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Performance on 3

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Hesperion XX and their director Jordi Savall have long been delighting audiences the world over as one of the most brilliant and inventive of early music ensembles. This Music Live concert comes direct from the Piping centre in Glasgow.
Anon Canto Llano de la Inmaculada
Concepeion
Francisco Correa de Arauxo Tres
Glasas sobre el Canto Llano
Anon Ensalada : Corten Espadas
Afiladas
Bemabe Fantasia
Juan Bias de Castro Romance No 4:
Desde las Torres del Alma
Juan Cabanilles Tiento Lleno
Francisco Guerrero Villancico: Si la
Noche Haze Escura
8.15 Poems on the Pavement
The poems on the pavement outside the city halls in Glasgow, not published in any anthology, describe a bygone age of the merchant city. Poet Edwin Morgan talks about his work and the inspiration the city gives him. The poetry is read by Adam McNaughtan and Liz Lochhead.
8.35 Juan Cabanilles Fantasia
Anon Elix: Lament de la Verge:
Ternari: 0 Poder del Alt Imperi Sebastian Aquilera de Heredia Tiento de Salve Regina
Anon Pange Lingua Gloriosi "More Hispano
Juan Cabanilles Tiento XVII de
"Pange Lingua"; Corrente Italianna Juan Cererols Villancico No 8:
Serafin Que con Dulce Harmonia
Anon Jaracas: No Hay Que Dezirle el Primor

Contributors

Director: Jordi Savall
Unknown: Arauxo Tres
Unknown: Canto Llano
Unknown: Anon Ensalada
Unknown: Corten Espadas
Unknown: Bemabe Fantasia
Unknown: Juan Cabanilles
Talks: Edwin Morgan
Read By: Adam McNaughtan
Read By: Liz Lochhead.
Unknown: Sebastian Aquilera
Unknown: Heredia Tiento
Unknown: Corrente Italianna
Unknown: Juan Cererols Villancico
Unknown: Serafin Que

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