Mariví Blasco (soprano), Robert Cases (Baroque guitar),
Miguel Ángel Orero (percussions), Carina Pabst (dance)

Program: On Love and Treasures. Pieces from the Spanish Baroque
Juan Hidalgo (1614-1685) – Peinándose estaba un olmo
José Marín (1618-1699) – Si quieres dar marica en lo cierto
No piense menguilla ya
Gaspar Sanz (1640-1710) – Marizápalos
Juan Hidalgo – Ay que sí, ay que no
Antonio Martín y Coll (1650-1734) – Canarios
Juan Hidalgo – Esperar, sentir, morir
Étienne Moulinié (1599-1669) – A orillas del claro Tajo
Anónimo – Jácaras
Juan Hidalgo – Trompicábalas
Tradicional México – Jarocho. La Morena
Juan de Arañés (1580-1649) – Chacona
Juan de Zelis (1580-1649) – Ya no son más de 20

This project is supported by a grant from Acción Cultural Española (AC/E)

On Love and Treasures – Armonica Stanza Baroque Ensemble

If you want to take a walk through the Spanish Royal Courts of the Renaissance and Baroque, listening to the music that delighted the people of those time – the concert of the splendid ensemble Armonica Stanza offers all that and more because you will also hear popular songs that marked the character and the ways of doing and thinking in Spain in the 16th and 17th centuries.

A combination of music and literature, Armonica Stanza is led by the renowned Valencian soprano Mariví Blasco, accomplished specialist in that epoque, supported by Robert Cases, baroque guitar and Miguel Angel Orero, percussions. The final touch is the punctual participation of the dancer Carina Pabst.

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