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Finding Spain in music, Falla in context : Works & process at the Guggenheim

Author: Manuel de FallaThomas, Aquinas SaintTomás Luis de VictoriaJohn of the Cross, SaintJoaquín RodrigoAll authors
Publisher: 2006.
Series: Works and process at the Guggenheim.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : NTSC color broadcast system : English
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This program explores how Spain's vibrant music and painting reflect a broad range of European influences. The program centers on Manuel de Falla's Concerto for keyboard and five instruments and examines the way the concerto encapsulates the history of Spanish music. The first segment presents religious music and a recitation of a poem by John of the Cross. Joseph Horowitz and Antonio Molina discuss the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Video
Music
Named Person: Manuel de Falla
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Manuel de Falla; Thomas, Aquinas Saint; Tomás Luis de Victoria; John of the Cross, Saint; Joaquín Rodrigo; Mateo Albéniz; Cantallos; Antonio Soler; Joseph Horovitz; Pedro Carboné; Antoinio Muñoz Molina; Angel Gil-Ordóñez; Germán Jaramillo; Magdalena Llamas; Rafael Lamas; Sato Moughalian; Stephen Taylor, (Oboist); Jon Manasse; Michi Wiancko; Wendy Sutter; Mary Sharp Cronson; Collegiate Chorale.; Perspectives Ensemble.; Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum.
OCLC Number: 174570211
Performer(s): Host, Mary Sharp Cronson. Moderator, Joseph Horowitz. Panelist: Antonio Muñoz Molina. Pedro Carboné, piano. Angel Gil-Ordóñez, conductor. Germán Jaramillo, reciter. Magdalena Llamas, mezzo-soprano. Rafael Lamas, piano.
The Collegiate Chorale: Robert Bass, music director; Hai-Tang Chinn, Eileen Clark, Michele Eaton, Neil Farrell, Alex Guerrero, Daniel Gundlach, Melissa Kelley, Mark Rehnstrom, Charles Sprawls, Nancy Wertsch.
Perspectives Ensemble: Sato Moughalian, artistic director, flute; Stephen Taylor, oboe; Jon Manasse, clarinet; Michi Wiancko, violin; Wendy Sutter, cello.
Event notes: Recorded as part of the Works & process performance series at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, on Nov. 28, 2006.
Description: 1 videodisc (NTSC) (96 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Contents: Music content: Pange lingua gloriosi / Thomas Aquinas --
Caligaverunt oculi mei (Mine eyes are dim with weeping) / Tomás Luis de Victoria --
Le noche oscura (The dark night) / John of the Cross --
Vere languores nostros (Our failings he has truly taken upon himself) / Tomás Luis de Victoria --
Concerto for keyboard and five instruments / Manuel de Falla --
Cuatro madrigales amatorios / Joaquín Rodrigo --
Sonata in D / Mateo Albéniz --
Sonata in C minor / Cantallos --
Sonata in D / Padre Antonio Soler --
Concerto for keyboard and five instruments / Manuel de Falla.
Series Title: Works and process at the Guggenheim.
Other Titles: Beyond flamenco, finding Spain in music
Falla in context, the concerto
Responsibility: [performance series producer, Mary Sharp Cronson].

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This program explores how Spain's vibrant music and painting reflect a broad range of European influences. The program centers on Manuel de Falla's Concerto for keyboard and five instruments and examines the way the concerto encapsulates the history of Spanish music. The first segment presents religious music and a recitation of a poem by John of the Cross. Joseph Horowitz and Antonio Molina discuss the Europeanization of Spanish music in the 20th century; the influence of Stravinsky on Falla's late music; connections between Spanish music and visual art; the writings of Federico Garcia Lorca; the centrality of Flamenco in Spanish culture. The second musical segment includes the first performance of Falla's concerto and a series of madrigals. Pianist Pedro Carboné speaks about the construction of the concerto and how it reflects the influence of folk and religious music, and performs three piano sonatas. A second performance of Falla's concerto concludes the program.

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