Argentina and Roots of European Baroque with Rubén Dubrovsky

October 11, 2022, 8:00 pm

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Rubén Dubrovsky
Rubén Dubrovsky

Rubén Dubrovsky traces the popular dances of the European Baroque (sarabanda, chacona, pasacalle, and folía) back to their Latin American and African roots. Dubrovsky, an Argentinian conductor based in Vienna, is co-founder of Bach Consort Wien and artistic director of Third Coast Baroque.

Learn more about Rubén Dubrovsky’s work in Chicago below.


Playlist

Marcelo Ferreyra (arr. R. Dubrovsky): El Siestero 

Mercedes Sosa: Calle Angosta

Cuchi Leguizamon (arr. R. Dubrovsky): Zamba de Lozano

Alessandro Piccinini (arr. R. Dubrovsky): Aria di saravanda in varie partite

Traditional Bolivian (arr. R. Dubrovsky): La bolivianita

Julian Antonio Diza (arr. R. Dubrovsky): La vieja

Claudio Monteverdi: Sanctorum meritis Secondo, SV 278 from Selva morale e spirituale
Stephan Van Dyck and Cyril Auvity, tenors
Ensemble Elyma
Gabriel Garrido, director

Jose Simon (arr. R. Dubrovsky): Chacarera de un triste

Andres Chazarreta (arr. R. Dubrovsky): La telesita

Abel Segundo Monico Saravia (arr. R. Dubrovsky): Chacarera de Gualiama

Los Hermanos Rios (arr. R. Dubrovsky): De puro gusto

Atahualpa Yupanqui (arr. R. Dubrovsky): Piedra y camino

Chazarreta (arr. R. Dubrovsky): Cuando nada te debia 

Conjunto Cumanana: Los Reyes del Festejo

Los Vasquez: Vamo a Meneá

Tarquinio Merula (arr. R. Dubrovsky): Canzoni overo sonate concertate per chiesa e camera, Book 3, Ciaccona Op. 12/20

Gaspar Sanz: Zarabanda Francesca
Rolf Lislevand, baroque guitar

Mercedes Sosa: La Arribeña

Miguelito Valdes: Zarabanda

Traditional Argentinian (arr. R. Dubrovsky): Te’i de olvidar

Antonio Vivaldi (arr. R. Dubrovsky): Trio Sonata in D Minor, Op. 1, No. 12, RV 63, “Follia”

Arrangements by Rubén Dubrovsky come from the album:
Vidala: Argentina and Roots of European Baroque
Bach Consort Wien
Rubén Dubrovsky, conductor
Gramola 99064