The Renaissance in Catalonia
One of the most exciting opportunities afforded to us by historical performance of early music is when, like modern-day Columbuses on voyages of discovery, we embark into the fascinating and inviting realms of the Musical Unknown. And truth be told, these unfamiliar musical landscapes remain plentiful today. What do we in Hungary know of the Catalan Renaissance? At this concert, we will certainly have the chance to discover a lot. What, for example, is an ensalada? Some kind of salad? Well, yes, it is a kind of musical "salad,” a piece which - similarly to a quodlibet - combines a variety of familiar melodies.
Presented by: Müpa Budapest
Renaissance trombone (sackbut)Jordi Giménez
Renaissance guitar and theorboEdwin Garcia
Cor de Cambra del Palau de la Música Catalana:
sopranoAnaïs Oliveras, Irene Mas
altoDaniel Folqué, Mariona Llobera
tenorCarles Prat, Aniol Botines
bassAntonio Fajardo, David Pastor, German de la Riva
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