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José Español  (1694-1758) - Complete works

406 pages. 2020 ISMN 979-0-805412-91-7 (PDF)

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José Español was born in Zaragoza in 1694. He possibly studied at one of Zaragoza's musical centers, such as El Pilar or La Seo. His teachers could have been Miguel Ambiela, Joaquín Martínez de la Roca, José de Cáseda or Francisco Portería. Between 1715 and 1718, he was organist at the Royal Monastery of San Juan de la Peña (Huesca). In 1731 he was appointed organist of the parish of Santo Tomás of Haro (La Rioja), a position he held until his death in 1758. In Haro he directed the small music chapel that he had at his disposal, although there is evidence that he also participated at the festivities in neighboring towns, such as Casalarreina (La Rioja) or Laguardia (Álava). A part of the music owned by Español has been preserved in Haro. There are about 120 works (villancicos and cantatas) composed in the first decades of the 18th century, of which 43 are works by José Español. Only two other pieces by this musician have been preserved in other archives.

It should be noted that the alto parts, lower than usual, are conceived for a high tenor. Likewise, the duos for alto and tenor can be performed with a soprano and alto (or a mezzo) transposing the piece, as indicated by José Español himself.

Contenido:

Vau. Lamentatio Secunda. S, bc.

A la fuente de dulzuras. AT, bc.

Adórote, mi bien. AT, bc.

Agitado de temores. AT, bc.

Al sol de justicia. AT, oboe, bc.

Al convite. AT, bc.

Al golfo, marineros (1731). ST, organ obl.

Al monte. SS, bc.

Al triunfo festivo. AT, bc.

Avecilla canora. STB, bc.

Calme, calme mi esperanza. AT, bc.

Cándidos labradores del orbe. ST, bc.

Como el amor es un divino fuego. AT, bc.

Corran las fuentes (1744). SSAT, bc.

Cristo mío, quien te vio (vers. 1). AT, bc.

Cristo mío, quien te vio (vers. 2). SS, bc.

Ferviente el amor (1746). AT, bc.

Fuego respira. SS, bc.

La piedad más amante (1745). AT, bc.

Lauda Jerusalem (1746). AT, bc.

Luces sagradas (1742). SA, 2 violins, bc.

Oh, admirable Redemptor (1745). AT, bc.

Oh, admirable Sacramento (I) (1745. AT, bc.

Oh, admirable Sacramento (II) (1739). AT, bc.

Oh, admirable Sacramento (III) (1739). AT, bc.

Oh, admirable Sacramento (IV). AT, bc.

Oh, admirable Sacramento (V). S S/A, bc.

Oh, mística rosa (vers. 1). S, organ obl.

Oh, mística rosa (vers. 2). S, bc.

Palomita la del amor (1731). S, violín, bc.

Paraninfos celestes (1738). SAT, bc.

Pare el sol, calmen las luces (1746). AT, oboe+bc / organ

Pues el misterio del Corpus (1732). SSAT, bc.

Pues más que nunca ufanas. SATB, bc.

Qué bien del pan angélico (1734). SSAT, cello, 2 oboes+bc / organ

Qué estratagema. ST, bc.

Qué me a consejas (1743). SAT, bc.

Que sí, sí, sí, que no, no, no (1739). AT, bc.

Querubes del trono (1746). AT, bc.

Quién es esta (1733). SSAT, bc.

Rizados penachos (1742). SSAT, 2 violins, bc.

Si el coro celestial. AT, bc.

Todas las naciones. AT, bc.

Tributad obsequiosos. SS, bc.

Vengan a la mesa. SS, bc.

Vengan todos a adorar. AT, bc.

Venid al altar. SSAT, bc.

Suspirando descansa. Siguidillas humanas. S, bc.

En la entrada de la calle. Solo humano. S

Ay, triste pensamiento. Recitado y aria humana. S, bc.

Viva de mi amor. Aria humana. S, bc.

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