[ Harmonia Mundi Gold / CD ]
Release Date: Monday 1 September 2008
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Following in the footsteps of his teacher Felipe Pedrell, Manuel de Falla chose to set his music within the twin Spanish traditions of art and folk music. If the Siete canciones populares españolas mark the culmination of his work on folksong, the Harpsichord Concerto shows a fairly avant-garde concern with timbre. Finally, El gran teatro del mundo is directly based on pieces included by Pedrell in his Cancionero, an extensive anthology of Spanish music.
Siete canciones populares españolas (1914)
Concerto (1926) per Clavicembalo, Flauto, Oboe, Clarinetto, Violino e Violoncello
El gran teatro del mundo (1927)
Psyché (1925) (G. Jean-Aubry) Mélodie française pour voix, flûte, harpe, violon, alto & violoncelle