Sports football betting appLa Reverie : Cantica.
Recreating traditional music from a modern perspective.
This album, entitled Cantica, is an unusual mixture of early and Spanish music.
Most pieces include spurious parts - as it were. They are our own compositions
and arrangements, whose purpose is to comment on the pieces from the present
time, holding a conversation with that old music.
The idea is to recreate the music of other times from a modern perspective with
music instruments, connecting both worlds, old and new, mixing sounds from both
of them in the same piece of music. This composition technique is what unifies
our repertoire, making it homogeneous.
The members of La Reverie - musicians with long artistic careers - have
performed with renowned and diverse music groups and institutions, such as the
Symphonic Orchestra of Malaga's Higher Conservatory of Music (Spain), Inocu
(Italy), El Sombrero del Alquimista (Spain) and El Tercer Ojo (Bolivia). Their
music has been heard in various cities and festivals, such as the International
Music Festival in Cadaqués (Girona), the Salón de los Espejos (Hall of Mirrors,
the elegant performance venue in Malaga's Town Hall) or Granada's prestigious
International Festival of Music and Dance.
1. Las Tres Hermanicas (tradicional Sefardi - Esteban Canyar)
2. Anda Jaleo (Federico Garcia Lorca - La Reverie)
3. A l'Entrant d'Este (Blondel de Nesle - Esteban Canyar)
4. Adio Querida (tradicional Sefardi - Esteban Canyar)
5. Pues Servicio (Enrique - Cancionero de Palacio)
6. Pensando en Los Muleros (Federico Garcia Lorca - Esteban Canyar)
7. Ay Triste que Vengo (Juan del Encina - Esteban Canyar)
8. Recercada (Diego Ortiz)
9. Adam's Portrait (Adam de la Halle - Esteban Canyar)
10. Pues que Jamas (Juan del Encina)
11. Tres Morillas (Federico Garcia Lorca - La Reverie)
12. Eres Alta y Delgada (Popular Espanol - Esteban Canyar)
13. En el Cafe de Chinitas (Federico Garcia Lorca)
14. Nun hab ich all mein Tag (Arnold Schlick)
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Release date: 02/08/2015
La Reverie lives in Granada Spain
Tagged as: Classical, World, Renaissance, Medieval, Spanish, Composer: Diego Ortiz, Composer: Federico Garcia Lorca, Composer: Juan del Encina, Flute, Folk, Classical Guitar
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