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Granados: Orchestral Works, Vol. 2

Gemma Coma-Alabert, Jesús Álvarez Carrión, Lieder Càmera, Barcelona Symphony Orchestra, Pablo González

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Goyescas  
1
Intermezzo
Enrique Granados; Barcelona Symphony Orchestra; Pablo González
5:35
2
Danza de los ojos verdes (Dance of the green eyes)
Enrique Granados; Barcelona Symphony Orchestra; Pablo González
3:48
3
Danza gitana (Gypsy Dance) (version for orchestra)
Enrique Granados; Barcelona Symphony Orchestra; Pablo González
3:21
4
La nit del mort (Night of the dead man)
Enrique Granados; Jesús Álvarez Carrión; Lieder Càmera; Barcelona Symphony Orchestra; Pablo González
10:50
Dante, Op. 21  
5
I. Dante e Virgilio
Enrique Granados; Barcelona Symphony Orchestra; Pablo González
14:07
6
II. Paolo e Francesca
Enrique Granados; Gemma Coma-Alabert; Barcelona Symphony Orchestra; Pablo González
19:16
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    56:57
This is the second in a series of three albums commemorating the centenary of the death of Enrique Granados, revered as a virtuoso pianist and the composer of some of the greatest masterpieces in the Spanish piano music repertoire. Granados also wrote a number of orchestral pieces that have rarely been recorded until this set. His one-act opera Goyescas contains an intensely lyrical Intermezzo that is his most popular and one of the best loved pieces in all of Spanish music. Another highlight of this programme is the ambitious large-scale symphonic poem Dante, among the most significant Spanish orchestral works of its time.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Naxos Studio Masters

Recorded at the Auditori Hall, Barcelona, Spain, from 9th to 12th July, 2013 (tracks 1 and 2),
from 16th to 19th September, 2013 (track 3), and from 6th to 9th May, 2014 (tracks 4-6)
Producer and engineer: Sean Lewis
Publisher: Douglas Riva (SGAE)
Booklet notes: Justo Romero
Cover photo by Tomas Sereda / iStockphoto

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