World's Largest Sheet Music Selection

21276323
21276323
21276323

Danzas Fantasticas

By Joaquin Turina

Be the first! Write a Review
https://www.sheetmusicplus.com/title/danzas-fantasticas-sheet-music/21276323?ac=1&aff_id=672721

Orchestra - Grade 5
Composed by Joaquin Turina (1882-1949). Score Only. 94 pages. Union Musical Ediciones #MUSUME25360. Published by Union Musical Ediciones (BT.MUSUME25360).

Item Number: BT.MUSUME25360

ISBN 9780711968721.

The Danzas Fantasticas - Fantastical Dances - of Joaquin Turina are the composer's best known work, originally scored for Piano but Orchestrated by the composer and performed first in 1920 in their Orchestrated version. The work is full of exalted, romantic melodies, Iberian flourishes and exciting instrumental writing. The work quotes passages from the novel La Orgia (The Orgy) by Jose Mas at the beginning of each of the three movements. The movements are Exaltacion, a jota dance in 3/8, Ensueno (Dream) a zortziko in 5/8 and Orgia, a farruca, all regional dances of Spain.Joaquin Turina is often contrasted with Albeniz and Granados, those two proponents of a Spanish nationalstyle. Turina strove to write music of a European standard in the conventional major forms and it is possible to hear the influence of Turina's years studying in Paris, as well as his native Spain combined with the composer's own unique Voice. The Danzas Fantasticas - Fantastical Dances - of Joaquin Turina are the composer's best known work, originally scored for Piano but Orchestrated by the composer and performed first in 1920 in their Orchestrated version. The work is full of exalted, romantic melodies, Iberian flourishes and exciting instrumental writing. The work quotes passages from the novel La Orgia (The Orgy) by Jose Mas at the beginning of each of the three movements. The movements are Exaltacion, a jota dance in 3/8, Ensueno (Dream) a zortziko in 5/8 and Orgia, a farruca, all regional dances of Spain.Joaquin Turina is often contrasted with Albeniz and Granados, those two proponents of a Spanish nationalstyle. Turina strove to write music of a European standard in the conventional major forms and it is possible to hear the influence of Turina's years studying in Paris, as well as his native Spain combined with the composer's own unique Voice.

Close X

By signing up you consent with the terms in our Privacy Policy

I am a music teacher.