• Louis-Gabriel Guillemain

    'Conversations Galantes et Amusantes'

    Poema Harmónico

    Born in Paris in 1705, Louis-Gabriel Guillemain is, together with Leclair, Guignon and, of course, Rameau, one of the most distinguished representatives of the gallant music popular in 18th century France, although, in many countries, he is perhaps the least well-known of those named. The term “gallant music” has, ever since it became fashionable, been used to describe a courtesan style, that is, in the style of court musicians, which sought to delight and to please, with an apparent lightness that is characteristic of this music. But in the France of the Age of Enlightenment, the...+ info

  • Cabezón

    'Suavidad y Extrañeza'

    Andrés Cea, órgano y claviórgano

    Genoa cathedral, 8th of December 1548: “A pontifical mass was celebrated. It was officiated by the singers and chapel of the Prince to the great amazement of all the people, seeing the solemnity that was used and the so divine music of such well selected voices and hearing the sweetness and oddity used in the organ playing by Antonio de Cabezón, unique on this kind of music, another Orpheus of our times” (Calvete de la Estrella: El felicísimo viaje, Antwerp, 1552). Five hundred years after his birth, Cabezón’s music continues to cause wonderment due to h...+ info

  • Angeli, Zingare & Pastori

    Renaissance music from Venice, Naples and Rome

    The Royal Wind Music

    Conductor: Paul Leenhouts

    Angeli, zingare & pastori Renaissance music from Venice, Naples & Rome   L'huomo ben istituito non debe essere senza Musica 'A well established man must not be without music' Gioseffo Zarlino, Istitutioni harmoniche (1583)   Angeli, zingare & pastori (Angels, gypsies and shepherds) is a journey through the many characters of ensemble music in late 16th and early 17th century Italy. The title refers to three recurrent allegories found not only in music but also in literature and the visual arts. Angels are messengers and archetypical symbols of the divine and supern...+ info

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September 30th, 2014

The soprano Mariví Blasco, accompanied by theorbo Juan Carlos Rivera, we are immersed in the Italian Seicento music with Arias and Cantatas of Claudio Monteverdi, Stefano Landi, Benedetto Ferrari, Barbara Strozzi, Domenico Mazzocchi and Giulio Caccini. An remarkable performance of exceptional music.

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