Azumi Nishizawa – Debussy: Hommage (2018) [FLAC 24bit, 96 kHz]

Azumi Nishizawa - Debussy: Hommage (2018) [FLAC 24bit, 96 kHz] Download

Artist: Azumi Nishizawa
Album: Debussy: Hommage
Genre: Classical
Release Date: 2018
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24bit, 96 kHz
Duration: 01:16:44
Total Tracks: 14
Total Size: 1,30 GB


1. Azumi Nishizawa – L’isle joyeuse, L. 106 (06:16)
2. Azumi Nishizawa – Children’s Corner, L. 113: VI. Golliwogg’s Cake-Walk (03:10)
3. Azumi Nishizawa – Préludes, Book 1, L. 117: No. 10, La cathédrale engloutie (07:00)
4. Azumi Nishizawa – Prélude à l’après-midi d’un faune, L. 86 (Arr. for Piano) (10:00)
5. Azumi Nishizawa – Préludes, Book 2, L. 123: No. 3, La puerta del vino (03:40)
6. Azumi Nishizawa – Suite bergamasque, L. 75: III. Clair de lune (05:30)
7. Azumi Nishizawa – Estampes, L. 100: No. 2, La soirée dans Grenade (05:59)
8. Azumi Nishizawa – Iberia, Book 3, T. 105: I. El Albaicín (07:53)
9. Azumi Nishizawa – Suite española No. 1, Op. 47, T. 61: I. Granada (Serenata) (05:37)
10. Azumi Nishizawa – Canción y danza No. 6 (04:06)
11. Azumi Nishizawa – 12 Danzas españolas, Op. 37: No. 5, Andaluza (04:16)
12. Azumi Nishizawa – Goyescas, Book 1: No. 4, Quejas, ó la maja y el ruiseñor (06:33)
13. Azumi Nishizawa – La vida breve: Danse espagnole No. 1 (Version for Piano) (03:31)
14. Azumi Nishizawa – Homenaje “Le tombeau de Claude Debussy” (Version for Piano) (03:12)


Fascinating journey through the music that unites Debussy with Spanish composers. Places are sounds: Granada. The city was a recurring source of inspiration for Debussy, and yet the composer never visited it; his knowledge of it was gained only indirectly through literary accounts, images, and musical sources heard in Paris. All of these materials served to unleash his imagination in regard to its sound, which according to Falla represented ‘the truth without authenticity, as not a single note is borrowed from Spanish folklore and yet, even in its smallest details, it wonderfully expresses Spain’. A common element links all the composers in the present program: the city of Paris. From the end of the nineteenth to the early twentieth century, the French capital was a fundamental goal for many Spanish composers, who at some point in their lives went there for study or work purposes.

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