MONDAY 6
7:30 p.m.
JÓDAR
Parish church of the Asunción

CHARANDA
José Ramón Jódar, guitar, voice and conductor

Music for hope: Hispano-American villancicos

This concert will include a selection of Christmas songs that have been particularly important for the transmission of the joy and hope related to the birth of Jesus. These musical pieces lead us to value life and to learn about our folklore and musical traditions.

PROGRAM

Vicente Emilio Sojo (1887-1974)
Parranda, Venezuelan aguinaldo

Anonymous
Ven conmigo pastorcito, popular from Tegueste (Canary Islands)

Dónde está San Nicolás, Venezuelan popular aguinaldo

Ariel Ramírez (1921-2010) and Félix Luna (1925-2009)
La peregrinación, huella pampeana

Anonymous
Aguinaldo margariteño, Venezuelan popular aguinaldo

Sergio Villar (1914-1956)
Ay para Navidad, Argentinian chuntunqui

Anonymous
Niño lindo, Venezuelan popular aguinaldo

Luis Cobiella Cuevas (1925-2013)
El delantal de la Virgen, Canary villancico

Sergio Villar
Pastorcito de Belén, Bolivian villancico with huayno rhythm

Anonymous
Corre caballito, Venezuelan popular aguinaldo

Cesáreo Gabaráin Azurmendi (1936-1991)
Vamos amigo, Canary villancico

Aníbal Sampayo (1926-2007)
Canción de cuna navideña, Uruguayan guaranía

Ariel Ramírez and Félix Luna
Los Reyes Magos, Argentinian takirari

Ramón Rodríguez (20th c.)
El Arbolito, Puerto Rican aguinaldo

Hugo Blanco (1940-2015)
Burrito sabanero, Venezuelan aguinaldo

Duration: 50’

Design of the program: Francisco Javier Pérez and Virtudes Jiménez Armenteros

COLLABORATION WITH THE BISHOPRIC OF JAÉN AND THE TOWN COUNCIL OF JÓDAR

Agustín Nogueras, guitar, requinto and soloist voice
Rodrigo Cañadillas, Mexican guitar and soloist voice
Óscar Martínez, Puerto Rican cuatro and voice
Francisco Javier Pérez, lute and voice
José Raúl Peñas, charango, Venezuelan cuatro, guitar, percussion and voice
Manuel Mula, percussion and voice
Fernando Delgado y Álvaro Rodríguez, percussion
José Ramón Jódar, guitar, voice and conductor

Charanda. Charanda is the meeting point of nine different stories linked by music and friendship. The group was created in Jaén in the summer of 2007, as a solidarity project. They have reinforced their identity through the organisation of several editions of FestiBolero, as well as Christmas events at cathedrals, basilicas and theatres. This group also develops research and offers didactic concerts and musical workshops. Their first recording project, entitled Charanda canta a la Navidad, was published in 2015. Their repertoire, which brings together the folklore of the Canary Islands and Latin American music has been included in several editions of the Festival de Otoño in Jaén, the Festival del Bolero in Mancha Real, the Festival de Música Antigua de Úbeda y Baeza, and the Festival de las Culturas in Gran Canaria.

YOUTUBE

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