• Rollos de Pianola

    Obras de Albéniz, Granados, Turina, Ocón, Chapí, Alonso y otros


    PIANOLA: PORTRAIT OF A MUSICAL WONDER   Its ancestors For centuries; the ability to enjoy music without the effort of learning the associated necessary techniques has been a chief motivation for many inventors, inspiring them to create different forms of music mechanization. The treatise La Tonotechnie ou l'art de noter les cylinders, written in 1775 by the Augustinian monk Domingo Engranelle, shows evidence of this motivation. His work served as a theoretical fundament for several subsequent inventions, including the mechanical instruments that preceded the pianola. Several of t...+ info

  • Julian Arcas

    Fantasía 'El Paño'

    María Esther Guzmán, guitarra


    AN EVENTFUL LIFE Julián Gabino Arcas Lacal was bo.rn in María (Almería) on 25th October 1832. His father, Pedro Arcas, was a good amateur guitarist who followed the work of Dionisio Aguado and his school. At an early age he was to start teaching his sons Julian and Manuel, both of whom immediately showed a natural affinity for the instrument. When Julián is 12, the Arcas family moves to a Malaga, perhaps attracted by the economic boom the city was then experiencing. Here, he is taught by José Asencio, Dionisio Aguado's favourite guitarrist, who was capitali...+ info

  • Romanzas de Dúos y Zarzuelas

    Francisco Alonso

    Orquesta Filarmónica de Málaga

    Conductor: Juan de Udaeta


    The composer Francisco Alonso, who in his time was known as ‘maestro Alonso’, belongs to the second generation of twentieth century Spanish composers of theatre music. This group of composers, better known as the ‘Generation of the Masters’, includes such eminent figures as José María Usandizaga, José Padilla, Juan Vert, Reveriano Soutullo, Federico Moreno Torroba, Jacinto Guerrero, Pablo Sorozábal, Conrado del Campo and Jesús Guridi, amongst others. They each left a large amount of theatre music, resulting in one of the most productiv...+ info



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




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