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Música Temprana – Melancolía (24/192 FLAC)

Música Temprana - Melancolía (24/192 FLAC)
Música Temprana – Melancolía (24/192 FLAC)


Composer: Juan Ponce, Francisco de la Torre, Adrián Rodríguez Van der Spoel, Johannes Urrede
Performer: Olalla Alemán, Adrián Rodríguez Van der Spoel, Luciana Cueto, Música Temprana
Conductor: Adrián Rodríguez Van der Spoel
Format: FLAC (tracks)
Label: Pentatone
Catalogue: PTC5186294
Release: 2021
Size: 2.46 GB
Recovery: +3%
Scan: yes

Cancionero musical de palacio
01. No. 16, A los baños del amor

Torre: Cancionero musical de la Colombina
02. No. 48, Dime, triste coraçón

Cancionero musical de palacio
03. No. 277, Ojos mis ojos, tan garridos ojos
04. No. 131, En Ávila, mis ojos

05. Spoel: Melancolía

Ponce: Cancionero musical de palacio
06. No. 429, Una montaña pasando
07. No. 20, Allá se me ponga el sol
08. No. 92, Dentro en el vergel a 3
09. No. 221, Muchos van de amor heridos
10. No. 246, No queriendo soys querida
11. No. 278, Ojos morenicos
12. No. 92, Dentro en el vergel a 4
13. No. 67, Cómo está sola mi vida
14. No. 269, O desdichado de mi

15. Spoel: Distopía

Urrede: Cancionero musical de palacio (Excerpts)
16. No. 224, Muy triste será mi vida

El canto de la Sibila (Versus Sybille prophet)
17. Pt. 1, –
18. Pt. 2, –
19. Pt. 3, –
20. Pt. 4, –
21. Pt. 5, –
22. Pt. 6, –

Música Temprana, one of today’s most exciting Hispanic early music ensembles, presents its first PENTATONE album Melancolía, on which they present Spanish courtly songs on mourning and unrequited love around 1500 together with the apocalyptic liturgical tradition of El Canto de la Sibila. Many of the villancicos, canciones, romances and estrambotes performed here have been documented in songbooks such as the famous Cancionero Musical de Palacio.

They show the transition from troubadour lyricism to the flourishing Siglo de Oro (Golden Age), and the shift from a medieval to a Renaissance aesthetic in Spanish music. El Canto de la Sibila is a religious tradition that can be traced back as far as St Augustine, who put his contemplation on the end of times into the mouth of a pagan prophetess from Graeco-Roman mythology.

Música Temprana’s interpretation revives religious practices in 15th -century Cuenca. Altogether, the works performed on this album underline the strong melancholic connections between worldly and religious Spanish musical traditions around 1500, a period full of change and conflict, during which Christian Europe feared the hypothetical end of the world. The extraordinary beauty of these austere works offers solace for our troubled times as well

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