Podcasts

Album of discs

Broadcasted on: 
05/02/2012

Interpretations of Victoria’s music by Ensemble Plus Ultra (II)

Album of discs

Broadcasted on: 
04/02/2012

Interpretations of Victoria’s music by Ensemble Plus Ultra (I)

Música Antigua

Broadcasted on: 
09/12/2011

The programme was devoted to the composer from Avila.

Música Antigua

Broadcasted on: 
04/11/2011

The programme was devoted to the composer from Avila.

Música antigua - Tomás Luis de Victoria in Madrid

Broadcasted on: 
28/10/2011

We started with a piece by Victoria since today our programme will be devoted to him. To commemorate his death in Madrid 400 years ago, we will focus our attention on his works since having returned from Rome. We will listen to pieces included in his book of masses, motets and psalms from 1600, together with some others attributed to the Royal Chapel Master of that time, Philipp Rogier.

Classical music in Radio 5

Broadcasted on: 
17/07/2011

Completed in 2011, 400th anniversary of TLV’s death, the project of the Ensemble Plus Ultra directed by Michael Noone and devoted to the works TLV wrote in the 25 years he was living in Madrid. We are listening to the motet “Oh creador y fundamento de Astros!" included in CD9, just published last June.

Great cicles: Tomás Luis de Victoria - Victoria XXII: Interview to Alfonso de Vicente

Broadcasted on: 
30/06/2011

We close TLV’s cycle with the music Alonso de Vicente, one of the most important musicologists specialized in TLV. He talked about his edition in 2008 of the letters from the composer, as well as about the different focuses on the performance of his music, the still hidden details of his biography, his masterpieces “Easter Service” or “Mass pro defunctis” and about the events held or still to hold in 2011 to commemorate the most important musical anniversary of the year.

Great cicles: Tomás Luis de Victoria - Victoria XXI

Broadcasted on: 
29/06/2011

Victoria pubished in the Royal Printing in Madrid in 1605 his last edition: Officium Defunctorum for the empress Maria de Austria, his protector during his time in Spain. We liste to this great piece, one of the best in his catalogue, by Gabrieli Consort and Paul McCreesh  as the conductor. We also listen to the motet Versa est in luctum by Alonso Lobo, one of Antonio de Cabezón ‘s pieces (the Empress childhood teacher) and Dies Irae from “Mass pro Defunctis” by Mateo Romero, master of the Royal Chapel in Victoria’s time.

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