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Palacios de Al-Hambra (1996-1997, second version 1999) 35´

(Al-hambra Palaces)

Two pianos and Orchestra (3 (piccolo)-3 (cor anglais)-3 (bass clarinet)-3 (double bassoon), 4-3-3-1, timpani, 3 percussionists, harp, celeste (inside piano), strings.

Premiere:

First version: Sarre Music Festival, Saarlouis (Germany), 18.VI.1999. Dúo Uriarte-Mrongovius, Orchestre Philarmonique de Lorraine. Conductor: Leo Kremer.

Final version: Granada International Festival, Carlos V Palace, Granada (Spain), 5.VII.2001. Dúo Uriarte-Mrongovius, BBC Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: Sir Andrew Davis.

Dedicated to: Begoña Uriarte and Karl-Hermann Mrongovius.

Recordings: RNE

Score: EMEC


Algunos cantares (1997) 12´

(Some Songs)

Voice and string orchestra (other versions for voice and piano and for voice and 8 cellos).

Dedicated to Teresa Berganza.


Apoteosis del Fandango (1997-98) 24´

(Apotheosis of the Fandango)

Amplified harpsichord and orchestra (2 piccolo, 2 cor anglais, 2 bass clarinet, 2 double bassoon). 2-2-2-0, timpani, 3 percussionists, piano, strings.

Premiere: Auditorio Nacional, Madrid (Spain), 26.III.1998. Elisabeth Chojnacka, Harpsichord, Bilbao Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: José Ramón Encinar.

Dedicated to Madrid Complutense University Rector Rafael Puyol and Lecturer Emilio Casares.

Recordings: RNE. CD: A & B Master Records

Score: EMEC