SATURDAY 9
8:00 p.m
CASTILLO DE LOCUBÍN
Parish Church of San Pedro Apóstol

CAPILLA MUSICAL LOS SEISES DEL SALVADOR
María Jesús García Sánchez, conductor – Emilio José Alejo Martínez, organ

Polyphonic Mass (liturgical celebration)
Heritage music of the Cathedral of Jaén: Guillermo Álamo Berzosa

Álamo’s repertory, specifically two of his masses, has been performed by our Capilla Musical (choir and organ) on several occasions in recent years. This part of his work was introduced to us by a direct relative of the renowned organist, when he offered us Música coral. This book just celebrates the 25th anniversary of its publication this year (it was printed on 11 October 1996), while the Festival celebrates its 25th edition. We consider this an opportunity to continue to discover, promote and commemorate the work of Guillermo Álamo.

PROGRAM

ENTRY
Guillermo Álamo Berzosa (1913-1993)
Motet Haec dies (4vv)

KYRIE
Mass Gaudens Gaudebo (4vv) (1954)
Kyrie

ALLELUIA
Tres antífonas a cuatro voces graves (4vv)
Primera antífona*

OFFERTORY
Tres antífonas a cuatro voces graves (4vv)
Segunda antífona

SANCTUS-BENEDICTUS
Mass Gaudens Gaudebo (4vv) (1954)
Sanctus-Benedictus

AGNUS DEI
Mass Gaudens Gaudebo (4vv) (1954)
Agnus Dei

COMMUNIO
Motet Ecce Panis (4vv)

FAREWELL
Ave María procesional (2vv) (1944)

Duration: 60’             

(*) Textual adaptation “alleluia” by María Jesús García Sánchez

COMMEMORATION OF THE 25 ANNIVERSARY OF THE PUBLICATION OF MÚSICA CORAL BY GUILLERMO ÁLAMO BERZOSA (1996-2021)

COLLABORATION WITH THE BISHOPRIC OF JAÉN AND THE TOWN COUNCIL OF CASTILLO DE LOCUBÍN

Alejandro Copado, Javier Sánchez, Ana Ruiz, Marta Ruiz, Cecilia Zafra, Isabel Wanda Grainge, Andrés Grainge, Ángel Moreno, Clara María Ortiz Martínez and Gemma Galindo Zaragoza, sopranos
Ignacio Valenzuela, Juan de la Cruz Moreno, Juan Francisco Suárez, Alberto Martínez, Carlos Sánchez and Alejandro Copado, altos
Antonio Díaz, José Ruiz, Sergio Suárez, Manuel Ventura, Valentín Zafra and Antonio Zafra, tenors
Sergio Muñoz, Juan José Barbero and Luis Arriaga, basses

Emilio José Alejo Martínez, organ
María Jesús García Sánchez, conductor

Emilio José Alejo Martínez, organ. He has a certificate of Higher Education – Speciality in Flamencology & Piano. He has a master’s degree in Interpretation Instrumental Piano by UNIA and DEA of the program Música, Artes Visuales y Educación by the Córdoba University.He is pianist-organist of the group Coral Ubetense, Organist of Sacra Capilla de El Salvador of Úbeda since 2008 and member of the Camerata Capricho Español of Córdoba since 2012. He has worked as teacher and companion pianist teacher of instruments in the Higher Music Conservatory of Jaén and Córdoba (CSM Rafael Orozco), where he is currently working as flamencology teacher.

María Jesús García Sánchez, conductor. She has a certificate of Higher Education – Speciality in Flamencology, Piano & Choir Direction in Seville. She has a master’s degree in Interpretation Instrumental Piano by UNIA and DEA of the program Música, Artes Visuales y Educación by the Córdoba University. Since 2008 she works as Flamencology teacher in CSM Rafael Orozco of Córdoba. She is the church chapel teacher of Seises (Choir children) of Sacra Capilla de El Salvador of Úbeda since 2008, coralista of the Agrupación Coral Ubetense since 1999 and assistant director in this group from 2012.

Capilla Musical Los Seises de El Salvador. It is a mixed choral formation, composed by white voices of children and adults, under the charge of the Chapel Master María Jesús García and the organist Emilio José Alejo. The current group of Seises (children), has been active since Christmas Day 2008. The current mixed group (men and boys) was formed in 2014, on the occasion of a reunion of former Seises. Since then, the idea of recovering and recreating the Renaissance style musical chapel with the white voices of the Seises and the serious voices of those who in their childhood were Seises.

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