Flores de Música

Flores de Música
Item# ORG-7208
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Product Description

Iberian organ music from the 16th until the 18th century was very closely linked to the liturgy of the Spanish church. The composers heard here represent the full spectrum of characteristic styles of the Spanish and Portuguese schools from every major epoch. The famous organs (“Evangelio” and the larger “Epistola”) played by José Luis González Uriol are in the Cathedral of Santa Maria in Ciudad Rodrigo, Salamanca, and were built by Pedro Livorno Echevarría in 1725-27 and restored by the Swiss builders Carmen and Hans Späth in 1994-2001.



DE HEREDIA:
Salve de Primer tono por delasolre
Pange lingua a 3 sobre Bajo por Cesolfaut
Pange lingua La Reyna de los Pangelingua

CARREIRA:
Cançâo a 4 glosada

DE SOTO:
Tiento de VI° tono

DE SOLA:Tiento de VI° tono

ANONYMOUS:
Flasas cromáticas
Discurso de 1° Tom

NASSARRE:
Tocata de Primer tono
Tiento a 4

DE MEBRA:
Batalla de Clarines

SEIXAS:
Sonata para orgâo em la menor

DE DEUS:
Fuga en Re

DURÓN:
Gaytilla de Primer tono de mano izquieda

COSUENDA:
Sonata en Re

LOPEZ:
Verso de V° tono Pastorela
Verso de II° tono