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Wydawnictwo: Signum Classics
Nr katalogowy: SIGCD 612
Nośnik: 2 CD
Data wydania: luty 2020
EAN: 635212061220
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Epoka muzyczna: współczesna
Obszar (język): hiszpański
Instrumenty: klarnet, fortepian
Rodzaj: poemat symfoniczny

Diaz-Jerez: Maghek - Seven Symphonic Poems on the Canaries

Signum Classics - SIGCD 612
Wykonawcy
Cristo Barrios, clarinet
Ricardo Descalzo, piano
Royal Scottish National Orchestra / Eduardo Portal
Nagrody i rekomendacje
 
MusicWeb Recording of the Month
 
CD 1:
Ymarxa (Tenerife) for orchestra
Ayssuragan (La Palma) for clarinet and orchestra
Guanapay (Lanzarote) for piano and orchestra

CD 2:
Chigaday (La Gomera) for orchestra
Azaenegue (Gran Canaria) for orchestra
Erbane (Fuerteventura) for orchestra
Aranfaybo (El Hierro) for orchestra
Gustavo Díaz-Jerez is one of the leading composers and pianists in Spain. His compositional output spans all genres, from solo works to opera. His works have been premiered by prestigious ensembles and orchestras. His orchestral work Ymarxa, commissioned by the XXVII Canary Islands Music Festival, was premiered by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Charles Dutoit. In 2018, his first opera was premiered, La casa imaginaria.

This album represents the culmination of more than ten years of compositional work. A unique endeavour in the history of music in the Canary Islands, it comprises seven symphonic poems – almost two and a half hours of music - which evoke the landscapes and natural beauty of the Canaries. The cycle takes its name, Maghek (“the one who creates brightness”), from the sun-goddess of the Guanches, the aboriginal inhabitants of the Canary Islands. Each piece is inspired by a specific locale on a different island; some resurrect forgotten stories. Naturalistic tonal painting (the sea, the wind, the rugged scenery) is a constant feature throughout the cycle.

Recorded in Glasgow Royal Concert Hall’s New Auditorium, UK from 17th to 20th September 2019.

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  • MMCD 13045
  • SWR 19092
  • RCD 1042
  • DCD 34241
  • GLO 5276
  • ANA 002
  • CHAN 20126
  • APR 6031
  • TXA 19144