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martes, 15 de abril de 2008

Villancicos - Atrium Musicae

Villancicos

Atrium Musicae
    Luys Milan (adapted by Gregorio Paniagua):
  1. Poys dezeys que me quereys ben
    Toda mi vida hos amé
    Perdida teñyo la color
  2. Anon., Madrid, Bibl. Medinaceli sign. 13230: Cancionero de Medinaceli
  3. A su alvedrio
    Anon. (adapted by Gregorio Paniagua), Madrid, Bibl. Royale sign. 2.I.5: Cancionero de Palacio
    Pase al agoa
    A los baños del amor
  4. Anon.: Cancionero de Uppsala
  5. Vésame y abraçame
    E la don don verges Maria
    Gregorio Paniagua:
    La Begognette
    Anon.: Cancionero de Uppsala
    Riu Riu Chiu
  6. Anon. (adapted by Gregorio & Eduardo Paniagua), Madrid, Bibl. Royale sign. 2.I.5: Cancionero de Palacio
  7. La mas graciosda serrana
    Juan del Enzina, Madrid, Bibl. Royale sign. 2.I.5: Cancionero de Palacio
    Amor con fortuna (contrafactum of Halcón que se atreve)
    Anon. (adapted by Gregorio Paniagua), Madrid, Bibl. Royale sign. 2.I.5: Cancionero de Palacio
    Quien vos avia de lievar
  8. Juan Vásquez, Seville 1560:
  9. Con qué la lavaré
    Luys de Narvaez, Delphin de Música:
    Con qué la lavaré
    Anon.: Cancionero de Uppsala
    Con qué la lavaré
  10. Anon., Madrid, Bibl. Royale sign. 2.I.5: Cancionero de Palacio
  11. So ell enzina
    Sola me dexaste
    Dindirindin
    Daca bailemos
    Francisco de la Torre (adapted by Gregorio Paniagua), Madrid, Bibl. Royale sign. 2.I.5: Cancionero de Palacio
    Pánpano Verde
  12. Gregorio Paniagua:
  13. La Edoarda
    Anon., Mss. 7.I.28, Seville: Cancionero de la Columbina
    Pues no mejora mi suerte
    Gregorio Paniagua: Fermata
Duración: 44' 28"
Intérpretes: Atrium Musicae de Madrid [Gregorio Paniagua (small bells, vihuela, vielle, soprano viola, singer, bowed vihuela, viola, xirimia, soprano gamba, syrinx, psalterion, cymbals, metallophone, whistles, tenor recorder, tenor gamba, alto crumhorn, soprano crumhorn, very small bells). Eduardo Paniagua (small bells, bass recorders, dulcimer, alto and soprano recorder, carillon, , tenor recorder, tambourine, cymbals, very small bells, psalterion, flute, shepherd's flute, timbals), Beatriz Amo (tambourine, exequier, very small bells, dulcimer, singer, positive, castanets, psalterion, metallophone, vielle, darabukka), Begoña Olavidade (tambourine, alto recorder, singer, teeths sound, psaltterion, tintinabulum, alto and soprano recorder, vielle), Luis Paniagua (tar, timbals, dulcimer, vihuela, friction drum, tenor recorder, tenor crumhorn, singer, sliding trombone, wooden tabla, small bells, psalterion, carillon, triangle, whistle, metallophone, panderete (tambourine), darabukka, small darabukka, smal tambourine, bird whistle, calabash, very small bells), Carlos Paniagua (small bells and tar, bass recorder, small drum, bass crumhorn, psalterion, alto crumhorn, darabukka, metallophone, dulcimer, timbals, small bells, vihuela)] - Gregorio Paniagua, dir.

Fecha de Grabación: Marzo de1979

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viernes, 11 de abril de 2008

Aurora. The Complete Hildegard von Bingen. vol. 2 - Sinfonye

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The complete Hildegard von Bingen, vol. two
Sinfonye and members of the Oxford girls' choir


    Hildegard von Bingen
  1. From wherever they came (Unde quocumque venientes)
  2. O leafy branch (O frondens virga)
  3. O how precious (O quam preciosa)
  4. Because it was a woman (Quia ergo femina)
  5. Ave Maria
  6. Divine love abounds (Caritas abundat)
  7. O great wonder (O quam magnum)
  8. Hail, noble one (Ave generosa)
  9. O branch and crown (O virga ac diadema)
  10. So God watered them with dew (Deus enim rorem in illas misit)
  11. O energy of wisdom (O virtus sapientie)
  12. O sweetest lover (O dulcissime amator)
  13. While the craft of God's finger (Cum processit factura digiti dei)
  14. Spiritui sancto
  15. O father of all (O pater omnium)
Intérpretes: Sinfonye (Victoria Couper, Camilla Scarlett, Sara Stowe, Vivien Ellis, Stevie Wishart, Louise Eckelaar, Emily Levy, Katharine Taylor, Lucy Steele) & Oxford girls' choir
 
Duración: 60' 10"
 
Fecha de grabación: 1999 (Toddington Church, Gloucestershire, England)

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