José Miguel Moreno

José Miguel Moreno

Renaissance Lute

Sunday, September 27, 2009 - 3:00 pm
St. Philip's In The Hills Episcopal Church
4440 N. Campbell Ave. (at River Road)

Attaignant/de Sermisy – Tan que vivray
Attaignant – Gaillarde
Milán – Fantasia de consonancias y redobles
le Roy – Passemèze, Gaillarde
des Pres/de Narváez – Mille regrez
de Narváez – Baxa de contrapunto, Romanesca
Ortiz – Passamezzo antiguo, Romanesca, Passamezzo moderno
Dowland – Preludium, The Frog Galliard, A Fancy, Mrs. Winter's Jump
Dowland – Mr. John Langton's Pavan, My lady hunnsdon's puffe, Fortune
Dowland – Sir Jhon Smith, his Almain
de Cabezón – Diferencias sobre La Dama le Demanda
de Mudarra – Pavana de Alexander, Fantasia que contrahaze la harpa a la manera de Ludovico

José Miguel Moreno, from Madrid, is one of the world's leading performers on historical plucked string instruments. He specializes in historical interpretation, with a wide-ranging repertory, and he often plays on original instruments. Moreno, with his wife, has done extensive research on the building of ancient instruments of the lute and guitar family. He has taught at prestigious universities and conservatories throughout the world. He will be presenting a program of music for Renaissance lute by Ortiz, Cabezón, Dowland, and others. He records for the Glossa label. His album "Spanish Guitar (1536–1836)" has sold nearly 30,000 copies.

“…one of the great Spanish musicians of our century.”
Luis Gago, El País