Two themes inspired by Verdi serve to create different variations and juxtapositions, which never appear in the same way.
The Viola and Piano Sonata has a constant rhythmical impulse, a liking for long and wide melodies as well as chromatic accompaniments, counterpoint richness, impressionist touches, perfectionism in structure and the use of all the tessitura and different resources as well as sounds coming from the instruments, in this case stressing the use of the viola.
This Scherzino for viola and piano is designed to demonstrate all the possibilities of the instrument and the player, in terms of both expressiveness and technical skill. It is a work that has remained in his catalogue as a little jewel, a product of his melodic inspiration and profound musical understanding.
Produced in the form of a suite, it includes four dances or movements from various regions of the Iberian Peninsula: 1. Aragon (jota), 2. Andalucia (saeta), 3. Galicia (danza), 4. Castille (pasodoble).