Playing time: 20' 17" + 21' 17" = 41' 34"
Atrium Musicae de Madrid [Gregorio Paniagua (hurdy-gurdy, rabel, vihuela, axabeba (moorish flute), tympanon, rebab (rabé morisco), vielle, lute, psalterion, bombard, recorder, canum (arabic psalterion), crumhorn), Beatriz Amo (psalterion, d'znoutch (arabic cymbals), small bells, tympanon, hurdy-gurdy, tar (moorish tambourine), tintinabulum, carillon, small round bells), Eduardo Paniagua (crumhorn, psalterion, recorder, galoubet, darabukka (chalice-like drum), whistle, reed pipe, shepherd's flute, agüal (aubergine-like drum), nakers, tar, tarrenas, (castanets tejoletas), ocarina (clay flute), Pablo Cano (positive, gothic harp, tambourine, small round bells, rattle, timbal), Luis Paniagua (small bells, darabukka, t'abila (double drum), cymbal, single-string tympanon, small darabukka, triangle, carillon, castanets, tromba marina, oliphant, reed tamboura, sackbut, tabla, tambourine, tar. tarya (clepsidra-like drum), vielle, pandero (basque drum)), Maximo Pradera (vihuela de peñola, lute, castanets from island of Iviça, psalterion, tympanon, triangle, lute, tamboura, vihuela, citole), Carlos Paniagua (hurdy-gurdy, positive, crumhorn, psalterion, recorder, drone of gayta, tar tambourine, timbal, timbals with small bells, tar, tambourine with small round bells, clapping, cymbals, darabukka), zambomba (friction drum), carps' scale) - Gregorio Paniagua, dir.
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Diapason (#-p.): 248-70 (march 1980)
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