• De los álamos de Sevilla

    AGOTADO - SOLD OUT

    Juan Carlos Rivera, Vihuela


    TEMPORARILY SOLD OUT INSTRUMENTAL TRADITION IN SPAIN IN THE SIXTEENTH CENTURY Our knowledge of instrumental music in Spain or in Western Europe before the end of s. XV is very low for the simple reason that it is difficult for that type of music that we have arrived. All of that time there are some keyboard tabs Germany, England or Italy, but no music for other instruments. There to do a very simple explanation: that music was not written normally, or at least, if you used some kind of notation, this was basic, with mnemonics for, had written on slips of paper that have not withstood the ove...+ info

  • Don Chisciotte. Ópera en Dos Actos

    Manuel García

    Orquesta de Cámara Galega

    Conductor: Juan de Udaeta


    Manuel García    The tenor, composer, impresario and singing teacher Manuel del Pópulo Vicente García (Seville, 21-I-1775; Paris, 10-VI-1832), was one of the most important figures in nineteenth-century Spanish music. The father of Pauline Viardot-García, María Felicia, the legendary Malibrán, and of Manuel Patricio García, and the inventor of the laryngoscope, he was one of the great personalities in European operatic life of the nineteenth century. Both Rossini’s and Mozart’s favourite performer, he was one of the fathe...+ info

  • Fernando de las Infantas

    Motetes

    Ensemble Plus Ultra

    Conductor: Michael Noone


      Fernando de las Infantas (1534—c. 1610)—Composer and theologian     Atypical among Renaissance composers, Fernando de las Infantas was a wealthy independent nobleman whose published theological treatises were banned by the Inquisition. At the behest of Philip II, he became embroiled with the monarch’s objections to Pope Gregory XIII’s controversial authorization of a revision of the Gregorian chant—the so-called Medicean edition. Yet despite being eulogised by scholars, even to this day only a handful of Infantas’s compositions are avail...+ info



Nuevo Disco: OBRAS PARA VIOLONCELLO Y PIANO. TRÍOS 1 Y 2. MANUEL CASTILLO




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