Aldo Abreu plays Anonymous music from Mexico

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This anonymous composer wrote some beautiful tunes.  Too bad we have no idea who he or she was!  These pieces dating from around 1750 were discovered in the Mexico City Cathedral.  Aldo Abreu has arranged them for recorder and basso continuo.

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Anonymous (Mexico City Cathedral, 1750):  Sonatas;

Salaverde:  Canzona Segunda.

Aldo Abreu, recorders; Peter Sykes, harpsichord; Sarah Freiburg, cello

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More info:  http://www.hunsteinartists.com/artists/abreu.html

Recorded in a live broadcast in WGBH's Fraser Performance Studio on October 22nd, 2009.
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