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Savino: Archivo de Guatemala (24/96 FLAC)

Savino: Archivo de Guatemala (24/96 FLAC)

Savino: Archivo de Guatemala (24/96 FLAC)

Performer: El Mundo
Conductor: Richard Savino
Format: FLAC (tracks)
Label: Naxos
Release: 2021
Size: 1.34 GB
Recovery: +3%
Scan: yes

01. Castellanos: Pastoras alegres
02. Castellanos: Gitanillas vienen (Arr. R. Savino for Chamber Ensemble)
03. Sanz: Instrucción de música sobre la Guitarra Española, Book 2: No. 4, Folías (Arr. R. Savino for Guitar & Harp)
04. Castellanos: Ángeles del cielo (Arr. R. Savino for Chamber Ensemble)
05. 18th Century Violin Sonatas Nos. 26-27 (From the Museo Nacional de Antropología, Mexico)
06. Castellanos: Al demonio – Si perfecciona el Altísimo (Arr. R. Savino for Chamber Ensemble)
07. Durón: Ay de mí, que el llanto y la tristeza
08. Castellanos: Vaya de jácara amigos
09. Corelli: Sonata da camera á 3 in G Major, Op. 2 No. 12 “Ciacona”
10. Durón: Vaya pues rompiendo el ayre
11. Torres: Cantada al Santísimo: Sosiega tu quebranto (Arr. R. Savino for Chamber Ensemble)
12. Quiros: Clarines suaves
13. Guzmán: Guitar Sonata No. 8 in B Minor
14. Guzmán: Guitar Sonata No. 9 in D Major
15. Quiros: Jesús, Jesús, y lo que subes
16. Castellanos: Negros de Guaranganá (Arr. R. Savino for Chamber Ensemble)
17. Zéspedes: Convidando está la noche (Arr. R.M. Stevenson for Chamber Ensemble)

Spanish colonies in Central and South America emerged as wellsprings of cultural activity throughout the 17th and 18th centuries. The meeting of indigenous populations with Latin American cathedrals and courtly life resulted in styles bearing the imprint of folk music, even in sacred compositions. The sophisticated musical culture of Guatemala City Cathedral is represented in an archive of hundreds of works, several of which are recorded here. The guitars, harp, voices and percussion of acclaimed ensemble El Mundo bring to life the vibrant and at times hypnotic dance rhythms of Spain, Africa and the New World, creating a sound unique to this region, and one that still flourishes to this day.

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