Tuesday 1 February 2022 7:30PM

Jordi Savall leader, viols; Xavier Díaz-Latorre guitar; Andrew Lawrence-King spanish baroque harp; Pedro Estevan percussion

Folias & Romanescas: From the Ancient World to the New World


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This concert will be approximately 2 hours in duration, including an interval


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  • Jordi Savall leader, viols
  • Xavier Díaz-Latorre guitar
  • Andrew Lawrence-King spanish baroque harp
  • Pedro Estevan percussion

Specialist musicians join the renowned viol player, researcher and enlivener of music from far and wide in a characteristically colourful programme of pieces drawing attention to links between diverse musical traditions and focusing on ancient dance forms such as the folia and the canarios.

  • Diego Ortiz (1510-1570)
      • La Spagna
  • Anon
      • Folias antiguas
      • Folias antiguas 'Rodrigo Martinez'
  • Gaspar Sanz (1640-1710)
      • Jácaras
      • Canarios
  • Diego Ortiz
      • Recercada primera sobre tenores italianos
  • Pedro Guerrero (c.1520)
      • Moresca
  • Anon
      • Divisions on 'Greensleeves' for cello and continuo
  • Trad/Mexican
      • Guaracha
  • Interval
  • Anon
      • Codex Martínez Compañón
        • Tonada 'El Diamante' de Chachapoyas
        • Tonada del Chimo
        • Cachua Serranita: El Huicho Nuebo
  • Santiago de Murcia (1673-1739)
      • Fandango
  • Antonio Martín y Coll (1650-1734)
      • Diferencias sobre las Folias
  • Francisco Correa de Arauxo (1584-1654)
      • Glosas sobre 'Todo el mundo en general'
  • Anon
      • Canarios
  • Antonio Valente (1565-1580)
      • Jarabe Loco (Jarocho)

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