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Wydawnictwo: Etcetera
Nr katalogowy: KTC 1609
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: kwiecień 2018
EAN: 8711801016092
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Epoka muzyczna: barok
Obszar (język): francuski, hiszpański
Rodzaj: suita

Navas / Lully / Sanz: Art Songs

Etcetera - KTC 1609
Wykonawcy
Musica Ficta:
Jairo Serrano, tenor, percussion
Carlos Serrano, recorders
Julian Navarro, baroque guitar
Regina Albanez, theorbo
Johanna Calderón, viola da gamba
Leonardo Cabo, recorders
Andrés Silva, tenor
Sebastián Vega, theorbo
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Jean Baptiste Lully:
La chacona

Juan de Navas:
La rosa que reyna
Con que esa es tu pena/Ay, zagales/Quién ha de temer un ciego
En este arpón tirano
Oh feliz yo, y desdichada/Adiós, selvas
Alado cisne de nieve (Tono divino)
Ay, Amor (En los jardines del alba) (Tono divino al Santísimo Sacramento)
Flores, a escuchar los dos ruisenores (Tono divino al Santísimo Sacramento)

Gaspar Sanz:
Pavanas por la D
Pasacalles por la E

Pierre Bucquet:
Deuxieme suite

Anon.:
Amable
Juan de Navas was one of the best known Spanish composers of the second half of the 17th c. As a second generation composer who wrote tonos and zarzuelas under the influence of his teacher and mentor, Juan Hidalgo, Navas absorbs Hidalgo’s musical legacy, as well as Italian and French influences that enrich his compositional language with innovative and eclectic elements.

Música Ficta’s recordings have been issued by European and American labels, having received awards and 5 stars reviews by specialized international critics. The vitality, scholarship and clarity of its historically informed performances are based upon exhaustive musicological research. The latter has allowed the ensemble to perform and record, for the first time, music that had been forgotten for centuries, pouring light into valuable and hardly known Latin-American and Spanish repertoire.

Zobacz także:

  • KGS 0026
  • ACD 22753
  • ACD 22764
  • SIGCD 526
  • COV 91801