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Blue Heron presents Song of Songs / Songs of Love

Location: New York, USA
Choir type: Professional Choirs
Voicing: Mixed
FINAL BLUE HERON CONCERT OF THE SEASON
Follows Debut at Berkeley Festival & Exhibition in California
 
Scott Metcalfe, director
 
Saturday, June 9, 8 PM
First Church in Cambridge, Congregational
11 Garden St, Cambridge, MA
 
Sunday, June 10, 4 PM
St Ignatius of Antioch Episcopal Church
87th Street, New York City
between Broadway and West End Avenue
New York, New York
 
Blue Heron's tremendously popular program of sixteenth-century Spanish music invites the listener to experience the many meanings of the Song, which embrace the wonders of both human and divine love. Twelve singers deployed in various combinations perform sensuous sacred settings of the Song of Songs alongside love songs, by turns sweet, saucy, heartbroken, bitter, swaggering, urgent, and comic. Music by Guerrero, Victoria, Vivanco, Gombert and others.
 
voices Cameron Beauchamp, Pamela Dellal, Paul Guttry, Owen McIntosh, Jason McStoots, Martin Near, Aaron Sheehan, Mark Sprinkle, Sumner Thompson, Daniela Tosic, Zachary Wilder, Shari Wilson
Marilyn Boenau, bajón
Kateri Chambers, actress
 
Program:
 
Francisco Guerrero (1528-99)
Surge, propera, amica mea
Tota pulchra es, Maria
Trahe me post te
Ojos claros y serenos
 
Tomás Luis de Victoria (1548-1611)
Vadam et circuibo civitatem
Vidi speciosam sicut columbam
Sebastián de Vivanco(c.1550-1622)
Sicut lilium inter spinas
Veni dilecte mi
Nicolas Gombert (c.1495-c.1560)
Anima mea liquefacta est
Tota pulchra es
 
Juan Vásquez (c.1500-c.1560)
De los álamos vengo, madre
Ojos morenos, ¿quándo nosveremos?
Morenica me era yo
De las dos hermanas
Descendid al valle, la niña
 
anonymous (Cancionero de Medinaceli, MS, c.1569)
Claros y frescos ríos
 
anonymous (Villancicos de diversos Autores, 1556)
Ay luna que reluzes
Si la noche haze escura
Dime, robadora
Desdeñado soy de amor
 
Ginés de Morata (Cancionero deMedinaceli, MS, c.1569)
Pues que no puedo olvidarte

 
 
 
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