Hello folks, Dedicated to our Piano lady, who is, apparently, a fan of Spanish music, please find a recording of Isaac Albeniz' Iberia first book, that I made ten days ago. The first piece, "Evocation", is an introduction to the whole Iberia suite, and, as such, a nostalgic dream of the Spanish land. "El Puerto" (The Port) describes the joyfull agitation that you may find in a andalucian harbour on a sunny morning. The final piece, "Fête-Dieu à Séville" (Corpus Christi in Sevilla), is really a mountain within the piano literature. It is a series of eight sections, some very rythmic, and other totally misty and almost vanished, with dynamics indications from ppppp to ffff. I imagine a procession in the city streets, with a succession of crowdy places and desert ones. Please forgive the numerous slips I could not avoid, inspite of numerous takes. Rather, I hope you will smell some traces of Spanish spirit, with this unique mixture of feast, tragedy, and nostalgy ! Albeniz - Iberia, book 1 "Evocacion" Albeniz - Iberia, book 1 "El Puerto" Albeniz - Iberia, book 1 "Fête-dieu à Seville"