SATURDAY 20
8:30 p.m.
BAEZA
Cathedral


LA ACADEMIA DE LOS NOCTURNOS, CAPELLA PROLATIONUM & ENSEMBLE LA DANSERYE

(FeMAUB Artist since 2004)

Inviolata: Anonymous tribute to Josquin in Spanish sources

An anonymous six-part mass surviving solely in the manuscript known as Cancionero de Gandía (E-Bbc MS 1166/1967), although known in the scholarly environment, has been so far ignored by performers. It is based on the famous motet Inviolata, integra et casta es Maria by Josquin des Prez. Such a procedure (parody or imitation) was a favourite amongst Renaissance composers, and it amounts to a tribute paid to Josquin by our incognito composer. This concert program presents the mass in the context of an office In conceptione Beatae Mariae Virginis, tracing its origins through Josquin’s motet and further back: to the plainchant sequence upon which the motet itself is based.

PROGRAM

Anonymous
Sequence Inviolata, integra et casta es Maria

Introitus Egredimini et videte

Missa Inviolata (6vv)
Kyrie
Gloria

Colecta
Lecture

Graduale Qualis est dilecta nostra
Alleluia Veni regina nostra

Evangelio

Missa Inviolata (6vv)
Credo

Offertory Hortus conclusus

Josquin des Prez (c.1450-1521)
Motet Ave Maria (4vv)

Anonymous
Preface

Missa Inviolata (6vv)
Sanctus
Hosanna – Benedictus – Hosanna

Pater Noster

Agnus Dei I-II
Missa Inviolata (6vv)
Agnus Dei

Communio Gloriosa dicta sunt de te
Postcommunio
Conclusion Ite missa est

Josquin des Prez
Motet Inviolata, integra et casta es Maria (5vv)

Duration: 70’

Premiere program

Musical and liturgical sources:

Missale iuxta ritum Alme Ecclesie Valentine (Venice, 1509)
Pedro Ferrer: Intonario general (Saragossa, 1548)
E-Mn Cantoral 46 (Biblioteca Nacional, Madrid)
NL-SH 149 (Archivo de la Ilustre Cofradía de Nuestra Señora, Bolduque)
US-NHub 710 (Beinecke Library, Yale University, New Haven)
E-Bbc 1166/1967 (Biblioteca de Cataluña, Barcelona)
E-GRmf 975 (Archivo Manuel de Falla, Granada)
E-Sc-1 (Libro de polifonía 1, Seville Cathedral)

Reading from facsimile reproduction of original manuscripts

Musicological project: Isaac Alonso de Molina

COMMEMORATION OF THE 500 ANNIVERSARY OF THE DEATH OF JOSQUIN DES PREZ (1521-2021)

COLLABORATION WITH THE EXCMO. CABILDO OF THE CATHEDRALS OF JAÉN AND BAEZA

LA ACADEMIA DE LOS NOCTURNOS
Maria Bayley and Teresa Duarte, cantus
André Pérez and Livio Ticli, altus
Ján Janovčík and Isaac Alonso de Molina, tenor
Marcello Marcetti and David Alonso de Molina, bassus

CAPELLA PROLATIONUM
ENSEMBLE LA DANSERYE
Fernando Pérez Valera, cornetts, sackbut and recorder
Juan Alberto Pérez Valera, shawms and recorder
Luis Alfonso Pérez Valera, sackbut and recorder
Eduardo Pérez Valera, shawms and recorder

La Academia de los Nocturnos. It is an ensemble dedicated to the historically informed performance of Spanish repertories from the Early Modern Age. It’s named after a famous literary academy from the Golden Age, briefly active in the late 1500’s in the city of Valencia. The ensemble approaches music through a direct dialogue with the original sources and with a flexible roster of multidisciplinary musicians (singers / instrumentalists). This allows for a wide repertory encompassing more than three centuries of music, that has been presented in concerts and festivals in the Netherlands, Switzerland, Germany, France and Spain. Recordings hitherto issued have been dedicated to the Spanish composer Bernhard Ycart, singer of the Neapolitan chapel in the late 1400’s, and to the string quartets of José María Reynoso (ca. 1740-1802); the next project to be published is a reconstruction of solemn vespers of Corpus Christi in the chapel of the Catholic Monarchs.

Capella Prolationum. It is a vocal group that aims to recreate the existing musical chapels from the late Middle age to the seventeenth century, focusing mainly on the Renaissance. Its objectives are the study, research and interpretation of the sacred repertoire of this time following historically informed criteria. Among them, the exclusive use of original sources stands out, both from a theoretical point of view and for the interpretation of practical music, mainly polyphony, which allow a more faithful approach to the musical practices of the chapels ecclesiastical of the time.

Ensemble La Danserye. This group was created in 1998 in Calasparra (Murcia, Spain) with the aim of researching, recreating and disseminating the music for wind instruments from the late 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. Their members are committed to the recovery of the Spanish musical heritage through various projects like 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 as part of the collection The Hispanic Musical Heritage, as well as the Manuscript 975 of the Manuel de Falla archive in Granada (Lindoro label). Since 2013, La Danserye is ensemble in residence of the FeMAUB.

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