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Jaume I "El conquistador"

Jaume I "El conquistador"-Symphonic Band Materials-Scores Advanced

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Author/Composer

Joan-Lluís Moraleda Perxachs

Field

Scores Advanced

Collection

Symphonic Band Materials Nr. 5

Language

Music

Format

Rental Materials

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Contents

Jaume I el Conqueridor (1208-1276) was the figure around which the current borders of the Catalan Countries were defined in the 13th century.

Jaume I el Conqueridor is also still today a living figure in popular memory, especially in the País Valencià, where he is considered to be the founder of all Valencianity, and where fantasy and popular legends credit him for many more deeds than he ever undertook.

This well rooted popular admiration undoubtedly stems from the incredible tales of his fabulous galant and love life, and also, let it be said, because of the undeniable virility he demonstrated throughout all his life.

Not everyone can boast of three legitimate wives, plus eight concubines for some time out, all of them verified and catalogued by historians, and amounting to up to ten sons and four daughters. These sons were all accepted and, later, strategically placed in convenient positions. Jaume el I el Conqueridor might be the most open and uninhibited of the Christian kings of Catalonia.

Picaresque literature has widely dealt with his condition, perverting his epithet Conqueridor (The Conqueror) to Conquistador (The Seducer), in clear reference to his undeniable womanizing skills.

This piece is meant to be a musical comment on all these particularities, however rejecting all ironic pretensions.

Instrumental and vocal formations

Symphonic Band

Structure

I - Prologue
Miniature Overture .............................................................................1’07”
II - ¿Do you dance, my Lady?
A new candidate is invited to dance under the royal sheets ...4’44”
III - Eight, eight were the concubines
Will I be the last love of the king? ........................................................... 2’17”
IV - This is gold, lass!
Final ‘Mascletà’.................................................................................... 3’47”

Technical Specifications

Duration

12'

Measurements

24 x 34 cm, vertical

Binding

Paperback. Plastic-coated cover.

Number of Pages

292

Number of Pages

64

Number of parts

26

Number of Pages of Parts

228

ISMN

979-0-68231-701-2

Editor

DINSIC Publicacions Musicals

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