How Spanish Rhythms Defeated the French Chanson
(Antonio de Cabezón, Pablo Bruna, Sebastián Aguilera de Heredia, Adriano Banchieri, Andrea Falconieri, Marco Uccellini, Giorgio Mainerio)
Forma Antiqva (Spain)
Aarón Zapico – harpsichord, artistic direction
Lluís Coll – cornetto
Alejandro Villar – recorders
Miren Zeberio, Jorge Jiménez – baroque violin
Ruth Verona – baroque cello
Daniel Garay – percussions
Pablo Zapico – baroque guitar
Daniel Zapico – theorbo
Thursday 19. 7. 2012, 7.30 pm
Prague Castle, The Spanish Hall, Prague 1
The 13th Summer Festivities of Early Music opened in the name of Hispanic temperament, in the Spanish Hall of the Prague Castle. The eminent Forma Antiqva ensemble introduced a musical dramatization of the famous Spanish-French Battle of Pavia (1525). They performed pieces by Spanish composers Antonio de Cabezón, Sebastián Aguilera de Heredia, and Pablo Bruna, as well as by the Italians Adrian Banchieri, Marco Uccellini, and Andrea Falconieri.
Supported by the Spanish Embassy in Prague and Instituto Cervantes Praga. In collaboration with the Prague Castle Administration.