Posted 25 April, 2014 by-Ministry of Culture and Sports in News

Top Songs of the nineteenth century in the Chamber Theatre

Concierto musica siglo XIXThe concert "The popular song in Guatemala during the nineteenth century", will be held next Wednesday 30 April at the Chamber Theatre Hugo Carrillo Cultural Center Miguel Angel Asturias, where it will be revived a selected sample of the song repertory of civic matters, religious and recreational representing the Guatemalan popular nineteenth century feel.

They act as soloists, the cantantesLeslie González, Ada Chitay, Christian Polonsky y Sergio Alvarado, having teachers chaperone Vinicio Quezada, Adolfo Mendez, Iunuhé y Juan Andrés y Guillermo López de Gandarias. With the special participation of the Choir of San Juan Comalapa House, Chimaltenango, under the direction of maestro Joshua Peren.

In the first part of the program, illustrated choir compositions intended to be sung by children, starting with Carol Indian: Toditos the music stand, Miguel García (of early nineteenth century),Part type emerged during colonial, jokingly posed in, cultural characteristics of indigenous dominant view in accordance with European.

Polka was then hear The Children's Game Salvador Iriarte (1856-1908) and anthem The School Miguel Paniagua, pieces that sought to exalt national and civic values ​​in infants and denoting the influence of lounge music at the end of the century.

In the second part of the recital will hear three of the most popular forms of musical expression that were effective in temples, showing the intervention of secular elements: Easter Carol In Bethlehem is the glory Salvador Iriarte, with its characteristic rhythm are, the Ave María Valentin La Fuente, and, finally, the contrafacta You who filled the gifts, which is an arrangement "to the divine" held in mid-century by Albino Paniagua (1825-1885), an operatic air sobre de Gioacchino Rossini.

The third part of the program contains five erotic romantic tunes sore court, Mid Century, some texts by Spanish poets to music by composers Juan de Jesus Fernández (1795-1846) José León y ZERO. These pieces enlivened gatherings in homes of wealthy people, where, besides singing and playing instruments (piano or marimba), ate, drank and played cards.

The fourth and final part of the program is formed by three folk songs of Julian Gonzalez, Pedro Morales Pino and Julian Paniagua, with Latin American dance rhythms, in fashion to fine-century, as Cuban dance, Colombian and bambuco, and local double pass.

The concert is presented as an interagency effort between the Directorate General for Research of the University of San Carlos, the Humanities Research Institute of the Faculty of Humanities and the Department of Art Research Development Division of the Arts, Ministry of Culture and Sports.

These institutions have been performing together, a strong work assessment of cultural heritage of Guatemala in the various fields of art. The concert is the result of research conducted by the eponymous Maestro Igor Gandarias within the Culture Programme, Thought Society and Identity. Guatemalan DG Research.

This interagency integration is exemplary at a time in Guatemalan history when unity of effort to value ourselves, know and respect be postponed.

The Culture, engine of development!


9,931 total views, 8 views today

-Ministry of Culture and Sports