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Gottschalk & Cuba

Antonio Iturrioz

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Symphonie romantique "La nuit des tropiques" (Arr. for Piano)  
1.1
I. Andante
Anonymous; Louis Moreau Gottschalk; Antonio Iturrioz
15:52
1.2
II. Fiesta criolla. Allegro moderato
Anonymous; Louis Moreau Gottschalk; Antonio Iturrioz
8:17
1.3
Ynes
Louis Moreau Gottschalk; Antonio Iturrioz
2:52
1.4
Recuerdos de Gottschalk
Manuel Saumell Robredo; Antonio Iturrioz
2:56
1.5
Sur la tombe de Gottschalk
Nicolás Ruiz Espadero; Antonio Iturrioz
12:27
1.6
Serenata Cubana
Ignacio Cervantes; Antonio Iturrioz
5:59
1.7
Souvenir de la Havane
Hubert De Blanck; Antonio Iturrioz
4:48
Danzas Afro-Cubanas  
1.8
V. Danza Lucumi
Ernesto Lecuona; Antonio Iturrioz
2:58
1.9
Palomitas Blancas
Ernesto Lecuona; Antonio Iturrioz
3:31
1.10
Siempre en Mi Corazón
Ernesto Lecuona; Antonio Iturrioz
2:43
1.11
Amor Lejano
Ernestina Lecuona Casado; Antonio Iturrioz
3:42
1.12
El Cocoye, Op. 80
Louis Moreau Gottschalk; Antonio Iturrioz
7:55
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    74:00
This album is a journey through 100 years of Cuban classical piano music, much of it never before recorded. The story begins with Gottschalk’s years in Cuba and is told chronologically as each important pianist-composer influenced by Gottschalk passes this influence on to the next generation, starting with Saumell to Espadero to Cervantes to de Blanck to Ernesto Lecuona and to his distinguished composer sister, Ernestina. Antonio Iturrioz was born in Cuba and came to the United States when he was Seven years old. He played his first concert at age Nine and made his orchestral debut at age Fifteen playing the Liszt First Piano Concerto. His teachers include his father, Pablo Iturrioz, Francisco De Hoyos (a pupil of Gyorgi Sandor), Bernardo Segall who studied with Alexander Siloti who was a pupil of Liszt, Aube Tzerko and Julian White. He is a recipient of the Los Angeles Young Musicians Foundation Scholarship. Having reinvented himself as concert pianist-documentarian, Mr. Iturrioz continues to play recitals and show his films in the U. S. and in Europe. He lives with his wife in the Russian River area of Sonoma County, California, and teaches privately in Sonoma and Napa Counties.
192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Steinway and Sons Studio Masters

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