• Johann Sebastian Bach. Suites BWV 1007, 1008, 1009

    Transcripción para Chitarrone de tres suites para violonchelo

    Juan Carlos Rivera


    ¿Chitarrone versus violonchelo? A surprising new transcription of three cello suites J. S. Bach.   We talked about the best music my cousin Mr. Wilhelm Friedemann Dred, along with those famous lutenists, Mr. Weiss and Mr. Kropffganss, played in our house. This is what can be read in a letter to Elias Bach, a relative of J. S. Bach, wrote on August 11, 1739. Two German musicians and composers, Weiss and Kropffganss are known as the most eminent virtuosos on his instrument. The lute reached its peak at the beginning of the eighteenth century and both musicians are regarded as th...+ info

  • Opus Brasil Ensemble

    Obras de Villa-Lobos, Mehmari, Françaix

    Opus Brasil Ensemble


    The trip by Heitor Villa-Lobos in Paris in the decade of the 20s is seen as crucial in its production. In the French capital would contact the main aesthetic trends of the time, would have the opportunity to disseminate their work in this center of cultural radiation, as well as further influences on his career would be crucial, especially the Russian composer Igor Stravinsky. On April 9, 1924, French composer Jean Wiener, organized in Paris a concert at the Salle des Enseignants, in which his works scheduled, Milhaud, Stravinsky and Villa-Lobos, including the world premiere of Trio for Oboe...+ info

  • Gaetano Brunetti - String Quartets

    Cuartetos de Cuerda

    Carmen Veneris


    Gaetano Brunetti’s quartets in perspective Gaetano Brunetti (Fano, ca. 1744 – Colmenar de Oreja, December 16th 1798) wrote quartets during most of the time he served the Spanish monarchy. In January 1770, he became music master (“maestro de violín”) to the Prince of Asturias, who later became Charles IV, and started writing music professionally for him. In 1789 he became director of music of the Royal chamber. Brunetti composed most of his chamber and symphonic music, as well as some sonatas, under the King´s patronage between 1767 and 1798. However, be...+ 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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