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Gypsy Inspiration - DSD256

Release date: 19 Aug 2016, EUD-DR-1603-DSD256


Vicent Morell, Daniel del Pino


Richard Wagner, Paul Dukas, Pablo de Sarasate, Federico Moreno Torroba, Wilhelm Popp, Fritz Kreisler, Joachim Andersen, Christopher Caliendo, B



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Pablo de Sarasate: Zigeunerweisen op. 20 8:20  
Zigeunerweisen op. 20 08:20  
Fritz Kreisler: La Gitana 3:23  
La Gitana 03:23  
Wilhelm Popp: Russisches Zigeunerlied op. 462/2 3:31  
Russisches Zigeunerlied op. 462/2 03:31  
Joachim Andersen: Fantaisie Nationale Hongroise op. 59/6 8:18  
Fantaisie Nationale Hongroise op. 59/6 08:18  
Emile Pesard: Andalouse 2:47  
Andalouse 02:47  
Paul Dukas: Alla Gitana 3:54  
Alla Gitana 03:54  
Federico Moreno Torroba: Dedicatoria 4:23  
Dedicatoria 04:23  
Bela Bartok: Suite Paysanne Hongroise - Chants Populaires Tristes 4:55  
I.- Rubato 00:53  
II.- Andante 01:25  
III.- Poco rubato 00:38  
IV.- Andante 01:09  
V.- Scherzo: Allegro 00:50  
Bela Bartok: Suite Paysanne Hongroise - Vieilles Danses 6:24  
I.- Allegro 00:53  
II.- Allegretto 00:35  
III.- Allegretto 00:15  
IV.- L'istesso tempo 00:49  
V.- Assai moderato 00:46  
VI.- Allegretto 00:30  
VII.- Poco pi 00:31  
VIII.- Allegro 00:31  
IX.- Allegro 01:34  
Christopher Caliendo: The Little Gypsy 5:28  
The Little Gypsy 05:28  
Christobal Halffter: Debla 10:50  
Debla 10:50  

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Vicent Morelló, solo flutist of the Royal Seville Symphony Orchestra, and Daniel del Pino explore the influence of the gypsy music in the classical repertoire with this exciting programme, ranging from the rhapsodic and sentimental virtuosity of Sarasate’s Zigeunerweisen to the Hungarian folk-inspired lyricism of Béla Bartók’s masterpiece. Captivating and virtuoso performances for a stunning recording.

Gypsy Inspiration - DSD256

Category Chamber

Period Early 20th, Late 20th

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