Coro Polifónico Eborae Musica, December 15

I’ll be singing tomorrow (December 15), 21:30, with Coro Polifónico Eborae Musica, directed by Pedro Teixeira, at the church of Convent of Remédios in Évora. This concert is integrated in the annual festival “Música no Inverno” (Music in the Winter) promoted by the association Eborae Musica. We will perform medieval marian songs from the Cantigas de Santa Maria and the Llibre Vermell de Montserrat, Renaissance madrigals and chansons and Portuguese traditional music for Christmas harmonised by 20th-century Portuguese composers.

Programme:

Cânticos marianos na Península Ibérica Medieval, Madrigais e canções francesas, Cantos de Natal
tradicionais portugueses
Llibre Vermell de Montserrat (séc. XIV)
Imperayritz de la ciutat joyosa
Splendens ceptigera
Cantigas de Santa Maria (séc. XIII)
O que pola virgen leixa
Llibre Vermell de Montserrat (séc. XIV)
Laudemus virginem
Mariam Matrem
Madrigais e canções renascentistas: Flandres, Itália e Inglaterra
Nos 450 anos sobre o nascimento de Thomas Morley
Orlando di Lasso – Mon coeur se recommande à vous
Jacques Arcadelt – Il bianco e dolce cigno
Adriano Banchieri – Contrapunto bestiale alla mente a 5
John Dowland – Come again!
Thomas Morley – Now is the month of maying a 5
Thomas Morley – Fyer! Fyer! a 6
Quatro cantos de natividade tradicionais portugueses
Fernando Lopes Graça – Do varão nasceu a vara (Beira Litoral)
Fernando Lopes Graça – Confusa perdida
Fernando Lopes Graça – Partidos são de Oriente (Reis)
Eurico Carrapatoso – Ó meu menino (Pias, Alentejo)
Quatro canções do mundo
Zoltan Kodaly – Esti dal! (Hungria)
Jorge Bradley – Angüé (Panamá)
Eurico Carrapatoso – Tiko funa (Tete, Moçambique)
Eurico Carrapatoso – Lilo eh! (Timor Leste)

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