Format: high resolution 44.1 kHz, a bit depth of 16 bits
From an extraordinary manuscript, heart-shaped, found in the Oliveriana Library in Pesaro. It dates back to the XVth century. We have no idea who wrote these wonderful pages of music; a wayfarer, a poet in love, a prince perhaps? Why? And what were these scores used for? What secrets does this mysterious book still hide today? This is the theme of the hand-written scores in the thin watermark of the heart and reproposed in CD version. It has been divulged “ad libitum” in the hall of the Metropolitan Museum in New York that preserves the “studiolo” of Gubbio of the Duke Federico Da Montefeltro. A short comment for this music: music to listen to, over and over without end. A record to have by you in the ecstasy of love. This CD has been produced within the project “Suoni ed Invenzioni del Barocco Ducale”.