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Wydawnictwo: Ayros
Nr katalogowy: AYCD 02
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: maj 2018
EAN: 5902768283068
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Epoka muzyczna: renesans
Obszar (język): hiszpański
Instrumenty: gitara
Rodzaj: pieśń

Pajarillos fugitivos

Ayros - AYCD 02

Codex Zuola, Etienne Moulinie, Enriquez de Valderrabano, Luis de Milan
Jonatan Alvarado, tenor, baroque guitar, vihuela
Sofia Pedro, soprano
Nagrody i rekomendacje
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Anonymous (Codex Zuola):
Que importa que yo lo calle
Pajarillo fugitivo
Malograda Fuentecilla
A cierto galán su dama
En el valle, Inés
Porque tan fi rme os adoro
Romance de Dona Ines de Castro
Don Pedro a quien los crueles
Rio de Sevilla
Entre dos álamos verdes

Enríquez de Valderrábano:
Duo de Josquin

Tomás de Herrera:
Hijos de Eva tributarios

Oh, pajarillo que cantas
El zorzal y la calandria
El pajarillo

Enríquez de Valderrábano:
Soneto V
Soneto II

Etienne Moulinié:
Quando borda el campo verde
Repicaban las campanillas
Ribericas del Río de Manzanares
Por la verde orilla del claro Tormes
Orillas del claro Tajo

Luis de Milan:
Fantasía del cuarto modo
The songs included in this album come from diverse origins, united by the subtle narrative, poetic and musical threads all common to the Spanish repertoire. Pieces of literary traditions from the XVI and XVII centuries are intermingled with others belonging to folkloric ones, all of them taken from non-Spanish sources, and organized into five thematic groups, alternating between each other as if they were refined panels in a Renaissance altarpiece.

Engaging with this music involves entering a singularly vast field, rich with centuries old intersections, borrowings and appropriations between cultures; a natural occurrence, considering the identity of the the old American colonial territories and their population – their complex and mixed nature. Through this program I aim to expose the varied processes of appropriation and transculturation, especially significant to the Latin American colonial repertoire, informed by the interpretative tradition that I inherited and built between the spheres of the ‘popular’ and the ‘academic’: the comings and goings of tropes, images, melodies, from the mouth of the people to the written page, and from there again, transformed into popular songs, to the musical practices of my referents, my teachers and, finally, to my own. [Jonatan Alvarado]

Recording: Palace of Koszęcin (Poland), February 2017

Zobacz także:

  • CRC 3312
  • NL 3029
  • ACC 10103
  • VKJK 1318
  • CDA 68106
  • CHE 01692
  • SIGCD 119
  • ABC 4765955
  • CHR 77374
  • DCD 34145