Swiss Early Music Scene: The Brazilian Baroque, Part I

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Program: #01-07   Air Date: Feb 12, 2000

We continue with the remarkable project supported by Pro Helvetia featuring the Ensemble Turicum examining sacred music of 18th century Brazil.

NOTE: This program was made possible in part by a
grant from PRS, Presence Switzerland; with additional
support from Swiss Radio International, Pro Helvetia, and
the Embassy of Switzerland in Washington, D.C.

Pro Helvetia sponsors the series of recordings
by the Ensemble Turicum.

I. LUIS ALVARES PINTO: Te Deum laudamus.

II. JOSE JOAQUIN EMERICO LOBO de MESQUITA:
   Tercio; Tractus para o Sabado Santo; Antiphona de Nossa Senhora.

III. JOSE MAURICIO NUNES GARCIA: Popule meus;
   Tenuisti manum; Crux fidelis; In monte Oliveti; Sepulto Domino.

(Ensemble Turicum/Luis Alves da Silva, dir.). Claves CD 50-9521.

From Sacred Music of the Brazilian Baroque, Volume I.

Composer Info

LUIS ALVARES PINTO, JOSE JOAQUIN EMERICO LOBO de MESQUITA, JOSE MAURICIO NUNES GARCIA

CD Info

CD 50-9521

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