Albéniz

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Al·bé·niz

 (äl-bĕ′nēs′), Isaac 1860-1909.
Spanish composer and pianist. A student of Franz Liszt, he composed piano works based on Spanish folk music.
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Albéniz

(Spanish alˈβeniθ)
n
(Biography) Isaac (isaˈak). 1860–1909, Spanish composer; noted for piano pieces inspired by folk music, such as the suite Iberia
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Al•bé•niz

(ɑlˈbeɪ nis, æl-)

n.
Isaac, 1860–1909, Spanish composer.
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Other highlights include music by Isaac Albeniz, a piano composer that never wrote for the guitar, however his pieces have found a natural home on the instrument.
His recital in Cyprus is presented as part of and in collaboration with the 14th International Guitar Festival EGTA -- Cyprus, and will include works by Leo Brouwer, Isaak Albeniz, Carlo Domeniconi and Mikis Theodorakis.
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All topics of musical production and reception are represented: composers (including the ones who did not have much transcendence, eclipsed by the universal appeal of figures like Juan Crisostomo Arriaga, Pablo Sarasate, Manuel Garcia, Isaac Albeniz, Enrique Granados, or Manuel de Falla); performers (virtuosos as well as amateur); concert life; genres; educational institutions; musical associations; impresarios; and the music critics or 'proto-musicologists' who, like Pena y Goni, Tomas Breton, or Felip Pedrell, among others, made the first attempts at documenting the music of Spain and assessing its position among other musical traditions in Europe, particularly Italy and France.
Amoros will offer a programme based on popular Spanish and European classical piano repertoire including pieces from Robert Schumann, Enrique Granados, Frederic Chopin, Manuel de Falla and Isaac Albeniz.
And his Spanish collection - Granados' Valses Poeticos, each so short you hardly have time to take them in, and three more substantial ones by Albeniz - had all the charm, glitter and swirl of village dances, songs and guitars.
1"; "Images of Metheny"; and "Sevilla: The Music of Isaac Albeniz." Vieaux was the first classical musician to be featured on NPR's popular "Tiny Desk" series.
Listen to Natascha Majek play Beethoven's Eroica Variations, Albeniz's 'El Puerto,' Chopin's 'Nocturne' in B Major, Opus 9 No.
Having performed the music of such outstanding composers as Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Frederic Chopin, Gara Garayev and Albeniz Pavana-Capricho, Shirin Amiraslanova won the title of laureate and was awarded the first place by the unanimous decision of the jury.
by Jeff Luke, Scherzo; Edvard Grieg, arranged by Jeff Luke/Thomas Oltarzewski, Holberg Suite; Catherine McMichael, Asteria; Rene Orth, Leaguered in Fire, Lagooned in Gold; Isaac Albeniz, arr.
This evening comes as a unique opportunity to enjoy works by Haydn, Chopin, Liszt, Albeniz, Faure and Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue, in the setting of St Mary's Creative Space.