Paco de Lucía interpreta a Manuel de Falla

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Paco de Lucía interpreta a Manuel de Falla
The upper neck of a guitar is depicted with a man's hand fretting a chord on it on a white background.
Studio album by Paco de Lucía
Released 1978
Genre Flamenco
Length 29:46
Label Polygram Iberica
Paco de Lucía chronology
Almoraima Interpreta a Manuel de Falla Castro Marín

Paco de Lucía interpreta a Manuel de Falla is the twelfth studio album by the Spanish composer and guitarist Paco de Lucía. All the pieces were written by Manuel de Falla.[1]

De Falla was a composer who wrote very little music for the guitar.[2] Although there is no doubt that de Falla was influenced by cante jondo,[3] rather like the case of Albéniz whose piano music has entered the guitar repertory, his music has to be arranged for guitar.

The three dances from The Three-Cornered Hat (1911) were originally written for orchestra. They take the form of seguidillas ("Danza de los Vecinos") and farrucas (the dances of the miller and his wife).

El Amor Brujo was written to feature a flamenco dancer plus actors and musicians. It was originally scored for a small band and a singer, a vocal part intended for a cantaora.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Danza de los Vecinos" from The Three-Cornered Hat (El Sombrero de Tres Picos) – 3:09
  2. "Danza ritual del fuego" (from El Amor Brujo) – 4:24
  3. "Introducción y pantomima" (from El Amor Brujo) – 2:59
  4. "El Paño Moruno" (from Siete Canciones Populares) – 1:27
  5. "Danza del Molinero" (from El Sombrero de Tres Picos) – 3:04
  6. "Danza" (from La Vida Breve) – 3:24
  7. "Escena" (from El Amor Brujo) – 1:25
  8. "Canción del fuego fatuo" (from El Amor Brujo) – 4:05
  9. "Danza del terror" (from El Amor Brujo) – 1:48
  10. "Danza de la Molinera" (from El Sombrero de Tres Picos) – 4:01

Musicians[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Diana Pérez Custodio Paco de Lucía: la evolución del flamenco a través de sus rumbas 2005 "...en 1978 en su LP Paco de Lucía interpreta a Manuel de Falla. El propio músico narra su experiencia con estas palabras, extraídas por Norberto Torres de una entrevista que fue publicada en el número 4 de la revista Le guitariste ...
  2. ^ Pour le tombeau de Claude Debussy is cited as his only work for guitar.[1]
  3. ^ D. E. Pohren Paco de Lucía and Family: The Master Plan 1992 Page 109 "In his 1978 Philips recording "Paco de Lucia interpreta a Manuel de Falla," (Philips Stereo 836 032-1 LP, 836 032-4 Cassette) Paco shows brilliantly just how flamenco Falla was, and Paco is."
  • Gamboa, Manuel José and Nuñez, Faustino. (2003). Paco de Lucía. Madrid:Universal Music Spain.