Manuel de Falla


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Noun1.Manuel de Falla - Spanish composer and pianist (1876-1946)Manuel de Falla - Spanish composer and pianist (1876-1946)
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She followed with a bravura selection of Spanish works by Enrique Granados, Manuel de Falla and Isaac Albeniz: all of them challenging for the player, vividly descriptive and richly imbued with emotional qualities of Spanish village life.
The works of more enigmatic and broadly influential composers, such as Torroba's exact contemporary Manuel de Falla (1876-1946), have taken center stage.
The concert will feature Russian bard songs by Bulat Okudzhava and Sergey Nikitin, along with classical works by Ernest Bloch, Vytautas Barkauskas, Leos Janacek, Johann Sebastian Bach, Witold Lutoslowski, Pyotr Illich Tchaikovsky and Manuel de Falla.
In addition to the standard repertoire Estrada is also deeply committed to works written by contemporary composers, together with pianists Natalia Ricci and Lorelle McNaughton, she gave the world premiere of “El amor Brujo” by Manuel de Falla arranged for three pianos by the British composer Keyna Wilkins under the auspices of the Spanish Music Festival and Symposium.
Juan Ruiz Jimenez contributes a probing analysis of unica repertory in E-GRmf 975, a collection from the Manuel de Falla Library that embodies the sixteenth-century growth of instrumental music at Spanish cathedrals.
When did Manuel de Falla, the composer of the opera Master Peter's Puppet Show, die?
Though much younger, Yunus too has some prestige gigs behind her -- at Carnegie Hall, the Los Angeles Da Camera Society and Spain's Manuel De Falla Hall.
Peter and Zoltan, who were born in Hungary, will play a variety of popular guitar music, including Mozart, Scarlatti, Spanish composers Granados, Manuel de Falla and Bizet and tango music composer Astor Piazzolla.
There''s no real evidence of either the wild child or cosmopolitan influence in these homeland evocations, apart from the guiding hand of his Parisian tutor Paul Dukas, who also influenced the third of this week''s composers, Manuel de Falla.
THE name of the composer Manuel de Falla is remarkably well known, despite his comparatively small output of music, and the few opportunities there are to hear it live.
Its influence can also be traced in the verses of poet Federico Garcia Lorca and composer Manuel de Falla.
A statement by Sabanci Foundation said on Tuesday that the orchestra began its concert with "el sombrero de tres picos" of Manuel de Falla and performed "nightwalker" of Mahir Cetiz and "prelude to the afternoon of a faun" of Claude Debussy.