Alma espanola | Bridge BRIDGE9491

Alma espanola

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Label: Bridge

Cat No: BRIDGE9491

Format: CD

Number of Discs: 1

Genre: Vocal/Choral

Release Date: 11th August 2017

Contents

Works

Falla, Manuel de

Canciones populares espanolas (7) (arr. M Llobet, rev. E Pujol)

Granados, Enrique

Danzas espanolas (12), op.37
» no.5 Andaluza (arr. Llobet)

Lara, Agustin

Granada

Lorca, Federico Garcia

Canciones espanolas antiguas (13)
» Anda, jaleo
» El cafe de Chinitas
» La Tarara
» Las morillas de Jaen
» Los mozos de Monleon
» Nana de Sevilla
» Romance de Don Boyso
» Sevillanas del Siglo XVIII
» Zorongo

Montsalvatge, Xavier

Canciones negras (5)
» no.4 Cancion de cuna para dormir a un negrito
» no.5 Canto negro

Rodrigo, Joaquin

Aranjuez, ma pensee

Tarrega, Francisco

Capricho arabe

Artists

Isabel Leonard (voice)
Sharon Isbin (guitar)

Works

Falla, Manuel de

Canciones populares espanolas (7) (arr. M Llobet, rev. E Pujol)

Granados, Enrique

Danzas espanolas (12), op.37
» no.5 Andaluza (arr. Llobet)

Lara, Agustin

Granada

Lorca, Federico Garcia

Canciones espanolas antiguas (13)
» Anda, jaleo
» El cafe de Chinitas
» La Tarara
» Las morillas de Jaen
» Los mozos de Monleon
» Nana de Sevilla
» Romance de Don Boyso
» Sevillanas del Siglo XVIII
» Zorongo

Montsalvatge, Xavier

Canciones negras (5)
» no.4 Cancion de cuna para dormir a un negrito
» no.5 Canto negro

Rodrigo, Joaquin

Aranjuez, ma pensee

Tarrega, Francisco

Capricho arabe

Artists

Isabel Leonard (voice)
Sharon Isbin (guitar)

About

Alma española presents Grammy Award-winning singer Isabel Leonard alongside Grammy Award-winning guitarist Sharon Isbin in an all-Spanish recording for voice and guitar, including twelve arrangements by Ms. Isbin in premiere recordings. Duos by Federico García Lorca, Manuel de Falla, Xavier Montsalvatge, Agustín Lara and Joaquín Rodrigo, with guitar solos by Granados and Tárrega, are heard in performances that evoke the rich and magnificent tradition of Spain. The Philadelphia Inquirer described Leonard and Isbin's performance as 'Feasts of beautifully sculpted phrases... glimpses of heaven', and The New York Times referred to the 'Soulful depth' of their interpretations. The collaboration of Isabel Leonard and Sharon Isbin brings together one of today's brightest vocal stars, heard on the stages of the Metropolitan Opera, Vienna State Opera, and Paris Opéra, with a guitar virtuoso acclaimed as 'the pre-eminent guitarist of our time'.

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