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Ricardo Vines - Ricardo Vines: The Complete Recordings (2007)

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Ricardo Vines - Ricardo Vines: The Complete Recordings (2007)
Artist: Ricardo Vines
Title Of Album: Ricardo Vines: The Complete Recordings
Year Of Release: 2007
Label: Marston Records
Country: Spain
Genre: Classical
Quality: FLAC (*image + .cue)
Bitrate: Lossless
Time: 01:08:41
Full Size: 185 MB







Tracklist:

"Scarlatti : Sonata in D, K. 29 (L. 461)"
"Gluck-Brahms : Gavotte in A"
"Borodin : Scherzo in A-flat"
"Debussy : Soiree dans Grenade (from Estampes)"
"Debussy : Poissons d'or (from Images, Book 1)"
"Blancafort : Le Parc d'Attractions - L'Orgue du Carroussel"
"Blancafort : Le Parc d'Attractions - Polka de l'Equilibriste"
"Albeniz : Granada (Serenata), Op. 47/1"
"Albeniz : Seguidillas, Op. 232/5"
"Albeniz : Orientale, Op. 232/2"
"Albeniz : Torre bermeja, Op. 92/12"
"Albeniz : Serenata espa.ola, Op. 181"
"Albeniz : Tango in A Minor, Op. 164/2"
"Turina : Miramar (from Chants d'Espagne)"
"Turina : Dans les Jardins de Murcia"
"Falla : Dance of Terror"
"Falla : Recit du Pecheur"
"Falla : Introduction & Ritual Fire Dance"
"Allende : 12 Tonadas Chilenas - No. 6"
"Allende : 12 Tonadas Chilenas - No. 7"
"Troiani : Milonga"
"Lopez-Buchardo : Bailecito"
"Debussy : Hommage a Rameau (from Images, Book I)"
"Debussy : Etude No. 10 'Pour les sonorites opposees'"
"Ricardo Vines speaks on Debussy"

Although Ricardo Vines (1875—1943) was active during the “golden age” of pianism, he deliberately pursued an entirely different musical path from his fellow practitioners. He is perhaps best categorized with the Catalan school of pianists, a group of formidable players that included Albeniz, Granados, Malats, Mompou, and de Larrocha. It goes without saying that Vines became one of the leading interpreters of the Spanish piano literature. However, his affinities also extended to many French, Russian, and South American composers of the day. Generally eschewing the familiar Austro-German and Slavic repertoire of most pianists, Vines campaigned tirelessly for new and recent works, introducing them throughout Europe and South America.
Vines’s earliest teacher was Juan Pujol in Barcelona. At the suggestion of Albeniz, he traveled to Paris at the age of 12, enrolling in the Conservatoire class of Charles Beriot. There he met Maurice Ravel, his exact contemporary. It was not long before Vines developed strong professional relationships with Debussy and Severac, later with Faure, Satie, and Les Six. (Of the latter group, Francis Poulenc took piano lessons from Vines; another pupil was Marcelle Meyer.)
This CD is the first to contain Vines’s entire recorded output. He reportedly carried an intense dislike for the recording process, and consequently there are many works which should have been recorded by him. Nonetheless, the color and authority of Vines’s playing is clearly evident, and these sonic documents, all dating from 1930—1936, give us a glimpse of how he earned the esteem of colleagues and audiences. -- Donald Manildi, 2007



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