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This piece was inspired by my love for Renaissance music. Francisco de la Torre was a Spanish Renaissance composer, fl.1483-1504. My variations are based on his devotional song of thanksgiving, �Damos gracias a ti, Dios.�
This five minute piece is a merging of the old and new. The melody is played with a traditional Renaissance rhythm and harmony. The first variation is a transition between the old and the new, while the last three variations are in a modern style�each one in a different meter and tempo. The piece ends a whole tone higher than the original key.
This piece is playable on a two manual organ. However, the brief interludes in the last variation (m. 85-87, 95, 102-103, 113-114) may be played on a third manual with a solo stop that contrasts with the stop used for the melody. Also in this last variation, if the organ is not equipped with a 16� reed stop on one of the manuals, than play the manual 1 part an octave lower, using an 8� reed stop. The coda (m. 115) should be played with full organ, on the Great.
For anything not permitted by the above licence then you should contact the publisher first to obtain permission.
Reviews of Villancico: Variations on a song by Francisco de la Torre
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