De Falla: Ritual Fire Dance From El Amor Brujo - For Violin And Piano
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Regarded as the greatest Spanish composer of the 20th century, Manuel De Falla (1876-1946) had a distinctively nationalistic style. His Andalusian influences are clearly seen in his 1915 ballet El Amor Brujo, which is often praised for its originality, while at the same time preserving the beauty of the Andalusian folk themes.
The most famous movement of the ballet is Danza Rituel Del Fuego (The Ritual Fire Dance), inspired by the traditional ceremony where people would worship the Fire-God by dancing around and leaping through a fire. Renowned for its exciting trills and ornaments, it has been arranged here for Violin and Piano.