WEDNESDAY 7
11.00 H.
BAEZA
Parade through the historic center with dance performances in Renaissance palaces

SYNTAGMA MUSICUM

(FeMAUB group since 2005)

Javier Gordillo, conductor

Musical journey between hidden palaces

Music and dance were essential activities in palaces and manor houses in the Renaissance. Various treatises show the degree of importance that music had acquired both in the social and domestic sphere in that period. The Renaissance music ensemble Syntagma Musicum will offer a tour around three palaces of our World Heritage cities, recreating the music and dance of its most glorious period. Furthermore, an expert will teach us about the historical and artistic context of each building. This unique concert in which period costumes are used, will take place in three different locations, which are interconnected by a musical parade.

Meeting Point 11.00h.: Plaza del Pópulo.
First visit: Capilla de los Benavides (old church of San Francisco convent) – Second visit: Patio of the parish church of El Salvador – Third visit: Patio of the palatial house of Platería street, 18
Historical-artistic context: José Luis Chicharro Chamorro, Official Chronicler of Baeza

PROGRAM

Michael Praetorius (1571-1621)
(Terpsichore, Musarum Aoniarum, 1612)
Ballet CCXLVIII
La Volte
Entrée – Courante CXVII
Bourrée

Thoinot Arbeau (1520-1595)
(Orchésographie, 1588)
Pavane Belle qui tiens ma vie
Bransle des lavandières
Bransle des chevaulx

Tielman Susato (c.1510/15-after 1570)
(Het derde musyck boexken. Alderhande Danserye, 1551)
Pavane La bataille
Basse danse La mourisque

John Playford (1623-1686/87)
(The English Dancing Master, 1651)
Round dance for six Jenny pluck pears
Country dance for four Rufty tufty

Duration: 75’

400th ANNIVERSARY OF THE DEATH OF MICHAEL PRAETORIUS (1621-2021)

Ricardo Ginés, recorders sopranino, soprano and alto
Javier Campillo, recorders soprano and alto
Francisco Sánchez, recorders soprano and tenor
José María Fernández, violin
Gema García, viola
Manuel Madrid, cello
Manuel Jimena, 6-order Renaissance lute and Romantic lute

Javier Gordillo, percussion and conductor

Syntagma Musicum. It is a music and dance ensemble which has been performing the repertoire of Renaissance court music for over 20 years. Its conductor Javier Gordillo has been teaching music for decades, inspiring a love for ancient music in hundreds of students, both in his lessons and in his various dance and organology workshops.


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