Excellent. Really excellent. Very crisp - and I was listening on speakers - and very Spanish. A real accomplishment, Chris.
Thanks Stu ! I'm not that happy with the last one, these jumping LH chords are difficult and tiring and they got worse instead of better as I progressed. Might have to have another go at this one. There are also some minor fluffs in the tricky LH part of no.14.
I did not know Anais Nin had a brother (much less 2 of them) and that one of them was such a distinctive composer. BTW, I read the bio on Wikipedia and then read *hers*, and they are not in agreement about some aspects of the early years of the Nin children and family. The entry for Joaquin has only one main source, while Anais' life is pretty well documented. If someone puts up a bio for Joaquin they should probably double-check it against hers. In a conflict, I would go with the Anais bio's details.
And it never occurred to me that Anais Nin (of whom I merely know the name) would be related to the composer. A talented family, for sure.