Goyescas: 3. Fandango By Candle Light
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Enrique Granados composed his poetic waltzes around 1895. Although not as well known as Spanish dances are a work full of tenderness and lyricism. Written originally for piano, in guitar transcription are coated in a new language where the muses of dance seem to glide across the strings. In this transcript due to Professor Joaquin Clerch, the very young Mircea Gogoncea performs an incredible version, where the joins technical virtuosity and lyrical feeling.
Introducció: Vivace molto – Vals melòdic – Vals apassionat – Vals lent – Vals humorístic – Vals brillant – Vals sentimental – Vals papallona – Vals ideal
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