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Armoniosi Concerti sopra la chitarra spagnuola

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Armoniosi Concerti sopra la Chitarra Spagnuola

Works by Kapsberger, Pellegrini, Negri, Caroso, Corbetta, Castaldi, Bartolotti y Piccinini.

Juan Carlos Rivera

Content

Johann H. Kapsberger (150-1651)
  • Tocata Prima.
  • Tocata Arpegggiata.
  • Tocata Setima.
  • Capona & Sferaina.
  • Canario.
Domenico Pellegrini (c. 1600-1662)
  • Chiacona in parte variate alla vera spagnuola, col il basso per tiorba.
Cesare Negri ‘il Trombone’ (1535-1604)
  • Il Canario in parte variate.
  • Balletto a due detto “Alta Mendoza”.
  • Balletto a quatro detto “Il Bianco Fiore”.
Marco Fabricio Caroso (c.1527-1605)
  • Spagnoleta di Madriglia.
Francesco Corbetta (1615-1681)
  • Prelude & Chaconne.
Bellerofonte Castaldi (1580-1649)
  • Cecchina Corrente.
  • Aurora Corrente.
  • Mustazzin Corrente.
  • Sgroppato Passegio.
Angelo M. Bartolotti (d. 1669)
  • Suite por la E (re menor)
Alessandro Piccinini (1566-1638)
  • Chiaccona in parte variate.
  • Corrente decima.
  • Tocata VI.
  • Corrente Seconda.

Total time: 69’25”


Production: José Mª Martín Valverde. Sound: Jorge Marín.

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Armoniosi Concerti sopra la chitarra spagnuola

The Century of the spanish Guitar

Works by Kapsberger, Pellegrini, Negri, Caroso, Corbetta, Castaldi, Bartolotti and Piccinini

Juan Carlos Rivera, guitar

It is known that the French had very little to do with the invention of he “French omelette”, just as the Russians with “Russian salad” (known in Spain as a “national salad” in he years after the Spanish Civil War for political reasons). It is also known that the English horn, despite its name, was invented by the French (cor anglais, that is to say, angled, named after the angle that formed the tube in the early versions). So why was he guitar named “spanish” from the end of the XVIth century onwards?. The unsatisfactory explanation given by Gaspar Sanz in his Instrucción de música sobre la guitarra española (Zaragoza, 1674) is frequently repeated: “The Italians, French and other nations bestowed the name “Spanish” to the guitar; the reason being that in the past the guitar did not have more than four strings and the Madrid the Maestro Espinel, a Spaniard, added the fifth”.

Información adicional

Estilo

Barroco

Interpretación

Guitarra

Artista

Juan Carlos Rivera