Vea yo los ojos bellos, Music from the Time of Cervantes
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Composer: Sebastián Durón, Antonio Mártin y Coll, Juan Bonet de Parades, Manuel de Egüés, Gabriel Guerau, José Marín, Diego Ortiz, Filippo Coppola, Juan del vado y Gómez, Andres Navarro, Bartolomé de Selma y Salaverde
Artists: Luz y Norte (ensemble)
2016 has seen much commemoration around the 400th anniversary of the death of William Shakespeare. However, Shakespeare was not the only European writer to pass away in 1616 – in fact, his death on April 23rd of that year was preceded by just one day by that of his contemporary, the Spaniard Miguel de Cervantes. A novelist rather than a playwright, Cervantes is best known for the extraordinary work Don Quixote. This book, alongside many of his other works –including the Novelas ejemplares and La Galatea – form the backbone of Spanish literature. This release brings together a selection of songs for tenor by composers contemporary with Cervantes. The artists have chosen short extracts from works by Cervantes (printed alongside the sung texts in the CD booklet) to thematically link the songs together, drawing the listener into the musical world in which Cervantes lived and worked.
Luz y Norte (‘Light and Guide’) are a young Spanish ensemble, comprising a tenor, viola da gamba, harp and percussion, although the instrumentation varies according to the repertoire. All the members of the group are experienced both as soloists and as members of other prestigious early music groups. They have performed at numerous festivals, united by their shared desire to spread knowledge of the vocal and instrumental repertoire of Renaissance and Baroque Spain.
00:00:00 Sebastián Durón: Las iras detén
00:04:54 Anonymous: Son los ojos de Gileta
00:08:19 Antonio Mártin y Coll: Jácaras
00:11:21 Juan Bonet de Parades: ¿Cuándo podré lograrte?
00:16:10 Manuel de Egüés: ¿Quieres estarte quieto?
00:20:17 Gabriel Guerau: Ves el sol, luna y estrellas
00:23:45 José Marín: Qué bien canta un ruiseñor
00:27:49 Diego Ortiz: Recercadas III & VII
00:31:22 Filippo Coppola: Mis tiernos afectos
00:35:50 Juan del vado y Gómez: No te embarques, pensamiento
00:39:08 Anonymous: No podrás, que es en balde
00:43:09 Andres Navarro: ¿Cómo podré yo de ti…?
00:46:51 Bartolomé de Selma y Salaverde: Fantasía para bajo
00:52:28 José Marín: Viuda tórtola del Tajo
00:56:20 Anonymous: La morena de más gracias
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