Jordi Savall

Together with two of his most loyal collaborators for decades, Jordi Savall proposes in this extraordinary concert a broad journey through European music between the 16th and 18th centuries . The program is divided into seven sections: the first one walks through Spanish music (Ortiz, Sanz); the second goes to England to meet Captain Tobias Hvme; the third is a look at the low ostinato of the romanesca, including a Mexican excursion; the fourth is dedicated to Emilio de ’Cavalieri, one of the musicians of the famous Camerata Fiorentina; the fifth becomes central European (Bach, Schenck); the sixth, French (Marais, the classic among viola classics); and the seventh returns to the world of stubborn bass and improvisation. Savalliano one hundred percent.

Wednesday 27 of January of 2021 to 19:30 hours, Chamber room


Musical europe. From Renaissance to Baroque

Diego Ortiz (that. 1510-that. 1570)
From Treaty glosses (1553)
Spain – Folia IV – Ancient passamezzo I
Modern Passamezzo III – Ruggiero IX
Romanesca VII – Modern Passamezzo II

Gaspar Sanz (1640-1710)
Jácaras and Canaries

Tobias Hvme (that. 1569-1645)
From Musicall Humors (London, 1605)
A Souldiers March
Good againe
Harke, harke

D. Ortiz
Researched V (Romanesque)
Anonymous (England)
Greensleeves to a Ground (Romanesque)
Anonymous (Tixtla, Mexico)
Guaracha (improvisations)

Emilio de 'Cavalieri (that. 1550-1602)
Sinfonía de Representation of body and soul (1600)
Grand Duke's dance (Or what a new miracle), of Intermediate VI of The pilgrim (1589)

Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)
Allemande in D minor, BWV 1011
Johannes Schenck (that. 1660-that. 1712)
Burlesque aria in D minor

Marin Marais (1656-1728)
Human voices (Viola pieces, Free II, 1701)
Verses of follies (The follies of Spain, Viola pieces, Free II, 1701)

Francisco Correa de Arauxo (1584-1654)
Glosses about 'Everyone in general'
Canarios (improvisations)
Antonio Valente (1520-1580)
Neapolitan perky (improvisations)

Photograph: Teresa Llordes