Enrique Granados Complete Welte Recordings CD
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The Welte-Mignon-Mystery Vol. I
Enrique Granados today playing his 1913 interpretations via the Welte-Mignon
This is not an historical recording. Yet mysteriously the music is performed in
an interpretation which is historically authentic down to the last detail. The
key to this mystery is: the original performer was present at the recent
recording session, but not physically: the music is heard on a modern Steinway.
Never has music stored in the Welte-Mignon system sounded so "right" or so well.
Thanks to TACET's much-praised recording technique, and because the Welte-Mignon
memory system and sound production mechanism have now been newly adjusted for
the first time by the leading expert in the field - and are thus able to meet
TACET's requirements. (Welte-Mignon was invented in 1904.) The Welte-Mignon
mystery can now speak to us without distortion.
Enrique Granados (1867-1916)
Complete Welte Recordings
Danzas Espanolas Op. 37
1. No. 10 Danza triste G-dur
2. no. 7 Valenciana o Calesera G-dur
3. No. 5 Andaluza e-moll
4. Valses poeticos Op. 10
5. piece de Scarlatti
Goyescas, Primera Parte
6. No. 1, Los Requiebros
7. No. 2, Coloquio en la Reja
8. No. 3, El Fandango de Candil
9. No. 4, Quejas o la Maja y el Ruisenor
Total playing time, 59:25