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Paco de Lucía|Rodrigo : Concierto de Aranjuez

Rodrigo : Concierto de Aranjuez

Paco de Lucia, Orquesta de Cadaqués, Edmon Colomer

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On April 25 and 26, 1991, Paco de Lucía performed for the first time in Spain Joaquín Rodrigo's Concerto d'Aranjuez at the Bulevar de Torrelodones Theater in Madrid, with the Cadaquès Orchestra under the conducting of its founder Edmon Colomer — an ensemble created in 1988 and composed of 40 musicians from Europe, the United States and Australia. It was during these two invitational concerts, organized by the Sociedad Estatal V Centenario and Polygram Iberica (the artist's record company), that this concerto was recorded and filmed live to be marketed on disc and videotape under the Philips label. « I don't want to play classical music. I am me. I try to play the Aranjuez Concerto according to my vision. Many versions exist and almost all of them sound the same. From flamenco you can play more rhythmic, especially the first and third movements. It is more alive. I would like Maestro Rodrigo to listen to my version », then declared Paco de Lucía. The concert continued with a recital by the trio Paco de Lucía, Juan Manuel Cañizares and José María Banderas. 

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Concierto de Aranjuez

1
1. Allegro Con Spirito
Joaquín Rodrigo
00:05:46

Paco de Lucia, Flamenco Guitar - Orquesta de Cadaqués - Edmon Colomer, Conductor - Joaquin Rodrigo, Composer - Recorded and mixed by John Kurlander

℗ 1991 Universal Music Spain, S.L.

2
2. Adagio
Joaquín Rodrigo
00:11:32

Paco de Lucia, Flamenco Guitar - Orquesta de Cadaqués - Edmon Colomer, Conductor - Joaquin Rodrigo, Composer - Recorded and mixed by John Kurlander

℗ 1991 Universal Music Spain, S.L.

3
3. Allegro Gentile
Joaquín Rodrigo
00:05:25

Paco de Lucia, Flamenco Guitar - Orquesta de Cadaqués - Edmon Colomer, Conductor - Joaquin Rodrigo, Composer - Recorded and mixed by John Kurlander

℗ 1991 Universal Music Spain, S.L.

Iberia

4
1. Triana
Various Interprets
00:04:58

Paco de Lucia, Flamenco Guitar - with Juan Manuel Cañizares & José Maria Bandera, Flamenco Guitars - Isaac Albeniz, Composer - Recorded and mixed by Miguel Angel de La Vega

℗ 1991 Universal Music Spain, S.L.

5
2. Albaicin
Various Interprets
00:07:26

Paco de Lucia, Flamenco Guitar - with Juan Manuel Cañizares & José Maria Bandera, Flamenco Guitars - Isaac Albeniz, Composer - Recorded and mixed by Miguel Angel de La Vega

℗ 1991 Universal Music Spain, S.L.

6
3. Puerto
Various Interprets
00:03:43

Paco de Lucia, Flamenco Guitar - with Juan Manuel Cañizares & José Maria Bandera, Flamenco Guitars - Isaac Albeniz, Composer - Recorded and mixed by Miguel Angel de La Vega

℗ 1991 Universal Music Spain, S.L.

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On April 25 and 26, 1991, Paco de Lucía performed for the first time in Spain Joaquín Rodrigo's Concerto d'Aranjuez at the Bulevar de Torrelodones Theater in Madrid, with the Cadaquès Orchestra under the conducting of its founder Edmon Colomer — an ensemble created in 1988 and composed of 40 musicians from Europe, the United States and Australia. It was during these two invitational concerts, organized by the Sociedad Estatal V Centenario and Polygram Iberica (the artist's record company), that this concerto was recorded and filmed live to be marketed on disc and videotape under the Philips label. « I don't want to play classical music. I am me. I try to play the Aranjuez Concerto according to my vision. Many versions exist and almost all of them sound the same. From flamenco you can play more rhythmic, especially the first and third movements. It is more alive. I would like Maestro Rodrigo to listen to my version », then declared Paco de Lucía. The concert continued with a recital by the trio Paco de Lucía, Juan Manuel Cañizares and José María Banderas. 

Details of original recording : Recorded live April 25 & 26, 1991, Teatro Bulevar de Torrelodones, Madrid (Spain)

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