Rapsodia Sinfonica (Op.66) was written in 1931 for Piano and String Orchestra. It is perhaps a little understated as a symphonic rhapsody, with the focus very much on vibrant Iberian flourishes and individual melodies than on forming a thick harmonic texture, making it a light and rather enjoyable work.
Joaquin Turina (1882-1949) was a Spanish classical composer. Unlike his contemporaries, such as Granados and Falla, he wrote several chamber pieces, many of which are still performed today. He studied in Paris with Ravel and Debussy, whose influences can be heard throughout his works, as well as influences from traditional Andalusian music.