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Sorry to hop on board this line without an answer to the above but I thought I might get some indirect help also - if anyone has a score of the early Iberian anon. 'VARIATIONS ON THE GAYTA' as recorded by Robert Parkins on the Naxos Early Iberian Organ Music CD could they PM please.

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Not a recital, but I have included works by Cabezon in my planning for this Semester's music at the College where I am organist and the church where I'm DoM. The Hispanieae Schola Musica Sacra edition is available at IMSLP.

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Not a recital, but I have included works by Cabezon in my planning for this Semester's music at the College where I am organist and the church where I'm DoM. The Hispanieae Schola Musica Sacra edition is available at IMSLP.

 

Thanks Fiffaro, It's good to hear the sun still never sets on the works of Philip II's music mentor. Here in England I am afraid it's a bit cloudy!

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Sorry to hop on board this line without an answer to the above but I thought I might get some indirect help also - if anyone has a score of the early Iberian anon. 'VARIATIONS ON THE GAYTA' as recorded by Robert Parkins on the Naxos Early Iberian Organ Music CD could they PM please.

Cheers

A

 

Yes, I have a copy of this piece from the Martín y Coll MS. It is in Tonos de Palacio y Canciones Comunes volume 2 p254 edited by Julián Sagasta and published by Union Musical Española with catalogue number 22390. It is probably long out of print, but if you need any help in locating a copy pelase get in touch with me at johnartcollins@yahoo.com I am a specialist lecturer in the Iberian repertoire for my sins!! Parkins is one of the few people who can really play this repertoire well.

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Not a recital, but I have included works by Cabezon in my planning for this Semester's music at the College where I am organist and the church where I'm DoM. The Hispanieae Schola Musica Sacra edition is available at IMSLP.

 

This edition is very old, even the 1966 re-issue of the Obras de Musica in 3 voluems has several errors carried across from the original - for the very enthusiastic and adventurous the original edition in number tablature can be downloaded from IMSLP. A new edition of selected works in 4 volumes is in preparation by Bärenreiter, and Ut Orpheus of Bologna are also issuing the Obras de Musica of 1578 in several volumes. A new edition of the splendid pieces contained in Venegas de Henestrosa's Libro de cifra nueva of 1557 is needed, the old Spanish edition is full of errors, many carried across from the original. I wonder how many keyboard players, even in Spain, play this music today. I have written an overview which was published in Clavichord International and would be pleased to send it by email, johnartcollins@yahoo.com

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