Thu 10 Oct 2019, 8 pm
Vietnam National Academy of Music
77 Hao Nam, Dong Da, Hanoi
From the organizer:
The Spanish Embassy in Hanoi and the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism of Vietnam are pleased to present the concert “The magic of the Spanish guitar” (La magia de la guitarra española), performed by the Spanish guitar master Rafael Serrallet.
The concert will take place at 20:00hrs on Thursday, October 10, at the Viet Nam National Academy of Music.
This will be the second time that Rafael Serrallet, who in 2018 already became the first classical musician to perform on all seven continents including Antarctica, performs for guitar lovers in Vietnam.
On this occasion, Rafael Serrallet’s guitar performance will immerse the Vietnamese public in a mysterious and magical world of History and Spanish deeds, from the first circumnavigation around the globe in the 16th century, to the music of the 18th-20th centuries.
Get to know Rafael Serrallet:
In 2019 Spain celebrates the V Centenary of the first expedition around the world of Fernando de Magallanes and Juan Sebastián Elcano, an event declared of public interest by the Government of Spain.
The first part will be a tribute to the first quarter of the 16th century, and to this Spanish expedition that departed from Sanlúcar de Barrameda with a long and incredible journey in mind and later ended up being the first documented circumnavigation around the world.
The repertoire of this part will be a musical fantasy based on the works from the expedition member’s country of origin, among them The Almain (German dance), Gallardes, Bransles (France), Canaries (Spain), Calate, Saltarello and Pavana (Italy), Portuguese melodies and the favorite song of the King Carlos I of Spain and V of Germany, Mille Regretz. Two religious hymns about the Virgin Mary will be played at the beginning and end of this first part.
The program will continue with the second repertoire that includes outstanding works for guitar from the 18th-20th centuries, such as Contradanza de los currutacos by F. Ferandiere (1771-1816), Fandango Variado by D. Aguado (1784-1849), Bolero by J. Arcas (1832-1882), A ma mie by AG Obregón (1877 – 1922), Dance 5 by E. Granados (1867-1916), Junto al Generalife by J. Rodrigo (1901 – 1999) and En los trigales by J. Rodrigo.
Part I – Victoria. A musical expedition around the globe
Cantiga – Alfonso X (the wise) (1221-1284)
Mille Regrez – J. Desprez (1455-1521) Arr. L. Narváez (1538) 3´20´´
Pavana – L. Milán (1500-1561) 1´30´´
Calate alla Spagnola – Dalza (- 1508) 3´+2´27´´
Deux Bransles de Poictou – Adrian le Roy (1520 – 1598) 1´30´´
Gaillarde – Guillaume Morlaye (1510-1558) 1´
Tourdion – A. Le Roy 1´45´´
Rodrigo Martínez – Cancionero Palacio (1505) 1´10´´
Nao tragais borzeguins pretos – Cancionero de París (S. XVI) 1´
Tourdion – P. Attaignant (1494-1552) 1´50´´
Canario – J. Kapsberger (1580-1651) 3´30´´
Saltarello – V. Galilei (1520-1591) 1´30´´
Mylady Hunsdon’s Puffe (Allemande) – J. Dowland (1563-1626) 2´´
Ave Maris Stella – S.XIV 2´´
Part II – Capriccio Espagnol – From Ferandiere to Rodrigo
Contradanza de los currutacos – F. Ferandiere (1771-1816)
Fandango Variado – D. Aguado (1784 -1849)
Bolero – J. Arcas (1832-1882)
A ma mie – A. G. Obregón (1877 – 1922)
Danza 5 – E. Granados (1867-1916)
Junto al generalife – J. Rodrigo (1901 – 1999)
En los trigales – J. Rodrigo
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