Melancolía Música Temprana

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Label: PentaTone

Genre: Classical

Subgenre: Vocal

Interpret: Música Temprana

Komponist: Francisco de la Torre (1483-1504), Adrian Rodriguez van der Spoel, Juan Ponce (1475-1520), Pedro de Escobar (1465-1535), Garci Sanchez de Badajoz (1460-1526), Johannes Urrede (1430-1482)

Das Album enthält Albumcover Booklet (PDF)


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FLAC 192 $ 14,00
  • Anonymous: Cancionero musical de palacio (Excerpts):
  • 1Cancionero musical de palacio (Excerpts): No. 16, A los baños del amor03:16
  • Francisco de la Torre (1460 - 1507):
  • 2Torre: Cancionero musical de la Colombina: No. 48, Dime, triste coraçón01:08
  • Anonymous:
  • 3Cancionero musical de palacio (Excerpts): No. 277, Ojos mis ojos, tan garridos ojos01:48
  • 4Cancionero musical de palacio (Excerpts): No. 131, En Ávila, mis ojos02:46
  • Adrián Rodríguez Van der Spoel:
  • 5Spoel: Melancolía03:00
  • Anonymous: Cancionero musical de palacio (Excerpts):
  • 6Cancionero musical de palacio (Excerpts): No. 429, Una montaña pasando07:12
  • Juan Ponce (1476 - 1520):
  • 7Ponce: Cancionero musical de palacio (Excerpts): No. 20, Allá se me ponga el sol02:06
  • Anonymous: Cancionero musical de palacio (Excerpts):
  • 8Cancionero musical de palacio (Excerpts): No. 92, Dentro en el vergel a 301:21
  • 9Cancionero musical de palacio (Excerpts): No. 221, Muchos van de amor heridos01:23
  • 10Cancionero musical de palacio (Excerpts): No. 246, No queriendo soys querida03:56
  • Pedro de Escobar (1465 - 1535):
  • 11Escobar: Cancionero musical de palacio (Excerpts): No. 278, Ojos morenicos02:38
  • Anonymous: Cancionero musical de palacio (Excerpts):
  • 12Cancionero musical de palacio (Excerpts): No. 92, Dentro en el vergel a 401:41
  • Juan Ponce:
  • 13Ponce: Cancionero musical de palacio (Excerpts): No. 67, Cómo está sola mi vida02:20
  • Garci Sánchez de Badajoz (1476 - 1520):
  • 14Badajoz: Cancionero musical de palacio (Excerpts): No. 269, O desdichado de mi04:24
  • Adrián Rodríguez Van der Spoel:
  • 15Spoel: Distopía02:29
  • Johannes Urrede (1451 - 1482):
  • 16Urrede: Cancionero musical de palacio (Excerpts): No. 224, Muy triste será mi vida05:44
  • Anonymous: El canto de la Sibila (Versus Sybille prophet):
  • 17El canto de la Sibila (Versus Sybille prophet): Pt. 1, —06:02
  • 18El canto de la Sibila (Versus Sybille prophet): Pt. 2, —04:09
  • 19El canto de la Sibila (Versus Sybille prophet): Pt. 3, —04:18
  • 20El canto de la Sibila (Versus Sybille prophet): Pt. 4, —04:00
  • 21El canto de la Sibila (Versus Sybille prophet): Pt. 5, —04:13
  • 22El canto de la Sibila (Versus Sybille prophet): Pt. 6, —04:00
  • Total Runtime01:13:54

Info zu Melancolía

Melancholischer Trost für unruhige Zeiten: Música Temprana, eines der aufregendsten spanischen Ensembles für Alte Musik, präsentiert sein erstes PENTATONE-Album Melancolía, auf dem sie spanische höfische Lieder über Trauer und unerwiderte Liebe um 1500 zusammen mit der apokalyptischen liturgischen Tradition von El Canto de la Sibila vorstellen. Viele der hier aufgeführten Villancicos, Canciones, Romanzen und Estrambotes sind in Liederbüchern wie dem berühmten Cancionero Musical de Palacio dokumentiert. Sie zeigen den Übergang von der Lyrik der Troubadoure zum blühenden Siglo de Oro (Goldenes Zeitalter) und den Übergang von einer mittelalterlichen zu einer Renaissance-Ästhetik in der spanischen Musik. El Canto de la Sibila ist eine religiöse Tradition, die sich bis zum Heiligen Augustinus zurückverfolgen lässt, der seine Betrachtungen über das Ende der Zeiten in den Mund einer heidnischen Prophetin aus der griechisch-römischen Mythologie legte. Die Interpretation von Música Temprana lässt die religiösen Praktiken im Cuenca des 15. Jahrhunderts wieder aufleben. Insgesamt unterstreichen die auf diesem Album aufgeführten Werke die starken melancholischen Verbindungen zwischen weltlichen und religiösen spanischen Musiktraditionen um 1500, einer Zeit voller Veränderungen und Konflikte, in der das christliche Europa das hypothetische Ende der Welt fürchtete. Die außergewöhnliche Schönheit dieser strengen Werke bietet auch für unsere unruhigen Zeiten Trost.

Olalla Alemán, Sopran
Luciana Cueto, Mezzosopran
Musica Temprana
Adrián Rodríguez Van der Spoel, Leitung

Adrián Rodríguez Van der Spoel
was born in Rosario, Argentina in 1963. He became acquainted with traditional and folk music first in a somewhat intuitive way and gradually through academic training. Eventually he redirected his attention in his studies to early Western music and its historic interpretation. Later on, he moved to The Netherlands where he studied composition and choir direction with Daniel Reuss, Daan Manneke, Paul van Nevel and Jos van Veldhoven at the Conservatory of Amsterdam.

In 2001 he started with MÚSICA TEMPRANA, an ensemble specializing mainly in the interpretation of music from the colonial period in Latin America and Spain. He has also done a lot of research on the theme of Latin American and Spanish renaissance music and is the author of Bailes, Tonadas & cachuas; la música del Códice Trujillo del Perú en el siglo XVIII.

As artistic leader and director of choirs and baroque orchestras as well as composer, singer, guitarist, percussionist and researcher Adrián is active in a large segment of the musical world. As a guest director he has worked with ensembles like Anthonello and Contraponto from Japan and with Conjunto Promúsica in Argentina.

He was invited as specialist guest teacher by the Conservatories of Tilburg, Utrecht and The Hague and by the Argentinian Catholic University, the Conservatory Manuel de Falla in Buenos Aires and the Escuela Universitaria de Música at his place of birth Rosario. Also he has taught choir direction at the Kurt Thomas course in The Netherlands.

He has directed The Passions of J.S. Bach and the staged operas La Liberazzione di Ruggiero of Francesca Caccini, Dido & Aeneas of Henry Purcell and the madrigal comedy Il Festino of Adriano Banchieri.

During the opening of the Early Music Festival in Utrecht in 2005 the monumental motet for 40 voices Spem in Alium van Thomas Tallis was performed under his direction and three years later a staged version of the Ensaladas of Mateo Flecha was performed at the Festival of 2008.

Musica Temprana
aims to explore the repertoire from the Renaissance and Baroque periods, not only in Latin America, but also from sources of the Spanish Empire of that era. Through this Música Temprana wishes to map the musical development in Latin America from the moment the first conquistadores set foot in the New World up to the coming of age of baroque music on Latin American soil itself.

The ensemble’s repertoire is mostly the result of own research by the founder and conductor ADRIÁN RODRÍGUEZ VAN DER SPOEL.

Since the first concert in 2001 the ensemble released six CD records and organized performances in important specialized festival, such as the Festival Oude Muziek in Utrecht, the Trigonale in Austria, the Old Music Festival in Stockholm, Laus Polyphoniae and the Festival van Vlaanderen in Belgium, the Mozart Festival in Rovereto, Italy, and Musica Sacra in Maastricht. MÚSICA TEMPRANA toured several concert in Latin America, especially in Bolivia, Costa Rica, Argentina and Ecuador.

“One cannot simply perform Latin American baroque music according to the usual European baroque practice. Then it would become too strict, too academic. The repertoire we perform requires in-depth knowledge of the rich Latin American folk music tradition as well as insight into character, temperament, thought and uniqueness of the continent. I play this music as I would play traditional music of my own country, in the same ‘natural’ way. And it is exactly that which I would like share with the audience.” (Artistic director Adrián Rodríguez Van der Spoel)

The ensemble distinguished itself through important projects such as the integral recording of the Codex Trujillo del Perú, the reconstruction of baroque violins from the Chiquitos in Bolivia (including concerts with them) and the staged versions of the Ensaladas of Mateo Flecha and the madrigal comedy Il Festino of Adriano Banchieri.

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