Homenaje a Albéniz

CD album cover 'Homenaje a Albéniz' (GEN 11533) with Concerto Málaga, Massimo Paris

GEN 11533 EAN: 4260036255331

15.7.2011 Special offer
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That Spain does not consist only of stamping bulls and clicking castanets is proven by the Concerto Málaga chamber orchestra on its debut CD with GENUIN. With a velvety string sound, the subtle tonalities of Spanish culture unfold which can often just barely be perceived in the hot, gleaming sunlight. Works by three outstanding musicians are featured in this release - from Felip Pedrell’s fragile reminiscence of days gone by, all the way to the of Enric Morera's melancholy meditations and nocturnal sketches byIsaac Albéniz. Morera and Albéniz were both pupils of the masterful teacher Pedrell. Sentir en español… exquisite Iberian impressions.


Impressions of the Concerto Málaga recording "Homenaje a Albéniz"




Ritmo
"Algo único que hay que contemplar y aplaudir."
Review in the Spanish magazine "Ritmo"

Archi
"Conclude il cd ed un doveroso omaggio alla musica di Albeníz e alle sue armonie, ora appassionate e roventi, ora languide e carezzevoli, dove gli scatti d´energia di Asturias si alternano alle tinte luminose di Sevilla e alle atmosfere quasi sacrali di Córdoba."
Review in the Italian magazine "Archi", September/October 2011

Concerto Málaga
Massimo Paris Conductor

That Spain does not consist only of stamping bulls and clicking castanets is proven by the Concerto Málaga chamber orchestra on its debut CD with GENUIN. With a velvety string sound, the subtle tonalities of Spanish culture unfold which can often just barely be perceived in the hot, gleaming sunlight. Works by three outstanding musicians are featured in this release - from Felip Pedrell’s fragile reminiscence of days gone by, all the way to the of Enric Morera's melancholy meditations and nocturnal sketches byIsaac Albéniz. Morera and Albéniz were both pupils of the masterful teacher Pedrell. Sentir en español… exquisite Iberian impressions.


Impressions of the Concerto Málaga recording "Homenaje a Albéniz"




Ritmo
"Algo único que hay que contemplar y aplaudir."
Review in the Spanish magazine "Ritmo"

Archi
"Conclude il cd ed un doveroso omaggio alla musica di Albeníz e alle sue armonie, ora appassionate e roventi, ora languide e carezzevoli, dove gli scatti d´energia di Asturias si alternano alle tinte luminose di Sevilla e alle atmosfere quasi sacrali di Córdoba."
Review in the Italian magazine "Archi", September/October 2011

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Tracklist

  1. Enric Morera (1862-1942)
    Andante Religios
  2. Enric Morera
    Melangia
  3. Enric Morera
    Queixa i Dansa
    Queixa
  4. Dansa
  5. Felip Pedrell (1841-1922)
    Courante
  6. Felip Pedrell
    Gallarda
  7. Isaac Albéniz (1860-1909)
    Rumores de la caleta
  8. Isaac Albéniz
    Asturias
  9. Isaac Albéniz
    Córdoba
  10. Isaac Albéniz
    Sevilla

That Spain does not consist only of stamping bulls and clicking castanets is proven by the Concerto Málaga chamber orchestra on its debut CD with GENUIN. With a velvety string sound, the subtle tonalities of Spanish culture unfold which can often just barely be perceived in the hot, gleaming sunlight. Works by three outstanding musicians are featured in this release - from Felip Pedrell’s fragile reminiscence of days gone by, all the way to the of Enric Morera's melancholy meditations and nocturnal sketches byIsaac Albéniz. Morera and Albéniz were both pupils of the masterful teacher Pedrell. Sentir en español… exquisite Iberian impressions.


Impressions of the Concerto Málaga recording "Homenaje a Albéniz"




Ritmo
"Algo único que hay que contemplar y aplaudir."
Review in the Spanish magazine "Ritmo"

Archi
"Conclude il cd ed un doveroso omaggio alla musica di Albeníz e alle sue armonie, ora appassionate e roventi, ora languide e carezzevoli, dove gli scatti d´energia di Asturias si alternano alle tinte luminose di Sevilla e alle atmosfere quasi sacrali di Córdoba."
Review in the Italian magazine "Archi", September/October 2011