Un Compás: A Voyage from Spain to the Orient

November 7, 2018, 10:00 pm

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Euskal Barrokensemble (Basque Baroque Ensemble) explores the musical culture of the Mediterranean and its influence on Spanish and Italian classical music in this program recorded live in concert July 16, 2018, in the Troja Castle, one of Prague’s most beautiful Baroque villas, as part of Prague’s Summer Early Music Festival.

This program will be available as a non-downloadable stream until December 7.

Music

Dimitrie Cantemir (1673 – 1723)
Bestenigar

Aga Riza
Makam Huseyni from Cantemir Collection

Traditional
Durme, durme Sephardic lullaby (Rhodes)
Apo xeno meros ode (Greece)
Koumis-Ezpatadantza sword dance (Basque)

Gaspar Sanz (1640 – 1710)
Marionas

Domenico Scarlatti (1685-1757)
Sonata in D, K. 32

Traditional
Fandango-Porrue (Basque)

Alonso Mudarra (ca 1510 – 1580)
Pavana-Gallarda

Bartolomeo Barbarino (? – 1617)
Quaranta e Saltarello

Anonymous
Lady Carey´s Dompe (England)

Luys de Narváez (ca 1500 – ca 1550)
Romanesca

Giovanni Kapsberger (ca 1580 – 1651)
Colascione

Traditional
Jota Manuscrito de Cortabarría (17th cent.)
Kurdi Pesrev (Cantemir collection)
Raiko (Macedonia)

Gaspar Sanz (1640 – 1710)
Canarios

Traditional
Buselik asirani (encore)

ARTISTS
Euskal Baroque Ensemble (Spain)
Enrike Solinís, artistic leader and Baroque guitar
Miren Zeberio, Baroque violin and rebec
Pablo Martín Caminero, double bass
Daniel Garay, percussion
Kiya Tabassian, vocals and setar (Iranian lute)

Opening & Closing Theme for Baroque&Before:
Joan Ambrosio Dalza: Piva, performed by Musica Reservata (Boston Skyline BSD 123)