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Castelat

 

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Early Spanish Music from XIII to XVI... 

Let's post some Spanish (Latin America and Spain) Music from Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque times.

Spanish Renaissance (1400--1600)

So el Encina - Anonimo



So el enzina, enzina,
so el enzina.

Yo me iva, mi madre,
a la romería,
por ir más devota,
fuy sin compañía.

Por ir mas devota,
fuy sin compañía,
tomé otro camino,
dexé el que tenía.

Halléme perdida
en una montiña;
echéme a dormir
al pie della enzina.

A la media noche
recordé, mezquina,
halléme en los braços
del que más quería.

Pesóme, cuytada,
desque amanecía,
porque ya goçaba
del que más quería.

¡Muy bendita sía,
la tal romería!

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La Rosa enflorece - Anonimo



La Rosa enflorece en el mez de Mayo,
mi alma s'escurece, sufriendo del amor. (x2)

Los bilbilicos cantan sospiran del amor.
Y la pasion me mata, muchigua mi dolor (x2)

Mas presto ven palomba, mas presto ven a mi,
mas presto tu mi alma, que yo me vo morir (x2)

La Rosa enflorece en el mez de Mayo,
mi alma s'escurece, sufriendo del amor. (x2)

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Quien te hizo Juan Pastor - Esteban Daza



[¿Quién te hizo, Juan, pastor,
sin gasajo y sin plazer?
que tú alegre solías ser.] x2

Solías con tus cantares
el mal ajeno alegrar;
Y agora causas pesares
a quien te quiere escuchar.

Ya yo perdí el cantar,
y tambien perdí el tañer,
Que yo alegre solía ser.

¿Quién te hizo Juan Pastor,
sin gasajo y sin plazer?
[Que tu alegre solias ser.] x2
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Castelat

 

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RE: Spanish Music from XIII to XVIII... (in reply to Castelat

Spanish Renaissance (1400 - 1600)

Recercada Octava - Diego Ortiz



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Siete diferencias sobre las vacas - Luis de Narvaez

  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Jan. 31 2013 17:12:46
 
Castelat

 

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RE: Early Spanish Music from XIII to... (in reply to Castelat

Spanish Medieval (circa. 500 - 1400)

Ondas do Mar de Vigo - Martin Codax



Veri Dulcis - Don Homoborus de Barcelona

  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Jan. 31 2013 17:22:20
 
Flamencito

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RE: Early Spanish Music from XIII to... (in reply to Castelat

nice work Castelat
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guitarbuddha

 

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RE: Early Spanish Music from XIII to... (in reply to Castelat

Nice thread, thanks.

I saw the harp consort live about ten years ago, real nice atmosphere, a real antidote to pompous early music. There are some terrific guitar recordings of the Narvaez, I think my favourite is by Gonzalo Salazar.

Haven't spent any time looking for early music on you tube but checked out some stuff I used to murder on my borrowed lute. This young man is musical enough for me and I am sure Milan would be tickled pink too.



Really struggling to find some decent Miguell de Fuenllana on period instruments but this is pleasant on guitar.



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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Feb. 7 2013 0:18:35
 
Castelat

 

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RE: Early Spanish Music from XIII to... (in reply to Castelat

Thank you guys I'm glad you liked it, there's a lot of composers and its gonna be difficult to put them all, but I'll try to post their best musical works when I have time:

Spanish Renaissance (circa. 1400 - 1600)

Soledad tengo de ti - Juan Vásquez



Señora de Hermosura - Juan del Encina



Señora de hermosura,
por quien yo espero perderme,
¿Qué haré para valerme
deste mal que tanto dura?

Vuestra vista me causó
un dolor cual no pensáis,
que si no me remediáis,
moriré cuitado yo.

Yo creo que mexor fuera
el morir cuando nací,
que no que siempre dixera:
"Por venceros me vencí".

Y si vuestra hermosura
procura siempre perderme,
no pienso poder valerme
deste mal que tanto dura.

Que si vuestra hermosura
del todo quiere perderme,
no podré, triste, valerme
deste mal que tanto dura.
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Feb. 12 2013 0:06:16
 
Castelat

 

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RE: Early Spanish Music from XIII to... (in reply to Castelat

Spanish Baroque (1600 - 1760)

Lanchas para Baylar - Codex Trujillo del Perú



Caballero de Armas Blancas - Pedro Ximénez



Caballero de armas blancas, sepan que, sepan que...
Este hábito le dieron de merced, de merced, de merced, de merced...

En la estrella de su frente ya se ve, ya se ve...
Que puede al sol en día oscurecer, oscurecer, oscurecer, oscurecer...

Quiérale por Cristo, quiérale muy bien, muy bien, quiérale muy bien, quiérale muy bien...

Pues por él con tanta honra le ha venido Dios a ver...
Pues por él con tanta honra le ha venido Dios a ver...

Quiérale muy bien, muy bien, pues por él con tanta honra le ha venido Dios a ver,
muy bien, muy bien, le ha venido... venido Dios a ver...

[Baroque instrumental]

De su nobleza la estrella señal es, señal es...
Pues fue símbolo de reyes en Belén, en Belén, en Belén, en Belén...

Darle Dios tan buena estrella Amor es, Amor es...
Para que todos le quieran por querer, por querer, por querer, por querer...

Quiérale por Cristo, quiérale muy bien, muy bien, quiérale muy bien, quiérale muy bien...

Pues por él con tanta honra le ha venido Dios a ver...
Pues por él con tanta honra le ha venido Dios a ver...

Quiérale muy bien, muy bien, pues por él con tanta honra le ha venido Dios a ver,
muy bien, muy bien, le ha venido... venido Dios a ver...
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Feb. 12 2013 0:28:20
 
Castelat

 

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RE: Early Spanish Music from XIII to... (in reply to Castelat

Spanish Renaissance (circa. 1400 - 1600)

Rodrigo Martinez - Anonymous



Para quien crie yo cabellos - Antonio de Cabezón

  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Feb. 21 2013 2:38:54
 
Castelat

 

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RE: Early Spanish Music from XIII to... (in reply to Castelat

Spanish Renaissance (circa. 1400 - 1600)

Recercada Octava sobre el Passamezzo Antiguo y sobre la Folia - Diego Ortiz



Avrix mi Galanica - Anonymous

  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Feb. 21 2013 2:56:37
 
Castelat

 

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RE: Early Spanish Music from XIII to... (in reply to Castelat

Spanish Baroque (circa. 1600 - 1750)

Gallardas - Lucas Ruiz de Ribayaz



Gallardas - Santiago de Murcia

  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Mar. 7 2013 20:10:41
 
Don Dionisio

 

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RE: Early Spanish Music from XIII to... (in reply to Castelat

These are recordings of the Sabionari Stradivari guitar made in Cremona in 1679:




  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Mar. 8 2013 14:38:27
 
Castelat

 

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RE: Early Spanish Music from XIII to... (in reply to Don Dionisio

Thanks Dionisio, but this was supposed to be a Spanish early music thread, not Italian
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Mar. 25 2013 15:58:02
 
Castelat

 

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RE: Early Spanish Music from XIII to... (in reply to Castelat

Spanish Baroque (circa. 1600 - 1750)

Danza de las Hachas - Anonymous



Tarantella Española - Gaspar Sanz

  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Apr. 21 2013 0:23:29
 
Castelat

 

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RE: Early Spanish Music from XIII to... (in reply to Castelat

Spanish Baroque (circa. 1600 - 1750)

"Mestizo" South American dances. (European + Native American rhythms)

Baile del Chimu - Codex Martines Compañon



Cachua la despedida - Trujillo del Perú

  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Apr. 21 2013 0:54:21
 
Castelat

 

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RE: Early Spanish Music from XIII to... (in reply to Castelat

Spanish Baroque (circa. 1600 - 1750)

"Mestizo" South American baroque music. (European + Native American rhythms)

Folias - Anonymous



Hara vale Hava - Anonymous

  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Apr. 21 2013 1:02:10
 
Castelat

 

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RE: Early Spanish Music from XIII to... (in reply to Castelat

Spanish Medieval (circa. 500 - 1400)

Sibila Galaica - Anonymous from Galicia/Asturias/Leon



(Judici Signum) El Cant de la Sibil·la Provençal - Anonymous from Catalunya

This chant was originally sung in Latin and under the name of Judicii Signum, but from the 13th on, versions in Catalan are found. These early Catalan versions of the Judici Signum were not directly translated from Latin. Instead, they all come from a previous adaptation in Provençal, which proves the huge popularity this song must have had in the past.

  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Apr. 30 2013 1:18:33
 
Castelat

 

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RE: Early Spanish Music from XIII to... (in reply to Castelat

Spanish Medieval (circa. 500 - 1400)

The Spanish Cantigas

Cantiga No. 166 Vox Vulgaris - King of Castile, Alfonso X, The Wise



Danza sobre la Cantiga No. 100 - King of Castile, Alfonso X, The Wise

  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Apr. 30 2013 1:37:55
 
Miguel de Maria

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RE: Early Spanish Music from XIII to... (in reply to Castelat

Okay. This is a Canarios by Francisco Guereau. Similar to the famous Sanz Canarios, but more involved. The player looks an awful lot like a guy I saw playing outside Barcelona in that strange suburb Gaudi designed.



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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Apr. 30 2013 6:02:31
 
Castelat

 

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RE: Early Spanish Music from XIII to... (in reply to Castelat

Spanish Baroque (circa. 1600 - 1750)

Sonata en La menor - Luis Misón



Admira una Dulzura - José de Torres Martínez Bravo



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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date May 11 2013 18:07:25
 
Castelat

 

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RE: Early Spanish Music from XIII to... (in reply to Castelat

Spanish Baroque (circa. 1600 - 1750)

Arde el furor intrépido, Aria al Santísimo - Juan Francés de Iribarren



Llegar ninguno intente - José de Nebra



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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date May 11 2013 18:17:58
 
Castelat

 

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RE: Early Spanish Music from XIII to... (in reply to Castelat

Spanish Renaissance (circa. 1400 - 1600)

Allá se me ponga el sol - Juan Ponce



Lyrics at min. 3:57 - (do = donde)

Allá se me ponga el sol
do' tengo el amor.

Allá se me pusiese
do' mis amores viese
antes que me muriese
con este dolor.

Allá se me avallase
do' mi amor topase
antes que me finase
con este rencor.

Allá se me ponga el sol
do' tengo el amor.

Mas vale trocar - Juan del Encina



Más vale trocar
plazer por dolores,
que estar sin amores.

Donde es gradecido
es dulce el morir;
vivir en olvido,
aquél no es vivir:
mejor es sufrir
pasión y dolores,
que estar sin amores.

Es vida perdida
vivir sin amar,
y más es que vida
saberla emplear:
más vale penar
sufriendo dolores,
que estar sin amores.

Amor que no pena
no pide plazer,
pues ya le condena
su propio querer:
mejor es perder
plazer por dolores,
que estar sin amores.

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Castelat

 

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RE: Early Spanish Music from XIII to... (in reply to Castelat

Spanish Renaissance (circa. 1400 - 1600)

La más graciosa serrana - Anonymous



Danza alta, sobre "la Spagna" - Francisco de la Torre (The Discovery of America)



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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date May 21 2013 19:28:25
 
Castelat

 

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RE: Early Spanish Music from XIII to... (in reply to Castelat

Spanish Baroque (circa. 1600 - 1750)

Ya murió mi Redentor - Fray Vicente Ortíz de Zarate



Lamentación II de Feria V - Pedro Rabassa



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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date May 24 2013 20:50:07
 
Castelat

 

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RE: Early Spanish Music from XIII to... (in reply to Castelat

Madre mía de mi vida!, sorry for the delay, I've been studying/working, but let's continue the fiesta amigos mios, y espero que sea de su agrado!

Spanish Medieval (circa. 500 - 1400)

Ductia - Anonymous 13th century



Cantiga No. 186 "Monasterio de Monte Sión" - King of Castile, Alfonso X The Wise



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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Jul. 2 2013 1:40:14
 
estebanana

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RE: Early Spanish Music from XIII to... (in reply to Castelat

I'm almost finished with a vihuela that I've been building the last two weeks. I'm going to post it's progress in the luthery section soon. Follow it if you like.

How about posting some selections of vihuela music?



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Don Dionisio

 

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RE: Early Spanish Music from XIII to... (in reply to estebanana

Para ti, Esteban:

  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Jul. 9 2013 13:50:02
 
estebanana

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RE: Early Spanish Music from XIII to... (in reply to Castelat

I've seen that guy in Spain in an early music festival. Great player. Thanks.
When I saw him he was playing six course vihuela, now after he switches from the baroque guitar in this video he plays a seven course.

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Jul. 10 2013 1:55:07
 
Castelat

 

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RE: Early Spanish Music from XIII to... (in reply to estebanana

quote:

How about posting some selections of vihuela music?


Already put some of my favorite vihuela pieces for example: "Diferencias sobre Guardame las vacas" but here are more:

Spanish Renaissance (circa. 1400 - 1600)

These two renaissance composers are vihuelists

Fabordon en Tono VIII, Quoniam confortavit - Miguel de Fuenllana



Mille regrets - Luys de Narvaez



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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Jul. 11 2013 17:18:42
 
Don Dionisio

 

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Jul. 11 2013 21:22:26
 
Castelat

 

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RE: Early Spanish Music from XIII to... (in reply to Castelat

Thanks Dionisio, very interesting fusion.

Spanish Baroque (circa. 1600 - 1750)

Remember that at these times Latin America was part of Spain (except medieval), no nations existed yet, so if it says, "Peruvian", "Argentinian", "Mexican", etc, was because the manuscripts were found at those countries or the composer was from that region, but not really important, they all were basically one nation, one kingdom, with sub-kingdoms or "vice-royalties".

Grave Tono 1 - Domenico Zipoli



II Largo (La Folia for two violins) - Anonymous



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