• Pedro Rabassa (1683-1767)

    Miserere

    Coro Juan Navarro Hispalensis

    Conductor: Josep Cabré


    Barcelona, Valencia and Seville are the three cities that marked the professional career of Pedro Rabassa. He was born in Barcelona in 1683, and grew up there as a choirboy in the cathedral, until he became a singer and harpist. These were the times of Francisco Valls, the author of the controversial Scala Aretina mass, whose influence was felt in Rabassa’s later works as a composer. After a brief period at the cathedral of Vic, where he became chapel-master in 1713, he then spent from 1714 to 1724 in charge of the chapel of Valencia cathedral. His arrival in Seville in July 1724 was to ...+ info

  • 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

  • I Concurso de

    Granada, 1922

    Varios


    There can be no doubt that the Cante Jondo contest held in Granada during the Corpus celebrations on 13 and 14 June 1922 was an important milestone in the history of flamenco, although some scholars, looking back on it from our current perspective, question the timeliness of its celebration, the organisational model and its restrictive rules. It is true that almost a century later, and having witnessed the course that flamenco has taken over this long journey, some of the premises on which the contest was based could be considered exceedingly alarmist –especially that the purest forms of...+ info



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




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