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Los Ministriles in the New World

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Los Ministriles in the New World is an appealing collection from Piffaro "The Renaissance Band" of instrumental music that would have been known and performed in the 16th and 17th centuries in Latin America in the region extending from Mexico to Peru. Spanish and Portuguese sacred and secular music thrived in the New World as composers and performers emigrated west, and the area had a robust musical culture that also drew on indigenous musical traditions. Piffaro is a diverse ensemble made up of a colorful assortment of instruments -- recorders, bagpipes, shawms, dulcians, sackbuts, harp, plucked and bowed strings, and percussion -- so the album has a wonderful timbral variety, ranging from duets like Zarambeques for harp and vihuela to pieces like Deus in adiutorium meum intende, which employs all the group's members. The repertoire, too, is varied, including transcriptions of sacred vocal music and songs, instrumental pieces and popular dances. The album makes it clear which instruments perform on which tracks, a helpful guide for listeners unfamiliar with some of the more exotic instruments. The sound is bright and lively. This is an album that should be attractive to fans of early music and it makes an excellent, friendly introduction to music of the era for other listeners willing to dip into new territory.
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Tane Gil tu tamborino (Gaspar Fernandes)

1
Tane Gil tu tamborino
00:03:30

Piffaro, Ensemble - Gaspar Fernandes, Composer

(C) 2012 Navona (P) 2012 Navona

Folias Gallegas (arr. G. Herreid) (Santiago de Murcia)

2
Folias Gallegas (Arr. G. Herreid)
00:01:35

Piffaro, Ensemble - Santiago de Murcia, Composer - Grant Herreid, Composer

(C) 2012 Navona (P) 2012 Navona

Obras de musica para tecla, arpa y vihuela (Antonio de Cabezón)

3
Diferencias sobre el canto llano del caballero
00:02:34

Piffaro, Ensemble - Hernando de Cabezon, Composer

(C) 2012 Navona (P) 2012 Navona

4
Diferencias sobre la Gallarda milanese
00:01:23

Piffaro, Ensemble - Hernando de Cabezon, Composer

(C) 2012 Navona (P) 2012 Navona

5
Diferencias sobre el canto de la dama le demanda (arr. C. Patton)
00:03:21

Piffaro, Ensemble - Antonio de Cabezon, Composer - Christa Patton, Composer

(C) 2012 Navona (P) 2012 Navona

Trattado de glosas (Diego Ortiz)

6
Recercada No. 4, "La gamba"
00:01:39

Piffaro, Ensemble - Diego Ortiz, Composer

(C) 2012 Navona (P) 2012 Navona

Una sarao de la chacona, 'A la vida bona' (Juan Aranes)

7
Una sarao de la chacona, "a la vida bona"
00:01:58

Piffaro, Ensemble - Juan Aranes, Composer

(C) 2012 Navona (P) 2012 Navona

Nina, con tus libres modos (Bernardo Murillo)

8
Nina, con tus libres modos
00:02:09

Piffaro, Ensemble - Bernardo Murillo, Composer

(C) 2012 Navona (P) 2012 Navona

Sale la blanca aurora (Juan Blas de Castro)

9
Sale la blanca aurora
00:01:39

Piffaro, Ensemble - Juan Blas de Castro, Composer

(C) 2012 Navona (P) 2012 Navona

Ay, ay, ay, tres veces ay .! [Spain, 17th Century] (Anonyme)

10
Ay, ay, ay, tres veces ay .! [Spain, 17th Century]
00:01:56

Anonymous, Composer - Piffaro, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2012 Navona (P) 2012 Navona

Elegit eum Dominus (Gaspar Fernandes)

11
Elegit eum Dominus
00:02:11

Piffaro, Ensemble - Gaspar Fernandes, Composer

(C) 2012 Navona (P) 2012 Navona

Ego enim a 6 (Francisco Lopez Capillas)

12
Ego enim a 6
00:02:51

Piffaro, Ensemble - Francisco Lopez Capillas, Composer

(C) 2012 Navona (P) 2012 Navona

De San Jeronimo a 5 Sobre vuestro canto llano (Gaspar Fernandes)

13
De San Jeronimo a 5 Sobre vuestro canto llano
00:01:20

Piffaro, Ensemble - Gaspar Fernandes, Composer

(C) 2012 Navona (P) 2012 Navona

Villano (17th Century) [arr. For chamber ensemble] (Anonyme)

14
Villano (17th Century) [arr. For chamber ensemble]
00:02:43

Piffaro, Ensemble - Greg Ingles, Composer - Joan Kimball, Composer - Tom Zajac, Composer - Robert Wiemken, Composer - Grant Herreid, Composer - Christa Patton, Composer

(C) 2012 Navona (P) 2012 Navona

Turulu neglo (16th Century) (Anonyme)

15
Turulu neglo (16th Century)
00:01:54

Anonymous, Composer - Piffaro, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2012 Navona (P) 2012 Navona

Dios itlaconantzine (Francisco Hernandez)

16
Dios itlaconantzine
00:02:27

Piffaro, Ensemble - Francisco Hernandez, Composer

(C) 2012 Navona (P) 2012 Navona

Hoy descubre la grandeza (Gaspar Fernandes)

17
Hoy descubre la grandeza
00:02:08

Piffaro, Ensemble - Gaspar Fernandes, Composer

(C) 2012 Navona (P) 2012 Navona

Ah, de Abajo! (Gaspar Fernandes)

18
Ah, de Abajo!
00:04:02

Piffaro, Ensemble - Gaspar Fernandes, Composer

(C) 2012 Navona (P) 2012 Navona

Yyai Jesuchristo (Bolivia, 17th Century) (Anonyme)

19
Yyai Jesuchristo (Bolivia, 17th Century)
00:01:07

Anonymous, Composer - Piffaro, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2012 Navona (P) 2012 Navona

Monstra te esse matrem a 4 (Hernando Franco)

20
Monstra te esse matrem a 4
00:01:35

Piffaro, Ensemble - Hernando Franco, Composer

(C) 2012 Navona (P) 2012 Navona

Missa, 'Si bona suscepimus': Gloria (Cristobal de Morales)

21
Gloria
00:04:59

Piffaro, Ensemble - Cristobal de Morales, Composer

(C) 2012 Navona (P) 2012 Navona

Luz y norte musical (Lucas Ruiz de Ribayaz)

22
Luz y norte musical: Zarambeques
00:01:56

Piffaro, Ensemble - Lucas Ruiz de Ribayaz, Composer

(C) 2012 Navona (P) 2012 Navona

Christianos (Bolivia, 17th Century) (Anonyme)

23
Christianos (Bolivia, 17th Century)
00:01:19

Anonymous, Composer - Piffaro, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2012 Navona (P) 2012 Navona

Dulce Jesus mio (Bolivia, 17th Century) [arr. G. Herreid] (Anonyme)

24
Dulce Jesus mio (Bolivia, 17th Century) [arr. G. Herreid]
00:02:42

Piffaro, Ensemble - Grant Herreid, Composer

(C) 2012 Navona (P) 2012 Navona

Senhora del mundo (Portugal, 16th Century) [arr. For chamber ensemble] (Anonyme)

25
Senhora del mundo (Portugal, 16th Century) [arr. For chamber ensemble]
00:03:14

Piffaro, Ensemble - Robert Wiemken, Composer - Tom Zajac, Composer - Christa Patton, Composer - Greg Ingles, Composer - Joan Kimball, Composer - Grant Herreid, Composer

(C) 2012 Navona (P) 2012 Navona

Luz y norte musical (Lucas Ruiz de Ribayaz)

26
Luz y norte musical: Pabanas
00:02:20

Piffaro, Ensemble - Lucas Ruiz de Ribayaz, Composer

(C) 2012 Navona (P) 2012 Navona

Canarios (17th Century) (Anonyme)

27
Canarios (17th Century)
00:02:38

Anonymous, Composer - Piffaro, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2012 Navona (P) 2012 Navona

Seguidillas manchegas (arr. G. Herreid) (Santiago de Murcia)

28
Seguidillas manchegas (Arr. G. Herreid)
00:03:03

Piffaro, Ensemble - Santiago de Murcia, Composer - Grant Herreid, Composer

(C) 2012 Navona (P) 2012 Navona

Versos al organo en duo para chiririmias (Manuel Blasco De Nebra)

29
Versos al organo en duo para chiririmias
00:01:10

Piffaro, Ensemble - Manuel Blasco De Nebra, Composer

(C) 2012 Navona (P) 2012 Navona

Deus in adiutorium meum a 8 (Juan Gutierrez de Padilla)

30
Deus in adiutorium meum a 8
00:01:56

Piffaro, Ensemble - Juan Gutierrez de Padilla, Composer

(C) 2012 Navona (P) 2012 Navona

Album Description

Los Ministriles in the New World is an appealing collection from Piffaro "The Renaissance Band" of instrumental music that would have been known and performed in the 16th and 17th centuries in Latin America in the region extending from Mexico to Peru. Spanish and Portuguese sacred and secular music thrived in the New World as composers and performers emigrated west, and the area had a robust musical culture that also drew on indigenous musical traditions. Piffaro is a diverse ensemble made up of a colorful assortment of instruments -- recorders, bagpipes, shawms, dulcians, sackbuts, harp, plucked and bowed strings, and percussion -- so the album has a wonderful timbral variety, ranging from duets like Zarambeques for harp and vihuela to pieces like Deus in adiutorium meum intende, which employs all the group's members. The repertoire, too, is varied, including transcriptions of sacred vocal music and songs, instrumental pieces and popular dances. The album makes it clear which instruments perform on which tracks, a helpful guide for listeners unfamiliar with some of the more exotic instruments. The sound is bright and lively. This is an album that should be attractive to fans of early music and it makes an excellent, friendly introduction to music of the era for other listeners willing to dip into new territory.
© TiVo

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