Eduardo Paniagua - España del Cid

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España del Cid
Caballeros y Guerreros – Música de los siglos XI al XIII
Eduardo Paniagua is an architect and musician specializing in medieval Spanish music.

Between 1966 and 1983 he was a member of the group Atrium Musicae de Madrid, playing wind instruments and percussion. More recently he has been a founding member of the groups Cálamus and Hoquetus which specialize in the music of Arabic Andalusia.

In 1994 he created the group Música Antigua to perform and record the Cantigas de Santa Maria. In the same year he also founded the group Ibn Báya together with the lutenist Omar Metioui, for the performance and recording of Andalusian music.

He also founded and currently manages the record label Pneuma through which he has published a number of his own recordings. Some of the recordings are reissues of earlier Sony Hispánica recordings, or compilations from other Pneuma recordings.

Contents

Amigo de Principes
Alfonso el Sabio, Cantigas de Santa Maria
1. CSM 297: Virtud "Com' é mui bõ a creença do que non vee om' e cree" (instr.)
2. CSM 195: El torneo "Quena festa e o dia"
Rodrigo, Vasalo de Alfonso VI
Alegret
3. Cançión: Ara pareisson lláubre tiga sec

Quam wa nisf Isbihan, andalusí marroquí (melody & rhythm)
4. La fortaleza:

Alfonso el Sabio, Cantigas de Santa Maria
5. CSM 63: La batalla de San Esteban de Gormaz, Soria "Quen ben serv' a Madre do que quis morer"
Dona Jimena
Alfonso el Sabio, Cantigas de Santa Maria
6. CSM 207: La vengenza del cabellero "Se ome fezer de grado pola Virgen algun ben"

Alfonso el Sabio, Cantigas de Santa Maria
7. CSM 322: Conejos asados "A Virgen, que de Deus Madre"
Los destierros
Alfonso el Sabio, Cantigas de Santa Maria
8. CSM 286: Los judíos y la mordedura de un perro "Tanto quer Santa María os que ama deffender"
9. CSM 179: La mujer de Molina "Ben sab' a que pod' e val"
Reinos de Taifas, Defensa de Toledo
Anon. Twishya del quddam rasd
10. Noche sin ti

Ibn Zaydún Quddam rasd
11. Despedida

Alfonso el Sabio, Cantigas de Santa Maria
12. Los Toledanos y Alvar Rodriguez: (v, 204-232) Alvarus ecce venit (Contrefacta de Cantigas de Santa Maria CSM 418)
Conquista de Valencia
Anon., Taqsim 'ud
13. El alba
Anon., Andalusi lullaby from Tunisia, taqil rythm, ráhawi mode
14. Nana Andalusí Ninni, Ninni jáhanum (instr.)

Alfonso el Sabio, Cantigas de Santa Maria
15. CSM 374: Almogávares "Muito quer Santa María"

Playing time: 63' 46"

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