IBERIA

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Re: IBERIA

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Wonderful! Many thanks.
I wonder if you could check book 3 -- the link didn't work for me.
All best
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isokani wrote:Wonderful! Many thanks.
I wonder if you could check book 3 -- the link didn't work for me.
All best
Please try again - I just inserted the correct link.

P.S. I still do have some difficulty to grab the undertones of British understatement. So I am not completely certain whether you are interested in the Granados and de Falla recordings by Querol or not.
If you do not mind, please clarify for a "blunt" continental gentleman. Thank you! ;)
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Re: IBERIA

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Dear Alfor
I will cease to beat around the bush.
I would love to hear Querol's Granados etc. I just didn't want to give you too many tasks.
With best wishes etc
Zajanczek
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isokani wrote:...I just didn't want to give you too many tasks...
Dear Zajanczek (Zajaczek??),

please feel free to bother me with any musical wish you have!

More Querol to come. I have to take the liberty to broaden the scope of this thread by understanding the word "IBERIA" as a synonym for the Iberian Peninsula, so hopefully being allowed to post also works by other spanish composers than Albeniz.

Alicia de LARROCHA ("Mrs. Iberia")
Mompou: Impresiones intimas
Granados: 2 pieces from Goyescas, El Pelele
Broadcast recording from a 1988 live recital!!
http://www.mediafire.com/?wxzvxnzggop198h

Just wonderful, imho.
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Leopoldo QUEROL
Granados: Goyescas part I
LP recording from the 1950s
http://www.mediafire.com/?o0z0ixu6a2eula2
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Leopoldo QUEROL
Granados: Goyescas part II

http://www.mediafire.com/?xau8s3t7937b93j

Some scores from Spanish libraries:
http://bib.cervantesvirtual.com/portal/ ... uras.shtml

The manuscript (not complete!) of Albeniz' Iberia can be found here:
http://www.palaumusica.org/
Plus many printed and manuscript scores (for example by Malats), historic recital programs (Rubinstein, Querol, etc.) and many more items of interest!

Click: English - The Library - Digital Library - Digital collections - Browse.
Then you can choose: "Browsing items in ..."
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I don't know nothing about the main occupation (apart from piano playing) of big rabbits
(there are rumors, though...).
So I hope you will find the time to listen to this, dear isokani:

Leopoldo QUEROL
de Falla:
Fantasia Boetica (sic!)
Quatre Piéces Espagnoles
http://www.mediafire.com/?ovtzx5v7lx465y8
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I downloaded Paul Mast's very interesting dissertation about Iberia from Sibley Library and compiled it into one file:
http://waltercosand.com/CosandScores/Co ... %e9niz.pdf
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Re: IBERIA

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Hello!

I know this thread was last posted in some years ago, but I'm currently working through the Goyescas and wanted to thank you for posting these precious recordings from Querol. I have listened to a few recordings of this massive work but this one is interesting, too!

Thank you.

-piano3646

alfor wrote:Leopoldo QUEROL
Granados: Goyescas part I
LP recording from the 1950s
http://www.mediafire.com/?o0z0ixu6a2eula2
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Re: IBERIA

Post by Klavier »

In addition to a few that have already been mentioned, I like versions by Eduardo Fernandez, Marc-Andre Hamelin, and Yorum Ish-Hurwitz.
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