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La Grande Chapelle - Antonio Rodriguez de Hita: Canciones instrumentales flac mp3
Performer:
La Grande Chapelle
Album:
Antonio Rodriguez de Hita: Canciones instrumentales
Style:
Chamber Music,Spanish Folk,Western European Traditions
Date of release:
2006
Duration:
01:13:27
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1379 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1360 mb
WMA vers. size:
1454 mb
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Antonio Rodriguez de Hita: Canciones instrumentales.

Canción instrumentale 6a (Despacio), for 5 parts on the 6th tone. 2. Canción instrumentale 4a, for 3 parts on the 4th tone. 3. Canción instrumentale 1a (Allegro), for 3 parts in C major. 4. Canción instrumentale 7a (Despacio cantabile), for 3 parts in C major. 5. Canción instrumentale 1a (Andante), for 3 parts in G major. 6. Canción instrumentale 1a (Despacio), for 3 parts in E major.

Composed By – Antonio Rodríguez de Hita. Ensemble – La Grande Chapelle. Executive-Producer, Coordinator – Ana Ibáñez Solis. Recording: Iglesia de San Cipriano, Zamora, Spain, 23 & 24 September 2007. Comes in a box set containing a CD in a digipak and a 68-page booklet with texts in Spanish, English, French and German.

Antonio Rodríguez de Hita. Profile: Spanish composer (18 January 1722 – 21 February 1787). Antonio Rodríguez de Hita – La Grande Chapelle, Schola Antiqua (2), Albert Recasens - Misa O Gloriosa Virginum ‎(CD, Album + Box).

Canciones instrumentales. La Grande Chapelle, dir. Albert Recasens (Lauda LAU005). Mass O gloriosa Virginum. Albert Recasens(Lauda LAU009). La Briseida, opera (extracts) Aria No. Amor, sólo tu encanto. Castrillo Hernández, Gonzalo: Estudio sobre D. Antonio Rodríguez de Hita y su época (Musicología española). Publicaciones de la Institución Tello Téllez de Meneses, Revista de Musicología. ISSN 0210-7317, Nº. 4, (1950), pags. Aguirre, M. Dolores, El magisterio de Antonio Rodríguez de Hita en Palencia, Departamento de Cultura de la Excma. Diputación Provincial de Palencia (Palencia), (1983), ISBN 84-50147-0. The Harvard biographical dictionary of music By Don Michael Randel p75. ^ Bonastre, F. Estudio de la obra teórica y práctica del compositor Antonio Rodríguez de Hita.

La Grande Chapelle is a Spanish vocal and instrumental ensemble of early sacred music, founded in 2005. Their name was taken from the musical chapel from Burgundy, where musicians like Nicolás Gombert, Philippe Rogier and Mateo Romero participated  . Furthermore, several churches contain works still to be discovered Composers of several European countries and the formal founder Ángel Recasens created the group in 2005. Antonio Rodríguez de Hita: Canciones instrumentales. Música para el mito de Don Juan - Cristóbal Galán, Juan Hidalgo, Bernardo Murillo, Manuel Correa, Manuel de Egüés.

La Grande Chapelle is a vocal and instrumental early music ensemble with a European outlook. It takes its name from the celebrated musical chapelle of the House of Burgundy and, subsequently, of the House of Hapsburg, which served the Spanish royal line until the 17th century. In this latter category are musicological recreations that set a particular work or composer within a specific context (Missa pro Defunctis by Mateo Romero, LAU002; Vespers of Confessors by José de Nebra, LAU004; Instrumental canciones by Antonio Rodríguez de Hita, LAU005; Music for Corpus Christi by Joan Pau Pujol, LAU007; the Office of the Dead by Francisco García Fajer, LAU008; Missa O Gloriosa Virginum, by Rodríguez de Hita, LAU009; In Dominica Palmarum by Juan García de Salazar, LAU011 and Easter celebrations in the Piazza Navona. T. L. de Victoria, LAU012).

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Antonio or Tony Rodríguez may refer to: Antonio Rodríguez (volleyball) (born 1951), Cuban former volleyball player. Antonio Rodríguez Cabo (born 1969), retired Spanish footballer. Antonio Rodríguez Dovale (born 1990), Spanish footballer for Celta de Vigo. Antonio Rodríguez Martínez (born 1979), Spanish footballer for Granada CF. Tony Rodríguez (baseball) (Luis Antonio Rodríguez, born 1970), Puerto Rican Major League Baseball infielder. Antonio Rodríguez Saravia (born 1971), Spanish footballer.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Canción instrumentale 6a (Despacio), for 5 parts on the 6th tone La Grande Chapelle 2:25
2 Canción instrumentale 4a, for 3 parts on the 4th tone La Grande Chapelle 4:21
3 Canción instrumentale 1a (Allegro), for 3 parts in C major La Grande Chapelle 3:23
4 Canción instrumentale 7a (Despacio cantabile), for 3 parts in C major La Grande Chapelle 5:32
5 Canción instrumentale 1a (Andante), for 3 parts in G major La Grande Chapelle 3:12
6 Canción instrumentale 1a (Despacio), for 3 parts in E major La Grande Chapelle 4:45
7 Canción instrumentale 5a (Andante), for 5 parts in E major La Grande Chapelle 1:58
8 Canción instrumentale 1a, for 3 parts on the 1st tone La Grande Chapelle 6:08
9 Canción instrumentale 3a (Moderato), for 3 parts in F major La Grande Chapelle 2:38
10 Canción instrumentale 2a (Andante), in 5 parts in F major La Grande Chapelle 2:54
11 Canción instrumentale 6a (Cantabile), for 3 parts in C minor La Grande Chapelle 4:16
12 Canción instrumentale 7a (Andante), for 1 part in G minor La Grande Chapelle 2:28
13 Canción instrumentale 2a (Allegro), for 3 parts in B major La Grande Chapelle 2:47
14 Canción instrumentale 1a (Despacio), for 5 parts in F major La Grande Chapelle 3:25
15 Canción instrumentale 1a (Allegro), in 3 parts in B major La Grande Chapelle 2:16
16 Canción instrumentale 6a (Pastoral), for 3 parts in B minor La Grande Chapelle 5:01
17 Canción instrumentale 2a (Andante), in 5 parts in in D major La Grande Chapelle 3:01
18 Canción instrumentale 6a (A tiempo de minuet), in 5 parts in E minor La Grande Chapelle 1:41
19 Canción instrumentale 5a, in 3 parts on the 5th tone La Grande Chapelle 4:11
20 Canción instrumentale 5a (Allegro), in 3 parts in F major La Grande Chapelle 2:55
21 Canción instrumentale 6a, in 5 parts on the 6th tone La Grande Chapelle 4:10

Credits

Yolanda Acker - Liner Note Translation
Manuel Alegre - Engraving
Manuel Salvador Carmona - Engraving
Gregorio Ferro - Artwork
George Gallet - Engraving
Luca Giordano - Cover Art
Markus Heiland - Editing, Engineer, Mastering
Tomás de Iriarte - Engraving, Etching
Juan Martin Koch - Liner Note Translation
La Grande Chapelle - Ensemble, Primary Artist
Jean Mariette - Engraving
José Gómez de Navia - Artwork
Rosa Ma Zaba Paredes - Photography
Albert Recasens - Booklet Editor, Executive Producer, Musical Consultant, Transcription
Àngel Recasens - Bass, Conductor, Musical Selections
Peter Paul Rubens - Artwork
Marie Salgues - Liner Note Translation
Gonzalo Serrano - Graphic Design
Ana Ibáñez Solís - Production Assistant
Giovanni Battista Tiepolo - Artwork
Giovanni Domenico Tiepolo - Engraving