Spanish dance no.1 from “La Vida Breve”, for saxophone quartet

(Arr.Roberto Armocida)DV 20505 20 Pages Modern

€18,90

Shipment cost not included

Spanish dance no.1 from “La Vida Breve”, for saxophone quartet (set of parts)

(Arr.Roberto Armocida)DV 20505B \ Modern

€15,90

Shipment cost not included

(b Cádiz23 Nov 1876d Alta Gracia, Argentina14 Nov 1946). Spanish composer. The central figure of 20th-century Spanish music, he addressed over the course of his career many of the salient concerns of modernist aesthetics (nationalism, neo-classicism, the role of tonality, parody and allusion) from a unique perspective. Like many Spaniards, he was attracted to French culture. His predilection for the French music of his time, especially that of Debussy, caused him to be misunderstood in his own country, where conservative-minded critics attacked his music for its over-susceptibility to foreign influences. Reaction to Falla’s music by his compatriots often mirrored the convulsive political changes the country underwent before and during the Spanish Civil War (1936–9), a period of intense cultural activity whose musical manifestations nonetheless remain relatively unexplored.

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