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      A 19th Century Genius: Jose Mauricio de Nunez Garcia

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      José Mauricio Nunes Garcia

      José Mauricio Nunes Garcia

      Born in the 18th century as a citizen of the Portuguese Empire, Jose Mauricio de Nunez Garcia was a progressive priest with advanced democratic ideas and was a fantastic composer. He is considered a hero among the artists and intellectuals involved in the South American independence.  We will discuss his life and music on this episode of Fiesta!


      José Maurício de Nunez Garcia (Rio de Janeiro,Brazil, 1767-1830)

      Missa de Santa Cecilia (1826)

      (Mass for Saint Cecilia)

      1. Kyrie 4:45

      2. Gloria: Et in Terra Pax 5:00

      3. Laudamus Te 13:11

      4. Domine Deus 7:39

      5. Qui tollis- Qui sedes 14:17

      6: Agnus Dei 4:13

      Associacao de Canto Coral

      Orquestra Sinfonica Brasileira

      Zilda Lourenco, soprano

      Lucille Boy Sandra. mezzo

      Isauro Camino, tenor

      Juan Carlos Ortiz, bass

      Edoardo de Guarnieri, conductor

      Atracao 87611


      2 Responses to “A 19th Century Genius: Jose Mauricio de Nunez Garcia”

      1. Joseph A. Cyr says:

        I’d like to hear the program on Jose Mauricio but I don’t think it’s down loadable,at least not yet.
        Hopefully it will be available soon.Thanks.Joseph A. Cyr,Fredericton,N.B. Canada

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