Tañido Español

Olesya Rostovskaya

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The Tañido Español project focuses on musical selections representing various aspects of Spanish musical culture.

Isaac Albéniz most vividly represents Renacimiento, the New Spanish Renaissance, a time when the Spanish school of composers became aware of their national identity a trend which was further developed by Fernando Obradors.

Federico Garcia Lorca, most well-known as a poet, also worked in the field of music.  In particular, he collected and wrote down a number of folk songs, arranging piano accompaniments for them which he frequently played himself.

Tañido Español also includes Serenade, an original piece for carillon by Olesya Rostovskaya written in the old Spanish genre which over time has transformed from everyday music into a distinct artistic style.

The album ends with two extracts from Carmen by Georges Bizet, itself probably one of the most familiar musical evocations of Spain.

Olesya Rostovskaya – Bell Ringer

Tracklist

1.
Prelude
02:12
2.
Tango
02:45
3.
Capricho Catalan
03:50
4.
La mi sola, Laureola
03:18
5.
Los cuatro muleros
01:56
6.
Las morillas de Jaen
03:35
7.
Viva Sevilla!
03:19
8.
Los royes de la baraja
01:46
9.
Serenade
02:23
10.
Habanera from Carmen
03:38
11.
Toreador Song from Carmen
05:20

Total time: 00:34:02

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SKU

AM170003

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Cables

Gotham Audio

Digital Converters

Horus & Hapi, Merging Technologies

Editing Software

Pyramix 10, Merging Technologies

Headphones:

Stax SR 407 with SRM 006tS tube amplifier

Microphones

Neumann KM130, Izmeritel M-101 & M-233 with Oktava-Electron-Design electronics, MicW N101, MicWM215

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Original Recording Format

Recording Engineer

Alexey Pogarskiy

Recording location

St Peter and St Paul Cathedral in St.Petersburg, Russia

Recording Software

Pyramix 10, Merging Technologies

Recording Type & Bit Rate

DXD

Release Date June 23, 2017

1 review for Tañido Español

    I recognize that I was attracted by the title of this album “Tañido Español” but unfortunately it was not quite what I expected.

    This “clock bells” music is not my cup of tea. I am sorry to say that those arrangements of wonderful pieces, in my opinion, do not fit into the new dress. Pick up this album only if you are crazy about bells.

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