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Bailar Cantando

Hespèrion XX, Capella Reial de Catalunya, Jordi Savall

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The twenty pieces which make up the musical collection the Codex Trujillo of Peru (compiled around 1780 by Baltasar Jaime Martínez Compañón, the cantor of Lima and later bishop of Trujillo), represent an exceptional case in the history of the indigenous music of the New World. This ensemble of Tonadas, Cachuas, Tonadillas, Bayles, Cachuytas and Lanchas, lets us to get to know the country's traditional music, or as one of the Cachua texts puts it, "al uso de nuestra tierra" ("according to the ways of our land") More specifically we get to know the songs and dances of the people of the "Viceroyalty of Peru" in the late 18th century.



These songs were written to be sung whilst dancing, hence the title of the album Bailar Cantando. The majority of the words are in Castilian (the Peruvian dialect) but there are also some songs in Quechua. All these elements explain the very specific character of these songs, which are very different from Spanish songs but also different to the music of other parts of the New World from the same era. The subtitle, "Fiesta Mestiza en el Perú", "Mestizo fiesta in Peru" shows the interaction between "natives" and Hispanics. It was symbolic feast celebrated with the marvellous Codex, in which all the different tribes and castes that lived together in this rich and stratified society would participate. When the Spanish arrived in Peru, following in the wake of Francisco Pizarro in 1532, the indigenous population already had more than two millennia of rich culture. As a result, the musical practices in the second half of the 17th century were fusion of local traditions and foreign influence: Iberian but also African. Jordi Savall leads the Tembembe Ensamble Continuo with many different native instruments, alongside the Ensemble Hespèrion XXI and vocalists from the Capella Reial de Catalunya. © SM/Qobuz

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1
Bayle de Espadas (Con Pífano y Tamboril) 00:02:15

Traditional, Composer - Jordi Savall, MainArtist - Hesperion XXI, Ensemble - La Capella Reial de Catalunya, Ensemble - Tembembe Ensamble Continuo, Ensemble

(C) 2018 Alia Vox (P) 2018 Alia Vox

2
Cachua: Al Nacimiento de Christo Nuestro Señor (A Voz y Bajo) 00:02:36

Traditional, Composer - Jordi Savall, MainArtist - Hesperion XXI, Ensemble - La Capella Reial de Catalunya, Ensemble - Tembembe Ensamble Continuo, Ensemble

(C) 2018 Alia Vox (P) 2018 Alia Vox

3
Tonada: La Donosa (A Voz y Bajo, Para Bailar Cantando) 00:05:00

Traditional, Composer - Jordi Savall, MainArtist - Hesperion XXI, Ensemble - La Capella Reial de Catalunya, Ensemble - Tembembe Ensamble Continuo, Ensemble

(C) 2018 Alia Vox (P) 2018 Alia Vox

4
Tonada: El Tupamaro 00:04:28

Traditional, Composer - Jordi Savall, MainArtist - Hesperion XXI, Ensemble - La Capella Reial de Catalunya, Ensemble - Tembembe Ensamble Continuo, Ensemble

(C) 2018 Alia Vox (P) 2018 Alia Vox

5
Bayle del Chimo (A Violín y Bajo) 00:02:20

Traditional, Composer - Jordi Savall, MainArtist - Hesperion XXI, Ensemble

(C) 2018 Alia Vox (P) 2018 Alia Vox

6
Tonada: El Diamante de Chachapoias (Para Baylar Cantando) & Tonada: El Tuppamaro de Caxamarca 00:04:06

Traditional, Composer - Jordi Savall, MainArtist - Hesperion XXI, Ensemble - La Capella Reial de Catalunya, Ensemble - Tembembe Ensamble Continuo, Ensemble

(C) 2018 Alia Vox (P) 2018 Alia Vox

7
Tonada: La Lata (A Voz y Bajo, Para Bailar Cantando) 00:03:56

Traditional, Composer - Jordi Savall, MainArtist - Hesperion XXI, Ensemble - La Capella Reial de Catalunya, Ensemble - Tembembe Ensamble Continuo, Ensemble

(C) 2018 Alia Vox (P) 2018 Alia Vox

8
Cachua: Al Nacimiento de Christo N. S. (A Duo y a Quatro, Con Violines y Bajo) 00:03:10

Traditional, Composer - Jordi Savall, MainArtist - Hesperion XXI, Ensemble - La Capella Reial de Catalunya, Ensemble - Tembembe Ensamble Continuo, Ensemble

(C) 2018 Alia Vox (P) 2018 Alia Vox

9
Tonada: El Conejo (A Voz y Bajo, Para Bailar Cantando) 00:02:40

Traditional, Composer - Jordi Savall, MainArtist - Hesperion XXI, Ensemble - La Capella Reial de Catalunya, Ensemble - Tembembe Ensamble Continuo, Ensemble

(C) 2018 Alia Vox (P) 2018 Alia Vox

10
Cachua: La Despedida, de Guamachuco 00:03:28

Traditional, Composer - Jordi Savall, MainArtist - Hesperion XXI, Ensemble - La Capella Reial de Catalunya, Ensemble - Tembembe Ensamble Continuo, Ensemble

(C) 2018 Alia Vox (P) 2018 Alia Vox

11
Tonadilla, llámase El Palomo, deLambayaque (Para Cantar y Bailar) 00:03:53

Traditional, Composer - Jordi Savall, MainArtist - Hesperion XXI, Ensemble - La Capella Reial de Catalunya, Ensemble - Tembembe Ensamble Continuo, Ensemble

(C) 2018 Alia Vox (P) 2018 Alia Vox

12
Tonada, llamadase La Selosa, del pueblo de Lambayeque (Para Cantar) 00:03:12

Traditional, Composer - Jordi Savall, MainArtist - Hesperion XXI, Ensemble - La Capella Reial de Catalunya, Ensemble - Tembembe Ensamble Continuo, Ensemble

(C) 2018 Alia Vox (P) 2018 Alia Vox

13
Tonada de El Chimo (A Dos Voces, Bajo y Tamboril, Para Baylar Cantando) 00:05:33

Traditional, Composer - Jordi Savall, MainArtist - Hesperion XXI, Ensemble - La Capella Reial de Catalunya, Ensemble - Tembembe Ensamble Continuo, Ensemble

(C) 2018 Alia Vox (P) 2018 Alia Vox

14
Tonada: El Congo (A Voz y Bajo, Para Baylar Cantando) 00:03:27

Traditional, Composer - Jordi Savall, MainArtist - Hesperion XXI, Ensemble - La Capella Reial de Catalunya, Ensemble - Tembembe Ensamble Continuo, Ensemble

(C) 2018 Alia Vox (P) 2018 Alia Vox

15
Tonada: La Brujita (Para Cantar de Guamachuco) 00:03:22

Traditional, Composer - Jordi Savall, MainArtist - Hesperion XXI, Ensemble - La Capella Reial de Catalunya, Ensemble - Tembembe Ensamble Continuo, Ensemble

(C) 2018 Alia Vox (P) 2018 Alia Vox

16
Tonada: El Huicho de Chachapoyas 00:03:07

Traditional, Composer - Jordi Savall, MainArtist - Hesperion XXI, Ensemble - La Capella Reial de Catalunya, Ensemble - Tembembe Ensamble Continuo, Ensemble

(C) 2018 Alia Vox (P) 2018 Alia Vox

17
Cachuyta de La Montaña, llamadas El vuen querer 00:01:38

Traditional, Composer - Jordi Savall, MainArtist - Hesperion XXI, Ensemble - La Capella Reial de Catalunya, Ensemble - Tembembe Ensamble Continuo, Ensemble

(C) 2018 Alia Vox (P) 2018 Alia Vox

18
Lanchas Para Baylar 00:03:33

Traditional, Composer - Jordi Savall, MainArtist - Hesperion XXI, Ensemble

(C) 2018 Alia Vox (P) 2018 Alia Vox

19
Cachua Serranita, Nombrada 00:04:40

Traditional, Composer - Jordi Savall, MainArtist - Hesperion XXI, Ensemble - La Capella Reial de Catalunya, Ensemble - Tembembe Ensamble Continuo, Ensemble

(C) 2018 Alia Vox (P) 2018 Alia Vox

20
Cachua Serranita (Instrumental) 00:03:26

Traditional, Composer - Jordi Savall, MainArtist - Hesperion XXI, Ensemble

(C) 2018 Alia Vox (P) 2018 Alia Vox

Album Description

The twenty pieces which make up the musical collection the Codex Trujillo of Peru (compiled around 1780 by Baltasar Jaime Martínez Compañón, the cantor of Lima and later bishop of Trujillo), represent an exceptional case in the history of the indigenous music of the New World. This ensemble of Tonadas, Cachuas, Tonadillas, Bayles, Cachuytas and Lanchas, lets us to get to know the country's traditional music, or as one of the Cachua texts puts it, "al uso de nuestra tierra" ("according to the ways of our land") More specifically we get to know the songs and dances of the people of the "Viceroyalty of Peru" in the late 18th century.



These songs were written to be sung whilst dancing, hence the title of the album Bailar Cantando. The majority of the words are in Castilian (the Peruvian dialect) but there are also some songs in Quechua. All these elements explain the very specific character of these songs, which are very different from Spanish songs but also different to the music of other parts of the New World from the same era. The subtitle, "Fiesta Mestiza en el Perú", "Mestizo fiesta in Peru" shows the interaction between "natives" and Hispanics. It was symbolic feast celebrated with the marvellous Codex, in which all the different tribes and castes that lived together in this rich and stratified society would participate. When the Spanish arrived in Peru, following in the wake of Francisco Pizarro in 1532, the indigenous population already had more than two millennia of rich culture. As a result, the musical practices in the second half of the 17th century were fusion of local traditions and foreign influence: Iberian but also African. Jordi Savall leads the Tembembe Ensamble Continuo with many different native instruments, alongside the Ensemble Hespèrion XXI and vocalists from the Capella Reial de Catalunya. © SM/Qobuz

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