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Re: Iberia: Piano Music from Spain & Portugal

Posted: Fri May 26, 2017 1:03 pm
by Jean-Séb
Unfortunately not.

Re: Iberia: Piano Music from Spain & Portugal

Posted: Fri Jun 02, 2017 5:54 am
by kroket
Fragoso Nocturno no. 1 Bes minor.pdf
kroket wrote:Request Antonio Fragoso Nocturne no. 1 in bes minor.
Fulfilling my own request!
Greetings,
kroket

Re: Iberia: Piano Music from Spain & Portugal

Posted: Sat Jun 03, 2017 12:56 am
by Jean-Séb
Thank you for that, kroket.

Re: Iberia: Piano Music from Spain & Portugal

Posted: Sun Jun 04, 2017 12:24 am
by fleubis
Thank you korket, seems I've just enough fingers to not need the violin.

And a belated thanks to Alfor for the Albeniz "Polo" fingering -- happily very close to my own for once. Don't know how I missed this.

Re: Iberia: Piano Music from Spain & Portugal

Posted: Sun Jun 04, 2017 2:48 pm
by alfor
fleubis wrote:And a belated thanks to Alfor for the Albeniz "Polo" fingering -- happily very close to my own for once. Don't know how I missed this.
¿Quieres mas?

Re: Iberia: Piano Music from Spain & Portugal

Posted: Mon Jun 05, 2017 11:14 pm
by fleubis
Alfred, perhaps you might like to take a look at Lavapiés--this is a piece I've been working on for years and I doubt I'll ever get it right. Madame de Larocca's performance of this piece is so clearly embedded in my mind, my wishful thinking is that I'm playing it that way (Ha!). I have found quite satisfactory the Pérez edition published by the Albeniz Foundation. Not incidentally, I really like the pedaling indications in this edition. I would be interested if you have any alternative suggestions to the rather good fingering therein.

Re: Iberia: Piano Music from Spain & Portugal

Posted: Sat Jun 10, 2017 9:53 pm
by alfor
fleubis wrote:Alfred, perhaps you might like to take a look at Lavapiés--this is a piece I've been working on for years and I doubt I'll ever get it right. Madame de Larocca's performance of this piece is so clearly embedded in my mind, my wishful thinking is that I'm playing it that way (Ha!). I have found quite satisfactory the Pérez edition published by the Albeniz Foundation. Not incidentally, I really like the pedaling indications in this edition. I would be interested if you have any alternative suggestions to the rather good fingering therein.
...oh, yes, Larrocca...we call her Larrocha...

Isaac ALBENIZ
Lavapies

alfor fingered
Albeniz Lavapies fingered.pdf

Re: Iberia: Piano Music from Spain & Portugal

Posted: Tue Jun 13, 2017 6:22 am
by fleubis
Nice work on Lavapiés, Alfred. Just on the first page I´m finding some useful suggestions--particularly in the division notes between hands . Alas, I cannot recall how Larrocha fubgered this after some 40 years but it must have been something like this as her hands are even a bit smaller than mine. This piece looks a lot easier on paper than it really is. Please pardon on lazy Larrocha spelling' -- at my age I tend to get my languages mixed up. :D

Re: Iberia: Piano Music from Spain & Portugal

Posted: Tue Jun 13, 2017 9:26 pm
by alfor
fleubis wrote:Nice work on Lavapiés, Alfred. Just on the first page I´m finding some useful suggestions--particularly in the division notes between hands . Alas, I cannot recall how Larrocha fubgered this after some 40 years but it must have been something like this as her hands are even a bit smaller than mine. This piece looks a lot easier on paper than it really is. Please pardon on lazy Larrocha spelling' -- at my age I tend to get my languages mixed up. :D

Thank you for feedback, dear fleubis.

...she was indeed a „Rock“...pianistically...

Re: Iberia: Piano Music from Spain & Portugal

Posted: Wed May 30, 2018 10:56 pm
by ilu
Antoni Noguera Balaguer (City of Palma, 1860-1904) was a renowned composer, musician, musicologist and music critic, who became a key player in the evolution of musical culture in Mallorca at the end of the 19th century. He is considered one of the fathers of Mallorcan musical nationalism.
Noguera - Danse Triste.pdf