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Órganos Históricos de Oaxaca, México, Vol 1

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Guy Bovet

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Convent of San Geronimo
Tlacochahuaya, Mexico - map
Unknown/Tattershall 1650 I/15
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Antonio de Cabezón Fabordones del primer tono Purchase sheetmusic 4:19 track Rating:
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Dulce memoria 4:07 track Rating:
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Diferencias sobre la Gallarda Milanesa View sheetmusic
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Francisco Correa de Arauxo Tiento del quinto tono 4:23 track Rating:
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Tiento (I, III) de dos tiples del segundo tono 5:10 track Rating:
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Tiento tercero (VXIII) del cuarto tono 4:01 track Rating:
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By: Brian on Jun, 06 2012

Something of a clattering pile, but the music and stops are rather nice.

Juan Cabanilles Tocata II de má esquerra 2:30 track Rating:
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By: tonithepipe on Apr, 05 2016

horrible out of tune !!! i recommend Tuning before recording.......

By: tonithepipe on Apr, 05 2016

.....or - distuning is part of the "historic" Sound.....

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Pasacalles II 4:17 track Rating:
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Jose Blasco de Nebra Fandango de España 2:56 track Rating:
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By: Brian on Mar, 28 2012

Excellent. Lots of eccentric and fun silliness, including birdsong and drumming on the console. It also sounds very like something Bovet himself could have written.

By: gemshorn on Sep, 14 2016

Indeed very much Bovet style. Or is Bovet's style coming from such funny pieces?

Guy Bovet Improvisación sobre temas oaxaquenas 9:47 track Rating:
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By: Brian on Apr, 11 2012

This is excellent. Guy Bovet writes some really ingenious and clever music, always with a wicked hint of humour - and this is a fine sampling of it. Wistful, complex and amusing. Bravo.

By: Brian on Jun, 06 2012

If I ever hear this elsewhere, played on reeds that aren't quite so battered and out of tune - something unique and somehow integral to the "feel" of the piece will be sadly missing.

By: ragbin on Jun, 29 2012

The reeds at first seemed laughingly awful, but thanks to these comments I now look forward to enjoying this piece next time.

By: nigh on Jul, 05 2013

Bravo Bovet. And the organ is so bad it is great.

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