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Dates

10/10/2006 (19:00 h)

Location

Instituto Cervantes
211-215 East 49th Street
10017 Nueva York
(ESTADOS UNIDOS)

Spanish Music of the 20th Century II: Joaquín Franco (saxophone) and Jesús Gómez (piano)

concert

Suite for Alto Saxophone and Piano: Prelude, Habanera, Dance, Nocturne, Postlude, by Juan Durán (1960); world premiere of Sonata for Alto Saxophone and Piano: Adagio, Allegretto gracioso, Andante, Allegro, by Pedro Vilarroig (1954); Seven Spanish Folk Songs: Paño moruno, Seguidilla murciana, Asturiana, Jota, Nana, Canción and Polo, by Manuel de Falla (1876¿1946); Schattentheater II (Shadow Theater), by José María Sánchez Verdú (1968); world premiere of Música cotidiana: Suite for Alto Saxophone and Piano: I. Waking up; II. Seaking the Sleepers; III. Gymnasium; IV. Making It through the Day... A Tango for Elephants; V. Minute Lunch; VI. A Traffic-Jam Rush; VII. Craddle Song; VIII. My Mother-in-Law Is at the Phone, by Mario Gosálvez (1965); world premiere of Francamente, by Pablo A. Peláez (1962); world premiere of Jazz Suite, Sketches: Blues-Ballad-Jazz Waltz-Coda and Zorongo Gitano, both by Pedro Iturralde (1929).

Participants


Joaquín Franco
Jesús Gómez

In

Musica española del siglo XX. series of concerts

Programme

Work: Siete canciones populares
Compositor: Manuel de Falla
Work: Schattentheater
Compositor: José María Sánchez Verdú
Work: Música cotidiana and Piano
Compositor: Mario Gonsálvez
Work: Francamente
Compositor: Pablo A. Peláez
Work: Suite for Alto Daxophone and Piano
Compositor: Juan Durán
Work: Sonata for Alto Saxophone and Piano
Compositor: Pedro Vilarroig

Collaborating Organisation


Festival ''El sueño europeo'' / European Dream Festival (Nueva York)
NYSCA, Consejo de las Artes del Estado de Nueva York (Nueva York) / NYSCA, New York State Council for the Arts (Nueva York)


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