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Archivo de Guatemala: Music from the Guatemala City Cathedral Archive ()

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Archivo de Guatemala: Music from the Guatemala City Cathedral Archive - El Mundo; Richard Savino (conductor)
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  1. Pastoras Alegres, for vocals & continuo
  2. Gitanillas Vienen, for vocals & continuo
  3. Folías, for guitar (Instrucción de música sobre la guitarra española, Book 2)
  4. Ángeles del Cielo, for vocals & continuo
  5. Work(s): Violin Sonatas Nos. 26-27 - Cantabile - Allegro
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  1. Pastoras Alegres, for vocals & continuo
  2. Gitanillas Vienen, for vocals & continuo
  3. Folías, for guitar (Instrucción de música sobre la guitarra española, Book 2)
  4. Ángeles del Cielo, for vocals & continuo
  5. Work(s): Violin Sonatas Nos. 26-27 - Cantabile - Allegro
  6. Work(s): Al demonio - Si perfecciona el Altísimo
  7. Ay de mí, que el llanto y la tristezam, cantada for voice & continuo
  8. Vaja de Jácara amigos!
  9. Sonate da camera a tre, for 2 violins & violone (or harpsichord) in G major ("Ciacona"), Op. 2/12
  10. Vaya pues rompiendo el ayre, Christmas jácara for voice & continuo
  11. Sosiega tu quebranto, cantata for voice, violin & continuo
  12. Clarines suaves
  13. Sonata for guitar No. 8 (Explicación para tocar la guitarra)
  14. Sonata for guitar No. 9 (Explicación para tocar la guitarra)
  15. Jesús, Jesús, Jesús, y lo que sube, villancico
  16. Negros de Guaranganá, for vocals & continuo
  17. Convidando está la noche, song
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A generation ago, Baroque music of Latin America was mostly the province of specialists. Various musicians, notably the great Jordi Savall, have opened up the trove of manuscripts held in the region's cathedrals and libraries, but there is still much to discover. This collection of music from the Guatemala City Cathedral Archive, for example, includes many world premieres, and for this reason alone, it's worthwhile. It's also delightful, with many of the revelatory qualities found in earlier recordings of music from Mexico, ...

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