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Forma Antiqva

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The Festival de Música Antiga de Palma closes its XXV edition with Farándula castiza. Cartelera instrumental de corrales y coliseos, a program that has won the quality seal of the Association of Classical Music Festivals of Spain (FestClásica) 2021.

The proposal comes from Forma Antiqva, one of the most important classical music groups in Spain. This formation takes the music of theater, of show business, and revives the cultural focus that was Madrid in the mid-18th century. A nest of farces, ditties and openings, of passion and affection in a perennial brawl through the city's corrals and coliseums.

Directed by Aarón Zapico, who also plays the harpsichord, Forma Antiqva is made up of Jorge Jiménez (violin), Daniel Pinteño (violi), Pablo Zapico (guitar) and Daniel Zapico (theorbo).

Program:

Obertura
José de Nebra (1702-1768): Obertura d’Iphigenia en Tracia (allegro)
Bernardo Álvarez Acero (1766-1821): Fandango

First day
José Castel (1737-1807): Symphony no. 3 (alleged)
Nicolás Conforto (1718-1793): Sinfonía de La Nitteti (andante alla francese)
Vincent Baset (1719 -1764): Sinfonía a più stromenti, Bas-3 (allegro assai - adagio - minuet)

Second day
Luigi Boccherini (1743-1805): Tempo di minuetto, op VI
Juan Bautista Mele (ca.1701 - 1752): Sinfonía de Angelica and Medoro (andante)
Nicolás Conforto: Fandango
Vicente Baset: Apertura a più stromenti, Bas-7 (allegro assai - andante moderato - presto)

Third day
Santiago de Murcia (1673-1739): Cumbees
Nicolás Conforto: Sinfonía de Siroe (con ira - andante alla francese - allegro)
Francisco Corselli (1705-1778): obertura de La cautela en la amistad (andante)
José de Nebra: obertura d'Iphigenia en Tracia (minuet - allegro)

The end
José Castel: Symphony no. 3 (minuet)
Vicente Baset: Apertura a più stromenti, Bas-5 (allegro assai - adagio – allegro)

Església de Nostra Senyora del Socors

Església de Nostra Senyora del Socors
(Palma de Mallorca)

 
Free
 

Saturday

26 November 2022

20:00 h.

   
Address Carrer del Socors, 24 - Palma de Mallorca
Web https://www.palma.cat
   


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