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Baroque Music Of Latin America

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Product Details

  • Release Date: 2/23/1999
  • Label: Dorian Recordings
  • UPC: 053479026323
  • Catalog Number: 90263

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Chatham Baroque Primary Artist, Ensemble
Julie Andrijeski Violin
Danny Mallon Percussion
Patricia Halverson Viola Da Gamba
Emily Davidson Violin
Scott Pauley Theorbo, Baroque Guitar, Archlute
Technical Credits
Craig D. Dory Engineer
Gaspar Sanz Composer
Manuel de Zumaya Composer
Brian M. Levine Executive Producer
Juan Hidalgo Composer
Juan Arturo Brennan translation
Joseph F. Korgie Engineer
Anonymous Composer Composer
Gregorian Chant Composer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Lively and cheerful!

    This gem of a CD is the South American counterpart to Chatham Baroque¿s other release of Hispanic music, ¿Espanoleta!¿. ¿Sol y Sombra¿, translating as ¿Sun and Shade¿, not only contains instrumental music from the accomplished quartet of string players, but also features the spirited, operatic voice of soprano Carol Ann Allred. Guest percussionist Danny Mallon spices things up with frequent accompaniments of castanets, tambourine and drum. Of all Chatham Baroque¿s excellent releases, I find this recording, along with ¿Espanoleta!¿, to be the most fun to listen to. For more early Hispanic music from the New World, try ¿Missa Mexicana¿ by Andrew Lawrence-King and the Harp Consort, and ¿El Milagro de Guadalupe¿ by Savae.

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