Goyescas

Goyescas, Op. 11, subtitled Los majos enamorados (The Gallants in Love), is a piano suite written in 1911 by Spanish composer Enrique Granados. This piano suite is usually considered Granados`s crowning creation and was inspired by the paintings of Francisco Goya, although the piano pieces have not been authoritatively associated with any particu....
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Goyescas

(from the article `Granados, Enrique`) ...reflected in his tonadillas, songs written `in the ancient style.` He wrote extensively and fluently for the piano, in a somewhat diffuse, ... ...have lapsed from the repertoire—Albéniz particularly in the comic one-act Pepita Jiménez (1896), and Granados in the semi...
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Goyescas

[opera] Goyescas is an opera in one act and three tableaux, written in 1915 by the Spanish composer Enrique Granados. Granados composed the opera to a Spanish libretto by Fernando Periquet y Zuaznabar with melodies taken from his 1911 piano suite, which was also called Goyescas. The opera was first performed at the Metropolitan Opera in New...
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