Following it's acclaimed Linn debut recording, Copland & Chávez: Pan-American Reflections, The Orchestra of the Americas releases it's sophomore album with it's Music Director, Carlos Miguel Prieto. Prieto is joined by fellow Mexican and celebrated pianist Jorge Federico Osorio, who brings his superb musicianship, powerful technique, vibrant imagination and deep passion to this all-Spanish programme. Osorio is the soloist in Falla's highly atmospheric piano concerto, Nights in the Gardens of Spain, a set of symphonic impressions which conjures up the enticing sounds and scents of a summer's evening. Conductor and pianist received critical acclaim following their performance of this work in Ireland: 'Prieto elicited a diaphanous palette of colors [and] as Osorio's arpeggios shimmered up and down the piano we were magnetically drawn into this highly evocative world full of lush sounds and sensuous possibilities' (BachTrack). Falla's masterpiece The Three-Cornered Hat is both vibrant and colorful and showcases the 'superb precision' of The Orchestra of the Americas. Falla's finely crafted and meticulous work ensures that the piece's folklore-based melodies are consistently accompanied by exquisite background music. The programme is completed by the Interlude & Dance from Falla's La vida breve and the well-known Intermezzo from Granados' Goyescas.
Following it's acclaimed Linn debut recording, Copland & Chávez: Pan-American Reflections, The Orchestra of the Americas releases it's sophomore album with it's Music Director, Carlos Miguel Prieto. Prieto is joined by fellow Mexican and celebrated pianist Jorge Federico Osorio, who brings his superb musicianship, powerful technique, vibrant imagination and deep passion to this all-Spanish programme. Osorio is the soloist in Falla's highly atmospheric piano concerto, Nights in the Gardens of Spain, a set of symphonic impressions which conjures up the enticing sounds and scents of a summer's evening. Conductor and pianist received critical acclaim following their performance of this work in Ireland: 'Prieto elicited a diaphanous palette of colors [and] as Osorio's arpeggios shimmered up and down the piano we were magnetically drawn into this highly evocative world full of lush sounds and sensuous possibilities' (BachTrack). Falla's masterpiece The Three-Cornered Hat is both vibrant and colorful and showcases the 'superb precision' of The Orchestra of the Americas. Falla's finely crafted and meticulous work ensures that the piece's folklore-based melodies are consistently accompanied by exquisite background music. The programme is completed by the Interlude & Dance from Falla's La vida breve and the well-known Intermezzo from Granados' Goyescas.
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Format: CD
Label: LINN RECORDS
Rel. Date: 07/10/2020
UPC: 691062062527

Three-Cornered Hat
Artist: Falla / Orchestra Of The Americas / Ordaz
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Following it's acclaimed Linn debut recording, Copland & Chávez: Pan-American Reflections, The Orchestra of the Americas releases it's sophomore album with it's Music Director, Carlos Miguel Prieto. Prieto is joined by fellow Mexican and celebrated pianist Jorge Federico Osorio, who brings his superb musicianship, powerful technique, vibrant imagination and deep passion to this all-Spanish programme. Osorio is the soloist in Falla's highly atmospheric piano concerto, Nights in the Gardens of Spain, a set of symphonic impressions which conjures up the enticing sounds and scents of a summer's evening. Conductor and pianist received critical acclaim following their performance of this work in Ireland: 'Prieto elicited a diaphanous palette of colors [and] as Osorio's arpeggios shimmered up and down the piano we were magnetically drawn into this highly evocative world full of lush sounds and sensuous possibilities' (BachTrack). Falla's masterpiece The Three-Cornered Hat is both vibrant and colorful and showcases the 'superb precision' of The Orchestra of the Americas. Falla's finely crafted and meticulous work ensures that the piece's folklore-based melodies are consistently accompanied by exquisite background music. The programme is completed by the Interlude & Dance from Falla's La vida breve and the well-known Intermezzo from Granados' Goyescas.