Newport Music Festival at Blithewold - Spanish Charms

WHEN: Monday, July 21, 2014 at 11:00AM - 1:00PM
WHERE: Blithewold Special Events Tent

Spanish Charms

Sergey Antonov, cello Rupert Boyd, guitar Corinne Chapelle, violin
Gabriela Diaz, violin/viola Coline-Marie Orliac, harp Daniel del Pino, piano
David Quiggle, viola Eric Ruske, French horn Eugen Tzikindelean, violin

MUJERES ESPAÑOLAS, Op. 17 (Women of Spain) Joaquín Turina (1882-1949)
I. La Madrilena clasica (The classic Madridian)
II. La Andaluza sentimental (monólogo) (The sentimetal Andaluzian)
III. La Morena coqueta (The flirty brunette)

Daniel del Pino, piano

TORRE BERMEJA (Vermillion Tower) Isaac Albéniz (1860-1909)
EL NOI DE LA MARE (The Child of the Mother) Catalan Folk Tune
Arranged by Miguel Llobet (1878-1938)
ASTURIAS Isaac Albéniz
Rupert Boyd, guitar

GUITAR QUINTET NO. 4 IN D MAJOR, G.448 “Fandango” (1798) Luigi Boccherini (1743-1805)
Pastorale
Allegro maestoso
Grave assai. Fandango
Rupert Boyd, guitar
Corinne Chapelle, violin Gabriela Diaz, violin
David Quiggle, viola Sergey Antonov, cello

*INTERMISSION*

NANA (BERCEUSE) Manuel de Falla (1876-1946)/
from Siete Canciones populares Españolas Arranged by Eric Ruske (b.1963)
Eric Ruske, French horn Coline-Marie Orliac, harp

DANSE ESPAGNOLE (Spanish Dance) (1915) Enrique Granados (1867-1916)/
from 12 Danzas Españolas, No. 5 Andaluza (1890) Arranged by Fritz Kreisler (1875-1962)
Eugen Tzikindelean, violin Daniel del Pino, piano

INTERMEZZO Enrique Granados
from the opera Goyescas (1915)
SPANISH DANCE NO. 2 IN C MINOR “Oriental”
from 12 Danzas Españolas (Spanish Dances) (1890)
TANGO Isaac Albéniz
from España, Op. 165, No. 2 (1890)

Rupert Boyd, guitar Coline-Marie Orliac, harp

ESCENA ANDALUZA, Op. 7 Joaquín Turina
David Quiggle, viola Daniel del Pino, piano
Corinne Chapelle, violin Eugen Tzikindelean, violin
Gabriela Diaz, viola Sergey Antonov, cello

To purchase tickets call Newport Music Festival at 401-849-0700 or click here.


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