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Jordi Savall - La Lira d'Esperia (SACD)
 
14,00 €
 
Formát:
CD
 
 
Dostupnosť:
na sklade / dostupné okamžite
 
 
Katalógové číslo:
AVSA9942
 
 
EAN kód:
8435408099424
 
 
Autori:
traditional
 
 
Interpreti:
Jordi Savall, Pedro Estevan
 
 
Vydavateľ:
ALIA VOX
 
 
Zoznam skladieb
1
Alfonso el Sabio: Invocación & Ductia
2
Alfonso el Sabio: Ronda
3
The Traditional: Alalá (Cançao d'embalar)
4
The Traditional: Panderada (Estreliña do Luceiro)
5
Alfonso el Sabio: Rotundellus
6
The Traditional: Istampita (En querer)
7
The Traditional: Maruxina
8
Alfonso el Sabio: Pregaria (En a gran coita)
9
Alfonso el Sabio: Saltarello
10
The Traditional: Nana (Cançao d'embalar)
11
The Traditional: Dança (Caminando)
12
Alfonso el Sabio: Cantiga (A Virgen) - Ronda - Baile
13
The Traditional: Invocaçao & Alborada
14
Alfonso el Sabio: Ducita de Santa Maria
15
Alfonso el Sabio: Cantiga (Virgen Madre groriosa)
16
Alfonso el Sabio: Istampita & Rota (Ciudad Rodrigo)
17
The Traditional: Panxolina (Vinde, picariñas) - Baile da terra (Os fillos dos ricos)
18
Alfonso el Sabio: Foliada (Don Alfonso)
19
The Traditional: Cançao (La moza que rabió) & Baile
20
Alfonso el Sabio: Ducita & Rota
21
The Traditional: Aiñhara & Canto de Ciego 1
22
The Traditional: Canto de Ciego 2 (Lamento)
23
Canto de Despedida (Adiós meu homiño) & Danza (Ariños)
Popis
After several years of research, experimentation and concerts, Jordi Savall and the percussionist Pedro Estevan recorded the album "La Lira d'Espéria" in 1994. Savall chose historical instruments for the interpretation of the medieval pieces: the lyre (an ancient stringed instrument bowed with a bow), the rebec (a precursor of today's violin), the tenor fiddle and the rebab (a lute from the Arabic region bowed with a bow). The title, along with the ancient lyre, referred to Hesperia - fitting for the instrumentation and the medieval repertoire from Christian, Jewish and Arab-Andalusian cultures, which were widespread in the Iberian and Italian regions at the time. In Greek antiquity, Hesperia referred to the two westernmost peninsulas of the Mediterranean, the Italian and the Iberian. The lyre was one of the first musical instruments described in Hellenic mythology.
 
 
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