crusade, through France, Germany, Croatia, Macedonia, Bulgaria, Turkey, as far east as Syria.
A selection of Eastern and Western sacred and secular music performed on classical and traditional instruments of the Arabic world and their European successors of the Middle Ages.

(NAXOS 8.553132)

"Carmina Burana"

the songs from Bendiktbeuren

Ens. Oni Wytars & Unicorn Ens. Vienna

Called the "songs from Benediktbeuren" the "Carmina Burana" one of the most representative monuments of medieval poetry and music deals - divided into four parts - with some of the most important subjects of medieval lyric: piety, war, morality and Saturnalian orgy.

...simply enjoy... (Saale Zeitung)

(NAXOS 8.554837)

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