Turina's two sets of Danses Gitanes, Op. 55 and Op.84, are among his best-loved piano works. The Op.55 set was written in 1930 and owes much of its popularity to the final piece, Sacro-monte. While being music of modest scope and ambition, these pieces are charming, exciting, and well-written for the piano, their characteristic rhythms providing an authentic feel of 'Spanishness'.
Complete recording by Breemer, C.
|Danzas Gitanas (première serie) Op. 55 (1930)
Dedication: à José CUBILES
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