Yo soy La Locura


11:00 Concert promenadeValloire Church

Yo soy la Locura – 17th-century Castilian baroque airs

Henry du Bailly
(158 ? – 1637)
Yo soy la locura


José Marín
(ca.1619 – 1699)
No piense menguilla ya

Benedetto Sanseverino
(? – ?)
Olvidada soys de mi

Gaspar Sanz
(1640 – 1710) / Improvisación

José Marín
(ca.1619 – 1699)
Ojos pues me desdeñais

Vuestra belleza señora

Antonios Literes
(1673 – 1747)
Déjame ingrata llorar

Lucas Ruiz de Ribayaz
(1626 – 1667?)
EspañoletasJuan Hidalgo

(1614 – 1685)
Ay, que sí, ay, que no

Jean-Baptiste Lully
(1632 – 1687)
Sé que me muero

12:00 Promenade to the hamlet of Poingt-Rogereil
13:00 Picnic on the alp with the musicians
14:30 Libre-cours lecture by Francis Gouban : Iberian and South American baroque arts
16:00 Return to Valloire

17:00 Concert promenade
Valloire Church

Yo soy la Locura – 17th-century Castilian baroque airs

Juan Hidalgo
(1614 – 1685)
Ya no les pienso pedir

La ausençia
Con esperanzas esperoGaspar Sanz

(1640 – 1710)

Antonios Literes
(1673 – 1747)
Déjame, tirano dios

Vuestros ojos tienen d’amor

Antonio Martin i Coll
(1670 – 1734)
Bailo di dame – ZarabandeAnonymous

Ay, que me río de amor

Text: Francisco Quevedo (1614 – 1685)
Reconstruction: Álvaro Torrente (b.1963)
Jácara de la Trena

La Galania
Raquel Andueza soprano and direction
Jesus Fernandez Baena theorbo
Pierre Pitzl guitar

Yo soy la Locura – 17th-century Castilian baroque airs

Thursday July 31st – Musical promenade
This programme is entirely devoted to Castilian baroque scores from Spanish, French, Italian and English collections, all composed during the 17th century. If some of these pieces are well known, such as « Sé que me muero » from Lully’s illustrious Bourgeois Gentilhomme, or «Yo soy la locura » by Henry du Bailly, others are real rediscoveries. Spanish soprano Raquel Andueza offers a peerless rendering of this highly sensuous repertoire.

La Galania

Raquel Andueza soprano and direction
A native of Pamplona, Raquel Andueza starts studying music very early, first in Navarre, then abroad. She wins a number of singing prizes in London and Bruges. She regularly works with such prestigious ensembles as L’Arpeggiata, Gli Incogniti, Al Ayre Español… Together with theorbist Jesús Fernández Baena, she forms a duo specialized in 18th-century Italian music.
Pierre Pitzl guitar
Pierre Pitzl studied guitar and lute at the Wiener Musikhochschule and at the Schola Cantorum, Basel. Sometimes presented as the “Jimmy Hendricks” of baroque guitar, he appears as a soloist or with a number of ensembles. Artistic director of the Private Musicke ensemble, he teaches viola da gamba at the Vienna conservatory.
Jesús Fernández Baena theorbo
Born in Andalusia, Jesús Fernández Baena studies recorder and lute in Seville. He perfects his skills in early music at The Hague royal conservatory where he graduates in 2002. He regularly performs with Spanish and international ensembles and also appears in a duo with soprano Raquel Andueza.

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