MONDAY 7
12:30 p.m.

ÚBEDA
Auditory of the Hospital of Santiago


LA GUIRLANDE
Luis Martínez, traverso and conductor – Alicia Amo, soprano


Brama sañudo el viento: Music to the divine in eighteenth-century Spain and Viceregal Mexico


The circulation of music between Mexico and the old continent was constant throughout the 18th century. A result of this is the great number of works by Spanish and Italian composers preserved in Mexican archives. The present program offers some examples of music composed both by Ignacio Jerusalem y Stella, the chapel master of Mexico City Cathedral, and by Francisco Hernández Illana, a Valencian composer who served as chapel master in Burgos Cathedral and whose music is now receiving increased attention due to its quality.

PROGRAM

Ignacio Jerusalem (1707-1769)
Cristal bello, aria for solo flute with violins and bass for the Blessed Sacrament*
(Music Archive of the Basílica de Santa María de Guadalupe, Mexico, Caja J 1)
Area. Largo

José de Nebra Blasco (1702-1768)
Sonata de octavo tono**
(Archivo Histórico Provincial de Capuchinos in Pamplona, AP-APD.03.08 Caja 03/01)

Juan José de Arce (1748-1777)
Inclinando los cielos, cantada for the Blessed Sacrament with violins and flute (1774)*
(Music Archive of Astorga Cathedral, caja 36/30)
Recitative
Area muy amorosa

Ignacio Jerusalem
Versos de segundo tono (c.1750)
(Music Archive of Mexico Cathedral, A0591.02)

Francisco Hernández Illana (c.1700-1780)
Erizada la noche, cantada for the Birth with violins (1776)*
(Music Archive of Astorga Cathedral, caja 35/7)
Recitative
Area. Andante

Pietro Antonio Locatelli (1695-1764)
Sonata in G minor for flute and continuo N. 6, Op. 2 (1732)
(Museo Nacional de Antropología e Historia, Mexico, M.T53)
Largo
Allegro
Largo
Allegro

Ignacio Jerusalem
Benigne fac, verse of Miserere (1760)***
(Music Archive of Mexico Cathedral, A0496)

Duration: 70’

Transcriptions:
*Raúl Angulo and Antoni Pons (Ars Hispana)
** Martin Voortman
*** Javier Marín-López

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IN CO-PRODUCTION WITH THE CENTRO NACIONAL DE DIFUSIÓN MUSICAL

CONCIERTO GRABADO POR RADIO CLÁSICA (RNE)

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Alicia Amo, soprano
Luis Martínez, traverso and conductor
Vadym Makarenko, violin
Aliza Vicente, violin
Bruno Hurtado, cello
Silvia Jiménez, double bass
Pablo FitzGerald, archlute and Baroque guitar
Joan Boronat, harpsichord

La Guirlande. Founded by Luis Martínez Pueyo during his stay at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis, La Guirlande is one of the most versatile ensembles specialising in historically informed performance of 18th and 19th century music and its members are internationally renowned musicians in this field. They have been awarded with the GEMA 2018 Prize for the Best Early Music Young Ensemble in Spain, the second prize in the CREAR18 Awards for Young Talents from Aragón, and the first prize in the XVIII Biagio-Marini Wettbewerb and also in the V Concurso Internacional de Música Antigua de Gijón.

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