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DON QUIXOTE IN SPANISH MUSIC

The five works that make up this recording were all inspired by Cervantes’ masterpiece Don Quijote de la Mancha. Barbieri’s incidental music was composed as part of the first official commemoration, in 1861, of the anniversary of Cervantes’ death. Rodrigo’s symphonic poem Ausencias de Dulcinea (Dulcinea’s Absence), scored unusuallyfor four voices and orchestra, is characterised by constant changes of mood and tempo to express the shifts between the heroic and the romantic. The most recent work on this disc, a miniature suite from Jorge Fernández Guerra’s soundtrack, Tres momentos de Don Quichotte, for G.W. Pabst’s 1933 silent movie, has been desribed by the composer as “idealised cinematographic music… achieving moments of great lyricism”.


Rodrigo, Joaquin

  Ausencias de Dulcinea (Dulcinea's Absence)
1.   Ausencias de Dulcinea (Dulcinea's Absence) 00:12:24

Garcia Roman, Jose

  La resurreccion de Don Quijote
2.   La resurreccion de Don Quijote 00:16:45

Barbieri, Francisco Asenjo

  Don Quijote
3.   Act I: Ovillejo 00:01:40
4.   Act II: Bailete 00:04:56
5.   Act III: Final 00:03:10

Fernandez Guerra, Jorge

  3 momentos de Don Quichotte
6.   No. 1. Primera salida de Don Quijote (Don Quixote's first sally) 00:07:02
7.   No. 2. Ataque a los molinos (Attack on the windmills) 00:07:15
8.   No. 3. Don Quijote renace de sus cenizas (Don Quixote is reborn from his ashes) 00:03:50

Gombau, Gerardo

  Don Quijote velando las armas (Don Quixote keeping vigil over his armour)
9.   Don Quijote velando las armas (Don Quixote keeping vigil over his armour) 00:09:11

Total Playing Time: 01:06:13






Composer(s):
Barbieri, Francisco Asenjo; Fernandez Guerra, Jorge; Garcia Roman, Jose; Gombau, Gerardo; Rodrigo, Joaquin

Conductor(s):
Encinar, Jose Ramon

Orchestra(s):
Madrid Community Orchestra

Choir(s):
Madrid Community Chorus

Artist(s):
Alcedo, Celia; Arriola, Victor; Cobo, Fernando; Lopez, Jose Antonio; Marchante, Victoria; Moriani, Lilian; Suarez, Maria Jose

Label: Naxos

Series: Spanish Classics

Genre: Orchestral; Vocal

Period: 20th Century; Contemporary; Romantic

Catalogue No: 8.570260

Barcode: 747313026074

Physical Release: 04/2007

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