SUNDAY 1
1:15 p.m.

HUELMA
Parish Church of the Inmaculada Concepción

ENSEMBLE LA DANSERYE
Fernando Pérez Valera, director – Verónica Plata, soprano

The Hispanic soundscape during the life of San Juan de Ávila (1499-1569)

This program intends to recreate, in a plausible way, a part of musical repertory that San Juan de Ávila could have listened to, at the different places of the Iberian Peninsula that he visited. He may well have listed to the music linked to the Divine Offices that were performed in ecclesiastical centres with music chapel, such as the Cathedrals of Seville, Cordoba or Granada, but also –particularly during his youth– paraliturgical genres, such as the villancico, or songs linked to theatre.

PROGRAM

Anonymous
Romance Los braços trayo cansados (3vv)
(Cancionero Musical de Palacio, 15th-16th centuries)

BIRTH. ALMODÓVAR DEL CAMPO (CIUDAD REAL). JANUARY 6, 1499 (OR 1500)
Juan del Encina (1468-1529)
Villancico Oh, Reyes Magos benditos (3vv)

LAW STUDIES AT THE UNIVERSITY OF SALAMANCA. 1513-1514
Juan del Encina
Villancico El que rige y el regido (3vv)

NEW STUDIES AT THE UNIVERSITY OF ALCALÁ DE HENARES. 1520-1526
Juan de Urreda (fl. 1451-c.1482)
Song Nunca fue pena mayor (3vv)

STAY IN SEVILLE. 1527-1533
Alonso Mudarra (1508?-1580)
Fantasía que contrahaze la harpa*

PREACHING IN CÓRDOBA AND GRANADA. 1535-1554
Juan de Urreda
Hymn Pange lingua

Luis de Narváez (c.1505-after 1549)
Paseábase el Rey Moro

UNIVERSITY OF BAEZA FOUNDATION. 1542
Anonymous
Hymn Veni creator spiritus
(Baeza Cathedral Archive, 16th century)

RETIREMENT TO MONTILLA. 1554
Luis de Narváez
La canción del Emperador*

DEATH. MONTILLA. MAT 10, 1569
Francisco Guerrero (1528-1599)
Missa pro defunctis
Introitus (4vv)

EPILOGUE. THE LEGACY OF SAN JUAN DE ÁVILA. ALONSO DE BONILLA
Gaspar Fernández (1563/71-1629)
Chanzoneta Si a Belén, Carillo, vas (4vv)

Duration: 60’

(*) Works for vihuela

IN COMMEMORATION OF THE 450 ANNIVERSARY OF THE DEATH OF SAN JUÁN DE ÁVILA (1569-2019)

IN COLLABORATION WITH THE BISHOPRIC OF JAÉN

Verónica Plata, soprano
Fernando Pérez Valera, cornett, sackbut, recorders and direction
Juan Alberto Pérez Valera, shawm, bajoncillo and recorders
Luis Alfonso Pérez Valera, sackbut, shawm and recorders
Francisco Hervás, vihuela

Verónica Plata, soprano. She was born in Granada (Spain), and studied at the Royal Superior Conservatory of Music Victoria Eugenia in his hometown, obtaining the highest qualification; she also graduated in History and Sciences of Music at the University of Granada. In order to complete her training, she receives master classes from Teresa Berganza, Ana Luisa Chova, and from the repertorist pianist Rubén Fernández Aguirre. In addition, she has attended specialised early music courses taught by Carlos Mena, Gerd Türk, Lambert Climent, Lluis Vilamajó and Eduardo López Banzo, and has performed in Europe, Latin America and China.

Ensemble La Danserye. It was created in 1998 in Calasparra (Murcia, Spain) with the aim of researching, recreating and spreading the music and wind instruments since the end of the Middle Ages to the beginning of the Baroque, focusing on the Renaissance period. La Danserye has taken part in numerous festivals and early music series in Spain, France, Holland, Colombia and Mexico. The members of this ensemble are committed to the recovery of the Spanish musical heritage through various projects such as the first recording of music for wind bands in the New World (Choirbook XIX from Cathedral of Puebla, Mexico) published by the Spanish Musicological Society in the collection The Hispanic Musical Heritage, and the Manuscript 975 of the Manuel de Falla archive in Granada (Lindoro label).

YOUTUBE

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