SUNDAY 19
1:00 p.m.

RUS
IGLESIA PARROQUIAL DE LA ASUNCIÓN

 

ORFEÓN “SANTO REINO” CAJASUR
Dulce e Inmaculada Jiménez Rodríguez, directors

 

The villancico between Europe and America

 

On this occasion, the program offered by the Orfeón “Santo Reino” is entirely dedicated to carol. This genre was originally cultivated mainly in Spain, Latin America and Portugal. We will listen to musical pieces from different European and American countries. These pieces cover the different styles from the fifteenth century onwards, so that we can compare the cultivation of this genre in different places, as well as the development of its language.

PROGRAM

Pedro de Escobar (c.1465/70-c.1535/54)
Villancico Virgen bendita sin par (4vv)
(Cancionero de Palacio, siglos XV-XVI)

Juan Gutiérrez de Padilla (1590-1664)
Christus natus est (4vv)*

Anónimo
Villancico Verbum caro factum est (4vv)
(Cancionero de Uppsala, 1556)

Michael Praetorius (1571-1621)
Vllancico En natus est Emmanuel (4vv)

Georg Friedrich Händel (1685-1759)
Gran gozo es hoy (arm. R. Rodríguez) (4vv)

Irving Berlin (1888-1989)
El Gran Misterio (4vv)

Anónimo
El mensaje de los ángeles, villancico tradicional francés (arm. Manuel Oltra) (4vv)

Anónimo
Madre, en la puerta hay un niño, villancico popular andaluz (arm. Manuel Castillo) (4vv)

Pedro Jiménez Cavallé (n.1942)
Villancicos de Jaén (4vv)

John Francis Wade (1711/12-1786)
Adeste fideles (4vv)

Anónimo
Huahuanaca, popular boliviana (arm. Montserrat Soler) (4vv)

Anónimo
Ay sí, ay no, villancico popular chileno (arm. Humberto Sagredo) (4vv)

Anónimo
Velo que bonito, villancico tradicional del Choco (Colombia) (arm. Luis Antonio Escobar) (4vv)

Anónimo (siglo XVI)
Villancico mexicano (arm. Ramón Noble) (4vv)

Duration: 50’

* Transcription by Nelson Hurtado

IN COLLABORATION WITH OBISPADO DE JAÉN

 

Carmen Díaz, Delia García, Encarnación García, Juana García, María Josefa Martínez, Amalia Molina, Mª Luisa Pérez, Mª Carmen Reyes, Mª Carmen Rodríguez, Alicia García, María Sánchez, Aurora Cancio, Maria Jesús García, Carmen Alguacil y Rosa Prieto, sopranos

Isabel Berlanga, Luisa Dávila, Micaela Gallardo, Francisca García, Antonia Navas, Antonia Peña, Rosa Rivas, Mª Angustias Tarancón, Ana Uceda, Mª Jesús Medina, Aurelia Valderas, Carmen Eisman y Ángeles Vera, contraltos

Francisco Avilés, Cristóbal Encinas, Antonio Galiano, Juan Maza, Idelfonso Quesada, Manuel Rodríguez, José A. Ruízfoto, Rafael Guzman y Francisco Vilches, tenores

Antonio Clavero, Francisco Galisteo, Luís Navas, Diego Ruíz y Francisco Martínez, bajos

Dulce e Inmaculada Jiménez Rodríguez, directoras

Orfeón “Santo Reino” CajaSur. Founded in 1953, sponsored by the Association of Cofradías and directed by its founder José Sapena Matarredona. Since 1976, it has been sponsored by the Caja de Ahorros de Córdoba (a Spanish saving bank). The Orfeón has collaborated with civil and religious institutions and has successfully performed for the Kings of Spain. They have participated in national and international choral encounters and are the founders and organizers of the Choral Encounters “Ciudad de Jaén”. They have recorded three CDs and performed in several concerts in Spain and Europe. In 2009 they choir was awarded with the Merit Medal by the Royal Academy of Fine Arts. The group is currently directed by Dulce and Inmaculada Jiménez Rodríguez.

 

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