Bartolomé de Selma y Salaverde

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Bartolomé de Selma y Salaverde

Canzoni, Fantasie et Correnti (Venezia, 1638)

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Conductor: Vicente Parrilla

Vicente Parrilla, flute.
Leonardo Rossi, baroque violin.
Javier Zafra, historical bassoons.
Fahmi Alqhai, viola da gamba.
Jesus Fernandez, chitarrone and flute.

Content

  • Canzon 35
  • Canzon 12
  • Corrente 43
  • Canzon 36
  • Canzon 2
  • Canzon 11
  • Corrente 56
  • Canzon 20
  • Fantasia 10
  • Balletto 29
  • Canzon 3
  • Corrente 26
  • Susanna Passeggiata
  • Corrente 53
  • Canzon 23
  • Corrente 24
  • Corrente 39
  • Canzon 51

Total time: 56’10”


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

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Bartolomé de Selma y Salaverde

Canzoni, Fantasie et Correnti (Venezia, 1638)

Bartolome de Selma y Salaverde is one of the international composers and yet least known of the History of Music in Spain. Its importance is reflected in two points in his book, published in Venice in 1638 entitled Canzoni, Fantasie et Correnti. The first is its importance as an instrument of bassoon, and on the other hand is the fact that a composer, born and educated in Spain, comes to publish music for various instruments in the instrumental music publisher source most important moment: the Venetian printing.

The first is its importance as an instrument of bassoon, and on the other hand, is the fact that a composer, born and educated in Spain, comes to publish music for various instruments in the instrumental music publisher source most important of the day: Venetian printing. From him we have little biographical information we know that belonged to a family of musical tradition especially linked to the downturn. Recent investigations have established the geographic origin of Selma, in the town of Valls de Roure.

In his book does point out that it is Augustinian monk and bassoonist of Archduke Leopold of Austria (from 1628 to 1630). As for his book, calls attention to how to place the parts separately, setting a new style on the criterion of classification to be followed: according to the level of implementation, leaving very few details of implementation. If one part are obvious links with Selma Venetian instrumental music from the early seventeenth Bonomo Selma finds that does not squeeze the resources in this new way of composing style Castello, who always said that makes a big difference to our music, perhaps because of their training in Hispanic. We can say that Salaverde Selma, its origins, training, living journey, and other elements of his biography unknown, was instrumental in the genesis of the sonata style of the seventeenth through the constructive side of a mixed instrumental and vocal language. Your work deserves to be considered first-rate repertoire.

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Estilo

Barroco

Interpretación

Flutes

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Bartolomé de Selma y Salaverde

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