Soldados de plomo (Lead Soldiers) is a simple piece, inspired by the memory of the games that children used to play with miniature lead soldiers.
The content of the work Graffiti revolves around the desolation in which modern society lives because of habits imposed by a few people exercising power. In a way, graffiti art expresses this rebellion against the system, creating a world of fantastic graphics to escape the oppression of everyday life.
Gerhard's Suite comprises two movements in the form of dance, El Conde Sol with a solemn character and predominance of a binary rhythm, and Sevillana, more agitated and in a ternary rhythm.
The pieces for piano that comprise this album originate in different eras and vital moments. They cover a wide period, between 1936 and 1952, which corresponds with great precision to the era in which the “political purging” was applied to both masters. These pieces were kept until now into the family archives of the Lamote family.
The Preludio Hondo by Lluís Benejam is a short piece which exudes happiness in 217 intense bars that make this work a real treasure.
Composed during spring 1966, the Sonata for Piano is a fresh, direct work, structured in three movements and involving a certain amount of difficulty, even though it does not explore all the possibilities of the instrument or demand exceptional virtuosity from the player.