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Samaniego: La vida es sueño...

Samaniego: La vida es sueño...

The Classical Shop
release date: July 2014

Recorded in 24 Bit / 88.2Khz
album available as a Studio Master

Artists:

Los Músicos de Su Alteza

Performer

Luis Antonio González

Performer

Record Label
Alpha

Genre:

Baroque




Total Time - 69:17
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JOSEPH RUIZ SAMANIEGO

     
1 

Oigan en breve ensalada (Jácara a la Navidad)

5:35
     
2 

Sirenas del viento (Villancico a la Virgen del Pilar)

7:54
     
3 

Tocata de ministriles

1:42
     
4 

Que se abrasa Belén (Villancico de Navidad)

6:37
     
5 

Tierno manjar, pan divino (Villancico al Sacramento)

9:05
     
6 

De esplendor se doran los aires (Villancico a la Virgen del Pilar)

7:09
     
7 

Quien goza del amor goza lo mejor (Villancico a la Expectación)

8:41
     
8 

Sonoras voces el aire pueblan (Villancico a la Virgen del Pilar)

8:49
     
9 

No puedo más, que me voy (Villancico a San Francisco de Asís)

4:46
     
10 

Venga norabuena del mar la estrella (Villancico a la Expectación y a la Navidad)

8:59
     
 Los Músicos de Su Alteza Performer
 Luis Antonio González Performer


We know very little about Ruiz Samaniego, Kapellmeister in Saragossa during the second half of the 18th century. However, he left an abundant music production, including some villancicos. These polyphonic vocal works of theatrical origin have been adopted by the Church to celebrate their main feasts. Sung in Spanish, not in Latin, they are built on a religious thematic, mostly in the form of dialogues and they frequently use musical elements of popular origin.

Very little explored, the Spanish Baroque vocal music is a world of many rich artistic treasures that cry to be rediscovered. The villancicos of Ruiz Samaniego are undoubtedly part of these treasures, as witnesses of an artistic universe specific to Spain, in which spirituality and sensuality are irremediably fused.

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