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Rincón Mágico - Magical corner - is the place where Joaquin Turina worked from 1914 to 1949, giving life to over a hundred compositions.
Rincón Mágico es el lugar donde Joaquín Turina trabajó desde 1914 hasta 1949, dando vida a más de cien composiciones.
Special thanks to José Luis Turina
|Danzas fantásticas Op 22|
|1 - Exaltación||4:55||Listen|
|2 - Ensueño||6:09||Listen|
|3 - Orgía||5:01||Listen|
|Danzas gitanas Op 55|
|4 - Zambra||4:14||Listen|
|5 - Danza de la seducción||3:37||Listen|
|6 - Danza ritual||3:23||Listen|
|7 - Generalife||2:05||Listen|
|8 - Sacro-Monte||1:52||Listen|
|Cuentos de España Op. 20|
|9 - nº4, En los jardines de Murcia||3:07||Listen|
|Turina complete guitar works on original manuscripts|
|10 - Sevillana Op. 29||5:36||Listen|
|11 - Fandanguillo Op. 36||4:30||Listen|
|12 - Ráfaga Op. 53||2:32||Listen|
|Sonata Op. 61|
|13 - Allegro||3:26||Listen|
|14 - Andante||4:07||Listen|
|15 - Allegro vivo||2:53||Listen|
|Homenaje a Tárrega Op. 69|
|16 - Garrotín||2:08||Listen|
|17 - Soleares||2:03||Listen|
|Digital Booklet - Rincon Magico - Turina guitar works.pdf||Sample|
Artist: José Manuel Dapena
Album: Rincón mágico
Description: Turina complete guitar works
Release Date: October 1, 2006
Label: Air Classical
Bar code: 5055610778400
Depósito legal: C 1737-2012, Biblioteca Nacional de España, bne.es
Recorded at Air Classical Studio “Ventoxo”, in February 2006.
Mastered for iTunes - 24-bit 96kHz - August 2012
Microphones: Neumann TLM 103 - Audio-Technica AT4040
Apple Powerbook - M-Audio Audio Interface
EMES Studio Monitor
Recorded & Mixed by José Manuel Dapena
Photos by Adolfo Enríquez
Strings by D´Addario
Guitar by Gernot Wagner
Essay booklet by Marián Álvarez Benito
Translated by Julia Crowe
All arrangements by José Manuel Dapena
You have to appreciate the new generation of guitarist who take the initiative to manufacture their own albums instead of waiting for a A&R rep to bless their efforts with a recording contract because generally, this rarely happens anyway - unless an artist happens to win a contract through a competition or else land a bulldog manager who can procure a spark from twizzling sticks against flint and from snapping at the heels of various labels while papering their client´s face all over town á la the graffiti artist Banksy.
Spanish guitarist José Manuel Dapena has formed his own label, Air Classical, which issues music via downloadable mp3s.
Dapena´s newest release, Rincón Mágico, features his performance of the Joaquín Turina´s entire body of original manuscripts. Given that the now-defunt Tower Records in New York was never open or accessible 24 hours the way the online web is, the idea of a click-to-pay and download album has it appeal, even it it´s lacking the shiny tactile magpie charm that a physical CD offers. Just think - seriously, where are you going to stuff another CD on your shelf anyway?. A quick google search of this album title and artist shows that the album is available online for download from various number of popular music sites, including iTunes and Amazon.
Dapena, a student of David Russell´s, also studied harmony with Turina´s grandson, José Luis Turina and he actively correspond with Alfredo Morán of the Turina archives, when working on these pieces, which showcase Turina´s contemporary, modernistic interpretation of traditional Spanish music.
Dapena succeeds in fully capturing the character and spirit of these pieces, which include Turina´s Danzas fantásticas Op. 22, three pieces originally written for piano, along with Danzas gitanas Op. 55, inspired by gypsy music of Granada. Also included is a lovely rendition of Cuentos de España Op. 20, Sevillana Op. 29, Fandanguillo Op. 36 Ráfaga Op. 53, Sonata Op. 61 and Homenaje a Tárrega Op. 69.
This music download compilation represents a significant body of work, not just for Dapena´s masterful playing but for the ambitious scholarly effort put into restoring these pieces to their original, non-Segovia form
Julia Crowe, New York - March 2007
--Classical Guitar Magazine Vol. 25 N.7