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Kay Hoffman - Floret Silva Album

Kay Hoffman - Floret Silva Album
Performer: Kay Hoffman
Title: Floret Silva
Country: US
Genre: Rock / Country
Style:Prog Rock, Folk
Released: 09 Feb 2006
Catalog Number: RR-34
Label: Robot Records
MP3 album: 2218 mb
FLAC album: 2425 mb
TrackList
1Mai Tanz
Arranged By [Arranger] – Michele LosappioDouble Bass – Nicola VernuccioDrums – Sandro RaimondiTrombone, Clavinet, Recorder – Michele Losappio
2:51
2Ouverture Zum Fest
Alto Saxophone [Alto Sax], Recorder – Sandro MoriniBassoon – Carlo BardiComposed By [Composer] – Michele LosappioDouble Bass – Nicola VernuccioDrums – Sandro RaimondiTenor Saxophone [Tenor Sax], Bass Clarinet, Clarinet – Renato CordovaniTrombone, Recorder, Clavinet – Michele LosappioTrumpet – Tolmini Marianini
4:57
3Iste Mundus
Clavinet – Kay HoffmanDrums, Percussion – Sandro RaimondiElectric Guitar – Gaio ChiocchioGuitar, Bouzouki, Recorder – Simo ValzaniaVocals – Jacqueline Darby
2:14
4Nummus
Arranged By [Arranger] – Kay HoffmanPiano, Voice [Voices], Percussion – Kay HoffmanVocals [Vocal], Voice [Voices] – Jacqueline Darby
1:29
5Tot
Clavinet, Choir – Kay HoffmanDrums, Percussion, Choir – Sandro RaimondiRecorder, Choir – Simo ValzaniaVocals, Choir – Jacqueline Darby
1:29
6Floret Silva
Clavinet – Kay HoffmanOrgan, Violin – Simo ValzaniaPercussion – Sandro RaimondiVocals – Jacqueline Darby
3:06
7Tempus Instat
Acoustic Guitar, Electric Bass, Flute, Effects [Water Effects] – Simo ValzaniaArranged By [Arranger] – Gaio ChiocchioClavinet – Kay HoffmanDrums – Sandro RaimondiElectric Guitar – Gaio ChiocchioVocals – Jacqueline Darby
4:39
8Intermezzo (Chume, Chume)
Clavinet – Kay HoffmanRecorder [Recorders] – Simo Valzania
1:06
9Rondo
Clavinet – Kay HoffmanToy Piano, Glockenspiel, Organ, Bass – Simo Valzania
1:07
10Post Communio Sancti Cyrilli
Composed By [Composer], Vocals – Simo Valzania
1:14
11Quot Sunt Horae
Double Bass [Double Bass, Bowed Double Bass] – Nicola VernuccioPiano – Kay HoffmanRecorder, Guitar, Jew's Harp [Mouth Harp] – Simo ValzaniaVocals – Jacqueline Darby
4:19
12Chume, Chume
Vocals, Voice [Siren Voices] – Jacqueline Darby
3:13
13Langueo (Vacillantis)
Arranged By [Arranger] – Michele LosappioBass – Nicola VernuccioDrums, Percussion – Sandro RaimondiElectric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar – Gianni SalaorniVocals – Jacqueline DarbyVocals, Electric Piano [Fender Rhodes] – Michele Losappio
5:35
14Intermezzo (Fagott Sommer Nacht Promenade)
Arranged By [Arranger] – Michele LosappioBassoon – Carlo BardiComposed By [Composer] – Michele LosappioRecorded By – Maurizio Pieri
1:26
15Ich Will Truren
Voice [Voices] – Jacqueline Darby
2:05
16Sonus Dulcis Lyrae
Composed By [Composer] – Simo ValzaniaRecorder [Recorders], Harpsichord, Guitar – Simo Valzania
2:09
17Exorcismus
Piano – Michele LosappioVoice [Laughing Voice] – Jacqueline DarbyVoice [Recitating Voice], Effects – Simo Valzania
1:03
Versions
CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
BELLE 8502Kay Hoffmann Floret Silva ‎(LP)Belle AntiqueBELLE 8502Japan1985
SOMM029Kay Hoffman Floret Silva ‎(LP, Album, RE)SommorSOMM029Spain2016
Credits
  • Arranged By [Arranger]Simo Valzania (tracks: 1 to 3, 8, 9, 11, 13)
  • Composed By [Composer]Kay Hoffman (tracks: 1 to 9, 13 to 16)
  • Coordinator [Reissue Coordination]Mark Armstrong
  • DesignJonathan Coleclough
  • Restoration [Audio Restoration]Kevin Spencer
  • Transferred By [Tape Transfer]Christoph Heemann
Notes
"The Carmina Burana is a collection of medieval poetry written by various authors who we know little about.

Around 1200 AD when these songs were written, there were many theology students, priests and scholars who were made unemployed by the Roman Catholic Church, or who suffered as a result of dogmatism, bigotry, or corruption within the Church. Their songs were rediscovered in the 19th century and named Carmina Burana after the village of Kaufbeuren in Southwest Germany where they were found.

Floret Silva was an attempt to find a voice for these anonymous authors in the late 1970s in Florence."

Recorded in Florence at Maurizio Pieri's home studio in the Summer of 1977/Winter of 1978, except track 12 which was a live recording in the night in the country.
The booklet contains the original Latin texts plus English translations.

For this CD edition, Robot Records would like to thank:
Kay & Jackie for their patience, kindness, and trust with this project
Mark Armstrong for helping make this a reality
Christoph Heemann for care and assistance with the master tapes

Thanks also to Belle Antique for releasing the original LP.

℗ Robot Records 2006
© Kay Hoffman 1977/2006

Packaged in a jewel case with clear tray and 12-page booklet.
Barcodes
  • Matrix / Runout: MPL6738 DISC MAKERS
Companies
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Robot Records
  • Copyright (c) – Kay Hoffman
  • Manufactured By – Disc Makers – MPL6738