Well done, and the recording quality is good, too, but it does not make me any more of a Turina fan.
That's a pity. I guess I'll have to record some more then
I've always been a 'Turina fan', though there's quite some pieces I don't care for at all. Typically, he writes uncomplicated, tuneful and colorful music without too much depth. Sometimes he just churned them out in his sleep, but when on his best, he can be really impressive. Try AdL's
recording of Sanlucar de Barrameda : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lpdMrttxrxI
The first one is wonderful, though... it sounds to me like the one in which the composer is writing music and not thinking of what the audience reaction will be. And it sounds so Spanish.
Strange you single out no.1. To me, this holds for all of them.