Femmes d'Espagne Paula Coronas

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Album-Release:
2021

HRA-Release:
02.04.2021

Label: IBS Classical

Genre: Classical

Subgenre: Instrumental

Artist: Paula Coronas

Composer: Manuel de Falla (1876-1946), Joaquin Turina (1882-1949), Ernesto Halffter (1905-1989), Jose Munoz Molleda, Eimilio Lehmberg (1905-1959), Angel Barrios (1882-1964), Joaquin Gonzalez Palomares (1868-1951)

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  • Manuel de Falla (1876 - 1946):
  • 1Falla: 4 Piezas españolas: No. 4, Andaluza04:20
  • Joaquín Turina (1882 - 1949): Femmes d'Espagne, Series 1, Op. 17:
  • 2Turina: Femmes d'Espagne, Series 1, Op. 17: No. 1, La madrileña clásica04:33
  • 3Turina: Femmes d'Espagne, Series 1, Op. 17: No. 2, La andaluza sentimental (Monólogo)06:42
  • 4Turina: Femmes d'Espagne, Series 1, Op. 17: No. 3, La morena coqueta (Escena)05:28
  • Ernesto Halffter (1905 - 1989):
  • 5Halffter: Danza de la pastora03:46
  • 6Halffter: Danza de la gitana04:02
  • José Muñoz Molleda (1905 - 1988):
  • 7Molleda: Farruca (Arr. for Piano)03:25
  • Emilio Lehmberg Ruiz (1905 - 1959):
  • 8Ruiz: Fandango de Málaga03:37
  • Ángel Barrios (1882 - 1964):
  • 9Barrios: Albaycinera02:59
  • Joaquín González Palomares, Manuel del Campo:
  • 10Palomares, Campo: Serenata "Tánger"03:59
  • Eduardo Ocón Rivas (1833 - 1901):
  • 11Rivas: Amor inmortal05:32
  • 12Rivas: Estudio capricho para la mano izquierda, Op. 1006:15
  • 13Rivas: Gran vals brillante05:57
  • Total Runtime01:00:35

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Femmes d’Espagne (Spanish Women) is a tribute to eight composers, most of whom are also pianists, who made Andalusia their musical homeland and spread it all over the world. Just as she usually does in her piano recitals, the versatile Paula Coronas has united in this record acclaimed authors with others not yet much known and in need for a revival of their music, thus emphasizing her unwavering personal commitment to Spanish music of the last two centuries. The interpretations of the malagueña (a traditional flamenco variety from Málaga), forged from the extensive knowledge of the foremost works of piano literature, dignify and update these pages. This recording means a contribution for future generations to gain an understanding and to become aware of the historical relevance of those figures that ennobled the meridional folkloric music styles and turned them into a distinctly Spanish pianism: a genuine and extraordinary music art.

Paula Coronas, piano

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