Albeniz Suite Espanola XRCD24
The New Philharmonia conducted by Rafael Fruhbeck De Burgos performing
Albeniz's Suite Espanola.
The music is imbued with the strongest and most colorful flavor of Iberian music but never sounds the least bit kitschy. A couple of the selections are redolent of the sensual atmosphere of the southern Spanish locations described - much in the style of sections of Debussy's Iberia. ...The dynamic range is extremely wide and the depth and width of the soundstage is also extended. The castanets heard in several sections are clearly at the back left of the orchestra layout, and they engage the rich acoustics of Kingsway Hall where the recording was made." - John Sunier, Audiophile Audition
Rafael Fruhbeck De Burgos, conductor
1. Castilla (Sequidillas)
2. Austurias (Leyenda)
3. Aragon (Fantasia)
4. Cadiz (Cancion)
5. Sevilla (Sevillanas)
6. Granada (Serenata)
7. Cataluna (Corranda)
Total playing time, 37:16.
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