Nashville Symphony Orchestra - Sierra: Sinfonía No. 4


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Over the last decade the music of the Puerto Rican composer Roberto Sierra has become internationally admired, and this has led to prestigious commissions and performances around the world. Fandangos was heard at the BBC Proms in London and employs a harpsichord work attributed to Antonio Soler as a departure for a richly inventive orchestral fantasy. The dramatic Sinfonía No 4 was described by ArtsNowNashville as ‘a textbook example of how this composer breathes new life into old forms. The piece is basically a classic Germanic symphony imbued with Spanish sensibilities and reinvigorated with new harmonies and rhythms.’ Robert Schumann is subtly evoked in Carnaval, five character pieces that explore mythical creatures, both menacing and serene.

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1. Fandangos
2. Sinfonia No. 4: I. Moderamente rapido
3. Sinfonia No. 4: II. Rapido
4. Sinfonia No. 4: III. Tiempo de bolero
5. Sinfonia No. 4: IV. Muy rapido y ritmico
6. Carnaval: I. Gargoyles
7. Carnaval: II. Sphynxes
8. Carnaval: III. Unicorns
9. Carnaval: IV. Dragons
10. Carnaval: V. The Phoenix

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