Malats, Palomo, Rodrigo - Nocturnos de Andalucía - Christoph Denoth, London Symphony Orchestra, Jesús López Cobos - 2016 (FLAC, 24BIT – 44KHZ)

Malats, Palomo, Rodrigo – Nocturnos de Andalucía – Christoph Denoth, London Symphony Orchestra, Jesús López Cobos – 2016 (FLAC, 24BIT – 44KHZ)

Composer: Juaquín Malats, Lorenzo Palomo, Joaquin Rodrigo
Performer: Christoph Denoth – guitar
Orchestra: London Symphony Orchestra
Conductor: Jesús López Cobos
Audio CD
Number of Discs: 1 CD
Format: FLAC (tracks)
Bit Depth: 24bit / 44,1kHz
Number of channels: 2.0
Label: Signum
Size: 602 MB
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Christoph Denoth – Nocturnos De Andalucía (2016)

Lorenzo Palomo (b.1938)

Nocturnos de Andalucía 40:05

01. I. Brindis a la noche 8:01
02. II. Sonrisa truncada de una estrella 4:22
03. III. Danza de Marialuna 13:11
04. IV. Ráfaga 2:04
05. V. Nocturno de Córdoba 5:09
06. VI. El Tablao 7:18

Joaquin Rodrigo (1901-99)

Concierto de Aranjuez 23:08

07. I. Allegro con spirito 6:17
08. II. Adagio 11:28
09. III. Allegro gentile 5:23

Juaquín Malats (1872-1912)

10. Serenata espanola 4:19

Swiss guitarist Christoph Denoth is considered one of the foremost guitarists of the younger generation, much praised for his rich sound and musical expression. For this new recording from Abbey Road he joins the London Symphony Orchestra under Jesús López Cobos to perform three much loved works for guitar and orchestra – Rodridgo’s much loved Concierto de Aranjuez, the Nocturnos de Andalucía by Lorenza Palomo, and a new orchestral arrangement by Denoth of Joaquín Malats Serenata Española.

Gramophone Magazine

[the Nocturnes de Andalucía] with its lush, flamenco-hued evocations of shifting passions beneath the stars, thus balances rather than overwhelms Rodrigo’s chamber-like atmosphere – a genuine conversation, especially in the hands of the superb Swiss-born guitarist Christoph Denoth and the LSO under Jesús López-Cobos.

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