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Salsa Baroque

Ensemble Caprice, Matthias Maute

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1.1
Collection Flores de música, 1706-1709 / Chacona
Anonymous; Ensemble Caprice; Matthias Maute
2:39
1.2
Hanacpachap cussicuinin
Anonymous; Ensemble Caprice; Matthias Maute
3:47
1.3
Collection Flores de música, 1706-1709 / Differenzias sobre la Gayta
Anonymous; Ensemble Caprice; Matthias Maute
4:17
1.4
Tleycantimo choquiliya
Gaspar Fernandes; Ensemble Caprice; Matthias Maute
3:37
1.5
Collection Flores de música, 1706-1709 / Xácara
Anonymous; Ensemble Caprice; Matthias Maute
2:03
1.6
Los coflades de la estleya
Juan de Araujo; Ensemble Caprice; Matthias Maute
4:20
1.7
Collection Flores de música, 1706-1709 / Pasacalles de 2o tono
Anonymous; Ensemble Caprice; Matthias Maute
2:29
1.8
Yo soy la locura (excerpt from Ballet de la follie)
Henry de Bailly; Ensemble Caprice; Matthias Maute
4:57
1.9
Pastorale / I. Allegro
Domenico Zipoli; Ensemble Caprice; Matthias Maute
1:14
1.10
Pastorale / II. Piva
Domenico Zipoli; Ensemble Caprice; Matthias Maute
0:24
1.11
Pastorale / III. Pastorale
Domenico Zipoli; Ensemble Caprice; Matthias Maute
1:20
1.12
Collection Truxillo del Perú II, c. 1780
Anonymous; Ensemble Caprice; Matthias Maute
2:23
1.13
Battalia imperiale / I. Battalia imperiale
Domenico Zipoli; Ensemble Caprice; Matthias Maute
1:11
1.14
Battalia imperiale / II. Battalia dolorosa
Domenico Zipoli; Ensemble Caprice; Matthias Maute
1:00
1.15
Battalia imperiale / III. Battalia furiosa
Domenico Zipoli; Ensemble Caprice; Matthias Maute
1:22
1.16
Tarará
Antonio de Salazar; Ensemble Caprice; Matthias Maute
1:30
1.17
Collection Flores de música, 1706-1709 / Tremblante estilo italiano
Anonymous; Ensemble Caprice; Matthias Maute
3:06
1.18
Xicochi Conetzintle
Gaspar Fernandes; Ensemble Caprice; Matthias Maute
2:05
1.19
Marizapalos
Santiago de Murcia; Ensemble Caprice; Matthias Maute
3:34
1.20
La Jotta
Santiago de Murcia; Ensemble Caprice; Matthias Maute
3:49
1.21
Collection Flores de música, 1706-1709 / Discurso con ecos
Anonymous; Ensemble Caprice; Matthias Maute
6:39
1.22
Convidando está la noche
Juan García de Zéspedes; Ensemble Caprice; Matthias Maute
3:29
Total Playing Time    61:15
One can describe baroque music of Latin America as a fusion of harmonies and rhythms of Europe and Africa blended with Amerindian nuances and styles. This unique fusion dates back to the 16th century and gave rise to a complex and fascinating multitude of musical forms resulting in a great variety of instrumentations, structures, and rhythmic and melodic phrasing.

Salsa is the Spanish word for sauce, designating at the same time a dance as well as a family of musical genres in Latin-American music. It is this latter meaning and its ancient roots that, together with a bit of humour, Ensemble Caprice has taken to give the title Salsa Baroque to their project. Despite the human and political tragedies surrounding the colonization of the South-American continent, the multipolar musical culture that resulted is distinguished by its fiery spirit and passion: here is music with a unique character that enriches the repertoire of the 17th century with refreshing novelties.
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