Presentation on theme: "the piano of Chopin, Schubert, Schumann and Edvard Grieg. He died in the shipwreck of the ship Sussex, in the English Channel, on having been bombarded."— Presentation transcript:
the piano of Chopin, Schubert, Schumann and Edvard Grieg. He died in the shipwreck of the ship Sussex, in the English Channel, on having been bombarded in the course of the First World war He was born in Lleida, Spain the 27 July 1867 He is known by his work as pianist, specially for the suite "Goyescas" (1911), on which the opera with the same name is based. He created the school of piano in Barcelona, which has produced figures as relevant as Frank Marshall and Alicia de Larrocha. He is considered neo-romantic by his stylistic entail by
Piano music: -Letter of love -Poetic waltzes -Exquise gypsy waltz -Six Military marches - two of it for four hands -Spanish Caprice -Gypsy dance -Twelve Spanish dances For piano, three of it orchestrated.Six pieces on Spanish popular songs -Fantasy -Paisaje (Landscape) -Goyescas The crepuscule) -The tango of green eyes
Chamber music: - Sonata for violin and piano -Sonata per a violoncello and piano -Trio for piano, violin and violoncello -Quartet for two violins, viola and violoncello -Romance (string quartet) -Serenade (two violins and piano) -Quintet for piano and string -Andante (violin and piano) -First romance (violin and piano) Music for orchestra: -The night of the death – suite -The legend of the fairy -Gypsy dance
29 May 1860, Camprodon – 18 May 1909, Cambo-les Bains Albéniz was a child prodigy who first performed at the age of four He was a Spanish pianist and composer best known for his piano works based on folk music idioms. However, many of his works have been transcribed by Miguel Llobet and others for guitar, and many of his pieces such as Asturias (legend), Granada, Sevile, Cádiz, Córdoba, Cataluña, and the Tango in D are among the most important pieces for classical guitar.
Opera The magic opal Henry Clifford Pepita Jiménez Merlin Lancelot (unfinished: 1st act complete) Zarzuela Cuanto más viejo. Lost music. Catalanes de Gracia. Lost music. El canto de salvación. Lost music. San Antonio de la Florida. La real hembra.
Three ancient suites (1885–1886). Chants d'Espagne, Op.232 Spanish suite). With 8 pieces: Granada, Cataluña, Sevilla,Cádiz,Asturias, Aragón,Castilla and Cuba. España, Op pieces: Preludio, Tango, Malagueña, Serenata, Capricho Catalán and Zortzico. Twelve characteristic pieces (1888). Travel memories, Op pieces: En el mar, Leyenda, Alborada, En la Alhambra, Puerta de Tierra, Rumores de la caleta, En la playa Iberia. Suite for piano with 12 pieces in 4 books: La Vega. Navarra, finished by his pupil Déodat de Séverac Azulejos, finished by Enrique Granados Spanish rhapsody (1887)
( ) He is one of the most important 20th century Spanish composers, second only to Manuel de Falla. Born in the Andalusian city of Seville, he was throughout his life fascinated by the hustle of this city. The composition "Canto a Sevilla" is a large, forty minute work, in which Turina set to music poems of a Sevillan poet with themes like the vibrant Easter Procession, the spirit of flamenco, and the ornamental fountains of the city... - It is, in short, a loving homage to Sevilla! This work is complemented by three smaller pieces for mezzo-soprano and orchestra: a short "Farucca" a form of flamenco and “Poem in the form of song " and "Saeta, en forma de salve ", two song cycles for mezzo soprano and orchestra. Brazilian conductor Celso Antunes has the temperament, and the emotional connectedness to this subject matter to convincingly realize the exotic impressions and infectious rhythms.
Chamber Works 117 tracks Circulo, for piano trio, Op.91 6 tracks El poema de una sanluqueña, fantasy for violin & piano (or orchestra), Op tracks Fandanguillo, for guitar, Op.36 6 tracks Homenaje a Navarra, for violin & piano, Op tracks Homenaje a Tárrega, for guitar, Op.69 6 tracks La Oración del torero, for lute quartet (or string quartet or string orchestra), Op.34 5 tracks La oración del torero 2 tracks Musas de Andalucía for piano quintet, Op.93 3 tracks Piano Quartet in A, Op.67 3 tracks Piano Trio in F 4 tracks Piano Trio No.1, Op.35 6 tracks Piano Trio No.2 in B-, Op.76 3 tracks Ráfaga, for guitar, Op.53 3 tracks Serenata, for string quartet, Op.87 1 track Sevillana, fantasia for guitar, Op.29 6 tracks Soleares, for guitar 1 track Sonata española, for violin & piano 6 tracks Guitar Sonata in D-, Op tracks Sonata for violin & piano No.1 in C, Op.51 Sonata for violin & piano No.2, Op.82 ("Española")
String Quartet ('De la Guitarra'), Op.4 Variaciones Clasicas, for violin & piano, Op.72 Las Musas de Andalucía, for piano quintet, Op.93 1 track TOPOrchestral Works 26 tracks Concertos 3 tracks La procesión del Rocio, for piano and orchestra, Op.9 3 tracks Danzas fantásticas, for orchestra, Op tracks Fantasía sobre cinco notas, Op.83 3 tracks Ritmos, fantasía coreográfica, for orchestra, Op.43 7 tracks Sinfonia sevillana, for orchestra, Op.23 3 tracks TOPPiano Works 146 tracks Album de viaje, Op.15 5 tracks Bailete for piano ("Suite de danzas del siglo XIX"), Concierto sin orquesta, Op.88 2 tracks Cuentos de España, Book 1, Op.20 7 tracks Cuentos de España, Book 2, Op.47 7 tracks Danzas (2) sobre temas populares españoles, Danzas andaluzas (3) for piano, Op.8 3 tracks Danzas gitanas, for piano, Set 1, Danzas gitanas, for piano, Set 2, Evocaciones, Op.46 3 tracks Fantasia cinematográfica, in rondo form for piano
The clock fantasy, Op.94 3 tracks Italian fantasy, for piano, Op.75 3 tracks Garden of children, for piano, Op.63 8 tracks Mallorca, Op.44 3 tracks Miniaturas, for piano, Op.52 8 tracks Seville women for piano, Op.89 5 tracks Spanish women, for piano, Set 1, Op.17 3 tracks Niñerias, Book I, Op.21 8 tracks Niñerias, for piano, Series 2, Op.56 8 tracks Orgía, for orchestra (or piano) (Danzas fantásticas No.3), Op.22, No.3 1 track Fantastic poem, for piano, Op.98 4 tracks Memories from the old Spain, for piano (or lute quartet), Op.48 4 tracks Magic corner (Desfile en forma de sonata), Seville, suite for piano, Op.2 3 tracks Siluetas, suite for piano, Op.70 5 tracks Sonata fantasia, for piano, Op.59 2 tracks Sonata rómantica sobre un tema español, Op.3 3 tracks Post cards, Op.58 5 tracks Viaje maritimo, Op.49 3 tracks
TOPVocal Works 35 tracks 3 Arias, Op.26 3 tracks Ave Maria, Op.95 1 track 2 canciones, Op.38 2 tracks Cantares, poema en forma de canciones for voice & piano (or orchestra), Op.19, No.3 2 tracks Homenaje a Lope de Vega, Op.90 3 tracks Poema en forma de canciones, for voice and piano (or orchestra), Op.19 5 tracks 3 Poemas, Op.81 3 tracks 3 Sonetos, Op.54 4 tracks Triptico, for voice and piano, Op.45 5 tracks Vocalizaciones, Op.74 7
Joaquín Rodrigo Joaquin Rodrigo was born on November 22, 1901, in Sagunto, Valencia, Spain. He was blinded by complications from diphtheria when he was three years old. His condition did not improve after a surgery and then glaucoma blinded him completely. Rodrigo confessed without regret, that his blindness predisposed him to music. Young Rodrigo studied piano and violin at a school for blind from the age of eight Joaquin Rodrigo was responsible for establishing the guitar as a classical concert instrument. He is best known for his three-part 'Concierto de Aranjuez' (1939), the first concert work composed specifically for guitar and symphony orchestra. This innovative concert work was created for Spanish guitarist Regino Sainz de la Maza, who premiered 'Concierto de Aranjuez' in 1940 with the Barcelona Philharmonic Orchestra. The work has become among the most well-known pieces of Spanish music. Rodrigo received several awards and decorations for his music. He also taught music for many years
His Concert of Aranjuez (1939), for guitar and orchestra, has great celebrity in the whole world. Other of his worthy compositions are Concert of summer (1943), Absences of Dulcinea (1948), Fantasy for a gentleman (1954), the ballet royal Pavane (1955) and Andalusian Concert (1967).
Manuel de Falla y Matheu was born in Cadiz, Spain, on the 23rd of November He studied in Cadiz and in Madrid around the late 1890s, where he was a pupil of Trago for the piano and Pedrell for composition. Spanish composer Manuel de Falla remains the most celebrated figure in Spanish music. Considered his masterpiece is ("Nights in the Gardens of Spain”. He is also known for ballet "El Amor brujo" (Love, the Magician) and opera La vida breve (The Short Life Manuel de Falla y Matheu was born in Cadiz, Spain, on the 23rd of November He studied in Cadiz and in Madrid around the late 1890s, where he was a pupil of Trago for the piano and Pedrell for composition. Spanish composer Manuel de Falla remains the most celebrated figure in Spanish music. Considered his masterpiece is ("Nights in the Gardens of Spain”. He is also known for ballet "El Amor brujo" (Love, the Magician) and opera La vida breve (The Short Life
At 26 years old, de Falla produced a zarzuela, Los amores de Ines (Loves of Ines), written with very little tuition in composition. He lived in Paris when he was 31 until he was 38. There he met prominent composers who influenced him: Debussy, Ravel, Rodrig, and Dukas, who influenced. At the outbreak of World War I, he returned to Spain and settled in Madrid. The production of La Vida Breve (The Short Life) at Nice and Paris, and later, of his very popular ballet El Sombrero de tres picos (The Three-Cornered Hat) in London, spread his reputation.
List of De Falla's Major Works Opera, La Vida Breve (The short Life) including "Spanish Dance No.1", 1905 Ballet, El Amor brujo (Love, the Magician) including Ritual Fire Dance, 1915 Symphonic Noches en los jardines de Espana (Nights in the Gardens of Spain), 1916 Ballet, El Sombrero de tres picos (The Three-Cornered Hat) including "Miller's Dance", 1919 Chamber opera, El Retablo de Maese Pedro (Master Peter's Puppet show), 1922 Concerto for harpsichord and chamber ensemble, 1926 Cantata, Atlantida (Atlantis) unfinished, and later completed by Ernesto Halffter, 1946
February 21, 1893 – June 2, 1987 He was a virtuoso Spanish classical guitarist from Linares, Andalucía, Spain. He is widely considered to be one of the best known and most influential classical guitar personalities of the 20th century, having a considerable influence on later guitarists, particularly because of important guitar works that were dedicated to him by composers such as Federico Moreno Torroba Segovia is credited for his modern-romantic repertoire,mainly through works dedicated to him by modern composers, but he also created his own transcriptions of classical works that were originally for other instruments. He is remembered for his expressive performances: his wide palette of tone, and his distinctive (often instantly recognizable) musical personality in tone, phrasing and style