The general inspiration of the piece stems from traditional music, although no traditional theme is referred to at any point during the piece. It could be described as a stroll (a suite) through various environments and atmospheres which abound with good taste that commences with a delicate, albeit rhythmic prelude introducing the two main elements on...
Two Pieces for String Orchestra have all the charm of Agustí Borgunyó’s language: simplicity, freshness, elegance and direct communication without any kind of speculative interest, with a very Mediterranean air permeating them from the first bar.
Empúries, the ancient Greek villa situated in the northeast of Catalonia, has been a source of inspiration for numerous artistic works, and especially of musical works.
The Symphonic Variations on a theme by Henry Eccles, comprise one Theme, six Variations, one Cadence and a reprise of the theme. These small sections follow one anotherwithout any interruption, with the aim of creating a work with a single stroke within a structure is discontinuous in places.
La Rosa dels Vents by Oscar Larios is a music tale for symphonic orchestral ensemble of elementary grade and narrator. The work has been composed and arranged to be played by musicians at least attending the third or fourth elementary grade. This edition has been revised and orchestrated to ensure maximum adaptability of the orchestration available to...
The unit of the 4 cançons stems from their common features: cadences and melodic turns that appear at different moments. Enric Ferrer has managed to maintain a perfect equilibrium and achieve the ideal symbiosis by adapting the music to the poem it represents.
This work is brilliant, energetic, at certain moments impressionist, at others polytonal or influenced by the language of jazz, it clearly evinces the spirituality of its composer.
This work consists of five complementary movements and, in the words of the author: “it is just a bit of fun, with no other pretension beyond that of passing a bit of time with live and cheerful music, without any more profound intentions”.
The Concerto Grosso stands out among the works written by Benejam in Ecuador, an energetic work, robust, with touches of humor and very representative of the personal language of the composer.