Entradilla Segoviana – Spanish Folk Music
Entradilla Segoviana is traditional dance music from the region of Castile, Spain, primarily from the provinces of Segovia, Valladolid and Ávila. This song is traditionally performed in popular celebrations as a way to give honor or best wishes.
This live performance is by students from Iran, Australia, United States, West Bank, India, Mexico, and Spain.
Musical Director: Juan Antonio García Illanas
Arranged by Javier Sánchez Pérez
“Entradilla Segoviana” (traditional)
Juan Antonio García Illanas: soprano sax – Coca (Segovia, Spain)
Javier Sánchez Pérez: fretless bass – Madrid (Spain)
Parham Haghighi: voice – Mashhad (Iran)
Allegra Cramer: harp, voice – Gold Coast (Australia)
Aliya Cycon: oud, percussion – Amherst (Massachussets, USA)
Ghassan Samawalhi: oud – Jaffa (Palestine)
Kaushlesh Purohit: tabla – Jodhpur (Rajasthan, India)
Daniel Feldman: drums – Mexico DF (Mexico)
Recorded live in Berk Recital Hall:
Dev Ray: stage crew manager
Milad Zendehnam: stage crew supervisor
Sophia Pascual: stage crew
Oscar Coen: stage crew
Simon Katz: mixing engineer
Filmed by 21summit Productions
Joe Barnard: videographer, editor
Mastered by M Works Studios
Jonathan Wyner: engineer.