Españoleta

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Product Details

  • Release Date: 6/13/2000
  • Label: Dorian Recordings
  • UPC: 053479028426
  • Catalog Number: 90284

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Canarios [I], for guitar (Instrucción de Música sobre la Guitarra Española, Book 1) - Gaspar Sanz & Brian M. Levine (3:17)
    Composed byGaspar Sanz
    Performed byDanny Mallon
  2. 2 Sarabande - Anonymous & Brian M. Levine (2:10)
    Composed byAnonymous
    Performed byDanny Mallon
  3. 3 Paradetas - Anonymous, Spanish & Brian M. Levine (4:20)
    Composed byAnonymous, Spanish
    Performed byDanny Mallon
  4. 4 Tarantela - Anonymous & Brian M. Levine (4:03)
    Composed byAnonymous
    Performed byDanny Mallon
  5. 5–8 Suite in E minor - Gaspar Sanz & Brian M. Levine (10:13)
    Composed byGaspar Sanz
    Performed byDanny Mallon
    1. 5Preludio
    2. 6Zarabanda francesa
    3. 7Coriente
    4. 8Passacalles
  6. 9 Chacogne - Anonymous & Brian M. Levine (4:20)
    Composed byAnonymous
    Performed byDanny Mallon
  7. 10 Fuga I por la primer tono al ayre español, for guitar (from Instrucción de música sobre la guitarra española, Book 1) - Gaspar Sanz & Brian M. Levine (0:54)
    Composed byGaspar Sanz
    Performed byDanny Mallon
  8. 11 Preludio y Fantasia, for guitar (from Instrucción de música sobre la guitarra española, Book 1) - Gaspar Sanz & Brian M. Levine (1:00)
    Composed byGaspar Sanz
    Performed byDanny Mallon
  9. 12 Fuga II, al ayre de Jiga, for guitar (from Instrucción de música sobre la guitarra española, Book 1) - Gaspar Sanz & Brian M. Levine (1:07)
    Composed byGaspar Sanz
    Performed byDanny Mallon
  10. 13–15 Sonata Settima - Francisco José de Castro & Brian M. Levine (5:20)
    Composed byFrancisco José de Castro
    Performed byDanny Mallon
    1. 13Preludio
    2. 14Allemanda
    3. 15Tempo di Sarabanda
  11. 16 Zarambeque Criollo - Diego Fernández de Huete & Brian M. Levine (2:24)
    Composed byDiego Fernández de Huete
    Performed byDanny Mallon
  12. 17 Recercada No 7 sobre la Romanesca - Diego Ortiz & Brian M. Levine (1:19)
    Composed byDiego Ortiz
    Performed byDanny Mallon
  13. 18 Folias (a 3) echa para mi Señora Doña Tarolilla de Carallenos - Andrea Falconieri & Brian M. Levine (4:40)
    Composed byAndrea Falconieri
    Performed byDanny Mallon
  14. 19–22 Sonata Nona - Francisco José de Castro & Brian M. Levine (5:59)
    Composed byFrancisco José de Castro
    Performed byDanny Mallon
    1. 19Preludio
    2. 20Allemanda
    3. 21Giga
    4. 22Minuet
  15. 23 Marizápalos, nombre de chica y de una melodia popular, for guitar (from Instrucción de Música sobre la Guitarra Española, Book 2) - Gaspar Sanz & Brian M. Levine (8:19)
    Composed byGaspar Sanz
    Performed byDanny Mallon
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Chatham Baroque Primary Artist
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Rousing and multilayered Spanish Dances from the Baroque.

    This CD is Chatham Baroque’s continental counterpart to their earlier and equally enjoyable release, “Sol y Sombra: Baroque Music of Latin America”. The guest roster includes percussionist Danny Mallon, who provides spicy yet appropriate percussion, while Becky Baxter adds harp to the equation, an instrument highly favored by the Spaniards. Varying rhythms, Hispanic flourishes and the complimentary sounds of castanets and tambourine make this album a standout in the group’s repertoire, and downright fun to listen to. Having grown up with much more somber interpretations of Baroque music, I smile every time I hear “Espanoleta!”. Continuously. For 64 minutes and 17 seconds. (Hurts a little after a while, but it’s worth it.) This is probably my favorite release by Chatham Baroque, though it is difficult to choose between them--they are all wonderful! If you like this CD, you’ll also like “Sol y Sombra”, as well as two lively recordings by harpist Andrew Lawrence-King and his consort: “Spanish Dances: Selections from ‘Luz y Norte’ by Lucas Ruiz de Ribayaz--Madrid, 1677” and “Jacaras!: 18th Century Spanish Baroque Guitar Music of Santiago de Murcia”. Becky Baxter, guest harpist on “Espanoleta!”, has a solo release from Dorian called “O Lux Beata: Renaissance Harp Music”, which is also fun, showcasing a variety of different harps and harping styles with an assortment of guest accompanists.

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