La Spagna

Court and Dance Music of Spanish Renaissance

Monday 02. 08. 2021 | 20.00 Troja Chateau
U Trojského zámku 1, Prague 7
20.00–22.00
With intermission

Programme

Sanz, Ortiz, Negri
 
Costanzo Festa (ca 1485/1490–1545)
La Spagna – Baixa dansa
 
Josquin des Prés (ca 1450/1455–1521)
Fortuna desperata
 
Joan Ambrosio Dalza (činný / fl. 1508)
Alla Spagnola
Saltarello & Piva
 
Antonio de Cabezón (ca 1510–1566)
Para quién crié yo cabellos
Pavana con su glosa
 
Lucas Ruiz de Ribayaz (ca 1626–1677)
Españoletas
Xácaras
 
Gaspar Sanz (ca 1640–1710)
Pavanas al aire español y Paradetas
 
Santiago de Murcia (1673–1739)
Jota
 
Diego Ortiz (ca 1510–1570)
Recercadas sobre la Spagna
Romanescas y folías
 
Cesare Negri (1536–1605)
Austria Felice, villancico, spagnoletto y canario

Artists

David Antich – soprano, alto and tenor recorders
Robert Cases – theorbo, Baroque guitar
Pau Ballester – percussions

Annotation

Just as dance is at the foundation of music, the beautiful dance song “La Spagna” circulates in the veins of Spanish music. Up to 250 versions of this work have been preserved, with masters such as Diego Ortiz, Heinrich Isaac or Josquin des Prés being among its admirers. The especially hot-blooded month of August is ideal for dancing! In this respect, we will be greatly assisted by the renowned Spanish ensemble Capella de Ministrers, which was founded in 1987, and has since been led, by the tireless viol player Carles Magraner. At an exclusive concert full of court and dance music, we will, in the company of Santiago de Murcia, Lucas Ruyz de Ribayaz and Gaspar Sanz, explore the rhythmical and full-bloodied baroque of the Pyrenees. Let the summer be full of dance!

Venue

Troja Chateau

U Trojského zámku 1, Prague 7

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Partners of the concert

With the kind support of the Embassy of Spain in Prague, the Acción Cultural Española (AC/E) and in collaboration with the Prague City Gallery.