Albéniz Iberia

Albéniz · Iberia Suite · Concierto Fantástico · Navarra · Catalonia

Albéniz · Iberia Suite · Concierto Fantástico · Navarra · Catalonia · Ciccolini · Bátiz
Classical | EAC, LOG | FLAC 309 MB | MP3 HQ, 107 MB
1 CD | Covers | rs.com | 1984

Albéniz - Iberia (Marc André Hamelin)  

Posted by Cuba00 at July 4, 2009
Albéniz - Iberia (Marc André Hamelin)

Albéniz - Iberia (Marc André Hamelin)
Piano | APE separate tracks | EAC Rip, CUE, no Log | Scans | 2 CD | 297 MB
Label: Hyperion | Data release: 2005 | Rapidshare
Albéniz: Iberia, impressiones para piano (Esteban Sánchez)

Albéniz - Iberia (Esteban Sánchez)
Piano | FLAC+CUE | EAC Rip, no Log | Scans | 2 CD | 300 MB
Label: Ensayo | Data release: February 1997 | Rapidshare

V.A. – Albéniz. Música española (1993)  

Posted by Melaron at March 5, 2014
V.A. – Albéniz. Música española (1993)

V.A. – Albéniz. Música española (1993)
1 CD | time: 1 h 04 m 08 s | Scans 300 dpi | tags | MP3 320 CBR > 146,49 MB
Classical, Various Artists, World / Label: Planeta CCD-06 / Uploaded, Turbobit

Compilation album with instrumental interpretations of major themes of Spanish composer Isaac Albéniz by soloists as Austrian pianist Beatriz Klien, Austrian guitarist and lutenist Konrad Ragossnig, Venezuelan guitarist Alirio Diaz and Greek pianist Rena Kyriakou. Together they offer a repertoire of twelve songs, which return the substance and the freshness of the compositions of the great Albéniz.

Isaac Albéniz - Katona Twins (1997)  

Posted by Scaron at Dec. 21, 2008
Isaac Albéniz - Katona Twins (1997)

Isaac Albéniz - Katona Twins (1997)
Classical Guitar | FLAC | Front & Back Cover | 198 MB
Rodrigo / Albeniz - Paco de Lucía - Concierto De Aranjuez / Iberia (1991) {Repost}

Joaquin Rodrigo - Concierto de Aranjuez / Isaac Albeniz - Iberia
Paco de Lucia - Orquesta de Cadaques / Edmon Colomer
EAC+LOG+CUE | FLAC: 157 MB | Full Artwork | 5% Recovery Info
Label/Cat#: Philips # 510 301-2 | Country/Year: Spain 1991
Genre: Classical | Style: Guitar

This 1991 release, recorded live at Teatro Bulevar de la Casa de la Cultura in Torrelodones, Spain, features Spanish composer Joaquín Rodrigo's best-known composition, 1939’s "Concierto de Aranjuez," performed by flamenco guitar legends Paco de Lucía and Rodrigo, along with the Orquestra de Cadaqués. Also featured is the Isaac Albéniz composition "Iberia," recorded at Cinearte in Spain.
Isaac Albeniz - Piano Music (Complete), Vol. 6 (Baselga)

Isaac Albeniz - Piano Music (Complete), Vol. 6 (Baselga)
Classical | EAC: FLAC+Cue+Log | 1 Cd, Cover+Booklet | 287 Mb
Label: BIS - Date: 2009

Born in 1860, Isaac Albéniz is best known for piano music that brilliantly evokes the spirit of Spain. As a composer-virtuoso, Albéniz successfully melded together composition and performance to create a bravura style reminiscent of the music of Liszt, seasoned with Spanish folk idioms. The work that most convincingly represents this synthesis of virtuosity and tradition is the enchantingly colorful and atmospheric Iberia, a suite of 12 pieces recalling Spanish (particularly Andalusian) places and dances. Albéniz used folklore as his inspiration, but created a singular melodic style, which eventually influenced Debussy and Ravel. Believing that artistic originality and an interest in one's national musical tradition do not exclude each other, Albéniz likewise was largely the creator of the Spanish musical idiom that would be adopted and developed by Granados and de Falla - All Music Guide
Isaac Albeniz - Piano Music (Complete), Vol. 5 (Baselga)

Isaac Albeniz - Piano Music (Complete), Vol. 5 (Baselga)
Classical | EAC: FLAC+Cue+Log | 1 Cd, Cover+Booklet | 246 Mb
Label: BIS - Date: 2005

Born in 1860, Isaac Albéniz is best known for piano music that brilliantly evokes the spirit of Spain. As a composer-virtuoso, Albéniz successfully melded together composition and performance to create a bravura style reminiscent of the music of Liszt, seasoned with Spanish folk idioms. The work that most convincingly represents this synthesis of virtuosity and tradition is the enchantingly colorful and atmospheric Iberia, a suite of 12 pieces recalling Spanish (particularly Andalusian) places and dances. Albéniz used folklore as his inspiration, but created a singular melodic style, which eventually influenced Debussy and Ravel. Believing that artistic originality and an interest in one's national musical tradition do not exclude each other, Albéniz likewise was largely the creator of the Spanish musical idiom that would be adopted and developed by Granados and de Falla - All Music Guide
Isaac Albeniz - Piano Music (Complete), Vol. 3 (Baselga)

Isaac Albeniz - Piano Music (Complete), Vol. 3 (Baselga)
Classical | EAC: FLAC+Cue+Log | 1 Cd, Cover+Booklet | 227 Mb
Label: BIS - Date: 2001

Born in 1860, Isaac Albéniz is best known for piano music that brilliantly evokes the spirit of Spain. As a composer-virtuoso, Albéniz successfully melded together composition and performance to create a bravura style reminiscent of the music of Liszt, seasoned with Spanish folk idioms. The work that most convincingly represents this synthesis of virtuosity and tradition is the enchantingly colorful and atmospheric Iberia, a suite of 12 pieces recalling Spanish (particularly Andalusian) places and dances. Albéniz used folklore as his inspiration, but created a singular melodic style, which eventually influenced Debussy and Ravel. Believing that artistic originality and an interest in one's national musical tradition do not exclude each other, Albéniz likewise was largely the creator of the Spanish musical idiom that would be adopted and developed by Granados and de Falla - All Music Guide
Isaac Albeniz - Piano Music (Complete), Vol. 2 (Baselga)

Isaac Albeniz - Piano Music (Complete), Vol. 2 (Baselga)
Classical | EAC: FLAC+Cue+Log | 1 Cd, Cover+Booklet | 248 Mb
Label: BIS - Date: 1999

Miguel Baselga’s on-going traversal of the piano music by Isaac Albéniz has shown that there is much more to the composer than the four books of Iberia usually regarded as his crowning achievement. The present disc largely concentrates on the early production, including Marcha Militar, the very first piece that Albéniz is known to have composed, at the age of nine. The Six Mazurkas de salon and L’Automne-Valse Baselga also gives us a taste of the salon-type music that Albéniz often included in his own recital programs during the 1880s and 1890s. The Mazurkas were written for, and named after, six of Albéniz’ piano pupils, all daughters of important upper class families in Madrid… - CD Compact.