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La Ciudad Celeste and Other Important Choral Works by Juan Orrego-Salas

 
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Product Code: MS30000701

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This collection includes premiere recordings of the choral works of composer Juan Orrego-Salas, founder and first director of Indiana University's Latin American Music Center. Born in Chile in 1919, Juan Orrego-Salas studied with Domingo Santa Cruz, Randall Thompson and Aaron Copland, becoming one of the most important Latin American composers of the 20th-century. The disc includes the world-premiere of his cantata La Ciudad Celeste for baritone, chorus and orchestra, conducted by Carmen Helena Téllez, and featuring baritone Benjamn Eley. Based on texts from Revelation, it was commissioned to celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Evangelization of America in 1992, and is distinguished by its dazzling colors and declamatory verve. Another important work in the collection is the Cánticos Sagrados for chorus and instrumental ensemble, conducted by Jan Harrington, a great example of Orrego-Salas's devotional lyricism. The virtuosic Madrigales for chorus a cappella showcase Orrego-Salas unique brand of modernism, in contrast to the lovely set of early works in neoclassical style based on Spanish Golden-Age poems. The CD features the Indiana University Singers, Contemporary Vocal Ensemble and Chamber Orchestra.
 
 
 
 
Tracks
  1. Lam ciudad celeste  OP for baritone, chorus and orchestra
         Benjamin Eley, baritone
         Guido Gartner, concertmaster
         Indiana University Comtemporaty Vocal Ensemble, University Singers and Chamber 
        Orchestra
        Carmen Helena Tellez, conductor
  2. Romance a lo divino  OP for chorus a cappella
  3. Villancico Op for chorus a cappella
    Tres romance pastorales Op for chorus a cappella
  4.   Las flores del romero
  5.   De los montes vengo
  6.   Enun pastoral albergue
    Tres madrigales OP for a cappella
  7.   Pidiole a Narciso
  8.   Amarilis
  9.   Moca tn fermosa
           Indiana University Contemporary Cocal Ensemble
           Carmen Helena Tellez conductor
    Tres canticos sagrados Op for chorus and instrumental ensemble
  10. De profundis
  11. Jesu dulcis
  12. O vos imnes
           Robert Samels, Bass 
           Indiana University Singers and Instrumental Ensemble
           Jan Harrington conductor

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