Nueva España

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Label: ALPHA
Catalog: ALPHA533
Format: CD

Nora Tabbush, soprano; Ensemble Mare Nostrum, Andrea De Carlo, viola da gamba & direction

Fandango Jarocho tradicional México / Ayo visto lo mapamondo - Johannes Cornago (1400 - 1474) / Marizapalos - Cod. Zuola (XVIIe siècle) / Cumbées - Santiago de Murcia ( 1682 - 1735) / Tres morcias m'enamoran - Anon. XVIe siècle / Danza de los Gigantes - Cultura Zapoteca - México / Con amores la mi madre - Juan de Anchieta ( 1462 - 1523) / Vaja de Xacara amigos ! - Rafael Antonio Castellanos ( 1765 - 1791) / Xacaras - Anon. Arr. Quito Gato / Los Imposibiles - Santiago de Murcia/ La Lloroncita- Son Jarocho trad. México / El Guajolote - Son Mixteco trad. México / La Petenera - Son Huasteco trad. México / El Torito - Son de Danza trad. México / El Gusto - Son Huasteco trad. México / La Morena - Son Jarocho trad. México

A Baroque journey
The ensemble Mare Nostrum (dir. Andrea De Carlo) and Nora Tabbush (a worthy heir to Montserrat Figueras) here revive some pure treasures of Spanish music.
Combining early instruments (viola da gamba, cornetto, etc.) with traditional ones, they bring out all the colours of these songs and dances that were to be heard in New Spain.
New Spain, the Spanish viceroyalty (1535-1821), stretched from Arizona, California, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico and Utah (United States) to Costa Rica in Central America, with Mexico City as its capital. It administered not only the territory within those limits, but also the Philippines in Asia and various small islands in the Pacific, such as Guam.

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