BERGANZA Canciones españolas

TERESA BERGANZA
Canciones españolas
Spanische Lieder
Spanish Songs
Chansons espagnoles
Canti spagnoli

Narciso Yepes, Guitar
Felix Lavilla, Piano
Int. Release 01 Jun. 1992
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0289 435 8482 1
CD ADD 0289 435 8482 1 GX 2


Track List

CD 1: Various: Canciones españolas

Alfonso X El Sabio (1221 - 1284)
Teresa Berganza

Miguel de Fuenllana (1500 - )
Anonymous
Alonso de Mudarra (1510 - 1580)
Anonymous
Francesco de la Torre (1470 - 1520)
Enriquez de Valderrábano (1500 - 1557)
Luys Don Milan (1500 - 1562)
Juan de Triana
Alonso de Mudarra (1510 - 1580)
Juan del Encina (1468 - 1530)
12.
0:00
3:37

Juan Vazquez
Luys Don Milan (1500 - 1562)
Alonso de Mudarra (1510 - 1580)
Luys de Narváez (1490 - 1547)
Juan Vazquez
Teresa Berganza, Narciso Yepes

Alfonso X El Sabio (1221 - 1284)
Teresa Berganza

Juan de Anchieta (1462 - 1523)
Francesco de la Torre (1470 - 1520)
Pablo Esteve
Enrique Granados (1867 - 1916)
La Maja dolorosa

Jesus Guridi Bidaola (1886 - 1961)
Seis canzones castellanas

Teresa Berganza, Felix Lavilla

Total Playing Time 1:14:50

CD 2: Various: Canciones españolas

Manuel de Falla (1876 - 1946)
Suite populaire Espagnole

4.
0:00
2:59

5.
0:00
1:28

6.
0:00
1:05

7.
0:00
1:45

Federico García Lorca (1898 - 1936)
Trece canciones espanolas antiguas

17.
0:00
2:12

20.
0:00
1:03

Narciso Yepes, Teresa Berganza

Joaquín Pérez Turina (1882 - 1949)
23.
0:00
1:55

Bassols Javier Montsalvatge (1912 - 2002)
Canciones negras

26.
0:00
2:05

Teresa Berganza, Felix Lavilla

Total Playing Time 1:09:54

This collection dates from the mid-1970s when Berganza was at her peak, the voice fresh, her artisty mature. In essence she provides here a history of Spanish song . . .
The collaboration with Narciso Yepes seems ideal, for he is an inspirational artist, while her husband, Félix Lavilla, provides the later piano accompaniments. This is not a specialist recital: the music communicates readily in the most direct way, and excellent notes and translations are provided. The balance is very natural and the CD transfers are immaculately managed. This is repertoire one first associates with Victoria de los Angeles, but Berganza makes it her own and there are not many more attractive Spanish song-recitals than this.