SUNDAY 17
12:00 p.m.

MANCHA REAL
Parish Church of San Juan Evangelista

ORFEÓN SANTO REINO CAJASUR
Dulce e Inmaculada Jiménez Rodríguez, conductors

Polyphonic Mass (liturgical celebration)
Polyphony Masters in Italy

The program offered by the Orfeón Santo Reino for this liturgical celebration shows the influence of Italian polyphonic music over Europe. In the Eucharist, works by a variety of chapel masters and composers will be performed, embracing different styles from the sixteenth century onwards, in order to allow us to make comparisons as regards the cultivation of this genre in different places and its changing language.

PROGRAM

ENTRY
Giuseppe de Marzi (b.1935)
Motet Signore delle cime (4vv) (1958)

KYRIE
Ramón Garay Álvarez (1761-1823)
Kyrie (4vv)

ALLELUIA
Georg Friedrich Händel (1685-1759)
Hallelujah (4vv)

OFFERTORY
Jacques Arcadelt (1507?-1568)
Motet Ave Maria (4vv)

SANCTUS
Franz Schubert (1797-1828)
Santo (4vv)

AGNUS DEI
Pedro Jiménez Cavallé (b.1942)
Cordero de Dios (4vv)

COMMUNION
Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina (c.1525-1594)
Motet O bone Iesu (4vv)

Tomás Luis de Victoria (1548-1611)
Motet Popule meus (4vv)

Ennio Morricone (b.1928)
Gabriel’s oboe (4vv)

Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina
Motet Adoramus te (4vv)

FAREWELL
Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741)
Gloria RV 589 (4vv)
Gratias agimus tibi

Duration: 50’

IN COLLABORATION WITH THE BISHOPRIC OF JAÉN

Carmen Díaz, Encarnación García, Juana García, María Josefa Martínez, Amalia Molina, María Luisa Pérez, María del Carmen Reyes, María del Carmen Rodríguez, Alicia García, María Sánchez, María Jesús García, Carmen Alguacil, Esther Trambasaguas and Carmen Leboso, sopranos
Isabel Berlanga, Luisa Dávila, Micaela Gallardo, Francisca García, Antonia Navas, M. Carmen Gant, Antonia Peña, Rosa Rivas, María Angustias Tarancón, Ana Uceda, María Jesús Medina, Carmen Eisman, Ángeles Vera and María José Martos, altos
Francisco Avilés, Cristóbal Encinas, Antonio Galiano, Juan Maza, Idelfonso Quesada, Manuel Rodríguez and José A. Ruiz, tenors
Antonio Clavero, Francisco Galisteo, Luis Navas, Diego Ruiz, Francisco Martínez and Jesús Illescas, bassus

Dulce Jiménez Rodríguez and Inmaculada Jiménez Rodríguez, conductors

Orfeón Santo Reino CajaSur. This choir was founded by José Sapena Matarredona in 1953, sponsored by the Association of Cofradías (guilds). From 1976, it has been sponsored by the Caja de Ahorros of Córdoba (a Spanish bank). The group has collaborated with several civil and religious institutions, and has successfully performed for the Kings of Spain. The have participated in national and international choral encounters and are the founders and organizers of the Choral Encounters “Ciudad de Jaén”. They have recorded three CDs and performed in several concerts in Spain and Europe. In 2009 the choir was awarded with the Merit Medal by the Royal Academy of Fine Arts. The group is currently directed by Dulce and Inmaculada Jiménez Rodríguez.

YOUTUBE

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ATIMLpEg5qU&list=PLtVnXdoJm6XbQXDQPktwApYX2ef0t93OS&index=7

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