Description Villano y Ricercare2. Españoleta y Fanfare de la Caballería de Nápoles3. Danza de las hachas4. Canario Compose date: Duration.
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One of the best ever recorded versions of the Aranjuez Concerto, with wonderfully nuanced performances of both the Fantasia para un gentilhombre and the Madrigal Concerto, all to be heard in the marvellous quadraphonic sound from the late Seventies. The concerto is Rodrigo’s second most popular work after the famous Concierto de Aranjuez. Blind musicians Musical nationalism.
A lyrical movement is framed by two fast movements – in the first two the musical material is fully developed, whereas the structure of the Rondo finale is more static. Including the solo guitar, the concerto is scored for an orchestra consisting of a piccoloa flutean oboea bassoona trumpet in C, and strings.
Views Read Edit View history. Flaws in the playback equipment meant that music connoisseurs were prevented from enjoying these recordings in the way that artists, producers, engineers and other professionals intended, even though recording technology was already way ahead of its time. The third movement, Danza de las Hachas Dance of the Axeshas an energetic dance beat, largely supported by a crescendo from the orchestra. The composer neatly combines Renaissance dances with Spanish and African-American folklore in the 10 movements of the suite-like work.
Joaquín Rodrigo: Fantasia para un Gentilhombre
Now – over a quarter of a century later – and thanks to the arrival of the multichannel Super Audio CD, there is finally a system available which permits this precious recording to be released in the quality it deserved back then.
Yepez imbues gentle humour, grace and skilfull asides with the orchestra, which returns in kind. Concierto de Aranjuez for Guitar and Orchestra.
Pizzicato One of the best ever recorded versions of the Aranjuez Concerto, with wonderfully nuanced performances of both the Fantasia para un gentilhombre and the Madrigal Concerto, all to be heard in the marvellous quadraphonic sound from the late Seventies.
Released onPTC Rodrigo pays homage to fntasia music’s origins by imitating a bird call toward the end of the movement even though the Canary Islands were so named because of the wild dogs prevalent there canis and not because of birds canaries. This page was last edited on 6 Aprilat The fantsaia movement opens with the melodic Villano that passes back and forth between the solo guitarist and the orchestra repeatedly.
Rodrigo expanded on Sanz’s themes to produce a work lasting more than 20 minutes. Yet, due to a few restrictions, they never fully blossomed. This is the form of the other movements of the work.
It was such a big success that it is considered as one of his most important works. The music also hints subtly at themes used in the subsequent movements. Most of the movements retain the names that Sanz originally gave them.
Joaquín Rodrigo: Fantasia para un Gentilhombre – Classic FM
Finally, the fourth movement, Canario, brings in music that Sanz wrote in the style of a folk dance originating in the Canary Islands. The seeds were gentilhombrr in the early s when Deutsche Grammophon realised what amazing results could be achieved by recording on multichannel tapes, with either four or eight channels.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The Philharmonia, under Garcia Navarro, give Yepez impeccable support. Use mdy dates from April Retrieved from ” https: