Alfonso X el Sabio, 1221-1284. Cantigas de Jerusalén
Eduardo Paniagua · Música Antigua






Pneuma PN-1540
2017














IGLESIA O SINAGOGA EN DIOSPOLIS
1. Non devemos por maravilla tẽer  [7:26]   CSM 27


MONASTERIO DE JERUSALÉN
2. Gran fe devia om’ aver en Santa Maria  [8:09]   CSM 187   ::   CSM 394


3. LAS PEREGRINAS DE SIGÜENZA A JERUSALÉN  [2:12]   CSM 383
[ O ffondo do mar tan chano]


PEREGRINOS A JERUSALÉN EN ACRE. LOS CUATRO ELEMENTOS
4. Gran poder á de mandar  [11:06]   CSM 33


CRUZ DE CRISTAL DEL MERCADER DE ACRE
5. A Madre de Jesu-Cristo   que ceos, terras e mares  [9:08]   CSM 172


6. GETSEMANÍ, LA VIRGEN DE LA LECHE  [4:46]   CSM 29
[Nas mentes sempre tẽer]


VARÓN DE ULTRAMAR EN JERUSALÉN
7. Tan gran poder á a Virgen  [11:34]   CSM 337


SANTA MARÍA DE SCALA EN GÉNOVA
8. O que en Santa Maria todo seu coraçon ten  [9:59]   CSM 287





MÚSICA ANTIGUA
Eduardo Paniagua






Recording: Hugo Westerdahl, October 2016-September 2017, Madrid





The Cantigas of Jerusalem are part of Pneuma's project to record a retrospective of the entire collection of the Cantigas de Santa Marķa de Alfonso X. More specifically, this recording is part of the collection of miracles that take place in the Eastern Mediterranean, and complements CD PN 880 Cantigas of Byzantium, PN-1490 Cantigas of Rome, PN-1510 Cantigas of Alexandria and PN2-1530 Cantigas from Overseas.

Foreign lands, the Holy Land and Jerusalem appear in the cantigas along with 13th century characters related in some way with pilgrims (palmers), traders and crusaders going to the East from Europe and back again, to defend Christendom from the Muslims, to search for riches and to express their true devotion to the places where Jesus Christ lived.

This selection is about miracles concerning the apostles and the lives of the pilgrims and monks in this land in the Middle Ages.

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