Albéniz - Evocacion, Triana: Iberia (clarinet, violin, cello, piano)
Arranged for clarinet, violin, cello and piano
Isaac Albéniz was a highly successful pianist and composer, whose many piano works show a distinctive use of Spanish rhythms and melodies. His crowning compositional achievement is Iberia, a set of 12 large-scale piano pieces that depict Spanish places and events, written between 1906-1908. The first piece in the set is Evocación, which sets the scene of a hot Spanish day, slow and passionate. Triana is the sixth piece in the set, and is a lively depiction of the gypsy quarter in Seville. This arrangement adds orchestral colour to the piano original, and is for clarinet, violin, cello and piano.
Includes full score and complete set of parts