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GRANADOS, GURIDI, TURINA, Sylvia Schwartz, Malcolm Martineau

Canciones espanolas

1 La maja y el ruiseñor ¿Por qué entre sombras el ruiseñor? (Song from Goyescas)[6'32]Enrique Granados (1867-1916) Tonadillas en estilo antiguoEnrique Granados (1867-1916) 2 No 2: El majo discreto Dicen que mi majo es feo[1'35] 3 No 4: El majo tímido Llega a mi reja y me mira[1'01] 4 No 9: Amor y odio Pensé que yo sabría[2'17] 5 No 1: La maja de Goya ¡Yo no olvidaré en mi vida![3'22] 6 No 10: Callejeo Dos horas ha que callejeo[0'52] 7 No 3: El tra-la-la y el punteado Es en balde, majo mío[1'09] 8 No 5: La maja dolorosa 1 ¡Oh, muerte cruel![2'23] 9 No 6: La maja dolorosa 2 ¡Ay majo de mi vida![2'20] 10 No 7: La maja dolorosa 3 De aquel majo amante[2'52] Seis canciones castellanas[17'38]Jesús Guridi (1886-1961) 11 Allá arriba, en aquella montaña[2'43] 12 ¡Sereno![2'43] 13 Llámale con el pañuelo[2'15] 14 No quiero tus avellanas[3'36] 15 ¡Cómo quieres que adivine![2'44] 16 Mañanita de San Juan[3'37] Tres poemas Op 81[8'16]Joaquín Turina (1882-1949) 17 Olas gigantes[3'29] 18 Tu pupila es azul[2'15] 19 Besa el aura[2'32] 20 Abril Trèmola rialla[1'54]Eduardo Toldrá (1895-1962) 21 Maig Terra qui floreix[2'55]Eduardo Toldrá (1895-1962) Cinco canciones negras[12'51]Xavier Montsalvatge (1912-2002) 22 Cuba dentro de un piano Cuando mi madre llevaba un sorbete de fresa por sombrero[4'53] 23 Punto de habanera La niña criolla pasa con su miriñaque blanco[2'05] 24 Chévere Chévere del navajazo[2'01] 25 Canción de cuna para dormir a un negrito Ninghe, ninghe, ninghe[2'40] 26 Canto negro ¡Yambambó, yambambé![1'12]
  • Sylvia Schwartz - soprano
  • Malcolm Martineau - piano
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Nr kat.: CDA67954
Label  : Hyperion

'Gurudi's 'High up on that mountain' … is a significant discovery, capturing the dark mysticism of Spanish culture with surprising turns and unexpected splashes of thick harmonic colour. Turina's Tres Poemas are marvellous instances of songs that use nature descriptions to reveal intense inner states of being … The rest of the disc suggests the presence of a major artist' (Gramophone) 'This is a delightful programme of early twentieth-century Spanish song full of the atmosphere and seductive charms of Spain … Martineau proves to be an instinctive Spaniophile in his enchantingly nuanced accompaniments. He brings us as close as it is possible in a purely aural medium to the sights and scents of Spain … Ever the ideal accompanist, he does not so much prod and pull as envelop the singer, leaving her all the space in the world to root into the very soul of these richly characterful songs … Making her recital debut on Hyperion, Sylvia Schwartz delivers these songs with impressive precision and security … A voice so clearly focused that it seems to shine through the music like a bright guiding light. She has reserves of passion and emotion, which wisely she holds back for the very few occasions where it is musically warranted, but she mostly presents clear, confident and unaffected performances, revealing a total command over every aspect of the music. The vocal timbre has a pleasing combination of purity and rich maturity which makes for some arresting singing … Strong and compelling performances' (International Record Review) 'Soprano Sylvia Schwartz's reputation as a rising star is confirmed by her Hyperion debut album, a programme of songs from her native Spain, finely accompanied by Malcolm Martineau. There's a tangy, lived-in quality in Schwartz's tone that is immediately appealing … A wide emotional range that easily encompasses the wit of Granados's Tonadillas en Estilo Antiguo, the operatic scale of Turina's Tres Poemas and the reined-in political fury of Montsalvatge's Cinco Canciones Negras. There are some exquisite songs in Catalan too' (The Guardian) 'Sylvia Schwartz is Spanish born, and these warmly seductive and rhythmically supple performances of a beguiling selection of songs by Granados, Turina, Montsalvatge and others are idiomatic and playful … Malcolm Martineau’s robust playing of the piano parts is a joy' (The Daily Telegraph) 'Schwartz shows a wonderful voice, warm responsiveness to the texts and perfectly idiomatic Spanish. The programme is well-chosen, showing variety of mood, style and soundworld: Guiridi's Six Catalan Songs have never been done more vibrantly, more movingly on record. Martineau is, as ever, the perfect collaborator' (Classical Music Magazine) 'In Turina's Tres Poemas, the soprano glides from sinuous habanera to a soraing paean to nature, moving from gentle breezes to fires and weeping willows' (New Zealand Herald)