SATURDAY 18
8:00 p.m.

LINARES
Basilica of Santa María La Mayor

 

CORO TOMÁS LUIS DE VICTORIA
Pablo García Miranda, director

 

Lobo 400

 

In 2017 we commemorate the 400 anniversary of the death of Alonso Lobo (c.1555-1617), one of the best composers of his moment, whose works come alive again in our performance. He was born in Osuna (Seville) and was a disciple of Francisco Guerrero. He was active in Seville and Toledo. His works were spread through many cathedrals both in Spain and the New World, and can be found in Mexico and Lima. The programme also includes works by contemporary composers such as Juan de Esquivel Barahona and Sebastián de Vivanco, whose music is less known even though it has an important presence in Novo-Hispanic catalogues.

PROGRAM

Alonso Lobo (c.1555-1617)
Vivo ego (4vv)1
O quam suavis est (6vv)1
Ave Regina (5vv)1
Versa est in luctum (6vv) 1

Lamentations of the Holy Saturday (6vv)2
De lamentatione
Heth. Novi diluculo
Heth. Pars mea Dominus
Teth. Bonus est Dominus
Teth. Bonus est praestolari
Teth. Bonum est viro
Iod. Sedebit solitarius
Iod. Ponet in pulvere
Iod. Dabit percutienti se

Juan de Esquivel Barahona (c.1561-c.1615)
Ego sum panis vivus (4vv)3

Sebastián de Vivanco (c.1551-1622)
Ecce ascendimus Jerosolyman (4vv)4

Duration: 55’

Sources:
(1) Alonso Lobo: Liber Primus Missarum (Madrid, 1602)
(2) Archivo Capitular de la Catedral de Sevilla, Ms. 14 (1772)
(3) Juan Esquivel, Motecta festorum et dominicarum (Salamanca, 1608)
(4) Sebastián de VivanCo, [Libro de motetes] (Salamanca, 1610/14)

COMMEMORATION OF THE IV CENTENARY OF ALONSO LOBO’S DEATH (1617-2017)

IN COLLABORATION WITH THE BISHOPRIC OF JAÉN

 

Estefanía Alcántara Espadafor, María José Arques Márquez, Rosa Baena Sánchez, Amparo García Iglesias, Mª Carmen Megías Espigares y Mª Jesús Pacheco Caballero, sopranos

Conchita Cortés Domínguez, Mercedes García Molina, Raquel Pérez Líndez y Pilar Romera Pérez, contraltos

Alejandro Borrego Pérez, Fernando Morales Santana y Eduardo A. Salas Romo, tenors

Ignacio García Fenoll, Pablo García Miranda, Sadok García Ruiz, Guillermo Montero Carmona y Gonzalo Roldán Herencia, basses

Pablo García Miranda, director

Coro Tomás Luis de Victoria. The Tomas Luis de Victoria Chamber Choir of Granada was founded in 1997, with the purpose of recovering and perform Renaissance and Baroque music, with a focus on Spanish Music. Their programmes aim to offer a coherent point of view with regard to style, and are respectful with liturgical uses and text pronunciation. Their performances recover the rich Hispanic musical heritage, recovering unpublished music from the sixteenth to the eighteenth centuries. The Tomas Luis de Victoria Chamber Choir has visited some of the most important festivals in Europe, and has collaborated with some of the most important Spanish groups of early music, such as the Ensemble La Danserye, Zenobia Scholars, Íliber Ensemble or El Parnaso Español.

 

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Instituciones organizadoras    Patrocinadores privados

Ayuntamiento de Úbeda

Ayuntamiento de Baeza
 
Instituciones colaboradoras

Obispado de Jaén

Cabildo Catedral de Jaén