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Wydawnictwo: Signum Classics
Nr katalogowy: SIGCD 626
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: wrzesień 2020
EAN: 635212062623
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Epoka muzyczna: renesans, barok
Obszar (język): hiszpański
Rodzaj: salve regina, pieśń

Morales / Victoria / Lobo: Journeys to the New World - Hispanic Sacred Music from 16th & 17th Centuries

Signum Classics - SIGCD 626
Kompozytor
Cristobal Morales (ca.1500-1553)
Tomas Luis de Victoria (1550-1611)
Alonso Lobo (1555-1617)
Hernando Franco, Francisco Guerrero, Juan Gutierrez de Padilla, Francisco López Capillas, Miguel Mateo de Dallo y Lana
Wykonawcy
The Queen's Six
Cristóbal de Morales:
Regina caeli laetare a 6
O sacrum convivium

Hernando Franco:
Salve regina a 5
Christus factus est

Tomás Luis de Victoria:
Vidi speciosam
O quam gloriosum

Francisco Guerrero:
Trahe me post te
Beatus Achacius

Alonso Lobo:
Versa est in luctum
O quam suavis est

Juan Gutierrez de Padilla:
Circumdederunt me
Versa est in luctum

Francisco López Capillas:
In horrore visionis
Tantum ergo

Miguel Mateo de Dallo y Lana:
Laudate Dominum
This is a musical trip from the mid-sixteenth century to around 1700, involving music in Late Renaissance style, carrying Spanish Catholicism across the Atlantic to supplant an indigenous culture. Once the invasion had taken root with the conquest of Tenochtitlán and its transformation to Mexico City, the country became the target of fervent friars and preachers. Franciscans were first in 1523, then Dominicans, all fired with Christian zeal to convert the native population. From the outset they used music to great effect. The accounts that survive show how successful they were in teaching singing and playing, training choirs to perform liturgical music. By the mid-century it was claimed that standards had reached that of Charles V’s chapel. Churches and cathedrals were established throughout the rapidly expanding New Spain. Conquest and Christianity imposed an almost exact replica of Old Spain. Liturgical books, prints of plainchant and polyphony were shipped in throughout the century.

In this recording the singers present music by eight composers. Four of them never went to the New World; their music did. Three of them were born in Spain and were trained in music there; they held appointments in Spain and later emigrated to the new colonial cities. One more became the first composer-choirmaster to be born there of Spanish parents, thus criollo.

Recorded from 27th to 29th March 2019 at Ascot Priory, Ascot, UK.

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