Hello! Monica's "El Puerto" recording was inspiring, so I decided to try some music by Albeniz as well. I recorded the Tango, too, but made a glaring reading error, so will re-record that before submitting it. In the meantime, this Prelude is just a very short submission. This is my first Albeniz piece ever, so I hope my interpretation is close. I am happy to re-record as needed, provided my 3-y.o. cooperates by letting me sit at the piano for more than two minutes at a time (which was actually perfect for this piece). I am experimenting with mic positioning (still), and this seems to be the best compromise to allow a close enough sound without *too* much action/pedal noise. Please let me know your thoughts. This was recorded with my Zoom H2, rec level 100, gain at Mid. and with the mic at the front corner of the piano, near the treble. The piano is my Baldwin L. It sounds like it's been three months, but I had the piano tuned in December. Brutal winter here in Lexington. This suite is such a lovely collection, I'm hoping to record the whole thing over the next few months. Still trying to get my older pieces back under my fingers, but they require more time at the piano than my family and studio will afford. Now I will go listen to some other PS submissions and offer comments. Albeniz - España Op. 165 "Preludio"