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  • La Capella Reial de Catalunya
  • Hespèrion XXI
  • Jordi Savall

To recall in the space of 75 minutes of music the essential experiences in the life of Charles V and, at the same time, draw closer to a period of such profound significance for our own modern history, are objectives that we can achieve only through a selection of the most significant music that was loved and listened to by the protagonists of the age. In the words of Elias Canetti, “Music is the true living history of humankind, and we put our faith in it because what it says relates to our feelings”. And so it will be the courtly music, the spiritual music and also the popular music that will enlighten us as to the lights and shadows of an age marked by Humanism and the Renaissance, by discovery and war.

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La Capella Reial de Catalunya,
Hespèrion XXI,
Dirección: Jordi Savall

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Data i lloc de gravació : Col·legiada del Castell de Cardona (Catalunya) Febrer i Maig 2000

Llista de Temes

CARLOS V
Mille Regretz: la Canción del Emperador
Luces y sombras en el tiempo de Carlos V

I 1459 El tiempo de Maximilian I y de María de Borgoña
Heinrich Isaac Fortuna desperata: Nasci, pati, mori
Anónimo (Petrucci) Dit le Burguygnon (instr.)
Anónimo Quand je bois du vin clairet (Tourdion)

II 1496 Matrimonio de Felipe el Hermoso I con Juana la Loca
Juan del Enzina Amor con fortuna (Villancico)

1500 Nacimiento de Carlos V
Josquin des Près Vive le Roy (instr.)

1516 Reinado de Carlos V
Juan del Enzina Todos los bienes del mundo (Villancico)
Josquin des Près La Spagna, a 5 (instr.)

III 1519 Revuelta de las germanías en Valencia y represión de las Comunidades
Anónimo (Canc. Palacio) Harto de tanta porfía (Villancico)
1525 Batalla de Pavía
Janequin / Suzatto Pavana “La Battaglia” (instr.)
1526 Matrimonio de Carlos V con Isabel de Portugal
Toinot Arbeau Belle qui tiens ma vie (Chanson)
Antonio de Cabezón Diferencias sobre “Belle qui tiens ma vie”

IV 1527 Saco de Roma
Adrian Willaert Vecchie letrose (Villanesca)

1530 Clemente VII corona Carlos V como Emperador y Rey de Italia
Anónimo Fanfarre (instr.)
Cristóbal de Morales Sanctus de la Missa “Mille regrets”

V 1532 Paz de Nuremberg
Hieronimus Parabosco Da Pacem Domine (Ricercare XIV)

1538 Paz de Niza
Cristóbal de Morales Jubilate Deo omnis terrae

1539 Muerte de la esposa de Carlos V
Josquin des Près Mille Regretz (Chanson)

VI 1547 Batalla de Mühlberg
Mateo Flecha, el viejo Todos los buenos soldados (La Guerra)

1556 La abdicación
Cristóbal de Morales Agnus Dei de la Missa “Mille Regrets”

1557 Retiro en San Jerónimo de Yuste
Josquin / Luys de Narvaez Mille Regretz “Canción del Emperador”
1558 Muerte de Carlos V
Cristóbal de Morales Circumdederunt me gemitus mortis

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To recall in the space of 75 minutes of music the essential experiences in the life of Charles V and, at the same time, draw closer to a period of such profound significance for our own modern history, are objectives that we can achieve only through a selection of the most significant music that was loved and listened to by the protagonists of the age. In the words of Elias Canetti, “Music is the true living history of humankind, and we put our faith in it because what it says relates to our feelings”. And so it will be the courtly music, the spiritual music and also the popular music that will enlighten us as to the lights and shadows of an age marked by Humanism and the Renaissance, by discovery and war. Music from Burgundy, Germany, Spain and Italy, since let us not forget that Charles V, King of Spain and last Western Emperor, was born in Burgundy, brought up in the Low Countries, succeeded to the German Crown, was Emperor of the Romans and had constant dealings with Italians, and was fluent in Spanish, French, Flemish and German.

Of all these musical expressions, none could capture and express as aptly as Josquin’s song “Mille regretz”, the so-called “Song of the Emperor”, the singularly melancholy character and the profound sense of sadness which, during the last years of his life and despite the Emperor’s absolute faith and trust in God, had invaded the spirits of the first and last great Emperor of Europe.

Jordi Savall
San Francisco, January, 2000.

Translated by Jacqueline Minett