Arde el furor: Andalusian works of the 18th century | Passacaille PAS1031

Arde el furor: Andalusian works of the 18th century

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Label: Passacaille

Cat No: PAS1031

Format: CD

Number of Discs: 1

Genre: Vocal/Choral

Release Date: 14th July 2017

Contents

Artists

Maria Espada (soprano)
Jose Hernandez (countertenor)
Orquesta Barroca de Sevilla

Conductor

Diego Fasolis

Works

Iribarren, Juan Francis de

Alegrese la tierra
Arde el furor intrepido
Nebado Albergue
Prosigue acorde lira

Torrens, Jayme

Guiados de una Estrella
O Adalid invencible
Soberano Senor

Artists

Maria Espada (soprano)
Jose Hernandez (countertenor)
Orquesta Barroca de Sevilla

Conductor

Diego Fasolis

About

In the 18th century, musical life in Spain flourished not only at the court in Madrid, but also at the great cathedrals of the country, which were, since Siglo díoro, no less important centers of music in the sixteenth century. The present recording with the Orquesta Barroca de Sevilla under Diego Fasolis presents some charming works from the repertoire of the Cathedral of Malaga. The today largely unknown composers show that Spain was by no means a musical diaspora around the middle of the 18th century, but, besides Scarlatti, Soler and Boccherini, still offers a whole series of unknown works.

Created in 1995 by Barry Sargent and Ventura Rico, The Baroque Orchestra of Seville has been among the very best Spanish Ensembles, particularly in the field of historical interpretation. Since 2001, Pedro Gandia Martin has served as its artistic director. The group has recorded for several record labels, and has received distinctions such as Gramophoneís Editorís Choice, Exceptional by Scherzo, 5 Stars Goldberg, and more.

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