Antonio Josť Suite, The MuleteerFalla Nights in the Gardens of SpainFalla Suites Nos. 1 and 2, The Three-Cornered HatMussorgsky
(orch. Ravel) Pictures at an Exhibition Eduardo Portal
conductor Javier Perianes
Manuel de Falla took such fastidious care with all his music that those works he did finish are all exquisitely crafted gems, each encapsulating something utterly in tune with Spanish culture. His fiery flamenco-inspired ballet score The Three-Cornered Hat
is conducted here by a young Spaniard who has made quite an impression on concert-goers in the last two years, Eduardo Portal. He finishes with Mussorgsky's celebrated set of pictures in music - a touching walk past etchings and sketches by Victor Hartmann infused with the orchestral colour and power of Maurice Ravel.Click here to download the Brighton 2011/12 season brochure
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Select a link below to listen to selected movements from this concert (Flash Player opens in a new window).Antonio Josť: The Muleteer Suite - I. PreludeFalla: Nights in the Gardens of Spain - II. Danza lejanaFalla: The Three-Cornered Hat - Suite No. 1 - IntroductionFalla: The Three-Cornered Hat - Suite No. 2 - Final Dance (Jota)Mussorgsky (orch. Ravel): Pictures at an Exhibition - Promenade