• Greensleeves» Jeffrey Thompson (tenor) and Daniel Zapico (theorbo)

    Greensleeves Jeffrey Thompson (tenor) and Daniel Zapico (theorbo)

    An excerpt from the cd An Englishman’s Ballad.

    Jeffrey Thompson’s first CD for Flora is all about a life’s journey through time, emotions, and memories.

    The tenor gives us a fantastic spectrum of his vocal and dramatic capacities, painting with extreme variety the depths of human feelings or on the contrary lightness of pure joy and folly… as we can find only in English baroque poetry, on music by John Blow, Jeremiah Clarke, Nicholas Lanier and Henry Purcell (such as the famous Here, let my Life).

    Accompanied by his beloved continuo players Daniel Zapico on the baroque guitar and theorbo, and Philippe Pierlot on the viola da gamba, a must-have for your dark winter eve’s.

    http://www.labelflora.net/

     

  • Stradella // La Doriclea by Il Pomo d’Oro & Andrea De Carlo

    Alessandro Stradella’s place in the annals of the history of music is not only due to the adventurous circumstances that marked his brief existence, but also to the reputation as a opera composer he has acquired since the 18th century. Inaccessible for many decades to specialists and scholars, La Doriclea is definitely the least known of all Stradella’s operas. However, it constitutes a particularly significant chapter in his overall output: composed in Rome during the early 1670s, to our knowledge La Doriclea represents the first opera entirely composed by Stradella. From the dramatic point of view, La Doriclea belongs to the comedy of intrigue genre typical of the 17th century Spanish theatre tradition. Refined and amusing, it alternates touching lamentos with irresistibly comic scenes, in which the character of Giraldo, a veritable precursor of the basso buffo, allows us to glimpse Rossinian atmospheres. Emőke Baráth (Doriclea) and Xavier Sabata (Fidalbo) alongside Giuseppina Bridelli (Lucinda) and Luca Cervoni (Celindo) and the comic couple of Delfina (Gabriella Martellacci) and Giraldo (Riccardo Novaro) bring a complex and fascinating role-playing game to life. This world premiere release of La Doriclea is a major achievement for The Stradella Project, which here reaches its fifth volume.

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  • Daniel Zapico – Couperin/ Les Barricades Mystérieuses (live @TivoliVredenburg Utrecht)

    Theorbe player Daniel Zapico performs Les Barricades Mystérieuses composed by François Couperin. Couperin (1668 – 1733) is mostly know for his harpsichord compositions, but he also composed for gamba.

    Broadcast June 10th 10.30 a.m. (GMT +1) more music: https://www.vpro.nl/vrijegeluiden

    This video was recorded in TivoliVredenburg for VPRO Vrije Geluiden: music program made by the Dutch public broadcast organization VPRO.

  • Philippe Pierlot & Daniel Zapico/ F. Couperin/ Prélude & Gavotte (live @TivoliVredenburg Utrecht)

    Philippe Pierlot (viola da gamba) and Daniel Zapico (theorbe) perform Prélude and Gavotte composed by François Couperin.

    Couperin (1668 – 1733) is mostly know for his harpsichord compositions, but his gamba pieces are outstanding and challenging for gambist because Couperin composed without knowing the limitations of the gamba.

    Broadcast June 10th 10.30 a.m. (GMT +1) more music: https://www.vpro.nl/vrijegeluiden

    This video was recorded in TivoliVredenburg for VPRO Vrije Geluiden: music program made by the Dutch public broadcast organization VPRO.

  • Robert de Visée: Prélude et La Muzette, Rondeau [LIVE]

    Live recording during the concert by Ricercar Consort at Eglise de Charneux-Herve, 17th December 2017.

    Prélude et La Muzette, Rondeau – Robert de Visée (ca.1655 – 1732-3)
    Manuscrit Vaudry de Saizenay, Paris 1699.

    DANIEL ZAPICO, théorbe

  • Neapolitan Concertos for various instruments by La Ritirata

    Making of video by Noah Shaye The Neapolitan Baroque, especially in the first half of the eighteenth century, was a vibrant and vital time for instrumental music, as Josetxu Obregón and La Ritirata now demonstrate with their new recording of six concertos from that era. The Neapolitan school – which owed so much in its formation to Francesco Provenzale – flourished in the hands of Francesco Mancini, Nicola Porpora, Nicola Fiorenza, Giovanni Battista Pergolesi and Alessandro Scarlatti, all represented with concertos on this new Glossa recording.
    The four major conservatories in the city created an astonishingly productive and innovative environment for musicians – students and their teachers alike. The composers here all studied or worked in the conservatories or at the Cappella Real. The Neapolitan concerto had its own structure at this time, which was quite different to that found in the Venice of Vivaldi, and there was a constant competitive spirit for soloists to demonstrate their virtuosity.
    As they showed with their earlier Glossa recording of Il Spiritillo Brando, the members of La Ritirata are more than a match for their Neapolitan predecessors in both stylishness and technique. The soloists gathered by Josetxu Obregón represent some of the leading musical lights in Spain today: violinist Hiro Kurosaki (in a Fiorenza concerto), recorder-player Tamar Lalo (Scarlatti and Mancini), harpsichordists Ignacio Prego and Daniel Oyarzabal (Pergolesi) and not least, Obregón himself who is the cello soloist in works by Fiorenza and Porpora.

     

  • Forma Antiqva – Concerto Zapico – Live at Café Comercial – 2017

    11 de diciembre de 2017 / December 11th 2017
    Café Comercial (Madrid, Spain)
    The London Music N1ghts

    «El trío de música antigua Forma Antiqva lleva su historicismo ágil y hedonista al Café Comercial (Madrid) en The London Music N1ghts»
    El País

    «Forma Antiqva propone un viaje al corazón del barroco con absoluta desinhibición y maestría, en una especie de jam session atemporal y transgresora»
    La Fonoteca Música Española

    © Gracias a The London Nº1 por la creación y cesión del vídeo
    © Thank you to The London Nº1 for making this video and kind cession to our YouTube profile

    FORMA ANTIQVA
    Aarón Zapico, clave / harpsichord
    Daniel Zapico, tiorba / theorbo
    Pablo Zapico, guitarra barroca / Baroque guitar

  • FORMA ANTIQVA – Concerto Zapico – Live in Cabrils – 2017

    Grabación en directo / Live recording
    16 de junio de 2017 / June 16th 2017
    Cabrils (Barcelona, Spain)
    Festival de Música MUSICAB

    FORMA ANTIQVA
    Aarón Zapico, clave / harpsichord
    Daniel Zapico, tiorba / theorbo
    Pablo Zapico, guitarra barroca / Baroque guitar

    «Concerto Zapico»
    00:05 Xácara, Anónimo (ed. Antonio Martín y Coll, 1709)
    00:44 Allegro, Santiago de Murcia (1673 – 1739)
    02:22 Preludio, Ludovico Roncalli
    02:43 Passacaglia, Giovanni Girolamo Kapsperger (ca.1580 – 1651)
    04:14 Alemanda de Coreli, Anónimo (ed. Francisco Tejada)
    04:40 Jacaras, Gaspar Sanz (ca.1640 – ca.1710)
    05:55 Bergamasca, Giovanni Battista Vitali (1632 – 1692)

  • STRADELLA // Santa Pelagia // Andrea De Carlo and Ensemble Mare Nostrum

    ALESSANDRO STRADELLA
    Santa Pelagia (The Stradella Project, vol. 4)
    Ensemble Mare Nostrum, Andrea de Carlo (dir.)
    Roberta Mameli (Santa Pelagia, soprano), Raffaele Pe (Religione, contratenor), Luca Cervoni (Nonno, tenor), Sergio Foresti (Mondo, basse)

    With this fourth installment of the Stradella Project, Andrea De Carlo and Ensemble Mare Nostrum continue their exploration of the oratorio output, following the recent rediscoveries of San Giovanni Crisostomo and Santa Editta.
    A pretty dancing-girl at the imperial court of Antioch in Syria, Pelagia, is the object of rivalry between an evil angel, Mondo (the World), urging her to enjoy life to the full before old age destroys her beauty, and Bishop Nonno of Edessa, who with the help of a good angel, Religione, invites her to a life in the service of God. Pelagia succumbs to the flattery offered by Mondo, but just as the latter is celebrating his victory, she retires unexpectedly to a lonely cave in the wilderness where she can dedicate the rest of her life to the loving service of God. Stradella cannot resist revealing his point of view about this sudden change, giving the oratorio a surprise ending. Soprano Roberta Mameli offers us a complex and seductive portrayal of the title role, surrounded by a distinguished cast including Sergio Foresti as Mondo, Raffaele Pe as Religione and Luca Cervoni as Nonno.
    As in previous instalments, the recording was made within the framework of the Alessandro Stradella International Festival in Nepi, the composer’s birthplace.

  • TIENTO NUOVO & Ignacio Prego @ the Zimmermann Café

    ‘Una Noche en el Zimmermann’ / ‘A Night at the Zimmermann’

    Music by Fasch, Handel, Vivaldi, Bach…

    Hiro Kurosaki & Emmanuel Resche, violins
    Maria Martinez, cello
    Daniel Zapico, tiorba
    Ignacio Prego, clave & dirección artística

    Auditorio Paco de Lucía de Alcobendas, Madrid, España. Enero 2017

    Noah Shaye Audiovisuals

  • Forma Antiqva – «Santa Bárbara bendita», o «Nel pozu María Luisa» [LIVE]

    «Santa Bárbara bendita», o «Nel pozu María Luisa», es un himno triste de la minería asturiana. Allí, en 1949, murieron 17 mineros por una explosión de grisú. Este es el ensayo de grabación para la serie documental «Patrimoniu» (dirigida por Marcos Martínez Merino) que emitirá su segundo capítulo el próximo martes, 7 de febrero, a las 22:10, en RadioTelevisión del Principado de Asturias, donde estarán Aarón Zapico, Daniel Zapico y Pablo Zapico, naturales de Langreo, de donde es el ‘pozu’.

    FORMA ANTIQVA
    Daniel Zapico, tiorba
    Pablo Zapico, archilaúd
    Aarón Zapico, clave

  • STRADELLA // Santa Pelagia (The Stradella Project, vol. 4) // Ensemble Mare Nostrum

    ALESSANDRO STRADELLA
    Santa Pelagia (The Stradella Project, vol. 4)
    Ensemble Mare Nostrum, Andrea de Carlo (dir.)
    Roberta Mameli (Santa Pelagia, soprano), Raffaele Pe (Religione, contratenor), Luca Cervoni (Nonno, tenor), Sergio Foresti (Mondo, basse)

    With this fourth instalment of the Stradella Project, Andrea De Carlo and Ensemble Mare Nostrum continue their exploration of the oratorio output, following the recent rediscoveries of San Giovanni Crisostomo and Santa Editta.
    A pretty dancing-girl at the imperial court of Antioch in Syria, Pelagia, is the object of rivalry between an evil angel, Mondo (the World), urging her to enjoy life to the full before old age destroys her beauty, and Bishop Nonno of Edessa, who with the help of a good angel, Religione, invites her to a life in the service of God. Pelagia succumbs to the flattery offered by Mondo, but just as the latter is celebrating his victory, she retires unexpectedly to a lonely cave in the wilderness where she can dedicate the rest of her life to the loving service of God. Stradella cannot resist revealing his point of view about this sudden change, giving the oratorio a surprise ending.
    Soprano Roberta Mameli offers us a complex and seductive portrayal of the title role, surrounded by a distinguished cast including Sergio Foresti as Mondo, Raffaele Pe as Religione and Luca Cervoni as Nonno.
    As in previous instalments, the recording was made within the framework of the Alessandro Stradella International Festival in Nepi, the composer’s birthplace.

  • Pera Ensemble – «Café: o Oriente encontra o Ocidente» (Brasil, noviembre 2016)

    Pera é o nome de um bairro em Istambul, na Turquia, onde nos últimos 2000 anos tem coexistido uma miríade de culturas e religiões. Assim também é a composição do Pera Ensemble, que reúne especialistas da música historicamente informada da Europa ao lado da elite da música turca. Como já se pode imaginar, o grupo explora a tradição da música antiga, mas não a trata como uma relíquia cultural.

    A ideia é integrar Oriente e Ocidente, passado e presente musical, criando um universo original e cujo principal objetivo é despertar as emoções dos ouvintes. O Pera foi fundado em 2005 pelos músicos Mehmet Cemal Yesilcay e Ihsan Ozer, ambos nativos de Istambul e membros fundadores da Ensemble Sarband.

    O grupo já rodou o mundo em colaboração com outros ensembles, como Hesperion XXI e Concerto Köln, além de se
    apresentarem em salas e festivais prestigiados, como Händel Festspiele Halle, Festival de Música Schleswig Holstein
    e a sala Philharmonie, em Berlim. O Pera Ensemble conta com uma expressiva discografia, que explora as diversas
    relações entre a música antiga, o Oriente e o Ocidente, em registros como “One Gold: Psalms and Hymns from
    Orient & Ocident” (2010), “Café – Oriente encontra o Ocidente” (2012), “Momenti d’Amore” (2015) e o recém-lançado “Carnaval Oriental” (2016), em parceria com a orquestra L’Arte del Mondo.

    PROGRAMA: “Café: o Oriente encontra o Ocidente”

  • Forma Antiqva: «Crudo Amor», A. Steffani – LIVE [06]

    CRUDO AMOR
    Chamber duets from Agostino Steffani (1654-1728)
    Live at Auditorio Nacional, Madrid (Spain). June 2016.
    Crudo Amor (ca.1702?)

    FORMA ANTIQVA
    Eugenia Boix, soprano
    Carlos Mena, countertenor
    Ruth Verona, violoncello
    Daniel Zapico, theorbo
    Pablo Zapico, Baroque guitar
    Aarón Zapico, harpsichord & direction

  • Forma Antiqva: «Occhi, perché piangete», A. Steffani – LIVE [05]

    CRUDO AMOR
    Chamber duets from Agostino Steffani (1654-1728)
    Live at Auditorio Nacional, Madrid (Spain). June 2016.
    Occhi, perché piangete (ca.1702?)

    FORMA ANTIQVA
    Eugenia Boix, soprano
    Carlos Mena, countertenor
    Ruth Verona, violoncello
    Daniel Zapico, theorbo
    Pablo Zapico, Baroque guitar
    Aarón Zapico, harpsichord & direction

  • Forma Antiqva: «Dimmi, dimmi, Cupido», A. Steffani – LIVE [03]

    CRUDO AMOR
    Chamber duets from Agostino Steffani (1654-1728)
    Live at Auditorio Nacional, Madrid (Spain). June 2016.
    Dimmi, dimmi, Cupido (ca.1688)

    FORMA ANTIQVA
    Eugenia Boix, soprano
    Carlos Mena, countertenor
    Ruth Verona, violoncello
    Daniel Zapico, theorbo
    Pablo Zapico, Baroque guitar
    Aarón Zapico, harpsichord & direction

  • Forma Antiqva: «Begl’occhi, oh Dio, non più», A. Steffani – LIVE [01]

    CRUDO AMOR
    Chamber duets from Agostino Steffani (1654-1728)
    Live at Auditorio Nacional, Madrid (Spain). June 2016.
    Begl’occhi, oh Dio, non più (1699)

    FORMA ANTIQVA
    Eugenia Boix, soprano
    Carlos Mena, countertenor
    Ruth Verona, violoncello
    Daniel Zapico, theorbo
    Pablo Zapico, Baroque guitar
    Aarón Zapico, harpsichord & direction

  • Daniel Zapico – G. G. Kapsperger: Toccata Terza [LIVE]

    https://youtu.be/hf-e7osdP9c?list=PLC28B4916922FD5E8

    CRUDO AMOR
    Chamber duets from Agostino Steffani (1654-1728)
    Live at Auditorio Nacional, Madrid (Spain). June 2016.
    Instrumental interlude: Toccata Terza from G. G. Kapsperger (ca.1580-1651) by Daniel Zapico, theorbo.

  • A. Stradella: «Santa Editta» by Mare Nostrum and Andrea De Carlo – Official Album Trailer

    ALESSANDRO STRADELLA
    SANTA EDITTA: VERGINE E MONACA, REGINA D’INGHILERRA
    Ensemble Mare Nostrum, Andrea De Carlo

    With this third installment of the Stradella Project, Andrea De Carlo and Ensemble Mare Nostrum continue the exploration of the oratorio output, following the recent rediscovery of San Giovanni Crisostomo.

    An historical figure from the 10th century, Edith of Wilton was an English nun of noble birth, and legend has it that she refused the opportunity of taking the throne, causing the aversion of a faction of nobles.

    The title role of Stradella’s oratorio, Edith is disputed between various allegorical characters: on the one hand Humiltà, pushing her to a chaste monastic life, on the other hand the mundane figures of Grandezza, Bellezza, Nobiltà and Senso, all inviting her to become Queen and enjoy the pleasures of life. In the end, Edith will ignore the strong arguments submitted by the latter in favour of the advice from an arrogant Humiltà, a sort of alter ego of the Queen who was not to be.

    The Argentine soprano Verónica Cangemi offers us an emotional portrayal of the title role, surrounded by a distinguished cast, including Francesca Aspromonte as Nobility, Gabriella Martellacci as Greatness, Fernando Guimaraes as Beauty, Sergio Foresti as Sensuality, and Claudia Di Carlo as Humility.

    As in previous installments, recording was made within the framework of the Alessandro Stradella International Festival in Nepi, the composer’s birthplace.

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  • DIDO Y ENEAS – ‘When Monarchs Unite… Whence Could So Much Virtue Spring? I Teatro Real

    Dido & Eneas, A Hipster Tale: una historia de amor, amistad y celos, basada en la ópera de Henry Purcell. Del 10 al 20 de diciembre de 2015. www.teatro-real.com

    Dirección musical: Aarón Zapico
    Dirección escénica: Rafael R. Villalobos

    Dido: Adriana Mayer
    Eneas: Diego Blázquez
    Belinda: Sadnra Redondo
    Second Woman: Aurora Peña
    Hechicero: Konstantin Derri
    Second Witch: Urszula Bardlowska
    Amigos: Thiago Vaz/Javier Povedano

    Forma Antiqva y Ensemble de la Jorcam

    Considerado como una de las instituciones culturales más importantes de España, el Teatro Real es uno de los principales teatros de ópera a nivel internacional, acogiendo en su escenario a los mejores artistas líricos y escénicos del momento.

  • Forma Antiqva: Chaconne, H. Purcell – LIVE & HD [01]

    THE ROYAL HÄNDEL
    Chaconne – Henry Purcell
    (From «The Fairy Queen» Z.629)

    Live at Oviedo Auditorium, Spain. January 2015.

    FORMA ANTIQVA
    Albert Romaguera, Pedro Lopes e Castro & Jacobo Giráldez; oboes
    Javier Bonet, Ricardo Rodríguez & Pedro Blanco; horns
    Ricard Cassañ, Carlos Herruz & Nicolas Planchon; trumpets
    David Valdés & Rafael Casanova; percussion
    Stefano Rossi, Pablo Prieto, Cristian Benito & Daniel Pinteño; violins I
    José Manuel Navarro, Cecilia Clares & Roger Junynet; violins II
    Antonio Clares & José Vélez; violas
    Ruth Verona & James Bush; cellos
    Eyal Streett; fagot
    Vega Montero; double bass
    Silvia Márquez & Alfonso Sebastián; harpsichords
    Daniel Zapico; theorbo
    Pablo Zapico; baroque guitar

    AARÓN ZAPICO; conductor

  • Daniel Zapico – Robert de Visée: Chaconne (theorbo) [LIVE]

    Robert de VISÉE (c1655 – 1732-3): Chaconne (sol majeur)
    DANIEL ZAPICO, theorbo
    http://www.danielzapico.com/

    Grabación en directo (live recording).
    Concierto en Les Écuries de Baroja (Anglet) el 2 de abril de 2015. Evento organizado por François Loustau – La Maison y el centro de arte contemporáneo image/imatge de Orthez, en el marco de la exposición «Coplas Populares – ¡Adentro!» de Nino Laisné.

  • Daniel Zapico – Robert de Visée: Prélude & Muzette en Rondeau (theorbo) [LIVE]

    Robert de VISÉE (c1655 – 1732-3): Prélude & Muzette en Rondeau (sol majeur)
    DANIEL ZAPICO, theorbo
    http://www.danielzapico.com/

    Grabación en directo (live recording).
    Concierto en Les Écuries de Baroja (Anglet) el 2 de abril de 2015. Evento organizado por François Loustau – La Maison y el centro de arte contemporáneo image/imatge de Orthez, en el marco de la exposición «Coplas Populares – ¡Adentro!» de Nino Laisné.

  • Daniel Zapico – François Couperin: Les Bergeries (on theorbo) [LIVE]

    François COUPERIN (1688 – 1733): Les Bergeries (arrangement by Daniel Zapico)
    DANIEL ZAPICO, theorbo
    http://www.danielzapico.com/

    Grabación en directo (live recording).
    Concierto en Les Écuries de Baroja (Anglet) el 2 de abril de 2015. Evento organizado por François Loustau – La Maison y el centro de arte contemporáneo image/imatge de Orthez, en el marco de la exposición «Coplas Populares – ¡Adentro!» de Nino Laisné.

  • Ricercar Consort & Carlos Mena – Antonio Vivaldi: Stabat Mater [LIVE] [HD]

    Antonio VivaldiStabat Mater
    for solo alto and orchestra in F minor RV 621

    Carlos Mena, alto (countertenor)
    Philippe Pierlot conducts Ricercar Consort

    Live recording in La Folle Journée de Nantes 2015.

    Stabat Mater Dolorosa 0:00
    Cujus Animam Gementem 2:32
    O quam Tristis et Afflicta 4:25
    Quis est homo, qui non fleret 6:12
    Quis non posset contristari 8:58
    Pro peccatis suae gentis 11:02
    Vidit Suum Dulcem Natum 12:00
    Eia Mater Fons Amoris 12:48
    Fac ut ardeat cor meum in amando Christum Deum 16:05
    Amen 17:32

  • Ricercar Consort & Carlos Mena – Antonio Vivaldi: Nisi dominus [LIVE] [HD]

    Antonio VivaldiNisi Dominus in G minor RV 608
    Psalm 126 (127th psalm of the Book of Psalms)

    Carlos Mena, alto (countertenor)
    Philippe Pierlot conducts Ricercar Consort

    Live recording in La Folle Journée de Nantes (Francia) 2015.

    00:00 Nisi Dominus
    02:30 Vanum est vobis ante lucem surgere
    03:55 Surgitis sederitis postquam
    05:25 Cum dederit dilectis suis
    10:21 Sicut sagittae in manu potentis
    11:46 Beatus vir qui implevit
    12:54 Gloria Patri et Filio
    17:55 Sicut erat in principio

  • Forma Antiqva – J.P. Rameau: Air pour les Sauvages & Anónimo: Diferencias sobre las Folías [LIVE]

    Actuación del conjunto de música barroca Forma Antiqva con el programa «Opera Zapico» y las obras «Air pour les Sauvages (Les Indes galantes)» de Jean-Philippe Rameau y «Diferencias sobre las Folías» – Anónimo (Madrid, 1709). Concierto celebrado en la iglesia de Santa Isabel de Portugal el día 30 de mayo de 2014, dentro del XV Festival de Música Antigua de Zaragoza.

    FORMA ANTIQVA
    Aarón Zapico, clave
    Daniel Zapico, tiorba
    Pablo Zapico, guitarra barroca & archilaúd

  • Forma Antiqva – Improvisación sobre Canarios de Gaspar Sanz [LIVE]

    Actuación del conjunto de música barroca Forma Antiqva con el programa «Opera Zapico» y la obra «Improvisación sobre canarios» de Gaspar Sanz. Concierto celebrado en la iglesia de Santa Isabel de Portugal el día 30 de mayo de 2014, dentro del XV Festival de Música Antigua de Zaragoza.

    FORMA ANTIQVA
    Aarón Zapico, clave
    Daniel Zapico, tiorba
    Pablo Zapico, guitarra barroca & archilaúd

    http://www.formaantiqva.com/

  • Forma Antiqva – Gaspar Sanz: Marionas [LIVE]

    Actuación del conjunto de música barroca Forma Antiqva con el programa «Opera Zapico» y la obra «Marionas» de Gaspar Sanz. Concierto celebrado en la iglesia de Santa Isabel de Portugal el día 30 de mayo de 2014, dentro del XV Festival de Música Antigua de Zaragoza.

    FORMA ANTIQVA
    Aarón Zapico, clave
    Daniel Zapico, tiorba
    Pablo Zapico, guitarra barroca & archilaúd

    http://www.formaantiqva.com/

  • Forma Antiqva – Johannes Passion BWV 245 (Chorus I) [Live in Oviedo, 2014]

    JOHANNES PASSION BWV 245
    Chorus I: «Herr, unser Herrscher»
    Johann Sebastian Bach

    Live at Oviedo Auditorium, Spain. March 2014.

    María Espada; sopran
    Damien Guillon; countertenor
    Gerd Türk; tenor
    Peter Kooij; bass

    EL LEÓN DE ORO choir (Marco García de Paz, conductor)

    FORMA ANTIQVA
    Aitor Hevia, Jorge Jiménez, Stefano Rossi, Pablo Prieto; violins I
    Cibrán Sierra, Roger Junyent, Cecilia Clares; violins II
    Antonio Clares, Marten Boeken; violas/violas d’amore
    Ruth Verona; cello
    Andrea de Carlo; viola da gamba
    Pablo Martín Caminero; double bass
    Guillermo Peñalver, Ana López; flutes
    Albert Romaguera, Pedro Lopes e Castro; oboes
    Carles Cristóbal; fagot
    Daniel Zapico: theorbo
    Pablo Zapico; archlute
    Silvia Márquez; organ & harpsichord

    AARÓN ZAPICO; CONDUCTOR

  • Forma Antiqva – Johannes Passion BWV 245 (excerpts) [Live in Oviedo, 2014]

    JOHANNES PASSION BWV 245
    Chorus: «Weg, weg mit dem, kreuzige ihn»
    Recitative
    Chorus: «Wir, wir haben keinen König»
    Johann Sebastian Bach

    Live at Oviedo Auditorium, Spain. March 2014.

    María Espada; sopran
    Damien Guillon; countertenor
    Gerd Türk; tenor
    Peter Kooij; bass

    EL LEÓN DE ORO choir (Marco García de Paz, conductor)

    FORMA ANTIQVA
    Aitor Hevia, Jorge Jiménez, Stefano Rossi, Pablo Prieto; violins I
    Cibrán Sierra, Roger Junyent, Cecilia Clares; violins II
    Antonio Clares, Marten Boeken; violas/violas d’amore
    Ruth Verona; cello
    Andrea de Carlo; viola da gamba
    Pablo Martín Caminero; double bass
    Guillermo Peñalver, Ana López; flutes
    Albert Romaguera, Pedro Lopes e Castro; oboes
    Carles Cristóbal; fagot
    Daniel Zapico: theorbo
    Pablo Zapico; archlute
    Silvia Márquez; organ & harpsichord

    AARÓN ZAPICO; CONDUCTOR

  • Daniel Zapico & Pablo Zapico – Preludio, Passacaglia & Fandango [Vídeo 8/10] [HD]

    – Ludovico Roncalli (f. s. XVII): Preludio
    – Giovanni Girolamo Kapsperger (ca. 1580 – 1651): Passacaglia (arreglo propio)
    – Santiago de Murcia (ca. 1682 – ca. 1740): Fandango (arreglo propio)
    DANIEL ZAPICO, tiorba
    PABLO ZAPICO, guitarra barroca

    Grabación en directo. Concierto en el IX Encuentro de la Sociedad de la Vihuela, el Laúd y la Guitarra. Madrid, noviembre de 2013. [Vídeo 8 de 10]

    Lista de reproducción: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL1O7Gt_SeTvtuxntKI7VJc-K4u7la6LcJ

  • Daniel Zapico & Pablo Zapico – G. Sanz: Españoletas & S. Murcia: Cumbees Youtube [Vídeo 6/10] [HD]

    – Gaspar Sanz (ca.1640 – ca.1710): Españoletas (arreglo propio)
    – Santiago de Murcia (ca. 1682 – ca. 1740): Cumbees (arreglo propio)
    DANIEL ZAPICO, tiorba
    PABLO ZAPICO, guitarra barroca

    Grabación en directo. Concierto en el IX Encuentro de la Sociedad de la Vihuela, el Laúd y la Guitarra. Madrid, noviembre de 2013. [Vídeo 6 de 10]

    Lista de reproducción: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLZQE4tWEwNOAbiZVpNdT_PnWBe8hQbQ0g

  • Daniel Zapico & Pablo Zapico – G. Sanz: Jacaras & G.B. Vitali: Bergamasca [Vídeo 4/10] [HD]

    – Gaspar Sanz (ca.1640 – ca.1710): Jacaras (arreglo propio)
    – Giovanni Battista Vitali (1632 – 1692): Toccata & Bergamasca (arreglo propio)
    DANIEL ZAPICO, tiorba
    PABLO ZAPICO, guitarra barroca

    Grabación en directo. Concierto en el IX Encuentro de la Sociedad de la Vihuela, el Laúd y la Guitarra. Madrid, noviembre de 2013. [Vídeo 4 de 10]

    Lista de reproducción: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL1O7Gt_SeTvtuxntKI7VJc-K4u7la6LcJ

  • Daniel Zapico & Pablo Zapico – G. Sanz: Pavanas & L. Roncalli: Passacaglÿ [Vídeo 2/10] [HD]

    – Gaspar Sanz (ca.1640 – ca.1710): SANZ, Gaspar – Pavanas por la D, con Partidas al Aire Español (arreglo propio)
    – Ludovico Roncalli (s. XVII): Passacaglÿ (arreglo propio)
    DANIEL ZAPICO, tiorba
    PABLO ZAPICO, guitarra barroca

    Grabación en directo. Concierto en el IX Encuentro de la Sociedad de la Vihuela, el Laúd y la Guitarra. Madrid, noviembre de 2013. [Vídeo 2 de 10]

    Lista de reproducción: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL1O7Gt_SeTvtuxntKI7VJc-K4u7la6LcJ

  • En présence (piedad silenciosa), un film de Nino Laisné

    Chambre 415. présente

    «Tonada para dos tristezas»
    paroles et musique : Ignacio Izcaray
    interprété par Vincenzo Capezzuto et Daniel Zapico
    © Nino Laisné / Chambre 415.

    extrait de :

    En présence (piedad silenciosa)
    un film de Nino Laisné

    avec
    Cécile Druet
    Vincenzo Capezzuto, chant
    Pablo Zapico, guitare baroque
    Daniel Zapico, théorbe

  • Andrea Falconieri – Ciaccona, by La Ritirata (from our CD «Il Spiritillo Brando»)

    This extract is taken from the new programme, «Il Spiritillo Brando: dance music in the courts of Italy and Spain, c.1650«, from La Ritirata & Josetxu Obregón, released on CD by Glossa: http://www.glossamusic.com/glossa/ref…

    LA RITIRATA
    Tamar Lalo, recorder
    Miren Zeberio, baroque violin
    Enrike Solinís, baroque guitar
    Daniel Zapico, theorbo
    Ignacio Prego, harpsichord
    David Mayoral, percussion
    Josetxu Obregón, baroque cello & direction

    Andrea Falconieri (1585-1656) – Ciaccona

    Filmed by Manuel Prieto, sound engineering by Federico Prieto (Master Acoustics)

  • En présence (piedad silenciosa)

    En présence (piedad silenciosa)
    un film de Nino Laisné

    avec
    Cécile Druet
    Vincenzo Capezzuto, chant
    Pablo Zapico, guitare baroque
    Daniel Zapico, théorbe

    chef opérateur : Victor Zébo
    assistant opérateur : Thibault Solinhac
    régisseur général : Matthieu Chevet
    régisseur lumière : Olivier Trombetta
    régisseur son : David Mane
    scripte : Marine Pédeboscq
    photographe : Julien Richaudaud

    montage image : Maud Ramier
    étalonnage : Alexandre Sadowsky
    montage et mixage studio : Mireille Faure
    montage et mixage son : Jeanne Delplancq

    avec le soutien de
    DRAC Aquitaine
    Théâtre des 4 saisons de Gradignan

  • Andrea Falconieri: Corriente dicha la Mota, echa para Don Pedro de la Mota

    This extract is taken from the new programme, «Il Spiritillo Brando: dance music in the courts of Italy and Spain, c.1650«, from La Ritirata – Josetxu Obregón, to be released on CD by Glossa, with international distribution commencing in May 2013:
    http://www.glossamusic.com/glossa/ref…

    LA RITIRATA
    Tamar Lalo, recorder
    Miren Zeberio, baroque violin
    Enrike Solinís, baroque guitar
    Daniel Zapico, theorbo
    Ignacio Prego, harpsichord
    David Mayoral, percussion
    Josetxu Obregón, baroque cello & direction

    Andrea Falconieri (1585-1656)
    Corriente dicha la Mota, echa para Don Pedro de la Mota

    Filmed by Manuel Prieto, sound engineering by Federico Prieto (Master Acoustics)