Tag Archives: Isaac Albèniz

Protected: Capricho Catalan by Isaac ALBENIZ – David Russell

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Protected: 古典吉他演奏:Capricho Catalán by Isaac Albéniz

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Protected: 古典吉他演奏:朴葵姫(パク・キュヒ / Park Kyuhee)

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Protected: 吉他名曲:Cádiz by Isaac Albèniz

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吉他名曲:Córdoba《科爾多瓦》

The Romantic-era pianist and composer Isaac Albéniz was a restless soul who was one of the first to develop internationally famous, modern concert music adopting authentic Spanish elements, affecting all that came after him. His greatest masterpiece is the very large piano cycle Iberia (1905), a piece whose title makes clear its intention to depict all the regions of Spain in its 12 movements. Cantos de España, a five piece set in very similar style from around 1896, has the same sort of color and virtuosity as the more famous Iberia. In 1918, some of it was added by his publishers to a new edition of his 1886 work Suite española, Op. 47.