TUESDAY 7
5:30 p.m.
BAEZA
Hall (Paraninfo) of the old University

FORMA ANTIQVA
Aarón Zapico, harpsichord and musical direction

(FeMAUB Artist in 2008 and 2017)

Traditional show business

In the mid-eighteenth century, Madrid was the capital of a convulsive kingdom and was a hive of sainetes, tonadillas and overtures. The corrales and coliseums ignite the spark of passions and affections in a perennial bustle. The stage is the street, life itself! Madrid is a bustle and exchange of traditions, fashions and styles. And how to provide soundtrack to this environment? Stealing the music from the theatre. Of the show business. Taking ownership of what we heard in corrales and halls, stages and squares. A three-day guide with its Overture and End. Music without words but plenty of transparent emotions and direct affections.

PROGRAM

OVERTURE
José de Nebra Blasco (1702-1768)
Overture of Iphigenia en Tracia
Allegro

Bernardo Álvarez Acero (1766-1821)
Fandango

FIRST DAY
José Castel (1737-1807)
Sinfonia No. 3
Allegro

Nicola Conforto (1718-1793)
Sinfonia of La Ninetti
Andante alla francese

Vicente Basset (1719-1764)
Sinfonia a più stromenti Bas-3*
Allegro assay
Adagio
Minuete

SECOND DAY
Luigi Boccherini (1743-1805)
Tempo di Minuetto**
(Op. VI, Madrid 1771)

Giovanni Battista Mele (c.1701-after 1752)
Sinfonia of Angelica e Medoro
Andante

Nicola Conforto
Fandango

Vicente Basset
Apertura a più stromenti Bas-7*
Allegro assay
Andante moderato
Presto

THIRD DAY
Santiago de Murcia (1673-1739)
Cumbees

Nicola Conforto
Sinfonia of Siroe
Con ira
Andante alla francese
Allegro

Francisco Corselli (1705-1778)
Overture of La cautela en la Amistad
Andante

José de Nebra Blasco
Overture of Iphigenia en Tracia
Minué
Allegro

END
José Castel
Sinfonia No. 3
Minuetto

Vicente Basset
Apertura a più stromenti Bas-5*
Allegro assay
Adagio
Allegro

Duration: 60’

Transcriptions:
(*) Ars Hispana
(**) Emilio Moreno y Forma Antiqva

GROUP AWARDED WITH THE FESTCLÁSICA CIRCUITS 2021

COLLABORATION WITH THE I.E.S. SANTÍSIMA TRINIDAD

CONCERT SPONSORED BY THE FUNDACIÓN CAJA RURAL OF JAÉN

Jorge Jiménez, violin
Daniel Pinteño, violin
Ruth Verona, cello
Jorge Muñoz, double bass
Pablo Zapico, guitar

Aarón Zapico, harpsichord and conductor

Forma Antiqva. The Ensemble Forma Antiqva is the artistic project of the brothers Aarón, Daniel and Pablo Zapico. Created in Asturias more than two decades ago, it is considered one of the most important and influential classical music groups in Spain. Always at the avant-garde, Forma Antiqva is in permanent contact with the creative activity that surrounds them, facing stimulating challenges which eliminate the borders of performance and the barrier between performers and the audience. The originality, courage and quality of its proposals, as well as its innovative character, have been recognized by the press, radio, television, associations and festivals throughout the country.

YOUTUBE

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