Tracklist

CD 1
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1Spagna Contrapunto
recording engineer:
Robert von Bahr (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
producer and editor:
Robert von Bahr
crotales:
Beatriz Amo (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
harpsichord:
Jacobo Durán-Loriga (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12), Rosalia Peraita (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12) and Cristina Ubeda (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
tambura:
Eduardo Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
vihuela:
Gregorio Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
violone:
Máximo Pradera (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
conductor:
Gregorio Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
performer:
Atrium Musicæ de Madrid (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
recorded at:
Colegio Imperial de Madrid in Madrid, Comunidad de Madrid, Spain (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
recording of:
Spagna Contrapunto (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
composer:
Francesco Canova da Milano
Francesco Canova da Milano1:57
2Spagnoletta
recording engineer:
Robert von Bahr (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
producer and editor:
Robert von Bahr
alto flute and cymbal:
Eduardo Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
flute:
Cristina Ubeda (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
harpsichord:
Jacobo Durán-Loriga (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
organ:
Beatriz Amo (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
Spanish acoustic guitar:
Máximo Pradera (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
viola d'amore:
Rosalia Peraita (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
viola da gamba:
Gregorio Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
conductor:
Gregorio Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
performer:
Atrium Musicæ de Madrid (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
recorded at:
Colegio Imperial de Madrid in Madrid, Comunidad de Madrid, Spain (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
recording of:
Spagnoletta (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
composer:
Michael Praetorius (composer and organist)
Michael Praetorius1:01
3Danza alta, sobre la Spagna
recording engineer:
Robert von Bahr (from 1968-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
producer and editor:
Robert von Bahr
alto flute and flute:
Eduardo Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
castanets:
Beatriz Amo (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
harpsichord and organ:
Jacobo Durán-Loriga (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
Spanish acoustic guitar:
Gregorio Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12) and Máximo Pradera (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
timpani:
Cristina Ubeda (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
viola d'amore:
Rosalia Peraita (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
viola da gamba:
Gregorio Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
violone:
Máximo Pradera (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
conductor:
Gregorio Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
performer:
Atrium Musicæ de Madrid (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
recorded at:
Colegio Imperial de Madrid in Madrid, Comunidad de Madrid, Spain (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
recording of:
Danza alta, sobre la Spagna (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
composer:
Francisco de la Torre
Francisco de la Torre3:22
4Historia Baetica
recording engineer:
Robert von Bahr (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
producer and editor:
Robert von Bahr
archlute:
Máximo Pradera (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
chalumeau:
Jacobo Durán-Loriga (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
flute and soprano flute:
Eduardo Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
harp:
Cristina Ubeda (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
tambourine:
Gregorio Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
viola d'amore:
Rosalia Peraita (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
conductor:
Gregorio Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
performer:
Beatriz Amo (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12) and Atrium Musicæ de Madrid (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
recorded at:
Colegio Imperial de Madrid in Madrid, Comunidad de Madrid, Spain (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
recording of:
Historia Baetica (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
composer:
Carlos Verardi
Carlos Verardi1:47
5Calata a la Spagnola I-IV
recording engineer:
Robert von Bahr (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
producer and editor:
Robert von Bahr
cymbal and shakers:
Cristina Ubeda (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
darbuka and tambura:
Eduardo Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
harpsichord:
Jacobo Durán-Loriga (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
Spanish acoustic guitar:
Gregorio Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12) and Máximo Pradera (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
tambourine:
Beatriz Amo (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
conductor:
Gregorio Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
performer:
Atrium Musicæ de Madrid (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
recorded at:
Colegio Imperial de Madrid in Madrid, Comunidad de Madrid, Spain (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
recording of:
Calata a la Spagnola I-IV (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
composer:
Joan Ambrosio Dalza
Joan Ambrosio Dalza5:16
6Spaniol Kochesberger
recording engineer:
Robert von Bahr (from 2014-04-08 until 2014-04-12)
producer and editor:
Robert von Bahr
crumhorn and darbuka:
Eduardo Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
gong, hurdy gurdy and metallophone:
Gregorio Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
guitar and membranophone:
Máximo Pradera (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
harpsichord:
Jacobo Durán-Loriga (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
organ:
Cristina Ubeda (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
timbales:
Jacobo Durán-Loriga (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12) and Gregorio Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
viola d'amore:
Rosalia Peraita (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
conductor:
Gregorio Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
performer:
Atrium Musicæ de Madrid (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
recorded at:
Colegio Imperial de Madrid in Madrid, Comunidad de Madrid, Spain (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
recording of:
Spaniol Kochesberger (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
composer:
Hans Kotter
Hans Kotter4:43
7Spaniol tancz
recording engineer:
Robert von Bahr (from 2014-04-08 until 2014-04-12)
producer and editor:
Robert von Bahr
flute:
Eduardo Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
organ:
Jacobo Durán-Loriga (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
viola d'amore:
Rosalia Peraita (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
viola da gamba:
Gregorio Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
conductor:
Gregorio Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
performer:
Atrium Musicæ de Madrid (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
recorded at:
Colegio Imperial de Madrid in Madrid, Comunidad de Madrid, Spain (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
recording of:
Spaniol tancz (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
composer:
Hans Buchner (composer)
Hans Buchner3:14
8The Old Spagnoleta
recording engineer:
Robert von Bahr (from 2014-04-08 until 2014-04-12)
producer and editor:
Robert von Bahr
flute:
Eduardo Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
harpsichord:
Jacobo Durán-Loriga (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
Spanish acoustic guitar:
Gregorio Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12) and Máximo Pradera (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
viola d'amore:
Rosalia Peraita (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
conductor:
Gregorio Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
performer:
Atrium Musicæ de Madrid (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
recorded at:
Colegio Imperial de Madrid in Madrid, Comunidad de Madrid, Spain (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
recording of:
The Old Spagnoleta (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
composer:
Giles Farnaby
Giles Farnaby2:13
9Spagnioletta
recording engineer:
Robert von Bahr (from 2014-04-08 until 2014-04-12)
producer and editor:
Robert von Bahr
darbuka and tambura:
Eduardo Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
harpsichord:
Jacobo Durán-Loriga (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12) and Cristina Ubeda (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
Spanish acoustic guitar:
Gregorio Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12) and Máximo Pradera (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
conductor:
Gregorio Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
performer:
Atrium Musicæ de Madrid (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
recorded at:
Colegio Imperial de Madrid in Madrid, Comunidad de Madrid, Spain (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
recording of:
Spagnioletta (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
composer:
Giles Farnaby
Giles Farnaby12:48
10Triste España
recording engineer:
Robert von Bahr (from 2014-04-08 until 2014-04-12)
producer and editor:
Robert von Bahr
alto flute:
Eduardo Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12) and Rosalia Peraita (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
bass flute:
Gregorio Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
flute:
Eduardo Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12) and Cristina Ubeda (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
organ:
Beatriz Amo (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
conductor:
Gregorio Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
performer:
Atrium Musicæ de Madrid (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
recorded at:
Colegio Imperial de Madrid in Madrid, Comunidad de Madrid, Spain (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
recording of:
Triste España sin ventura (romance) (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
composer:
Juan del Encina
part of:
Cancionero de Palacio
Juan del Encina1:20
11Rè di Spagna
recording engineer:
Robert von Bahr (from 2014-04-08 until 2014-04-12)
producer and editor:
Robert von Bahr
viola d'amore:
Rosalia Peraita (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
viola da gamba:
Gregorio Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
conductor:
Gregorio Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
performer:
Atrium Musicæ de Madrid (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
recorded at:
Colegio Imperial de Madrid in Madrid, Comunidad de Madrid, Spain (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
[anonymous]0:42
12La bassa Castiglya / Falla con Misuras
recording engineer:
Robert von Bahr (from 2014-04-08 until 2014-04-12)
producer and editor:
Robert von Bahr
viola d'amore:
Rosalia Peraita (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
viola da gamba:
Gregorio Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
conductor:
Gregorio Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
performer:
Atrium Musicæ de Madrid (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
recorded at:
Colegio Imperial de Madrid in Madrid, Comunidad de Madrid, Spain (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
recording of:
La bassa Castiglya / Falla con Misuras (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
composer:
Guglielmo Ebreo da Pesaro
Gulielmus1:47
13la Spagna
recording engineer:
Robert von Bahr (from 2014-04-08 until 2014-04-12)
producer and editor:
Robert von Bahr
chalumeau and shakers:
Jacobo Durán-Loriga (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
flute:
Eduardo Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
harp:
Cristina Ubeda (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
membranophone and violone:
Máximo Pradera (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
metallophone and organ:
Beatriz Amo (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
viola d'amore:
Rosalia Peraita (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
viola da gamba:
Gregorio Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
conductor:
Gregorio Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
performer:
Atrium Musicæ de Madrid (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
recorded at:
Colegio Imperial de Madrid in Madrid, Comunidad de Madrid, Spain (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
[anonymous]3:17
14Olvida tu perdiçion España
recording engineer:
Robert von Bahr (from 2014-04-08 until 2014-04-12)
producer and editor:
Robert von Bahr
alto flute:
Eduardo Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
bass flute and viola da gamba:
Gregorio Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
chalumeau:
Jacobo Durán-Loriga (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
flute:
Cristina Ubeda (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
organ:
Beatriz Amo (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12), Rosalia Peraita (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12) and Máximo Pradera (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
conductor:
Gregorio Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
performer:
Atrium Musicæ de Madrid (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
recorded at:
Colegio Imperial de Madrid in Madrid, Comunidad de Madrid, Spain (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
[anonymous]0:53
15Spagniöler tancz / Hopper dancz "Spagna"
recording engineer:
Robert von Bahr (from 2014-04-08 until 2014-04-12)
producer and editor:
Robert von Bahr
bongos, shakers and tambura:
Eduardo Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
double bass:
Máximo Pradera (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
harpsichord:
Jacobo Durán-Loriga (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12) and Cristina Ubeda (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
metallophone:
Beatriz Amo (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
organ:
Cristina Ubeda (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
Spanish acoustic guitar:
Gregorio Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
viola d'amore:
Rosalia Peraita (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
conductor:
Gregorio Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
performer:
Atrium Musicæ de Madrid (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
recorded at:
Colegio Imperial de Madrid in Madrid, Comunidad de Madrid, Spain (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
recording of:
Spagniöler tancz / Hopper dancz "Spagna" (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
composer:
Hans Weck
Hans Weck3:39
16Spanieler
recording engineer:
Robert von Bahr (from 2014-04-08 until 2014-04-12)
producer and editor:
Robert von Bahr
flute:
Eduardo Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
harpsichord:
Jacobo Durán-Loriga (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
viola d'amore:
Rosalia Peraita (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
viola da gamba:
Gregorio Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1981-04-12)
conductor:
Gregorio Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
performer:
Atrium Musicæ de Madrid (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
recorded at:
Colegio Imperial de Madrid in Madrid, Comunidad de Madrid, Spain (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
recording of:
Spanieler (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
composer:
Hans Kotter
Hans Kotter2:18
17Espagnoletta
recording engineer:
Robert von Bahr (from 2014-04-08 until 2014-04-12)
producer and editor:
Robert von Bahr
harpsichord:
Jacobo Durán-Loriga (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
metallophone:
Beatriz Amo (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
Spanish acoustic guitar:
Máximo Pradera (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
viola d'amore:
Rosalia Peraita (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
viola da gamba:
Gregorio Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
conductor:
Gregorio Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
performer:
Atrium Musicæ de Madrid (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
recorded at:
Colegio Imperial de Madrid in Madrid, Comunidad de Madrid, Spain (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
[anonymous]1:11
18Spagnoletto
recording engineer:
Robert von Bahr (from 2014-04-08 until 2014-04-12)
producer and editor:
Robert von Bahr
bell:
Beatriz Amo (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
castanets and harpsichord:
Jacobo Durán-Loriga (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
crotales:
Cristina Ubeda (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
cymbal, darbuka and flute:
Eduardo Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
Spanish acoustic guitar:
Máximo Pradera (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
viola d'amore:
Rosalia Peraita (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
viola da gamba:
Gregorio Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
conductor:
Gregorio Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
performer:
Atrium Musicæ de Madrid
recorded at:
Colegio Imperial de Madrid in Madrid, Comunidad de Madrid, Spain (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
recording of:
Balletto detto lo Spagnoletto (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
composer:
Cesare Negri
Cesare Negri2:26
19la Spagna a 5
recording engineer:
Robert von Bahr (from 2014-04-08 until 2014-08-12)
producer and editor:
Robert von Bahr
alto flute:
Eduardo Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
harp:
Cristina Ubeda (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
organ:
Jacobo Durán-Loriga (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
shakers:
Beatriz Amo (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
Spanish acoustic guitar:
Máximo Pradera (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
tambourine:
Gregorio Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
viola d'amore:
Rosalia Peraita (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
conductor:
Gregorio Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
performer:
Atrium Musicæ de Madrid (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
recorded at:
Colegio Imperial de Madrid in Madrid, Comunidad de Madrid, Spain (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
recording of:
La Spagna a 5 (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
composer:
Josquin des Prez
Josquin des Prez3:32
20Recercada primera sobre canto llano la Spagna / Recercada segunda / Recercada tercera / Recercada quarta / Recercada quinta / Recercada sesta
recording engineer:
Robert von Bahr (from 2014-04-08 until 2014-04-12)
producer and editor:
Robert von Bahr
bass flute, shakers and soprano flute:
Eduardo Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
darbuka:
Eduardo Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12) and Gregorio Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
hammered dulcimer and metallophone:
Beatriz Amo (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
harp and organ:
Cristina Ubeda (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
harpsichord:
Jacobo Durán-Loriga (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12) and Cristina Ubeda (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
Spanish acoustic guitar:
Gregorio Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12) and Máximo Pradera (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
viola and viola da gamba:
Gregorio Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
viola d'amore:
Rosalia Peraita (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12) and Máximo Pradera (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
violone:
Máximo Pradera (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
conductor:
Gregorio Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
performer:
Atrium Musicæ de Madrid (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
recorded at:
Colegio Imperial de Madrid in Madrid, Comunidad de Madrid, Spain (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
recording of:
Recercada primera sobre canto llano la Spagna / Recercada segunda / Recercada tercera / Recercada quarta / Recercada quinta / Recercada sesta (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
composer:
Diego Ortiz (composer)
Diego Ortiz8:29
21Gagliarda quarta a 5 alla Spagnola
recording engineer:
Robert von Bahr (from 2014-04-08 until 2014-04-12)
producer and editor:
Robert von Bahr
alto flute:
Eduardo Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
crotales:
Beatriz Amo (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12) and Gregorio Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
darbuka:
Eduardo Paniagua (from 1980-08-08 until 1980-08-12)
guitar family and hurdy gurdy:
Gregorio Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
harpsichord:
Jacobo Durán-Loriga (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12) and Cristina Ubeda (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
Spanish acoustic guitar:
Máximo Pradera (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
viola d'amore:
Rosalia Peraita (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
conductor:
Gregorio Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
performer:
Atrium Musicæ de Madrid (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
recorded at:
Colegio Imperial de Madrid in Madrid, Comunidad de Madrid, Spain (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
recording of:
Gagliarda quarta a 5 alla Spagnola (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
composer:
Giovanni Maria Trabaci
Giovanni Maria Trabaci2:39
22The Spaynard
engineer, producer and editor:
Robert von Bahr
harpsichord:
Jacobo Durán-Loriga (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
conductor:
Gregorio Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
performer:
Atrium Musicæ de Madrid (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
recorded at:
Colegio Imperial de Madrid in Madrid, Comunidad de Madrid, Spain (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
[anonymous]0:49
23The Spanish Pavane
recording engineer:
Robert von Bahr (from 2014-04-08 until 2014-04-12)
producer and editor:
Robert von Bahr
harpsichord:
Jacobo Durán-Loriga (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
Spanish acoustic guitar:
Gregorio Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12) and Máximo Pradera (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
conductor:
Gregorio Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
performer:
Atrium Musicæ de Madrid (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12) and Eduardo Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
recorded at:
Colegio Imperial de Madrid in Madrid, Comunidad de Madrid, Spain (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
recording of:
The Spanish Pavane (from 0180-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
composer:
Francis Pilkington
Francis Pilkington1:58
24Triste España
recording engineer:
Robert von Bahr (from 2014-04-08 until 2014-04-12)
producer and editor:
Robert von Bahr
flute:
Eduardo Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12) and Gregorio Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
conductor:
Gregorio Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
performer:
Atrium Musicæ de Madrid (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
recorded at:
Colegio Imperial de Madrid in Madrid, Comunidad de Madrid, Spain (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
recording of:
Triste España sin ventura (romance) (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
composer:
Juan del Encina
part of:
Cancionero de Palacio
Juan del Encina0:40
25Espagnoletta
recording engineer:
Robert von Bahr (from 2014-04-08 until 2014-04-12)
producer and editor:
Robert von Bahr
Spanish acoustic guitar:
Máximo Pradera (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
conductor:
Gregorio Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
performer:
Atrium Musicæ de Madrid (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
recorded at:
Colegio Imperial de Madrid in Madrid, Comunidad de Madrid, Spain (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
recording of:
Espagnoletta (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
composer:
Gaspar Sanz
part of:
Instrucción de música sobre la guitarra española, volumen 1
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26Ricercar Spagnuola "duna cossa spagnola"
recording engineer:
Robert von Bahr (from 2014-04-08 until 2014-04-12)
producer and editor:
Robert von Bahr
membranophone:
Eduardo Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
Spanish acoustic guitar:
Gregorio Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12) and Máximo Pradera (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
conductor:
Gregorio Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
performer:
Atrium Musicæ de Madrid (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
recorded at:
Colegio Imperial de Madrid in Madrid, Comunidad de Madrid, Spain (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
recording of:
Ricercar Spagnuola "duna cossa spagnola" (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
composer:
Francesco Canova da Milano
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27Ain spaniyelischer hoff dantz
recording engineer:
Robert von Bahr (from 2014-04-08 until 2014-04-12)
producer and editor:
Robert von Bahr
harpsichord:
Cristina Ubeda (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
viola d'amore:
Rosalia Peraita (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
viola da gamba:
Gregorio Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
conductor:
Gregorio Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
performer:
Atrium Musicæ de Madrid (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
recorded at:
Colegio Imperial de Madrid in Madrid, Comunidad de Madrid, Spain (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
recording of:
Ain spaniyelischer hoff dantz (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
composer:
Hans Judenkönig
Hans Judenkönig1:13
28Tres sobre el canto llano de la alta (sobre la Spagna)
recording engineer:
Robert von Bahr (from 2014-04-08 until 2014-04-12)
producer and editor:
Robert von Bahr
flute:
Eduardo Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
organ:
Cristina Ubeda (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
viola da gamba:
Gregorio Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
conductor:
Gregorio Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
performer:
Atrium Musicæ de Madrid (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
recorded at:
Colegio Imperial de Madrid in Madrid, Comunidad de Madrid, Spain (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
recording of:
Tres "Sobre el canto Ilano de la alta" (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
composer:
Antonio de Cabezón
Antonio de Cabezón2:24
29Triste España
recording engineer:
Robert von Bahr (from 2014-04-08 until 2014-04-12)
producer and editor:
Robert von Bahr
viola da gamba:
Eduardo Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12), Gregorio Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12) and Rosalia Peraita (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
violone:
Máximo Pradera (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
conductor:
Gregorio Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
performer:
Atrium Musicæ de Madrid (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
recorded at:
Colegio Imperial de Madrid in Madrid, Comunidad de Madrid, Spain (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
recording of:
Triste España sin ventura (romance) (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
composer:
Juan del Encina
part of:
Cancionero de Palacio
Juan del Encina0:59
30Spagnoletta nuova al modo di madriglia
recording engineer:
Robert von Bahr (from 2014-04-08 until 2014-04-12)
producer and editor:
Robert von Bahr
castanets:
Eduardo Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
crotales:
Cristina Ubeda (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
harpsichord:
Jacobo Durán-Loriga (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
Spanish acoustic guitar:
Máximo Pradera (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
viola d'amore:
Rosalia Peraita (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
viola da gamba:
Gregorio Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
conductor:
Gregorio Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
performer:
Atrium Musicæ de Madrid (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
recorded at:
Colegio Imperial de Madrid in Madrid, Comunidad de Madrid, Spain (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
recording of:
Spagnoletta nuova al modo di madriglia (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
composer:
Fabritio Caroso (renaissance composer)
Fabritio Caroso0:44
31Furioso alla Spagnuola
recording engineer:
Robert von Bahr (from 2014-04-08 until 2014-04-12)
producer and editor:
Robert von Bahr
cymbal:
Cristina Ubeda (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
double bass:
Máximo Pradera (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
harpsichord:
Jacobo Durán-Loriga (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
viola d'amore:
Rosalia Peraita (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
viola da gamba:
Gregorio Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
conductor:
Gregorio Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
performer:
Atrium Musicæ de Madrid (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
recorded at:
Colegio Imperial de Madrid in Madrid, Comunidad de Madrid, Spain (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
recording of:
Furioso alla Spagnuola (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
composer:
Fabritio Caroso (renaissance composer)
Fabritio Caroso1:24
32Padvana hispanica
recording engineer:
Robert von Bahr (from 2014-04-08 until 2014-04-12)
producer and editor:
Robert von Bahr
lute:
Gregorio Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
conductor:
Gregorio Paniagua (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
performer:
Atrium Musicæ de Madrid (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
recorded at:
Colegio Imperial de Madrid in Madrid, Comunidad de Madrid, Spain (from 1980-04-08 until 1980-04-12)
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