Flanders Festival: Passion and Melancholy

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Program: #00-27   Air Date: Jun 15, 2000

NOTE: All of the music on this program is from the 1999 Flanders International Music Festival, the Early Music Festival in Bruges. It features the ensemble La Primavera in a program entitled "Passion and Melancholy: Spanish Music 1500-1700." For information on the Flanders Festival, about travel to Flanders, or to find out more about Flemish culture, you may contact the Belgian Tourist Board at www.visitbelgium.com.

Anon. (15th c.): Di, per a mora.

 ESTEBAN DAZA: Escrito esta en mi alma.

 LUYS VENEGAS de HENESTROSA: Libro de citra nueva.

 PEDRO ORDONYEZ: Ay, mudo soy.

 DIEGO ORTIZ (c. 1510-1570): Recercarda primera;
       Recercarda segunda.

 JUAN HIDALGO (1610-1686): Ay que si, ay que no.

 ANDREA FALCONIERO: La monarca; Brando la spiritillo.

 CARLOS de BORJA: Ay silencio apacible.

 BARTOLOMEO de SELMA Y SALAVERDE (c. 1580-1638):
       Canzona Terza a soprano solo e basso; Corrente.

 HIDALGO: Credito es de mi decoro.

 JUAN BAUTISTA CABANILLES (1644-1722): Corrente Italiana.

 JOSE MARIN (1619-1699): Ojos pues me desdenais.

 GASPAR SANZ (1640-1710): Jacaras.

 FALCONIERO: Brando dicho el melo; La suave melodia; Su corrente.

 Anon.: Vuelve barquilla.

 JUAN ARANYES: Un sarao de la chacona.

Composer Info

ESTEBAN DAZA, LUYS VENEGAS de HENESTROSA, PEDRO ORDONYEZ, DIEGO ORTIZ (c. 1510-1570), JUAN HIDALGO (1610-1686), ANDREA FALCONIERO, CARLOS de BORJA, BARTOLOMEO de SELMA Y SALAVERDE (c. 1580-1638), JUAN BAUTISTA CABANILLES (1644-1722), JOSE MARIN (1619-1699), GASPAR SANZ (1640-1710), JUAN ARANYES

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