Las siete partidas de Alfonso X el Sabio [Partida II, Título V, Ley XXI] "onde quien usase [de los cantares, de los sones et de los instrumentos] además, sacaríe el alegría de su lugar, et tornarla hie en manera de locura"
It is an ensemble specializing in the interpretation of ancient music of Western Europe, Renaissance and Baroque, and the New World (novo-Hispanic). Currently has two active programs: The Indian amulatada and essence of Italian music.
The quartet itself is made up of four musicians with very different backgrounds in the fields of performance, visual arts and culture management, who have joined forced to create a new and innovative project.
In 2001 born Nao d'Amores, professionals from the classical theater, puppets and old music, which under the direction of Ana Zamora, develops a research work and training for the staging of theater and medieval Renaissance.
Song: Daido, de Paul Leenhouts. Interprets: Eva Jornet, Mario Lisarde i Haizam Fathi.
Lensed to impress even the most stringent cineaste, 'Daido' delivers highly engaging visuals that well complement Eva Jornet's fluid instrumental skills.
Masterfully reconciled polyrhythms and complex layers of melodic invention in 'Daido' instruct the ear to receive a genuinely new aesthetic in ambient music.