Suite Espanola, Op. 47: Advanced Piano Collection by Isaac Albeniz
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Excerpts from "Suite espanola," Op. 47
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Isaac Albeniz (). Iberia 1, Recuerdos de viaje, and Cantos de Espana. . He he has been invited to play the full Iberia Suite to the Isaac Albeniz.
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PDF scanned by musicologie. One of the most important works in the Spanish piano literature. Iberia is a wonderful mixture of Spanish music with impressionist influences. Triana - a popular Sevillian district - is probably the most brilliant piece in the whole collection. It is a fireworks' spectacle of Andalusian essence with an important gitana influence.
Cadiz, like most of Albeniz's works were for the piano, although he did write some operas. Albeniz was inspired by the region of Andalusia in the south of Spain, land of the guitar and the flamenco dance. Each piece was meant to convey the composer's impressions of a region. In this version, Cadiz was placed fifth. Albeniz was quite familiar with the city having performed there on numerous occasions and having sailed from the port for the New World.