• Olallo Morales (1874-1957)

    Obras para Piano

    Javier Perianes


    By the beginning of the 20th century, the Swedish music world had matured ­significantly, as can be seen from the work of composers like Natanel Berg, Oscar Lindberg, Kurt Altteberg and another, whose name had a somewhat exotic sound in a country like Sweden: Olallo Morales. Olallo Juan Magnus Morales Wilksman (1874-1957), to give him his full name, was the son of diplomat, astronomer and ­meteorologist Olallo Morales Lupión (1852-1889) and his Swedish wife, Zelma, who was an accomplished pianist. The Morales-Wilksman marriage also produced other musicians: Zelmica who was a ...+ info

  • Germán A. Beigbeder (1882-1968)

    Obras para Orquesta

    Orquesta de Córdoba

    Conductor: Gloria Isabel Ramos


    GERMÁN Á. BEIGBEDER (1882-1968)   Germán Álvarez-Beigbeder was born in Jerez de la Frontera, in the province of Cadiz, on 15 December 1882, and died in Madrid on 11 September 1968. He came from a wealthy family of French origin that had settled in Jerez in the 18th century. The family worked in the wine trade, and had founded an internationally renowned sherry bodega. Álvarez-Beigbeder belongs to what became known as the Generation of the Maestros, which also included figures such as Conrado del Campo, Julio Gómez, Joaquín Turina and s...+ info

  • Missa Mille Regretz

    Cristobal de Morales

    The Hilliard Ensemble


    The "Mille Regretz" Mass by Morales   There are three printed sources of this Mass. The oldest is dated 1544 and comes from Rome; the second, printed in 1545, from Lyon and finally, that of 1568 is from Wittenberg. There is also a manuscript of the work in the Sistine Chapel in Rome which appears to coincide with the Wittenberg edition. Here, the "Mille Regretz" mass is attributed to the composer Thomas Crecquillon. In Spain there are five ancient copies of this Mass. They can be found in Barcelona (Cataluña and Orfeón Catalán Libraries), Madrid (Medinaceli Libra...+ info



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




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