Musica Ficta (Italian ensemble)

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Ensemble Musica Ficta was an Italian early-music ensemble active in the late 1980s and early 1990s. The group consisted of Bruno Ré, Paolo Capirci, Fabio Menditto, Federico Marincola, Andrea Damiani, with tenor Marco Beasley.[1][2]



  1. ^ Fanfare -Joel Flegler 1990 Volume 13, Issues 3-4 - Page 411 "Ensemble Musica Ficta thus belongs to the first generation of Italian early-music ensembles, with all that implies. Though Marco Beasley's tenor sounds untrained (imagine the sound produced by most of Italy's contemporary pop singers ..."
  2. ^ Diapason harmonie - Issues 351-355 1989 - Page 151 "G.-C. RUBINO : Cantata « Lena ». ANONYME : Sonate pour archiluth. G.-B. PORSILE : Cantata sopra l'arcicalascione. Marco Beasley (ténor), Ensemble Musica Ficta. Pierre Vérany PV. 789023, distribution Carrère (CD 140 F). Numérique."