viernes, 31 de mayo de 2019


Suzanne Vega

By Suzanne Vega

You come from far away
With pictures in your eyes
Of coffeeshops and morning streets
In the blue and silent sunrise
But night is the cathedral
Where we recognized the sign
We strangers know each other now
As part of the whole design

Oh, hold me like a baby
That will not fall asleep
Curl me up inside you
And let me hear you through the heat

You are the jester of this courtyard
With a smile like a girl's
Distracted by the women
With the dimples and the curls
By the pretty and the mischievous
By the timid and the blessed
By the blowing skirts of ladies
Who promise to gather you to their breast

Oh, hold me like a baby...

You have hands of raining water
And that earring in your ear
The wisdom on your face
Denies the number of your years
With the fingers of the potter
And the laughing tale of the fool
The arranger of disorder
With your strange and simple rules
Yeah now I've met me another spinner
Of strange and gauzy threads
With a long and slender body
And a bump upon the head

Oh, hold me like a baby...

With a long and slender body
And the sweetest softest hands
And we'll blow away forever soon
And go on to different lands
And please do not ever look for me
But with me you will stay
And you will hear yourself in song
Blowing by one day

But now hold me like a baby...

lunes, 13 de mayo de 2019

die familie bach vor johann sebastian, disc 2

Johann Christoph Bach
1. Es erhub sich ein Streit
2. Ach, daß ich Wassers g'nug hätte
3. Herr, wende dich und sei mir gnädig
4. Wie bist du denn, o Gott, im Zorn
5. Die Furcht des Herren

Heinrich Bach
6. Ich danke dir, Gott

Die Familie Bach vor Johann Sebastian, Disc 2

Maria Zedelius, Sopran — Ulla Groenewold, Alt — David Cordier, Altus — Paul Elliott - Hein Meens, Tenor — Michael Schopper - Stephen Varcoe, Bass

Rheinische Kantorei
Musica Antiqua Köln
Reinhard Goebel

lunes, 6 de mayo de 2019

il spiritillo brando

Diego Ortiz
1. Recercadas sobre tenores italianos

Andrea Falconieri
2. Corriente dicha la Mora
3. Ciaccona
4. La Benedetta

Giovanni Battista Vitali
5. Toccata
6. Bergamasca

Dario Castello
7. Sonata II a sopran solo

Andrea Falconieri
8. La Suave Melodia
9. Passacalle
10. Alemana dicha Villega

Giuseppe Maria Jacchini 
11. Sonata VIII

Juan Cabanilles
12. Corrente italiana

Diego Ortiz
13. Recercadas sobre "Doulce Memoire"

Andrea Falconieri
14. Folias echa para mi Señora

Bartolomé de Selma y Salaverde
15. Fantasia basso solo

Giovanni Gabrieli
16. Ricercare del VII e VIII tono

Andrea Falconieri
17. Corrente detta L'Auellina
18. Corriente dicha la Cuella
19. Il Spiritillo Brando
20. Brando dicho el Melo

21. Chacona

Domenico Gabrielli
22. Ricercare V

Bartolomé de Selma y Salaverde
23. Canzon quinta a tre

Andrea Falconieri
24. Battaglia de Barabaso

Andrea Falconieri
Il Spiritillo Brando
Dance music in the courts of Italy and Spain, c.1650

La Ritirata

Tamar Lalo, recorders — Miren Zeberio, baroque violin — Raúl Orellana, baroque violin — Enrike Solinís, baroque guitar & archlute — Daniel Zapico, theorbo — Ignacio Prego, hapsichord — Daniel Oyarzábal, chest organ — Sara Águeda, triple harp — David Mayoral, percussion

Josetxu Obregón, baroque cello & direction

Spiritillo: Celestial entity brought into being by popular imagination, which has existed in the streets of Naples over many centuries, moving from house to house like a malicious little demon, and serving to justify human faults and weaknesses.

Brando: An Italian variant for the branle, a French dance from the Renaissance, whose steps and movements are set down in the dance manual Orchesographie (1588) by Thoinot Arbeau (the pseudonym of Jehan Tabourot, a canon at Langres Cathedral).