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Episode 5. The Spanish folklore and the end of the battuto-pizzicato style.

13 augustus 2022

Towards the end of the 17th century, solo works for guitar appear for the first time in Spain, in books by Gaspar Sanz and Francisco Guerau. It is worth noting that this music is mainly in the plucked style (punteado in Spanish), and that strummed chords (rasgueado) are largely absent.

Towards the end of the 17th century, solo works for guitar appear for the first time in Spain, in books by Gaspar Sanz and Francisco Guerau. It is worth noting that this music is mainly in the plucked style (punteado in Spanish), and that strummed chords (rasgueado) are largely absent.

Los tres músicos (Diego Velázquez).

After 1700, almost no music in the mixed battuto-pizzicato style appeared anymore in France and Italy. The last book of guitar music from Italy was published by Ludovico Roncalli in 1692, and twenty years after Robert de Visée published his second book (1686), only in 1705 François Campion’s Nouvelles Decouvertes appeared in France.

In this episode, we will also hear the music by Domenico Rainer which was recently rediscovered. In Rainer’s works, we find clearly recognisable parallels with the violin music of Archangelo Corelli.

 

Gaspar Sanz (1640 – 1710)

  1. Canarios
  2. Pavanas

Rolf Lislevand, baroque guitar

(cd Encuentro Sanz & Santa Cruz, Astrée E 8575, 1997)

 

Gaspar Sanz

  1. Canarios

Miguel Rincon, baroque guitar

(cd  Sones del Viejo Mundo, Lindoro NL3042, 2019)

 

José Marin (fl. 2nd half 17th c.)

  1. Sepan todos que muero
  2. Coraçon in Prision

Maria-Luz Álvarez, soprano and Lex Eisenhardt, baroque guitar

(cd Spanish Songbooks, Emergo EC 3928-2, 2000)

 

Ludovico Roncalli (1654–1713)

  1. Allemande

Bernhard Hofstötter, baroque guitar

(cd Roncalli: Complete Guitar Music, Brilliant Classics 95856, 2021)

 

Archangelo Corelli (1653 – 1713)

From Sonata op. 5 nr. 8:

  1. Preludio
  2. Allemanda

The Avison Ensemble

(cd Corelli Opus 5 Violin Sonatas, Linn Records, CKD412, 2013)

 

Archangelo Corelli, arr. Santiago de Murcia (1673 – 1739)

  1. Toccata
  2. Allegro

Stefano Maiorana, baroque guitar

(cd Santiago de Murcia: Entre dos almas, Arcana A484, 2021)

 

Domenico Rainer (fl. c. 1700)

  1. Suite in G minor

– Allemande

– Allegro

– Giga

– Sarabanda

– Gavotta

– Giga dell’ Rainer

Lex Eisenhardt, baroque guitar

(cd Domenico Rainer works for Baroque Guitar, Brilliant Classics 95866, 2019)

 

Santiago de Murcia

  1. Fandango

Stefano Maiorana, baroque guitar

(cd Santiago de Murcia: Entre dos almas, Arcana A484, 2021)

 

Jean-Philippe Rameau (1683 – 1764)

  1. La Villageoise

Sophie Yates, harpsichord

(cd  Rameau: Pièces de Clavecin Vol. 1, Chandos CHN659.2, 2000)

 

François Campion (1686-1747)

  1. Les Soupirs
  2. Gigue la Somptueuse

Lex Eisenhardt, baroque guitar

(personal archive)

 

Domenico Rainer

  1. Giga in B minor

Lex Eisenhardt, baroque guitar

(cd Domenico Rainer works for Baroque Guitar, Brilliant Classics 95866, 2019)


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