• Obras para Violoncello y Piano. Tríos 1 & 2

    Manuel Castillo

    Oscar Martín, Piano, Trino Zurita, Violoncello, Miguel Romero, Violín


    Manuel castillo Navarro-Aguilera was born in Sevilla in 1930. He displayed musical talent at an early age both as a pianist and as a composer. He studied in Sevilla with Norberto Almandoz (Chapel Master at the Cathedral) and in Madrid with A. Lucas Moreno (piano) and Conrado del Campo (composition). He was awarded the Joaquin Turina Prize when he was only 19, and at 21 he debuted as a pianist with the Bética Chamber Orchestra. He continued his studies in Paris with Lazare Levy (piano) and Nadia Boulanger (composition) and, after his return to Spain, he got a professorship at the Seville...+ info

  • La Música de Al-Andalus

    La Nuba Garnatí de Tlemecen (Argelia)

    Ensemble Awtar-Tilimsem


    There is a very significant fragment of the poem written by Ismá'il b. Bard when he asked 'Abd al-Hamid b. Basil for a lute, and was given an old instrument:   You were very generous to send me a lute that belonged to the family of al-Waid. Generation after generation mended it with their hands. It is Co me like a lute of mosaic. The spiders wove over it for they thought it a vestige of a building in ruins. This lute is like effaced lines, like the remains of the ink of beautiful calligraphy.   (AI-Kattáni (1029): Kitab al-tasbihiát mi...+ info

  • Maestros Andaluces en Nueva España

    Obras de Antonio de Salazar, Matías Ruiz, Miguel de Riva, Diego José de Salazar, Francisco Sanz y

    Cappella Mediterranea


    Music and Andalusian musicians in New Spain   The musical links between New Spain and Andalusia have existed since the earliest days of the discovery and the conquest. Surely that "maese Pedro, he of the harp ", mentioned by Bernal Diaz del Castillo upon arriving on American soil with Hernán Cortés’ troops, was a member of the first group of Andalusians who came to settle in the newly-conquered America. But the passing of time, particularly after the foundation of new cities and the construction of their cathedrals, brought closer the links with the music of Andalusi...+ info



Nuevo Disco: OBRAS PARA VIOLONCELLO Y PIANO. TRÍOS 1 Y 2. MANUEL CASTILLO




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of such illustrious Andalusians as Manuel de Falla and Joaquín Turina.

Edited
Junta de Andalucía. Consejería de Cultura
Coordinated
Centro de Documentación Musical de Andalucía
Produced
Agencia Andaluza de Instituciones Culturales


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