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Sanz: Instruccíon de Música

Jose Miguel Moreno, Orphenica Lyra

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As the lusty semi-popular vocal styles of the Spanish Baroque have gained prominence, the instrumental music of the era that in many cases forms its natural counterpart is being recorded. The Instrucción de Música sobre la guitarra española of Gaspar Sanz (1674), which is somewhere between a true instruction manual and a collection of music, which would have been known only to specialists even in the last decades of the 20th century, has received several recordings. This one, recorded in the year 2000 by Spaniard José Miguel Moreno, lies somewhere near the interpretive mean, and it makes both a safe and an enjoyable choice. The pieces, all quite short, include dances, imitative and programmatic works (the Batalla or battle piece, track 12, has counterparts in many other European traditions of the time), pieces based on vocal models, and ground-bass pieces like the Chacona that concludes the set. Some of the genres, like the vigorous Canarios and the Mariçapalos (or Marizápalos) will be familiar to fans of Jordi Savall's successful recordings of the Spanish repertory. Also familiar to Savall's listeners, but much less so to lovers of other European guitar traditions, will be the presence of an accompanmental group, with theorbo and/or tiple and percussion. This music has sometimes been performed without the accompaniment, but it's pretty clear from Sanz's own writings that he had one in mind. It's also possible to add a larger percussion contingent; the percussion here, from the ubiquitous Pedro Estevan, is light but lively. The understanding of how this music should be performed is still evolving, but Moreno's readings feel natural and integrated, and he's quite an expressive player whose way of taking a little time in the opening bars of a piece brings home the fact that Sanz in his own time would have been a renowned and charismatic performer. Glossa's sound, recorded in a music conservatory auditorium, is ideal, with guitar sounds coming through only in intense, silent passages. The booklet notes, in English, French, German, and Spanish, go into quite a bit of detail about the performance issues surrounding this music, but this release can be recommended even to those with a more general interest.
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Instrucción de música (Gaspar Sanz)

1
Canarios (1)
00:04:09

Gaspar Sanz, Composer - Jose Miguel Moreno, Artist, MainArtist - Orphenica Lyra, Ensemble

(C) 2020 Glossa (P) 2020 Glossa

Instrucción de Música, Book 2 (Excerpts Arr. for Chamber Ensemble) (Gaspar Sanz)

2
No. 17, Marionas
00:05:29

Gaspar Sanz, Composer - Jose Miguel Moreno, Artist, MainArtist - Orphenica Lyra, Ensemble

(C) 2020 Glossa (P) 2020 Glossa

3
No. 8, Zarabanda
00:02:19

Gaspar Sanz, Composer - Jose Miguel Moreno, Artist, MainArtist - Orphenica Lyra, Ensemble

(C) 2020 Glossa (P) 2020 Glossa

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No. 37, Clarín de los Mosqueteros del Rey de Francia
00:01:35

Gaspar Sanz, Composer - Jose Miguel Moreno, Artist, MainArtist - Orphenica Lyra, Ensemble

(C) 2020 Glossa (P) 2020 Glossa

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No. 28, La Cavallería de Nápoles con Dos Clarines
00:02:03

Gaspar Sanz, Composer - Jose Miguel Moreno, Artist, MainArtist - Orphenica Lyra, Ensemble

(C) 2020 Glossa (P) 2020 Glossa

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No. 33, La Esfachata de Napoles
00:01:06

Gaspar Sanz, Composer - Jose Miguel Moreno, Artist, MainArtist - Orphenica Lyra, Ensemble

(C) 2020 Glossa (P) 2020 Glossa

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No. 27, Clarines y Trompetas
00:02:22

Gaspar Sanz, Composer - Jose Miguel Moreno, Artist, MainArtist - Orphenica Lyra, Ensemble

(C) 2020 Glossa (P) 2020 Glossa

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No. 35, La Minina de Portugal
00:01:25

Gaspar Sanz, Composer - Jose Miguel Moreno, Artist, MainArtist - Orphenica Lyra, Ensemble

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No. 29, Canciones
00:00:44

Gaspar Sanz, Composer - Jose Miguel Moreno, Artist, MainArtist - Orphenica Lyra, Ensemble

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No. 31, La Coquina Francesa
00:01:15

Gaspar Sanz, Composer - Jose Miguel Moreno, Artist, MainArtist - Orphenica Lyra, Ensemble

(C) 2020 Glossa (P) 2020 Glossa

Instrucción de Música, Book 1 (Excerpts Arr. for Chamber Ensemble) (Gaspar Sanz)

11
No. 31, Torneo
00:01:40

Gaspar Sanz, Composer - Jose Miguel Moreno, Artist, MainArtist - Orphenica Lyra, Ensemble

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No. 32, Batalla
00:00:54

Gaspar Sanz, Composer - Jose Miguel Moreno, Artist, MainArtist - Orphenica Lyra, Ensemble

(C) 2020 Glossa (P) 2020 Glossa

Instrucción de Música, Book 2 (Excerpts Arr. for Chamber Ensemble) (Gaspar Sanz)

13
No. 12, Son Españoletas por Otro Punto las Que Se Siguen
00:03:15

Gaspar Sanz, Composer - Jose Miguel Moreno, Artist, MainArtist - Orphenica Lyra, Ensemble

(C) 2020 Glossa (P) 2020 Glossa

14
No. 5, Rujero
00:01:00

Gaspar Sanz, Composer - Jose Miguel Moreno, Artist, MainArtist - Orphenica Lyra, Ensemble

(C) 2020 Glossa (P) 2020 Glossa

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No. 6, Paradetas
00:00:50

Gaspar Sanz, Composer - Jose Miguel Moreno, Artist, MainArtist - Orphenica Lyra, Ensemble

(C) 2020 Glossa (P) 2020 Glossa

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No. 2, Las Hachas
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Gaspar Sanz, Composer - Jose Miguel Moreno, Artist, MainArtist - Orphenica Lyra, Ensemble

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No. 18, Mariçapalos
00:03:46

Gaspar Sanz, Composer - Jose Miguel Moreno, Artist, MainArtist - Orphenica Lyra, Ensemble

(C) 2020 Glossa (P) 2020 Glossa

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No. 7, Matachín
00:01:38

Gaspar Sanz, Composer - Jose Miguel Moreno, Artist, MainArtist - Orphenica Lyra, Ensemble

(C) 2020 Glossa (P) 2020 Glossa

Instrucción de Música, Book 1 (Excerpts Arr. for Chamber Ensemble) (Gaspar Sanz)

19
No. 33, Passacalles Sobre la D con Muchas Diferencias
00:04:08

Gaspar Sanz, Composer - Jose Miguel Moreno, Artist, MainArtist - Orphenica Lyra, Ensemble

(C) 2020 Glossa (P) 2020 Glossa

Instrucción de Música, Book 2 (Excerpts Arr. for Chamber Ensemble) (Gaspar Sanz)

20
No. 16, Villanos
00:02:23

Gaspar Sanz, Composer - Jose Miguel Moreno, Artist, MainArtist - Orphenica Lyra, Ensemble

(C) 2020 Glossa (P) 2020 Glossa

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No. 22, Pavana por la D
00:02:52

Gaspar Sanz, Composer - Jose Miguel Moreno, Artist, MainArtist - Orphenica Lyra, Ensemble

(C) 2020 Glossa (P) 2020 Glossa

Instrucción de música (Gaspar Sanz)

22
Canarios (2)
00:02:16

Gaspar Sanz, Composer - Jose Miguel Moreno, Artist, MainArtist - Orphenica Lyra, Ensemble

(C) 2020 Glossa (P) 2020 Glossa

Instrucción de Música, Book 2 (Excerpts Arr. for Chamber Ensemble) (Gaspar Sanz)

23
No. 11, Espanoletas
00:04:29

Gaspar Sanz, Composer - Jose Miguel Moreno, Artist, MainArtist - Orphenica Lyra, Ensemble

(C) 2020 Glossa (P) 2020 Glossa

24
No. 34, La Miñona de Cataluña
00:01:10

Gaspar Sanz, Composer - Jose Miguel Moreno, Artist, MainArtist - Orphenica Lyra, Ensemble

(C) 2020 Glossa (P) 2020 Glossa

25
No. 30, La Garzona
00:01:46

Gaspar Sanz, Composer - Jose Miguel Moreno, Artist, MainArtist - Orphenica Lyra, Ensemble

(C) 2020 Glossa (P) 2020 Glossa

Instrucción de música (Gaspar Sanz)

26
Jácaras
00:02:06

Gaspar Sanz, Composer - Jose Miguel Moreno, Artist, MainArtist - Orphenica Lyra, Ensemble

(C) 2020 Glossa (P) 2020 Glossa

Instrucción de Música, Book 2 (Excerpts Arr. for Chamber Ensemble) (Gaspar Sanz)

27
No. 36, Dos Trompetas de la Reyna de Suecia
00:00:58

Gaspar Sanz, Composer - Jose Miguel Moreno, Artist, MainArtist - Orphenica Lyra, Ensemble

(C) 2020 Glossa (P) 2020 Glossa

28
No. 4, Folías
00:03:19

Gaspar Sanz, Composer - Jose Miguel Moreno, Artist, MainArtist - Orphenica Lyra, Ensemble

(C) 2020 Glossa (P) 2020 Glossa

29
No. 32, Lantururú
00:01:38

Gaspar Sanz, Composer - Jose Miguel Moreno, Artist, MainArtist - Orphenica Lyra, Ensemble

(C) 2020 Glossa (P) 2020 Glossa

Instrucción de música (Gaspar Sanz)

30
Canarios (3)
00:03:18

Gaspar Sanz, Composer - Jose Miguel Moreno, Artist, MainArtist - Orphenica Lyra, Ensemble

(C) 2020 Glossa (P) 2020 Glossa

Instrucción de Música, Book 2 (Excerpts Arr. for Chamber Ensemble) (Gaspar Sanz)

31
No. 10, Chacona
00:05:17

Gaspar Sanz, Composer - Jose Miguel Moreno, Artist, MainArtist - Orphenica Lyra, Ensemble

(C) 2020 Glossa (P) 2020 Glossa

Album Description

As the lusty semi-popular vocal styles of the Spanish Baroque have gained prominence, the instrumental music of the era that in many cases forms its natural counterpart is being recorded. The Instrucción de Música sobre la guitarra española of Gaspar Sanz (1674), which is somewhere between a true instruction manual and a collection of music, which would have been known only to specialists even in the last decades of the 20th century, has received several recordings. This one, recorded in the year 2000 by Spaniard José Miguel Moreno, lies somewhere near the interpretive mean, and it makes both a safe and an enjoyable choice. The pieces, all quite short, include dances, imitative and programmatic works (the Batalla or battle piece, track 12, has counterparts in many other European traditions of the time), pieces based on vocal models, and ground-bass pieces like the Chacona that concludes the set. Some of the genres, like the vigorous Canarios and the Mariçapalos (or Marizápalos) will be familiar to fans of Jordi Savall's successful recordings of the Spanish repertory. Also familiar to Savall's listeners, but much less so to lovers of other European guitar traditions, will be the presence of an accompanmental group, with theorbo and/or tiple and percussion. This music has sometimes been performed without the accompaniment, but it's pretty clear from Sanz's own writings that he had one in mind. It's also possible to add a larger percussion contingent; the percussion here, from the ubiquitous Pedro Estevan, is light but lively. The understanding of how this music should be performed is still evolving, but Moreno's readings feel natural and integrated, and he's quite an expressive player whose way of taking a little time in the opening bars of a piece brings home the fact that Sanz in his own time would have been a renowned and charismatic performer. Glossa's sound, recorded in a music conservatory auditorium, is ideal, with guitar sounds coming through only in intense, silent passages. The booklet notes, in English, French, German, and Spanish, go into quite a bit of detail about the performance issues surrounding this music, but this release can be recommended even to those with a more general interest.
© TiVo

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