Lindoro is a Spanish record label located in Seville and operating for more than 20 years. It specialises in historic and classical music as a whole, counting with discographic references ranging from medieval music to the contemporary one, performed by musicians of the level of the organist Andrés Cea, the lute players Juan Carlos Rivera and Miguel Rincón, guitarists like María Esther Guzmán and Antonio Duro, groups like the recorder ensemble The Royal Wind Music and the Ensemble La Danserye, with which it has tackled the edition of the first world recording of the Missa Aufer a nobis of the Mexican composer Francisco López-Capillas (1614-1664).
To the first album with Lindoro, Los libros de laúd which included works by J. A. Dalza, F. Spinaccino, P. Attaignant and A. Schlick, performed on the Renaissance lute, Miguel Rincón now incorporates his new album, Sones del Viejo Mundo, which presents works by Gaspar Sanz, Francisco Guerau and Santiago de Murcia for the Baroque guitar, already very welcome by the specialised critics.
Likewise, José Luis Pastor has added to his first novel album, The Evidence, which international critics have welcomed with surprise and recognition, a new rigorous reconstruction proposal of medieval music for fretted instrument, Tatulon, La Danza Medieval del Plectro.
The Colombian ensemble Musica Ficta, specialised in the early music repertoire of the colonial times, dedicates its first album with Lindoro, Aves, flores y estrellas (Tones and Arias) to the composer Juan de Navas (1647-1719), harp player of the Real Capilla en Madrid and successor of Juan Hidalgo.
Lindoro’s catalogue is an obliged reference for the abundant works of the Italian composer located in the Spanish court, Gaetano Brunetti (1744-1798). His chamber work has been tackled by the Carmen Veneris ensemble. Likewise, Lindoro is recovering and making his important orchestral work known, as well as his unpublished lyrical work, gathering arias and scenes of this composer and Boccherini, with the soprano Jelena Bancovic and the Camerata ‘Antonio Soler’, conducted by Gustavo Sánchez. Along this line, and as a continuation of recognised chamber work of the Ensemble Trifolium, already praised by the specialised critics in its first album that included string quartets by Luigi Boccherini, now presents in Lindoro another series of string quartets by Gaetano Brunetti.
Lindoro has also paid attention to the great international repertoire of the Baroque, including among its references, the Pièces de Clavecin en concerts by Jean-Philippe Rameau, carried out by three great European performers joined for such a purpose: Chiara Banquini, Marianne Muller and Françoise Lengellé, which received at the time the French award ‘Diapason d’Or’, or ‘Conversations galantes et amusantes’ by Louis Guillemain, in a version of the Spanish ensemble Poema Harmónico.
The Lindoro label is property of the record and video producer La Tirana, S. L.