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Mahler Chamber Orchestra - Pablo Heras-Casado

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The discography of Manuel de Falla’s two most famous orchestral scores - El sombrero de tres picos (1916-1919) and El amor brujo (1919-1925) - reveals a certain proximity to French and (of course) Spanish orchestras. These two delicate ballets require fine balances and sharp attacks while showing a sensitivity to timbres and natural balances. Given the general scarcity of recordings of these ballets, fans of the composer must not miss this new Falla release, which presents two surprises: firstly, in El amor brujo, Pablo Heras-Casado uses a “cantaora”, in line with Josep Pons’ attempts more than twenty years ago, giving an exquisite touch of Iberian exoticism. The second surprise is that it is the Mahler Chamber Orchestra who are performing here (which could almost feel incongruous, were it not performed by musicians of such a high calibre). The orchestra is unfamiliar with this repertoire, yet the musicians undeniably virtuosic all the same. Though since Pablo Heras-Casado has been travelling all over the place, has he perhaps lost his sense of direction? El Sombrero de tres picos feels almost like Nielsen’s Aladdin here and the colours deployed in El amor brujo often evoke Carl Orff’s Carmina Burana or Nordic serenades. Doesn’t Falla’s Spain have more nerve and radiance? It calls for us to listen to Ataúlfo Argenta’s version with the Conservatory Concert Society (notably the recording of El amor brujo with Ana Maria Iriarte, 1953) again, just to make sure. © Qobuz


The two splendid works on this album resulted from Manuel de Falla's encounter with the husband-and-wife team of dramatists Martínez Sierra-Lejárraga: El amor brujo, whose eminently ‘gypsy’ inspiration takes us to the very heart of the flamenco repertory, here magnificently embodied under the direction of maestro Pablo Heras-Casado; and the brilliant pantomime El sombrero de tres picos, for which Picasso designed the sets and costumes – exactly 100 years ago! © harmonia mundi

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El Sombrero de tres picos (Manuel de Falla)

1
Introducción
00:01:23

Carmen Romeu, Soprano - Mahler Chamber Orchestra - Pablo Heras-Casado, Conductor - Manuel de Falla, Composer - Chester Music, Music Publisher

© 2019 harmonia mundi - ℗ 2019 harmonia mundi

2
Parte I : La tarde
00:05:35

Mahler Chamber Orchestra - Pablo Heras-Casado, Conductor - Manuel de Falla, Composer - Chester Music, Music Publisher

© 2019 harmonia mundi - ℗ 2019 harmonia mundi

3
Parte I : Danza de la molinera. Fandango
00:03:36

Mahler Chamber Orchestra - Pablo Heras-Casado, Conductor - Manuel de Falla, Composer - Chester Music, Music Publisher

© 2019 harmonia mundi - ℗ 2019 harmonia mundi

4
Parte I : Las uvas
00:04:01

Mahler Chamber Orchestra - Pablo Heras-Casado, Conductor - Manuel de Falla, Composer - Chester Music, Music Publisher

© 2019 harmonia mundi - ℗ 2019 harmonia mundi

5
Parte II : Danza de los vecinos. Seguidillas
00:03:27

Mahler Chamber Orchestra - Pablo Heras-Casado, Conductor - Manuel de Falla, Composer - Chester Music, Music Publisher

© 2019 harmonia mundi - ℗ 2019 harmonia mundi

6
Parte II : Danza del molinero. Farruca
00:07:30

Carmen Romeu, Soprano - Mahler Chamber Orchestra - Pablo Heras-Casado, Conductor - Manuel de Falla, Composer - Chester Music, Music Publisher

© 2019 harmonia mundi - ℗ 2019 harmonia mundi

7
Parte II : Danza del corregidor
00:06:07

Mahler Chamber Orchestra - Pablo Heras-Casado, Conductor - Manuel de Falla, Composer - Chester Music, Music Publisher

© 2019 harmonia mundi - ℗ 2019 harmonia mundi

8
Parte II : Danza final. Jota
00:05:49

Mahler Chamber Orchestra - Pablo Heras-Casado, Conductor - Manuel de Falla, Composer - Chester Music, Music Publisher

© 2019 harmonia mundi - ℗ 2019 harmonia mundi

El Amor brujo (Manuel de Falla)

9
Introducción y Escena - En la cueva. La noche (Ballet version)
00:02:41

Mahler Chamber Orchestra - Pablo Heras-Casado, Conductor - Manuel de Falla, Composer - Chester Music, Music Publisher

© 2019 harmonia mundi - ℗ 2019 harmonia mundi

10
Canción del amor dolido (Ballet version)
00:01:30

Marina Heredia Rios, Cantaora - Mahler Chamber Orchestra - Pablo Heras-Casado, Conductor - Manuel de Falla, Composer - Chester Music, Music Publisher

© 2019 harmonia mundi - ℗ 2019 harmonia mundi

11
El aparecido - Danza del terror (Ballet version)
00:02:10

Mahler Chamber Orchestra - Pablo Heras-Casado, Conductor - Manuel de Falla, Composer - Chester Music, Music Publisher

© 2019 harmonia mundi - ℗ 2019 harmonia mundi

12
El círculo mágico. Romance del pescador - A media noche. Los sortilegios (Ballet version)
00:03:00

Mahler Chamber Orchestra - Pablo Heras-Casado, Conductor - Manuel de Falla, Composer - Chester Music, Music Publisher

© 2019 harmonia mundi - ℗ 2019 harmonia mundi

13
Danza ritual del fuego (Para ahuyentar los malos espíritus) - Escena (Ballet version)
00:05:08

Mahler Chamber Orchestra - Pablo Heras-Casado, Conductor - Manuel de Falla, Composer - Chester Music, Music Publisher

© 2019 harmonia mundi - ℗ 2019 harmonia mundi

14
Canción del fuego fatuo (Ballet version)
00:01:47

Marina Heredia Rios, Cantaora - Mahler Chamber Orchestra - Pablo Heras-Casado, Conductor - Manuel de Falla, Composer - Chester Music, Music Publisher

© 2019 harmonia mundi - ℗ 2019 harmonia mundi

15
Pantomima (Ballet version)
00:04:14

Mahler Chamber Orchestra - Pablo Heras-Casado, Conductor - Manuel de Falla, Composer - Chester Music, Music Publisher

© 2019 harmonia mundi - ℗ 2019 harmonia mundi

16
Danza del juego de amor (Ballet version)
00:02:54

Marina Heredia Rios, Cantaora - Mahler Chamber Orchestra - Pablo Heras-Casado, Conductor - Manuel de Falla, Composer - Chester Music, Music Publisher

© 2019 harmonia mundi - ℗ 2019 harmonia mundi

17
Final. Las campanas del amanecer (Ballet version)
00:01:24

Marina Heredia Rios, Cantaora - Mahler Chamber Orchestra - Pablo Heras-Casado, Conductor - Manuel de Falla, Composer - Chester Music, Music Publisher

© 2019 harmonia mundi - ℗ 2019 harmonia mundi

Album Description

The discography of Manuel de Falla’s two most famous orchestral scores - El sombrero de tres picos (1916-1919) and El amor brujo (1919-1925) - reveals a certain proximity to French and (of course) Spanish orchestras. These two delicate ballets require fine balances and sharp attacks while showing a sensitivity to timbres and natural balances. Given the general scarcity of recordings of these ballets, fans of the composer must not miss this new Falla release, which presents two surprises: firstly, in El amor brujo, Pablo Heras-Casado uses a “cantaora”, in line with Josep Pons’ attempts more than twenty years ago, giving an exquisite touch of Iberian exoticism. The second surprise is that it is the Mahler Chamber Orchestra who are performing here (which could almost feel incongruous, were it not performed by musicians of such a high calibre). The orchestra is unfamiliar with this repertoire, yet the musicians undeniably virtuosic all the same. Though since Pablo Heras-Casado has been travelling all over the place, has he perhaps lost his sense of direction? El Sombrero de tres picos feels almost like Nielsen’s Aladdin here and the colours deployed in El amor brujo often evoke Carl Orff’s Carmina Burana or Nordic serenades. Doesn’t Falla’s Spain have more nerve and radiance? It calls for us to listen to Ataúlfo Argenta’s version with the Conservatory Concert Society (notably the recording of El amor brujo with Ana Maria Iriarte, 1953) again, just to make sure. © Qobuz


The two splendid works on this album resulted from Manuel de Falla's encounter with the husband-and-wife team of dramatists Martínez Sierra-Lejárraga: El amor brujo, whose eminently ‘gypsy’ inspiration takes us to the very heart of the flamenco repertory, here magnificently embodied under the direction of maestro Pablo Heras-Casado; and the brilliant pantomime El sombrero de tres picos, for which Picasso designed the sets and costumes – exactly 100 years ago! © harmonia mundi

Details of original recording : Recorded April 2019, Auditori in Barcelona (Spain)

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