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FRIDAY, JUNE 28 | 12H. | Salón García

A look at music from yesterday to today through two current instruments

bringing together composers from different eras.

If musical instruments are the result of a progressive logical transformation, a

the flute and the piano are the medium that connects works of such diverse styles in this recital.

Many composers use aspects of the past in one way or another as inspiration or

perform works with a clear tinge of our ancestors.

It could be said that Bach, to a greater or lesser extent, is part of all the

composers after him. Pärt, a great Estonian composer, takes this concept as a basis

repetitive of the well-tempered Clavicle Prelude to create one of the simplest and most

20th century beauties A piece of crystalline spiritual transparency, it is directly linked to the

mastery and rigor of the great father of musicians J. S. Bach.

Mozart with his carefree Sonata composed at the early age of eight, can be

clearly linked to the Fantasia of the French composer Fauré, preserving both works as one

typically French freshness and lightness.

The Undine Sonata by the German composer Reinecke, uses as a background a fantasy world in which

tragic popular legend of the nymph, such as the Cantiga do Gallego González, which is inspired

directly in the tragic ancestral legends of Galicia.


I am very lucky to be able to offer you this trip...yesterday-today...with a current transverse flute.

built expressly for one of the most charismatic flutists of the 20th century, such as the

maestro Paul Meisen, joining hands with his past and present, to enjoy music without



"... música, onte-hoxe..."

J. S. Bach (1685-1750) :: Preludio nº 1 BWV 846 (+-1722)

A. Pärt (1935) :: Spiegel im Spiegel (1935)

W. A. Mozart (1756-1791) :: Sonata KV13 en Fa M
I. Allegro
II. Andante
III. Menuetto I & II

G. Fauré (1845 - 1924) :: Fantaisie Op. 79 (1898)

J. González (1965) :: Cantiga (2011)

C. Reinecke (1824 - 1910) :: Sonata Undine Op. 167 (1882)
I. Allegro
II. Intermezzo
III. Andante tranquillo
IV. Finale: Agitato ed appassionato, quasi Presto


Manuel Morales, frauta

Raúl Rodríguez, piano

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