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Vocal Music - CARREIRA, A. / TROSYLHO, B. (Mil suspiros dio Maria: Sacred and Secular Music From the Brazilian Renaissance) (Weber, Dominguez)

Vocal Music - CARREIRA, A. / TROSYLHO, B. (Mil suspiros dio Maria: Sacred and Secular Music From the Brazilian Renaissance) (Weber, Dominguez)

The Classical Shop
release date: September 2013

Originally recorded in 2013

Artists:

Continens Paradisi

Ensemble

Rosa Dominguez

Soloist

Witte-Maria Weber

Soloist

Norihisa Sugawara

Soloist

Continens Paradisi

Chamber

Record Label
Ricercar

Genre:

Vocal & Song


Classical

Total Time - 65:28
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Vocal Music - CARREIRA, A. / TROSYLHO, B. (Mil suspiros dio Maria: Sacred and Secular Music From the Brazilian Renaissance) (Weber, Dominguez)

     
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ANONYMOUS

1 

Puestos estan frente a frente [16th century]

6:05
 Continens Paradisi Ensemble
     
2 

A la villa voy [16th century]

3:25
 Continens Paradisi Ensemble
     
3 

Aquella voluntad que se a rendido [ms. 3391]

2:02
 Continens Paradisi Ensemble
     
 

ANTONIO CARREIRA

4 

Cancao (arr. for chamber ensemble)

3:22
 Continens Paradisi Ensemble
     
 

ANONYMOUS

5 

Ave Maria [16th century]

1:19
 Witte-Maria Weber Soloist
     
 

BARTOLOMEO TROSYLHO

6 

Pro defunctis

1:19
 Continens Paradisi Ensemble
     
 

PEDRO DE ESCOBAR

7 

Clamabat autem mulier

3:42
 Continens Paradisi Ensemble
     
 

ANONYMOUS

8 

Que he o que vejo [16th century)

2:52
 Continens Paradisi Ensemble
     
9 

Si tantos montieros [16th century]

2:37
 Continens Paradisi Ensemble
     
10 

Soy serranica [Villancico, aus "Cancionero de Uppsala", 1500-1550]

1:35
 Continens Paradisi Ensemble
     
11 

Terra donde me criei [16th century]

3:59
 Continens Paradisi Ensemble
     
12 

Salve Rainha (16th century)

3:24
 Rosa Dominguez Soloist
     
 

PEDRO DE ESCOBAR

13 

Fatigatus Jesus

4:23
 Continens Paradisi Ensemble
     
 

MATEO FLECHA

14 

Mira el malo

3:50
 Continens Paradisi Ensemble
     
 

ANONYMOUS

15 

Nao tragais borzeguis pretos [16th century]

3:50
 Continens Paradisi Ensemble
     
16 

Porque me nao ves Joana [16th century]

1:39
 Continens Paradisi Ensemble
     
17 

Venid a sospirar al verde prado [16th century]

2:17
 Continens Paradisi Ensemble
     
 

ALONSO MUDARRA

18 

Conde Claros

2:00
 Norihisa Sugawara Soloist
     
 

ANONYMOUS

19 

Yo sonhava que me ablava [16th century]

2:49
 Continens Paradisi Ensemble
     
 

ANTONIO DE CABEZON

20 

Quien te visito Isabel - Diferencias sobre el Villancico: Quien te me enojo, Ysabel?

4:54
 Continens Paradisi Ensemble
     
 

ANONYMOUS

21 

Mil suspiros dio Maria [16th century]

4:05
 Continens Paradisi Ensemble
     


9/10 Klassike Heute Anonymous works, sacred and secular songs by Carreira, Trosylho, Escobar, Flecha, Mudarra, Cabezn and gregorian songs transcribed in Tupi language par Father de Anchieta CONTINENS PARADISI (Witte Weber, Rosa Dominguez, Felix Rienth, Marc Busnel, Thais Ohara, Marcelo Ohara, Norihisa Sugawara, Marie Bournisien & Rogrio Gonalves) The Jesuit brother Jos de Anchieta arrived in Brazil in 1553. He did all that was possible to save the souls of the savage inhabitants whilst simultaneously endeavouring to guarantee their devotion to the Church and to the King of Portugal. This recording is intended to introduce the music that was heard in Brazil during the second half of the 16th century. A good number of the pieces recorded here have their origins in religious texts that were collected by Anchieta; these replaced the secular texts in songs that are typically Iberian in character. What is more, the Jesuits hoped that the Tupi Indians would be moved by the Christian faith if they could sing Catholic hymns translated into their language. This album is an absolute premiere, and lets us discover both early South-American music and a fascinating page of history.

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