Manuel de Falla (1876–1946) Nights in the Gardens of Spain
Noches en los jardines de España – Urtext edited by Ullrich Scheideler [Due to copyright reasons not available in France and Spain!] Duration: 23'
solo: pno – 3(picc).3(cor ang).2.2 – 22.214.171.124 – timp.perc. – hp – cel – str
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Composed by Manuel de Falla during his lengthy residence in Paris, these three symphonic impressions for piano and orchestra are an expressive work bringing the southern Spanish gardens, which are laid out in the European and Arabic-Moorish tradition, to life. The influence of contemporary French music is noticeable in this composition. Despite many modifications, involving among other things, the scoring, number of movements, as well as layout and content, the basic idea of a nocturnal impression is retained from the outset. The work was finished – and likewise the orchestral material – only shortly before its premiere on 9 April 1916, which was a great success. World War I prevented its publication, though further performances followed, played then from manuscript material. The Urtext edition presented by Ullrich Scheideler takes as the main source the first edition of the score. The Critical Report gives detailed information about the source situation.