Mediterrània

Capella de Ministrers, whether intentionally or not, are reclaiming their Mediterranean personality. This is nothing new and it is something they have stood up for throughout their career, bringing it to the stage in their live performances and in their fifty recordings. The idea of the Mediterranean is not exclusively geographical in nature, it is rather a philosophy relating to the way in which music survives culturally. It all begins on land, of course, but eyes turn towards the sea in a poetic extension which is as natural as it is creative. The sea sparks the imagination and reaches places where a fresh gaze and dialogue enrich musical and historical understanding. On this occasion, the sea takes us to Italy and specifically to Naples where emotions spark off in many different directions.

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Description

CDM 2152

Texts de Juan Ángel Vela del Campo

Languajes: Valencian, Spanish and English

Mixing and mastering: Jorge García Bastidas (dbc estudios)

Cover: Mar de fons by Lídia Carbonell. Groundswell. Project to communicate awareness about plastic pollution in the Mediterranean sea. Photography + data ICM -CSIC scientific studies, show the seriousness of the problem.

Graphic design: Annabel Calatayud

DDD: 75’47” Legal deposit: V-2179-2021

CAPELLA DE MINISTRERS
CARLES MAGRANER, direction

Èlia Casanova / Pino de Vittorio
Carles Magraner – violas
Robert Cases – guitarra barroca & tiorba Pau Ballester – percusión
David Antich – flautas
Eduard Navarro – cornamusa & mandolina Lixsania Fernández – violone
Aziz Samsaoui – kanun & saz

Mediterrània. Un mar de música


1 Lo ballo dell’Intorcia. Antonio Valente (c.1520-c.1581)
2 Gagliarda napolitana. Antonio Valente
3 Antidotum Tarantulae. Athanasius Kircher (1602-1680)
4 Villanella ch’all acqua vai. Giovan Leonardo Primavera (c.1540–1585)
5 In Toledo’una donzella. Villotte alla napoletana a tre voci (Vinegia 1566). Anónimo
6 Españoletas, Xacaras & Tarantela. Lucas Ruiz de Ribayaz (1626-?)
7 Io ti vorria contar la pena mia. Vincenzo Fontana (C.1550)
8 Tu sai madonna mia. Vincenzo Fontana
9 La Cortesia. Vincenzo Fontana
10 Passacalle & Brando. Andrea Falconieri (1585/6-1656)
11 Cosi mi disprezzate. Girolamo Frescobaldi (1583-1643)
12 Se l’aura spira. Girolamo Frescobaldi
13 Sì dolce è’l tormento. Claudio Monteverdi (1567-1643)
14 Sona a Battenti. Tradicional Puglia (G.De Vittorio – arr. C.Magraner)
15 Stu pettu e’fatto cimbalu d’amuri. Tradicional Puglia (G.De Vittorio – arr. C.Magraner)
16 Passacaglia della Vita. Stefano Landi (1586?-1639)
17 Canto dei carrettieri & Cant de batre. Tradicional Sardegna (arr. G.De Vittorio)
18 Ciaccona del Paradiso e dell’Inferno. Anónimo (s.xvii)1. Pabanas (Lucas Ruyz de Ribayaz)

Additional information

Weight 120 g