Sete Lágrimas / Gulbenkian Choir

A Última Nau

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The account of the first circumnavigation of the earth, under the command of Ferdinand Magellan, as told by the gentleman Antonio Pigafetta, the Italian scholar and explorer who travelled on board the Victoria and survived to tell the tale. Magellan’s voyage is also a journey of sounds… the sounds that the sailors heard, the sounds they imagined… the sounds they dreamed of… the shouts of “land ahoy” that might save them… or the sounds of the endless oceans of hope, victory, or despair… From both ocean and land come winds that are essential – some gentle, others terrible… A Última Nau (“The last ship”) brings us the sounds – of these coastlines, these lands, these seas – carried by the winds – real or metaphorical – from the whole world.


Program

Sete Lágrimas

Filipe Faria and Sérgio Peixoto Artistic Direction

Filipe Faria Voice
Sérgio Peixoto Voice
Pedro Castro Flutes and Baroque Oboe
Denys Stetsenko Baroque Violin
Tiago Matias Vihuela, Oud, Baroque Guitar and Tiorba
Sofia Diniz Viola da gamba
Mário Franco Double bass
Rui Silva Historic percussion

Gulbenkian Choir
Jorge Matta Conductor

 

A Última Nau

Giovanni Girolamo Kapsberger
Tocatta arpegiatta

Tradicional (Italy / Lombardia)
San Giuseppe e la Madonna

Cancioneiro de Montecassino
Adoramus te

Filipe Faria / Sérgio Peixoto (arr.)
Parto triste saludoso 

Romance Sefarad (Morocco)
Mosé salió de Misraim

Anónimo (XVII century)
Olá zente que aqui samo 

Filipe da Madre de Deus
Oiga el que ignora

Joaquim António da Silva Calado
Flor amorosa

Anónimo (Brazil)
É tarde, ela dorme

Tradicional (Argentina)
Zamba

Filipe Faria / Sérgio Peixoto (arr.)
Pues que veros 

Tradicional (Macau)
Bastiana

Tradicional (Timor)
Ko le le mai

Tradicional (Goa)
O Divan de Mogorá

Eugénio Tavares
A força de cretcheu

Filipe Faria / Sérgio Peixoto (arr.)
Triste vida vivyre 

Claude Goudimel
Contrafactum salmo “La Terre au Seigneur appartien”

Filipe Faria / Sérgio Peixoto (arr.)
El pesebre (Lope de Vega)


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