The Harp Consort Hispanic Heritage Series

Missa Mexicana

The Harp Consort with Steven Player, Dancer

8:00 p.m., Friday, April 5, 2002
St. Anne Catholic Church, 2140 Westheimer [map]

Co-Sponsored by The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

The intense devotional and liturgical music of the Mexican baroque, a unique fusion of many cultures, is brought to blazing life in a brilliant array of song, dance and instrumental harmonies.

Early Conversations Lecture Series - Splendors of Vice Regal Mexico: Three Centuries of Treasures from the Museo Franz Mayer

7:00 p.m., St. Anne

Take a slide tour of the exhibit "Splendors of Vice Regal Mexico" at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston which reveals the glories of 15th- to 18th-century Mexico.

See also the Early Encounters Family Concert on Saturday, April 6, at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

Houston Early Music

Presents

THE HARP CONSORT

 

Santina Tomasello, Clara Sanabras – sopranos, guitars

Jennie Cassidy, Veera Railio – altos

Julian Podger, Ian Honeyman – tenors

Marco Scavazza, Marcello Vargetto – basses

 

Steven Player – dancer, baroque guitar

David Yacus – sackbut

Annamari Pölhö – organ

Ricardo Padilla – percussion, guitar

 

directed by

Andrew Lawrence-King – Baroque Harp

See also 

 

MISSA MEXICANA

 

Kyrie - Villancico

Villancico Cantan dos jilguerillos Francisco de Escaladas (fl 1677)

Kyrie [Missa Ego flos campi] Juan Gutiérrez de Padilla (c1590-1664)

 

Gloria - Xácaras

Gloria [Missa Ego flos campi] Juan Gutiérrez de Padilla

Jácaras de la costa Santiago de Murcia (c1682-fl 1714)

Xácara Los que fueren de buen gusto Francisco de Vidales (†1702)

 

Credo - Galliardas

Credo [Missa Ego flos campi] Juan Gutiérrez de Padilla

Galliardas El gran duque [Luz y norte] Lucas Ruiz de Ribayaz (1677)

Chaconas

Chaconas [Luz y norte] Lucas Ruiz de Ribayaz

Negrilla A siolo flasiquiyo Juan Gutiérrez de Padilla

 

INTERVAL

Sanctus - Cumbées

Sanctus [Missa Ego flos campi] . Juan Gutiérrez de Padilla

Cumbées Santiago de Murcia

Tantum Ergo – Romance

Tantum Ergo Canto llano (16th Cent. Spain

Romance Sobre las agues del mar Anon (16th Cent. Spain

Baile del Marinero Traditional

Agnus Dei - Marizápalos

Marizápalos a lo divino:

Serafín que con dulce harmonía Joan Cererols (1618-1676)

Diferencias sobre marizápalos Miguel Pérez de Zavala (fl 1690)

Agnus Dei [Missa Ego flos campi] Juan Gutiérrez de Padilla

 

Guaracha

Paradetas [Luz y norte] Lucas Ruiz de Ribayaz

Guaracha Convidando está la noche Juan García de Zéspedes (1619-1678)

The Mass was edited by Mapa Mundi & Andrew Lawrence-King, the Villancicos by Jack Sage, Clifford Bartlett & Andrew Lawrence-King, the Romance & Dances by Andrew Lawrence-King

See also 


This concert is made possible in part by a grant from the City of Houston and Harris County through the Cultural Arts Council of Houston and Harris County

 

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