SUNDAY 8
11:59 p.m.

ÚBEDA
Sinagoga del Agua

 

SARA ÁGUEDA, harp – JAVIER NÚÑEZ, harpsichord

 

The two kingdoms
Music for keyboard and harp between Spain and Naples (1500-1700)

 

From 1500 to 1700, the harp and the harpsichord were two polyphonic instruments which had a rich tradition both in Spain (arpa de dos órdenes) and in Italy (arpa doppia), especially in Naples. In Los dos Reynos Sara Águeda and Javier Núñez bring these two instruments together in order to offer a suggestive and innovative performance of the Spanish and Neapolitan music from that period, by means of dances such as folías, jácaras, passamezzos, pavanas, tarantellas and much more… A real delight for the ears!

PROGRAM

Lucas Ruiz de Ribayaz (before 1626-after 1677)
Pavanas

Antonio Valente (fl.1565-1580)
Tenore del Passo e mezzo

Romanesca

Giovanni de Macque (c.1550-1614)
Secconde Stravaganze

Antonio Valente
Chi la dira, disminuita

Giovanni Maria Trabacci (c.1575-1647)
Gagliarda quarta a 5, alla spagnola

Francisco Correa de Araujo (1583-1654)
Tiento segundo a modo de canción

Diego Fernández de Huete (c.1650-c.1710)
Canción alemana

Antonio de Cabezón (1510-1566)
Differences from Pavana italiana

Lucas Ruiz de Ribayaz
Tarantela

Italian Anonymous (17th c.) & Bernardo Storace (1637-1707)
Monica

Antonio de Cabezón
Para quién crié yo cabellos

Pavana con su glosa

Spanish Anonymous (17th c.) & Lucas Ruiz de Ribayaz
Jácaras

Giovanni Maria Trabacci
Consonanze stravaganti

Andrea Falconieri (1585-1656)
La Suave Melodía

Antonio Martín y Coll (c.1680-after 1734)
Folías

Lucas Ruiz de Ribayaz
Españoletas

Juan Bautista Cabanilles (1664-1712)
Corrente italiana

Duration: 60’

IN COPRODUCTION WITH THE CENTRO NACIONAL DE DIFUSIÓN MUSICAL

   

IN COLLABORATION WITH THE SINAGOGA DEL AGUA

Sara Águeda, two-order harp
Javier Núñez, harpsichord

 

Sara Águeda, two-order harp. She began her music education in the Arturo Soria Conservatory in Madrid. In 2005 she received her bachelor of music degree from the Conservatorio Superior de Música de Zaragoza (CSMA) and started her career as a stage musician with the Compañía Nacional de Teatro Clásico (CNTC). Her devotion for early music led her to deepen her knowledge of historical harp at the Escuela Superior de Música de Cataluña (ESMUC) under professor Mara Galassi. Águeda has performed at numerous early music festivals around the world, and has also collaborated with many early music ensembles. She has recorded with different record labels, and also for radio and television.

Javier Núñez, harpsichord. He has been described by critics as a virtuoso harpsichord player, extraordinarily expressive and endowed with a particular taste for ornamentation. He is currently developing an intense career, presenting solo recitals at festivals like Oudemuziek in Utrecht (Holland), the FeMÀS in Seville (Spain) or the International Festival Harpsichord, live art in Belgrade (Serbia). As a member of groups such as Accademia del Piacere (Fahmi Alqhai) and L’Estro d’Orfeo (Leonor de Lera), as well as other distinguished early music ensembles, Javier Núñez has played at the most prestigious venues worldwide.

 

YOUTUBE

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FNQ89d9qsSY&t=72s
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vnXcMA-xmk0&t=2s

WEB & SOCIAL NETWORKS

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