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Espana eterna : five centuries of music from Spain 1200-1700

Jordi Savall (conductor)
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Espana eterna : five centuries of music from Spain 1200-1700

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Contents
Cd 1 Songs of the troubadours c.1200
Cd 2 Songs of Andalucia : music from the middle ages and renaissance
Cd 3 Libre vermell de Montserrat : a 14th century pilgrimage
Cd 4 Secular music from Christian and Jewish Spain 1450-1550 dl. 1 : court music and songs from the age of discoveries 1492-1553
Cd 5 Secular music from Christian and Jewish Spain 1450-1550 dl. 2 : Sephardic romances from the ages before the expulsion of the Jews from Spain 1492
Cd 6 Instrumental variation in Spanish renaissance music
Cd 7 Renaissance music in Naples 1442-1556 : from the reign of the Cataline and Spanish kings
Cd 8 Antonio de Cabezón 1510-1566 : Spanish instrumental music from the time of Charles V
Cd 9 Canciones y danzas de Espańa 1547-1616 : songs and dances from the time of Cervantes
Cd 10 Diego Ortiz c.1510-1570 : recercadas del tratado de glosas 1553
Cd 11 El barroco Espańol c.1640-1700 : Spanish secular music C.1640-1700
Title
Espana eterna : five centuries of music from Spain 1200-1700
Conductor
Jordi Savall 1941- (gamba)
Publisher
Warner Classics, 2018
11 cd's + boekje
Recording date
1968-1983
Playing time
09:09:14
EAN
0190295699567
CDR
ECX1568
Placing suggestion
40 - Middeleeuwen en renaissance (NBLC) K8 - Oude muziek (Flemish music schema)

Availability in Flemish libraries

More than 5 times in Flemish libraries

About Jordi Savall

Jordi Savall i Bernadet (Catalan: [ˈʒɔɾði səˈβaʎ i βəɾnəˈðɛt]; born 1 August 1941) is a Catalan conductor, composer and viol player. He has been one of the major figures in the field of Western early music since the 1970s, largely responsible for popularizing the viol family of instruments (notably the viola da gamba) in contemporary performance and recording. As a historian of early music his repertoire features everything from medieval, Renaissance and Baroque through to the Classical and Romantic periods. He has incorporated non-western musical traditions in his work; including African vernacular music.

Musical education

His musical training started at age six in the school choir of his native Igualada (1947–55). After graduating from the Barcelona's Conservatory of Music (where he studied fr…Read more on Wikipedia