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Composer: de Falla, Manuel (1876-1946)

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BerlinBach, Haydn, de Falla, Schumann

Bach, Haydn, de Falla, Schumann
Juan Carlos Rodríguez, Piano

DresdenBach, Haydn, de Falla, Schumann

Bach, Haydn, de Falla, Schumann
Juan Carlos Rodríguez, Piano

MontrealImagining Spain

de Falla, Evangelista, Rimsky-Korsakov
Orchestre Métropolitain; Alain Trudel; Julien Bélanger; Marjorie Maltais

MontrealImagining Spain

de Falla, Evangelista, Rimsky-Korsakov
Orchestre Métropolitain; Alain Trudel; Julien Bélanger; Marjorie Maltais

LondonOliver Wass (harp) - Hattori Foundation Rush Hour Recital

Prokofiev, Bach, de Falla, Britten, Ravel, Posse
Oliver Wass, Harp
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Tragedy and comedy in a double bill in Adelaide

Manuel de Falla’s rarely performed La Vida Breve and Giacomo Puccini’s comic Gianni Schicchi are quite contrasting mini-operas, united by common threads of deception and the clash of class distinction.
****1
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Prom 51: Hearty Elgar from Oramo and the BBCSO

Is traditional English pub grub popular in Helsinki? Perhaps Sakari Oramo got a taste for it during his Birmingham years for there was something “stout and steaky” about last night’s hearty performance of Elgar’s Third Symphony.
***11
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Prom 43: Dutoit and the RPO pull out all the stops

Just what the doctor ordered: a programme of Franco-Iberian musical delights to advance the cause of a Mediterranean lifestyle, with Charles Dutoit and the RPO in commanding form.
****1
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Spanish-tinged Cleveland Orchestra program at Blossom

Gustavo Gimeno conducted the Cleveland Orchestra in a colorful program inclusive of a pair of Spanish works, Stravinsky’s Firebird, and the Lalo Cello Concerto with soloist Johannes Moser.
***11
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European assortment from Charles Dutoit and the SF Symphony

Charles Dutoit and the SFS brings us a night of Sibelius, Mozart, de Falla and Debussy, giving us a wonderful taste of Europe in one sitting. 
****1
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