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殘酷的財富(15.16世紀西班牙歌曲選集) 芭芭拉.庫莎 女高音 Barbara Kusa / Ay fortuna cruel



殘酷的財富(15.16世紀西班牙歌曲選集) 芭芭拉.庫莎 女高音	Barbara Kusa / Ay fortuna cruel
殘酷的財富(15.16世紀西班牙歌曲選集) 芭芭拉.庫莎 女高音	Barbara Kusa / Ay fortuna cruel
專輯編號: LMU006
專輯類型: 單CD
發行年份: 2019
國際條碼: 3149028097627
音樂廠牌: Harmonia Mundi
庫存狀態: 有庫存
定價: $650.00
特價: $590.00
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芭芭拉.庫莎 女高音
埃都阿多.爾古茲 吉他/比維拉琴(Vihuela)

In the vast universe of songs with accompaniment in what we refer to as "early music" today the Hispanic world left us an invaluable legacy: from medieval cantigas of Alfonso el Sabio to Cancioneros de Palacio, Upsala, Medinaceli, Colombina, just to name a few, through 16th century vihuela literature and ultimately the musical theater of the Spanish Golden Age, with both tonos a lo humano and tonos a lo divino as well as zarzuelas, entremeces, and operas. Countless works in Spanish, its dialects and related languages – secular, religious and sacred; monodic and polyphonic; dances, sonnets, decimas, church services, Sephardic songs – all occupy a privileged position in the cultural heritage of what was one of the main superpowers on the planet during the European Renaissance, with territories from the Philippines to Chile annexed to the Iberian Peninsula. It was Philip II of Habsburg's "Empire where the sun never set".

The repertoire chosen for this recording is part of this culture, which still lives on in time, bearing splendid musical fruit in Spain and through Latin America. Whereas nowadays it is hard to find unpublished works from the Renaissance and Baroque eras in the European countries that produced much of the music during these periods (Italy, France, Germany, England), in contrast, on the Iberian Peninsula and in Latin America untouched musical treasures continue to be discovered in the archives of cathedrals, monasteries, libraries, constantly replenishing the Spanish musical repertoire. This is the case with many tonos humanos on this CD and in particular with "Vaya de fiesta" by the Spanish composer Juan Manuel de la Puente, which was transcribed especially for this recording by the musicologist Javier Marín López.

We are pleased to present this work, the fruit of a long shared journey by ensemble La Chimera, during which both performers had the opportunity to soak up these magnificent sounds that are part of our culture, our Spanish language – the same language that is still used in our folk genres, always keeping with the times and continuously evolving.

Barbara Kusa, soprano
Eduardo Eguez, guitare & vihuela

AY FORTUNA CRUEL
The golden age of Spanish music

1 Vaya de fiesta – 2'42
Juan Manuel de la Puente
2 Si me llaman a mi – 2'53
Juan VAzquez
3 Marizapalos – 5'15
Santiago de Murcia
4 Paseabase el rey moro – 4'41
Luis de Narvaez
5 Que alegre se viste el ayre – 3'50
Anonyme
6 Fantasía del primero tono – 1'38
Luis de Narvaez
7 Gritos daba la morenica – 3'16
Esteban Daça
8 Ay fortuna cruel – 4'52
Esteban Daça
9 Romanesca – Guardame las vacas – 2'53
Alonso Mudarra
10 Zagales los que me oyen – 2'03
Anonyme
11 Isabel, perdiste la tua faxa – 3'39
Alonso Mudarra
12 Fantasía del octavo tono – 3'12
Luis MilAn
13 Romerico tú que vienes – 2'29
Juan del Encina
14 Claros y frescos ríos – 3'09
Alonso Mudarra
15 Sospiró una señora – 1'52
Luis MilAn
16 ¿Para que son las iras? – 3'54
Jose Martínez de Arce
17 Fantasía de pasos largos – 1'24
Esteban Daça
18 Toda mi vida hos ame – 3'57
Luis MilAn
19 Luceros volad corred – 4'41
TomAs de Torrejón y Velasco

 

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