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Villancicos Danzas Criollas 1550-1750
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Villancicos Danzas Criollas 1550-1750

La Capella Reial De Catalunya, Hespèrion Xxi, Jordi Savall
1 janvier 2003 | Format : MP3

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HASH(0x92cc6b7c) étoiles sur 5 �Creole� Songs and Dances from Old Spain to the New World 16 mai 2004
Par Lawrence A. Schenbeck - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
An astonishing collection of vocal polyphony and dance music, largely from Guatemala, Peru, and Mexico. Performed with flair and feeling by the preeminent Spanish early-music ensemble of our time. Not to be missed!
My translation of the album title, given above, is not exact. "Criolla" can refer to anything Latin American, and a "villancico" is first and foremost a Spanish poetic genre from the 15th and 16th centuries. The Norton/Grove Concise Encyclopedia tells us that it was "originally derived from a medieval dance lyric and associated with rustic or popular themes." Certainly the rustic and popular loom large in this lively selection of Renaissance music. Hesperion XXI and its director Jordi Savall have often sampled folk styles in their imaginative reconstitutions of early performance tradition. So most of these selections get percussion accompaniment accentuating the dance element, while strumming guitars, castanets, maracas, and more are employed discreetly but effectively. Lusty and characterful vocal contributions come courtesy of La Capella Reial de Catalunya and soprano Montserrat Figueras, who takes a couple of fine solo turns. It's all recorded in a warm, resonant church acoustic.
In his liner notes, Prof. Rui Vieira Neri introduces the Spanish part of this collection by noting a long tradition of mixing high and low culture, not to mention Christian, Jewish, and Muslim cultural elements in the art and music of the Iberian peninsula. And right away we get to hear a vocal chaconne (a dance imported from the Indies "by mail" according to Lope de Vega) and a Moresca "Di Perra Mora," with strong Arabic flavor and hints of 5/2 meter.
Of the New World selections, some of the most engaging combine indigenous languages with Netherlands musical style. The solemn processional hymn "Hancpachap cussicuinin," written by a native composer in the Quechua language of Peru, was also the first example of polyphony printed in the Americas. Gaspar Fernandes (1570-1629), chapel master at the Puebla cathedral, wrote a number of villancicos that mix Castilian with Nahuatl, the Aztec tongue, including "Tleycantimo choquiliua" on this recording. It is based on a local Indian dance, as is another Christmas villancico included here, "Ay que me abraso," which moves to the beat of the Mexican guaracha.
Bantu and Yoruba phrases crop up frequently in the refrains of the African-influenced numbers, so numerous in their day that they were customarily referred to in the old manuscripts as Negro, Negrilla, or Guineo. Savall includes three such pieces on this recording; they abound in the sort of rhythmic intricacies and call-and-response effects that Europeans already associated with Africa. Among the most infectious is "Antonya, Flasiquiya, Gasipá," in which the song's characters wake up after a long night of drinking and dancing in order to go to Bethlehem to pay homage to baby Jesus, where more carousing will be called for. Each refrain ends with the words "Mucho me pesa la cabeza": "Oh, my aching head."
I wouldn't want to give the impression that this music will appeal mostly to scholars. In fact, it is simply full of human joy, tenderness, and fun, qualities that leap across the centuries at us and need no special pleading, thanks to the terrific performances on this CD. You will enjoy it.
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HASH(0x92cc6bd0) étoiles sur 5 Perfect Performances 11 juillet 2007
Par David A. Wend - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Villancicos y Danzas Criollas is a homage to the cultural traditions of Iberia and Ibero-America, showing the influence of European traditions in the Americas. The Villancico (also called Chanzoneta) is a form of poetry that was adopted for use in secular songs and, in the 17th century, for Christmas carols (the modern usage of the word denotes a carol). The secular songs were gradually replaced by the Romance while the Christmas carol form became more popular. The typical lyrics of villancicos have two or three stanzas followed by a refrain. The most religious-oriented villancico of this collection is Hanacpachap Cussicuinin (from Lima) where the author asks for their prayer to be answered.

The transmission of musical culture is a favorite (and fascinating) subject for Jordi Savall and this CD includes some beautiful and rousing music. The CD begins with four selections reflecting Iberian music that sets the stage of presenting a song (usually) followed by a dance. Following this introduction we are off the Americas and music from Peru, Guatemala and Mexico.

As pointed out in the booklet, the colonial expansion that took place during the 15th and 16th centuries widen cultural connections to include Africa, Asia and the Americas, which is reflected in this collection of music. One will discover a mixing of African dance rhythms and percussion with European polyphony. This is nicely demonstrated by the first selection with its strong use of drums and bold brass playing combined with a fast-paced dance melody and mixed voices. The second work, by an anonymous composer, is quite a contrast with its more restrained and courtly rhythms played by string instruments without the percussion or brass. The Hanacpachap Cussicuinin is scored for percussion, brass and voices sounding like a solemn funeral procession and is followed by a beautifully played piece for harp and percussion from Mexico. The incomparable Montserrat Figueras sings with peerless passion and beauty, particularly in the short Tono Hidalgo of Juan Hidalgo. One could go on and on extolling the wonderful music of this CD, suffice it to say that among my collection of early music discs this one is at the top.

As with all of Jordi Savall's recordings the performance is excellent and beautifully balanced with voices and instruments receiving equal emphasis. If you do not have this disc and love early music get it without hesitation.
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HASH(0x92cc6eac) étoiles sur 5 My Favorite Jordi Savall Song! 5 décembre 2013
Par Rodrigo - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I'm writing this note from memory, as I do not have this CD cover with me at the moment. But I hope that everyone who has a still functioning imagination and acoustic nerves will listen to the indescribably wonderful and moving "Chacona: A La Vida Bona" song on this album. If this song does not make you imagine or visualize going back 500 years or so to Spain or some New World town to dance to this very lively and fun-filled chacon, then you are truly dead inside. You might as well pack it in right now. The words to this song are almost as fun as the music. If you do nothing else in your life before its end, listen to this one song. You can even download it for 99 cents and play it whenever you feel blue! I guarantee it will liven up your spirit. I'm still waiting for a filmmaker to use it. It would be a great sound to play at the end of a certain type of film, a film that ends optimistically or on a happy note. while the credits are rolling so the audience members can sit there listening or walk out feeling the happy spirit of this music course through their ears, brains and hearts.
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HASH(0x92cc6da4) étoiles sur 5 Just Get it! 20 août 2006
Par Weesel - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
It's hard to pick out anything special on this disk... everything is top-notch. The opening 'La Chacona' is a delight and it just gets better and better and better. The second piece definitely is having some fun setting the listener up for 'something.' The ritual piece is majestic while the tone changes again with the harp solo... Hesprion XX/XXI are treasures in the ocean of music.
Gracias, Senores!
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HASH(0x92cc6fb4) étoiles sur 5 Thank you Jordi!! 12 février 2015
Par M. Tait - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
This is the music I would like to have for the soundtrack of my life. My husband and I listen to a lot of classical and early music, and Jordi Savall is a marvel. I can't recommend this highly enough to do it justice. Even if you don't listen to classical music, if you like music at all, you will love this.
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