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Hana Blažíková - Cantigas de Santa Maria (2015)

6-09-2015, 17:29
Music | Classical Music | FLAC / APE

Hana Blažíková - Cantigas de Santa Maria (2015)

Artist: Hana Blažíková
Title Of Album: Cantigas de Santa Maria
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Phi / Outhere
Genre: Classical
Quality: 320 / FLAC
Total Time: 72:19 min
Total Size: 166 / 303 MB


01. CSM 340. Virgen Madre groriosa 04:50
02. CSM 1. Des oge mais quer’ eu trobar 05:43
03. CSM 76. Quen as sas figuras da Virgen partir 04:37
04. CSM 18. Por nos de dulta livrar 02:58
05. CSM 60. Entre Av’e Eva 02:43
06. CSM 320. Santa Maria leva 05:13
07. CSM 160. Quen bõa dona querrá 02:18
08. CSM 105. Gran piadad’ e mercee e nobreza 04:34
09. CSM 10. Rosa das rosas, fror das frores (Instrumental) 01:14
10. CSM 7. Santa Maria amar 06:06
11. CSM 383. O fondo do mar tan chão 05:06
12. CSM 85. Pera toller gran perfia 02:20
13. CSM 281. U alguen a Jesucristo 05:02
14. CSM 127. Non pod' ome pela Virgen 01:59
15. CSM 213. Quen serve Santa Maria 02:57
16. CSM 380. Sen calar 04:49
17. CSM 295. Que por al non devess’ ome 02:25
18. CSM 10. Rosa das rosas, fror das frores 04:28
19. CSM 166. Como poden per sas culpas 02:57

The Cantigas de Santa Maria come from the imposing collection of the court of Alfonso X el Sabio, which offers us one of the most precious sources of mediaeval Spanish music. The Cantigas take us to the end of the Reconquista of the Iberian peninsula and to the very heart of the culture where Christian, Muslim and Jewish traditions mingle. These songs are interesting not only for their absolutely unique musical language but also for their Portuguese and Galician texts in which are combined poetry, popular stories and hymns, most of them praising miracles of the Virgin Mary. Starting from illuminated manuscripts that give us an idea of the instruments used at the king’s court, Hana Blažíková and her partners perform these works like a dialogue between two women’s voices, enriching it with two harps, a dulce melos and percussion. Whether using the whole consort or putting the instruments aside, this subtle interpretation has its source in plainchant and the music of the troubadours, with a touch of Arabizing ornaments and improvisation.

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tiger   User offline   9 September 2015 12:24

Thanks a lot.

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mondzeichen   User offline   9 September 2015 14:59

Thank You very much, sddd!

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