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Newstalgia Mid-Week Concert - Luis Fernando Perez In Recital At The Chambord Festival - 2011

Newstalgia Mid-Week Concert with a piano recital by Luis Fernando Perez at the Chambord Festival, playing music of Soler, Granados and de Falla.

<strong>Luis Fernando Perez - heralded as one of the greats of the 21st Century.</strong>


Staying with Festivals this week (they're still going strong all over Europe). This week it's from the Chambord Festival in France and a recital by acclaimed Spanish pianist Luis Fernando Perez in a program of music by Soler, Granados and de Falla.

A little over an hour so it all fits on one player. The concert was recorded live on July 27th by Radio France Musique in their typical exemplary fashion.

Here's the program:

Festival de Chambord : Récital Luis Fernando Pérez, Piano
Présentation: Marc Dumont

Antonio Soler
- Sonate en Sol mineur
- Sonate en ré majeur

Enrique Granados
- 3 Danses espagonles op 37 (n°1, 2, 5)
- Goyescas (La Maja y el Ruiseñor - La jeune fille et le rossignol - 1913-1915)
- 7 Valses Poéticos (1894)

Manuel de Falla
- El Amor Brujo, Suite (1915)

Luis Fernando Pérez, piano
Concert donné le mardi 27 Juillet 2011 en la Cour du Château de Chambord.

This concert will bring the blood pressure down a few points and probably take care of some high cholesterol too. So, aside from soothing your urge to destroy something, this may also actually be healthy for you!

Don't thank me. Just listen and enjoy.

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