Espana Rhapsody ~ Chabrier

  • Chabrier 'Espana' Rhapsody for
    (es PAHN yah)
    Emmanuel Chabrier was born in 1841, died in 1894. He wrote his pieces in
    pencil, he sid it wold make corrections easier. His life began in the
    Auvergne and studied music at age six but did not commit to a creer in
    music until he was in his late thirties. In 1882 he and his wife
    vacationed in Spain enjoying the flamenco music heard in the cafes. He
    wrote down some themes and improvised some of the jotas and malaguenas
    for friends. This led to his most popular work "Espana".

  • Chabrier: Orchestral Works- España / Fête polonaise / Joyeuse marche / NiquetPanorama: Viva EspanaStanley Black Conducting the London Philharmonic Orchestra: Great Rhapsodies For Orchestra / Ravel: Rapsodie Espagnole; Liszt: Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2; Enesco: Roumanian Rhapsody No. 1; Chabrier: Espana [Vinyl LP] [London Phase 4 Stereo]
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