Jordi Bernet Spanish

Tex - L'Uomo Di Atlanta (Jordi Bernet)  Comics

Posted by Mendose at Dec. 3, 2017
Tex - L'Uomo Di Atlanta (Jordi Bernet)

Tex - L'Uomo Di Atlanta (Jordi Bernet)
Italian | CBR | 272 pages | 183 MB

Clara de noche (#1, #3-7), De Jordi Bernet  Comics

Posted by Coda at April 12, 2017
Clara de noche (#1, #3-7), De Jordi Bernet

Clara de noche (#1, #3-7), De Jordi Bernet
Ediciones El Jueves | CBR/RAR | Spanish | 6 núm. | 293+333+301+330+368+151 MB

Recopilación de todas las páginas de este popular personaje creado por Jordi Bernet, Carlos Trillo y Eduardo Maicas; publicadas en la revista El Jueves. Las correspondientes a los números 772 al 1371 ya fueron recopiladas por Ediciones El Jueves en los distintos tomos que, con diferentes formatos, le dedicó al personaje. Las restantes, solo podían disfrutarse hasta ahora en los números de la revista.

Jordi Bernet - Sarvan  Comics

Posted by Coda at Feb. 3, 2015
Jordi Bernet - Sarvan

Jordi Bernet - Sarvan
Spanish | CBR | 135 pages | 118 MB
Clara de Noche por Jordi Bernet, Carlos Trillo y Eduardo Maicas

Clara de Noche por Jordi Bernet, Carlos Trillo y Eduardo Maicas
El Jueves | Spanish | CBR | 445 pages | 284 MB

Jordi Bernet - Dark Tales  Comics

Posted by Coda at June 29, 2011
Jordi Bernet - Dark Tales

Jordi Bernet - Dark Tales
Catalan (1991) | Graphic Novel | CBR | B/W | English | 215 MB | 273 pages

Bernet - Kraken  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at July 3, 2013
Bernet - Kraken

Bernet - Kraken
English | CBR | 179 pages | 176.31 MB

Kraken is a Spanish comics series, written by Antonio Segura and drawn by Jordi Bernet, first published in the magazine Metropol in 1983. The stories are centered around protagonist Lieutenant Dante, a policeman in a dystopic society patrolling the violent sewers of the fictional city Metropol.
Jordi Savall & Montserrat Figueras - El Cant de la Sibil-la, Mallorca & Valencia, 1400-1560 (1999) {Alia Vox AV9806}

Jordi Savall & Montserrat Figueras - El Cant de la Sibil-la, Mallorca & Valencia, 1400-1560 (1999) {Alia Vox AV9806}
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© 1999 Alia Vox | AV9806
Classical / Medieval / Choral / Sacred Music

The origins of the Songs of the Sibyls date back to the 6th century BC. Semi-divine beings, their oracular powers enabled them to predict the future. The myth of the sibyl was appropriated by the early Christians to prophesy the second coming of Christ, heralding the last judgment and the end of the world. This mythological element survived as late as the Middle Ages and even the Renaissance. Originally sung in Latin, the Songs of the Sibyls were traditionally performed by a young boy disguised as a woman during Matins on Christmas Day or during Holy Week in France, Italy and especially the Iberian Peninsula from the 10th century.
Jordi Savall - Maestros del Siglo de Oro - Morales, Guerrero, de Victoria (2009) {3CD Alia Vox AVSA9867 rec 1991-1992}

Jordi Savall - Maestros del Siglo de Oro - Morales, Guerrero, de Victoria (2009) {3CD Alia Vox AVSA9867 rec 1991-1992}
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© 1991-92, 2009 Alia Vox | AVSA 9836 A/C
Classical / Renaissance / Sacred Music

The liturgy of the Dead – including the Requiem Mass, the Burial Service and the Office of the dead, properly speaking – was granted considerable importance by the Spanish ecclesiastical authorities and by the local church composers from very early times. Throughout the Middle Ages, according to the extant documentary descriptions, the death of a great Lord, such as the Count of Barcelona or the sovereign of any of the Spanish kingdoms of León, Castile, Aragon or Navarre, was usually mourned with impressive ceremonies in which the solemnity of the liturgy was often enhanced by the addition of the planctus, a kind of lengthy optional lament that was sung monophonically and of which several examples have survived.
Euskal Barrokensemble & Enrike Solinís - Euskel Antiqva: Legacy of the Land of Basque (2015) {Alia Vox AV9} (Jordi Savall rel.)

Euskal Barrokensemble & Enrike Solinís - Euskel Antiqva: Legacy of the Land of Basque (2015) {Alia Vox AV9} (Jordi Savall rel.)
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© 2015 Alia Vox | AV9910
Classical / Chamber Music / Basque / World Music

The name of gambist and conductor Jordi Savall's new Alia Vox Diversa label may seem puzzling, inasmuch as it's hard to imagine anything more diverse that the existing Alia Vox catalogue, covering music that spans half the globe. The unifying factor seems to be that Savall himself is not present; the leader of the Euskal Barrokensemble here is multi-instrumentalist Enrike Solinís, a member of Savall's Hesperion XXI. The music is for the most part not "Baroque" but covers a wide range of music associated with the Euskel Antiqva, the Basque legacy.
Jordi Savall & Hesperion XX - Music For The Spanish Kings (2001) {2CD Set Virgin 7243 5 61875 2 8 rec 1983}

Jordi Savall & Hesperion XX - Music For The Spanish Kings (2001) {2CD Set Virgin 7243 5 61875 2 8 rec 1983}
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© 1983, 2001 Virgin / EMI | 7243 5 61875 2 8
Classical / Renaissance / 15th & 16th Century Spanish Music

Like the Renaissance itself, Music for the Spanish Kings begins with a strutting fanfare and ends with a melancholic sigh. Attaining his usual high standards, Jordi Savall has fashioned a poignant and varied musical portrait of the century encompassing the reigns of three Spanish kings: Alphonso I (1442-58), Ferdinand I (1458-94), and Charles V (1516-56). Montserrat Figueras' rich mezzo-soprano voice carries over half the pieces on the first disc. Her stunning vibrato imparts a troupadour's sadness to the cancions.