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March 11, 2017 Program

TSH 1711: MEXICO'S CHORAL TRADITION (March 11-17)

Choral works from the 17th century to the 21rst, presented by Vocal Essence, Andrew Lawrence King and the Harp Consort, and others. Over four centuries of Mexican choral music, from 17th-century master Juan Garcia de Zéspedes and Juan Gutiérrez de Padilla to contemporary composers Guillermo Álvarez Navarro and Sergio Cárdenas.

PLAYLIST

Juan García de Zéspedes
Guaracha: "Convidando está la noche"
Andrew Lawrence-King: The Harp Consort
Missa Mexicana
Harmonia Mundi 2907293

Juan Gutiérrez de Padilla
Missa Ave Regina
Los Angeles Chamber Singers' Cappella; Peter Rutenberg, Director
Padilla: Sun of Justice
RCM 12006

Sergio Cárdenas: "El Carretero;" "México canta en la ronda de mis canciones;" "Aleluya, Alelú"
Guillermo Alvarez Navarro: "La Señal"
Vocal Essence Ensemble Singers; Gerardo Rábago, conductor
Live concert recording

Anonymous
Negrilla: A siolo flasiquiyo
Andrew Lawrence-King: The Harp Consort
Missa Mexicana
Harmonia Mundi 2907293

Opening and closing theme for "The Spanish Hour:"
Falla: El sombrero de tres picos: La danza de los vecinos, transcribed and performed by Paco de Lucía
Philips 836 032-2