CLUBMEDIÉVAL: Thomas Baeté (fiddle and voice) – Dimos De Beun (clavicymbalum, gothic organ and recorder)
Virtuoso instrumental music from the first half of the 16th century
The Codex Faenza has handed us the first known organ tablatures of 15th-century vocal music. Some of these are attributed to famous composers like Machaut and Landini, but most of them are anonymous.
Thomas Baeté and Dimos de Beun take us back to the origin of instrumental music, to an era where it liberated itself from an accompanying role and where the art of decorative divisions demanded ever more ingenuity and virtuosity of its performers.