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PLAY ALL. Todos Los Bienes Del Mundo. Released by Fonarte Latino Jan 2003 13 Tracks. Todos Los Bienes Del Mundo is a English album released on Jan 2003. Todos Los Bienes Del Mundo Album has 13 songs sung by Ensamble Galileo. Listen to all songs in high quality & download Todos Los Bienes Del Mundo songs on Gaana. attr("src", $('. de tp.

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Ensamble Galileo Length : 02:42. Composer: CANCIONERO MUSICAL DE PALACIO. This track is on the following album: Todos Los Bienes del Mundo.

Artist - Ensamble Galileo Album - Todos Los Bienes del Mundo(2006) Song - La Rosa En Florense Country - Mexico. 18. NATURALEZA MECÁNICA. Published: 10 years ago. Duration: 8:53. Composed by Manuel de Sumaya, Perfomed by Ensamble Galileo Album/Year: Todos los Bienes del Mundo - 2003. 20. ensamble galileo. Duration: 1:20. By. IX Festival de las artes Luminaria.

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1 La Rosa Enflorese
2 Folías
3 Alegres Luces Del Día
4 Calabaça, No Sé Buen Amor
5 Avrix Mi Galanica
6 La Vida Y La Gloria
7 El De Pedro Solamente
8 Todos Los Bienes Del Mundo
9 Ojos Morenicos
10 Sola Me Dexastes
11 El Ave Al Cielo
12 Como Aunque Culpa
13 La Serena

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Discos Antidoto S.A. de C.V.
  • Distributed By – Fonarte Latino, S.A. de C.V.
  • Pressed By – Sonopress Mexico – 35687
  • Recorded At – Estudio Subsónico
  • Produced For – Discos Antidoto S.A. de C.V.


  • Coordinator [Coordinación de Producción] – Araceli Murillo
  • Daf – Francisco Bringas
  • Graphic Design – Pablo Moya Rossi*
  • Harpsichord, Directed By [Dirección Repertorio Musical] – Vincent Carver
  • Lute [Reinasance Lute], Directed By [Dirección Repertorio Renacentista y Serafadí] – Manuel Mejía
  • Oboe, Crumhorn, Recorder – Alejandro Tello
  • Photography – Javier Pérez , Ramiro Martínez*
  • Producer [Producción Artística] – Ensamble Galileo, Rafael González
  • Recorded By [Asistente de Grabación], Mastered By – Felipe Kobeh
  • Recorded By, Mixed By – Daniel Pardo
  • Recorded By, Mixed By, Recorded By [Asistente de Grabación] – Leonardo Granados
  • Soprano Vocals – Rita Guerrero
  • Transcription By [Transcripción Musical de Piezas Virreinales] – Aurelio Tello M
  • Violin – Abel Romero, Luz Ángela Ortíz, Patrício Osorio, Vladimir Bendixen
  • Violoncello – Leonel Pérez
  • Vocals [Asesoría en Ornamentos Vocales] – Nadia Ortega


First album from Ensamble Galileo. Four panel digipak, white tray. 12 page booklet.

Recorded on spring 2003.

Serafadí, renaissance and viceregal music.

Following in the footsteps of Galileo Galilei and other genuine Renaissance spirits, as an ensemble we regard the music of the past as a possibility for renewing the present. Thus, our rendition is not the rediscovery of the old repertoires, but the finding of new ways to recreate them, responding to our present expressive needs. As we are certain that the line that divides popular music from concert music is more flexible than the rigid separation that has been made of them of late, our repertoire goes from the music of the Sephardic tradition and the Spanish Renaissance to the music of the Viceroyalty of the New Spain. Attracted by the music of the ancient Mexican chapels, of the remote migrant Mediterranean people and of the Spanish Renaissance songbooks, we have set out on a voyage through the routes of our re-sounding veins, discovering the wealth of works from which our musical identity has been constructed.




In 1492, thousands of Jews were expelled from Spain by royal decree, carrying with them an extraordinary devotion for the Spanish language and the Iberian culture. Centuries later, from Morocco to the Balkans, the traditional Spanish romances and the poetry of Lope de Vega, Tirso de Molina and Calderón de la Barca still resounding, side by side with songs and melodies that were the fruit of an original poetic thought, enriched by the contact with the cultural tradition of the adoptive countries of the Sephardic people. Many of these songs: biblical and news-bearing romances, lyrical poems, wedding chants, lullabies or love songs, were played either for entertainment or for accompanying moments of the liturgical cycle. In this repertoire, we present two romances that tell stories and a wedding chant: “Avrix mi galanica".



Many of the pieces gathered by the professional musicians of the 15th and 16th centuries in the codex known as Cancionero Musical de Palacio are popular songs Coming from a long medieval tradition, but performed in polyphony with the very characteristic and modern hallmarks of the Spanish musicians from that period. In contrast to the liturgical polyphony, the contents of these pieces extol truly profane and worldly subjects, sometimes obscene and picaresque. The most common poetic and musical form in this songbook is the carol. In its simplest form this consists of the estribillo and the coplas.


One of the most representative musicians of the Mexican baroque, he was born in México around 1678. Of both Indian and European ancestry, his music came to be the crowning achievement of the baroque style in the New World. In 1715 he was appointed Chapel Master in Mexico’s Cathedral, where he was in service until 1738. Later on he moved to Oaxaca, where he remained until his death. On this album we include three of his cantadas, compositions for a single voice with instrumental accompaniment that derive from the Italian cantatas. They are assembled around an aria da capo; Sumaya plays with the structure so that it is not static, taking care not to present it identically in all of his cantadas. Thus, the aria is accompanied either by coplas or seguidillas, a recitative, or both. The use of the European form is not an imitation; it is rather adjusted, taken to its limits and enriched by the context of what was then called the new continent and by the creative genius of this extraordinary composer.



El Ensamble Galileo was formed in the year 2000. It has performed in places of a diverse nature, from those associated with this kind of music, such as chapels, museums, churches and concert halls, to open spaces, as was the case in the launching of the book The Cave, by the author José Saramago, in the main square of México City. In November 2001, they performed the concert “A Musical Soirée in the Convent” with the actress Ofelia Medina, for the conference Aproximaciones a Sor Juana, commemorating the 350th anniversary of the birth of the greatest poet from the viceroyalty. Galileo has also performed in different book-fairs and festivals throughout México, such as the Early Music Festival in the city of Querétaro.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode ((Text)): 7 509841 212465
  • Matrix / Runout: 35687 ENSAMBLE GALILEO [Sonopress Mexico logo]
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L025
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 0815
Ensamble Galileo - Todos Los Bienes Del Mundo FLAC album
Ensamble Galileo
Todos Los Bienes Del Mundo
FLAC size:
1264 mb
MP3 size:
1257 mb
WMA size:
1377 mb
Folk, Medieval, Renaissance, Sephardic, Romantic, Baroque, Copla
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