From 23th to 30th July, 2017
Sweelinck and his pupils (manualiter repertoire)
Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck (1562-1621)
Samuel Scheidt (1587-1653)
Música española en manuscritos portugueses
Estacio Lacerna (1574-ca.1625)
Diego de Alvarado (ca. 1580-1643)
Francisco Correa de Arauxo (1584-1654)
Juan del Vado (ca.1625-1691)
Andrés de Sola (1634-1696)
Sebastián Durón (1660-1716)
Organ Music by Böhm–Bach– Mendelssohn
Georg Böhm (1661-1733)
Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)
Felix Mendelssohn (1809-1847)
The purpose of the course is to show the links between Böhm, Bach and Mendelssohn through these two corals. Participants are also welcome to bring works of free choice by the three composers.
Study and practice of armony modal, tonal and atonal.
Melodic elaboration and phrase construction.
Motivic and contrapuntal development.
Chorale harmonization, realization of figured and non-figured bass.
Study of form and schools of practice: Choralvorspiel, Partita, French Suite.
Treatment and use of plainchant.
Introduction to the musical language of Maurice Duruflé.
Study of the modes by Olivier Messiaen.
Evolution of personal musical language.
SEMINARS AND LECTURES
Irene de Ruvo
Giovanni Battista Dalla Gostena
Giovanni Battista Dalla Gostena (Genova 1558 ca. - Genova, 1593) is considered one of the most important composers of his time through the 16 and 17 centuries. His 25 fantasias and the 3 French chansons were published in 1599 by his nephew Simone Molinaro (Genova 1565 ca. - 1615) in “Intavolatura di liuto”, printed six years after Dalla Gostena's death. The new first edition of the Giovanni Battista Dalla Gostena’s instrumental pieces by Irene de Ruvo is an interesting transcription from the original lute tablature to the new organ tablature.
Information about lodging in Palencia will be given by the organizers of the course when required.
Bank: Caja Duero
IBAN: ES90 2108 2401 6500 3309 8696
Registration deadline: Until 20th June, 2017
Asociación de Amigos del Órgano de Palencia
Plaza de San Pablo, 8 E-34005 - Palencia
Teléfono: (+34) 629 878 681