Isaac Albéniz: Iberia - Fourth Book

Books | Piano

Catalogue No: hn650
Composer: Isaac Albeniz
Format: Sheet Music | Instrumental Album

Publication of the fourth and last book in the “Iberia” cycle in Henle Urtext coincides perfectly with the 150th anniversary Isaac Albeniz's birth.


Albéniz had greatly struggled to complete the work because he was very ill. Yet he was able to hand over all of the twelve pieces he had promised to the pianist Joaquin with whom he was friends.


Following the sensuous dance rhythms in “Málaga” and the cheerful and lively “Eritaña”, he succeeded in creating a striking musical portrait of the famous Spanish wine-growing region with “Jerez”. “Music has never achieved such a diverse and colourful form,” was the judgement passed on Albéniz’ late Romantic masterpiece by none other than Claude Debussy.

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Published on: 08 September 2011
No of pages: 60
Language: English, French, German
Publisher: Henle Verlag
 
     

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