EUSKEL ANTIQVA

LEGACY OF THE LAND OF BASQUE

Basque art, rich as no other in influences, has left us, above all, much popular music. It is an eminently musical people and this is one of the reasons why early music is considered as one of the most valuable means of transferring the Basque legacy to the world.

 

The commitment that Euskal Barrokensemble has to itself and to Basque culture leads them to try to present a vision of a cosmopolitan Euskel Herria, linked to the world, a people made up of many times by Muslims, Jews, Christians... whose reflection in language and art It is evident and located in the center of the great art route in Europe that was the Camino de Santiago. A people with evident singularities such as having one of the most unclassifiable and oldest languages ​​in the world, musical instruments that are so similar and different from those of the people that surround it, and that developed their art from the beginning in the same as the neighbors around him.

EUSKEL ANTIQVA

Legacy of the land of Basque

1. Kontrapas. Bernart Etxepare – Herrikoia

2. Perutxoren Kantua. Gaspar Gómez (1536) – Traditional

3. Sibilaren Profezia. Joanes Etxeberri (s. XVI) – Chant liturgique

4. Aragueako Petrika. Traditional

5. Janzu Janto. Cancionero de Palacio

6. Zure begiok nekusenean. Joan Pérez de Lazarraga

7. Ürrütiko Kantorea. Traditional

8. Urruska Fandangoa. Traditional

9. Izan nüzü Prantzian. Traditional – Juan Vásquez

10. Con amores, la mi madre. Johannes de Antxieta

11. Cantar de Urrejola. J.P. de Lazarraga – Traditional

12. Gaiza Zenduan Lenizanok. Traditional – Chanson anonyme

13. Ternuako porrue. Traditional

14. Acuerdo de Judimendi. Chant liturgique Juif

15. Ave Sanctissima. Maria Johannes de Antxieta

16. Koumis-Ezpatadantza. Traditional – Tabassian

17. Hamar Manamenduiak. Bernart Etxepare – Luis Alberto de Gómez

18. Salve Regina. Gonzalo Martínez de Bizkargi

19. Sonata en Re. Mateo Pérez de Albéniz

20. Dianea. Joan Pérez de Lazarraga

21. Barri Onak Dakart. Mss. J.P. de Lazarraga – F. de Salinas

22. Bralea. Traditional

23. Argizagi ederra. Traditional

 

*Arrangement by Enrike Solinís

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CREDITS

 

EUSKAL BARROKENSEMBLE

Maika Etxekopar, Leire Berasaluze, Mikel Etxekopar | Voices

Miren Zeberio | Violin

Sabin Bikandi | Alboka/Txistu

Kiya Tabassian | Setar

Rami Alqhai | Viola da gamba

Pablo Martín Caminero | Violone

Daniel Oyarzabal | Organ

Daniel Garay, Xabier Leturia, David "Chupete" | Percussion

Daniele Carnovich | Bass

David Sagastume | Countertenor

Jesús García Arejula | Baritone

Miguel Zeberio, José Luis Ferro, Pedro Aginaga | Choir

Asier Hernández Landa, Teresa López de Munain, Vicente Gavira | Narrators

Enrike Solinís | Vihuela, Lavta, Lute, Theorbo, Guitar, Artistic Direction

Jordi Gil (Sputnik Studio) | Mixing and mastering | February 2015

Recorded by Aurelio Martínez in San Blas, Tolosa and Transforma Audio, Donostia

November 2014 | (p) & © 2015 ALIAVOX

www.alia-vox.com

Catalogue: AVSA9910

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