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Date/Time
Date(s) - 11/01/2020
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Location
Catedral de Évora

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11 January 2020, Saturday, 18h00
EVORA CATHEDRAL

DUARTE LOBO (1565-1646)
ALMEIDA FERNANDO (c.1603-1660)

Capella Patriarchal
Cornetas & Sacabuxas of Lisbon
João Vaz body and management

CAPELLA PATRIARCHAL Created in 2006, and already having several concerts in Portugal, Spain, and Germany, the Capella Patriarchal project is mainly aimed at spreading the treasures of Portuguese sacred music. It frequently presents unpublished works.

CORNETAS & SACABUXAS DE LISBOA After several years working together in several national orchestras on 17th-century repertoire projects (namely Orquestra Barroca Casa da Música, Orquestra Gulbenkian and Ludovice Ensemble), the members of this group decided to create in Portugal a group that would assume the identity of their human and musical sharing.

João Vaz Born in Lisbon, João Vaz holds a degree in Organ Studies from the Escola Superior de Música de Lisboa, where he studied with Antoine Sibertin-Blanc, and from the Conservatório Superior de Música de Aragão, in Zaragoza, where he worked with José Luis González Uriol, as a Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation Scholar. He also holds a PhD in Music and Musicology from the University of Évora.

REPERTÓRIO For the first time, the Cornetas & Sacabuxas of Lisbon join the Capella Patriarchal, under the direction of João Vaz, to present a 17th century Portuguese polyphonic repertoire. The New Year concert will showcase works by Duarte Lobo and Fernando de Almeida (including the first modern audition of the hymn Gloria, laus et honor of the latter composer), in the combination of voices and wind instruments so typical of Iberian sixteenth-century practice.

MANUEL RODRIGUES COELHO (c.1555-1635)
The second attempt of the same [second] tone
(Music flowers, 1620)

DUARTE LOBO (1565-1646)
Natalis Noctis Mass
Kyrie
Gloria
Creed
Sanctus
Agnus Dei

FERNANDO DE ALMEIDA (1603/4-1660)
Gloria, laus et honor

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