Saturday, February 23, 2008

The Nashville Early Music Ensemble will be performing at the Nashville Parthenon on Friday, April 18, at 6:00 p.m. This will be a joint performance of the NEME and La Colmena Flamenco Dance Troupe. The concert will be one of a series of Echo Concerts sponsored by the Metro Parks Department and will feature dance and music of Spain.

The program will include music of the court, folk songs, liturgical music, cantigas and flamenco music and dancing. The musicians are directed by Gerald Moore, and the leader of the dance troupe is Reischa Feuerbacher. The concert is free and open to the public.

For directions to the Parthenon, Click Here.

The Parthenon

Pictures and Video from the Feb. 10, 2008 Concert

Concert Pictures
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Nashville Early Music Ensemble

Concert Videos
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She Loves Me, She Loves Me Not

Concert Introduction


01 It was a lover and his lass - Thomas Morley (1557-1603)
02 If my complaints - John Dowland (1562-1626)
03 Heigh ho! For a husband - John Gamble (16??-1687)
04 The Dumb Wife - William Chappell (1809-1888)


05 Yammil abaya - Iraqi Love Song
06 Ida da go sakas - Macedonian Folk Song
07 Iste Hendek - Turkish Dance Song


08 Unter alln auf dieser Erden - Hans Leo Hassler (1564-1612)
09 Tanzen und Springen - Hans Leo Hassler
10 My, my, mon dous amy - 15th C., France


11 Si verias - Sephardic Folk Song
12 Du meydele du fayns - Yiddish Folk Song
13 Moja diridika - Croatian Dance Song


14 So ben mi ch'a bon tempo - Orazio Vecchi (1550-1605)
15 Cansados tengo los ojos - Cancionero de la Palacio, c.1500, Madrid
16 El Ole Traditional - Spanish Folk Song


17 Since first I saw your face - Thomas Ford (1575-1648)
18 Fanatsia - Alonso Mudarra (c.1510-1580)
19 Mick McGuire - Irish Drinking Song
20 Fair Phyllis - John Farmer (c.1565-c.1605)

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