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The LX Anniversary Band of the Incarnate Paso meet on Saturday to more than 200 musicians on the stage of Teatro Guerra (12/03/2015)

The high demand for inputs requires two sessions expand the retrospective concert scheduled for Saturday.

Two sessions, one at 18:00 and another at 21:00 will be.

The Councillor for Culture of the City of Lorca, Sandra Martinez, with the President of the Incarnate Paso, Alberto Secada, have reported that the War Theatre hosts this Saturday, two afternoon sessions at the high demand for tickets, concert celebrating the 60th anniversary of the foundation of the band in Step Incarnate.

With a show composed of nine retrospective videos and live music is to review the history of which since 2005 is configured as a musical group.

The tribute concert, coordinated by Lorca filmmaker David Giner, consist of successive interpretation of a series of marches and tracks especially linked to Step Incarnate and Easter Lorca, accompanied by the projection of a series of videos about the History of the Musical Association.

During the event, in which more than 200 people, may be seen also different uniforms musicians Bands Step Incarnate been carried throughout his history, and presented the new Uniform Gala inspired which led King Philip VI when he was crowned.

The event will be taped to six cameras, in order to leave for posterity a graphic document proving, in the most attractive way, history, beauty and musicianship acquired by the musicians of the Confraternity.

The organization of this tribute concert has been brewing since early 2014, and efforts of a large group of musicians Incarnate Paso, with its directors Francisco Maldonado and Francisco Gilberte in front, and with the involvement of the President of the Incarnate Paso, Alberto Secada, and its Board of Directors;

in addition to the support of musicians like Rafael Rosell and Andrés Carrasco.

The Councillor for Culture, Sandra Martinez, highlighted the remarkable qualitative progress he is making the music brother of the brotherhoods that make our Easter, one achievement that is accruing outstandingly in recent years with the launch of the different musical groups.

In the case of the Incarnate Paso, his band is a true flagship for Archicofradía, constituting one of the longest established strongholds and tradition.

We are talking about a grouping with their marches up the excitement of all Rabaleros, with the main composition of the popular "Himno del Barrio," a piece that alternates even with adaptations of songs today.

During the presentation ceremony, the president of the Incarnate Paso highlighted the excellent career that has developed the musical group since its creation as Band of Bugles and Drums, grow and innovate, adding new instruments, more musical repertoire and ensuring training Neighborhood youth.

He also thanked the affection of the whole neighborhood to the Incarnate musicians, men and women, who are a key part in the successful development of our Easter and excellent ambassadors for our city in all municipalities in which they interpret their music.

Alberto Secada also welcomed the involvement of the City of Lorca in this initiative, in addition to his constant and effective support to Lorca Brotherhoods and Easter.

The concert will be held at the Teatro Guerra, in Lorca, in two passes (18:00 and 21:00);

tickets, priced at 5 euros, can be purchased at the Museo Casa del Paso Incarnate, in the rehearsal room and shop Staves (c / José Mouliaá, 21) music plus box office the day of the concert .

Event organizers also make the sale a DVD with the entire contents of the tribute concert, with a discount of five euros for those who book at the same time they purchase their tickets envisaged.

Brief history of the Incarnate musicians

The musical group "Holy Christ of the Blood" was born in 1955 as Bugles and Drums Band, counting only ten musicians, all men, wearing costumes inspired by the Roman emperor Trajan.

In subsequent years increased the number of musicians and the instruments played, and experienced a great influence of the Sevillian music brother.

Staying in Lorca Infantry Regiment "Mallorca XIII" for generations raised up a great brotherhood between the military and the Incarnate, with features such as the incorporation of bagpipes to the music of the band, developed by Andrés Carrasco thanks to the idea of a Galician regiment sergeant said.

In 2000, some years after the dissolution of the "Mallorca XIII", the band emerged Bearers in charge of escorting the Holy Christ of the Blood.

Simultaneously, within the Confraternity way the Youth Band, which at some stage consisted solely of women, and which now forms the Youth Group "María de la Soledad" was created.

For the formation of the musicians proved essential to create Cofrade School of Music, directed by Francisco Gilberte with the full support of the director Francisco Maldonado.

In 2005, the band Bearers and early Roman Band came together to result in the current musical group, formed by about eighty musicians, men and women.

Source: Ayuntamiento de Lorca

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