Si la noche...
Spanish Renaissance music for voice and recorder consort
In this program: Guerrero, Vásquez, Encina, Ortiz, Carceres, Victoria ...
Si la noche... is a 2020 creation. This program is the result of an artistic and human encounter with the singer Marion Grange.
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The Spanish Golden Age, a period of cultural influence which overlaps the Renaissance and the Baroque period, saw the birth of great composers such as Francisco Guerrero, Tomás Luis de Victoria, Antonio de Cabezón, Diego Ortiz. This period of great artistic vigor leaves behind many masterpieces that the musicians of the Consort Brouillamini have chosen to highlight alongside the soprano Marion Grange for a music program that is one hundred percent Spanish.
The virtuoso pieces by Diego Ortiz from his Trattado de Glosas such as his Recercadas on Pierre Sandrin's song Doulce mémoire, or the organ diminution by Hernando de Cabezón on the French song Susanne un jour by Roland de Lassus will accompany the polyphonies of one of the most emblematic Spanish composers of his generation: Tomás Luis de Victoria.
To complete this program, the Consort Brouillamini and Marion Grange will interpret some of the most beautiful musical jewels extracted from cancionero of Uppsala and Palacio.