Palaces and Cathedrals

January 30, 2021, 7:00 pm

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Latin American colonial music has been a well hidden treasure. But, in the last 20 years the world has discovered the wealth and variety of the scores and traditions of the fascinating Latin American baroque. We hear some of these lost works that have been kept in the palaces and cathedrals of Bolivia, Brazil, and Mexico.


Dennos lecencia señores, by Anonymous (Perú)

Cachua a duo a cuatro, by Anonymous (Perú)

Ay que me abrazo  and El arrancazacate, by Juan García de Zéspedes
Tembembe Ensemble Continuo; Hesperion XXI; Jordi Savall, conductor

Sonata Chiquitana, by Anonymous (Bolivia)

Salve Regina, by Ignacio Parreiras Neves

Magnificat, by Manoel Días de Oliveira
XVIII‐21 Musique des Lumieres; Jean‐Christophe Frisch, director

Tarambote, by Anonymous (Brasil)

Justus Cum Ceciderit, Laudate Dominum, Laudate Pueri, by José Mauricio Nunes García
Ensemble Turicum; Luis Alves da Silva, conductor