Granada Serenata II. Sevilla Sevillanas IV. Asturias Leyenda VI. In , I recorded it once again, this time including all eight movements of the expanded publication of the suite. I felt they were difficult to the point of being practically unplayable and did not flow well from the guitar.
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Suite Española, Op. 47 by Albeniz for Guitar
Actually, it is more often played on guitar than it is on piano. It is mainly composed of works written in which were grouped together in The pieces depict different regions and musical styles in Spain. From Granada in Andalusia there is a Serenata , from Catalonia a Curranda or Courante , from Sevilla a Sevillanas and from Cuba which was still part of Spain in the s a Notturno in the style of a habanera, from Castile a seguidillas, from Aragon a Fantasia in the style of a jota, and from Cadiz a saeta.
I. Albeniz Suite Española Op.47, Manuel Barrueco
It is mainly composed of works written in which were grouped together in , in honour of the Queen of Spain. The other pieces had been published in other editions and sometimes with different titles Asturias was originally the prelude from the suite Chants d'Espagne. The four pieces that Hofmeister added do not exactly reflect the geographical region to which they refer. A clear example of this is Asturias Leyenda , whose Andalusian Flamenco rhythms have little to do with the Atlantic region of Asturias. In these works the first title refers to the geographical region portrayed, and the title in parentheses is the musical form or dance from that region.
Suite Española No. 1, Op. 47
Suite Española No.1, Op.47 (Albéniz, Isaac)