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  • de Falla. CD

    Manuel de Falla y Matheu (23 November 1876 - 14 November 1946) was a Spanish composer.

    He is regarded as Spain's most important composers in recent times. He has written three operas. La vida letters, two ballets. Ritual fire dance / El amor brujo (1915), El sombrero de tres picos / The triangular hat (1919), Fantasia Baetica and Pieces espagnoles, Psyche, Siete canciones Populares Espanolas (1922) Harpsichord Concerto (1926), Nights in Spanish Gardens, L 'Atlantida.

    De Falla lived in the years 1907-1914 in Paris, where he met some composers who had an influence on his style of writing, these were among other impressionists Maurice Ravel, Claude Debussy and Paul Dukas. He wrote, however, not much more before he returned to Madrid at the beginning of the First World War. During this period, his best known works.

    De Falla tried to stop the murder of his best friend, the poet Federico García Lorca in 1936, but he failed. Subsequently joined Francisco Franco's victory in the Spanish Civil War, and de Falla left Spain and moved to Argentina. Then he wrote no more music. He died in Alta Gracia, in the Argentine province of Córdoba. In 1947, his remains brought to Spain and placed in the Cathedral of Cadiz

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  • Faurél. CD

    Gabriel Fauré (12 May 1845 in Pamiers, Ariege, France - 4 november 1924 in Paris) was a French composer and organist. He taught composition at the Conservatory of Paris and was the academy's director from 1905 to 1920.

    Fauré wrote music in a wide variety of genres, his most famous work is the Requiem, but he also wrote the beautiful famous orchestral work Pavane.

    He has also written music for Pelléas and Mélisande and Dolly Suite.

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  • Franck, CD

    César Franck (December 10, 1822 in Liege - 8 November 1890) was a Belgian-French composer, organist, pianist and teacher of composition.

    First and foremost, César Franck arguably the most important composer of organ music since Johann Sebastian Bach, but in addition he has also written major orchestral and chamber music.

    Born in Belgium, but lived most of his life in France. His music was rooted in a rich tradition associated with Beethoven, Bach, Liszt and Wagner. His harmony is one of today's most distinctive, it formed the basis for the study of harmonious alteration. His production is often shared in 3 periods. While he was a concert pianist, he wrote a number of smaller works for piano. From 1850, where he was organist followed some religious works, fairs, oratorios and organ works. Of these finds are 12 larger size works in 3 periods, 1862 (opus 16 to 21) including "Grande Pièce Symphonique, three works from the period around 1878, and the crowning glory - the three organ chorales from 1890, which was his swan song in the composition of the organ as an instrument. His most important works he wrote after 1880 in his years as konservatorielærer. Has composed: 3 operas, Symphony in d minor (1888), 3 symphonic poems: Redemption, Le chasseur maudit, Les Djinns. symphonic variations for piano and orchestra (1885), 2 fairs, Panis angelicus, Sonata for violin and piano (1886).

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