– Concierto Español




Concertino en La Mayor (Versión Piano:Luis Bedmar)
1.- Allegro
2.- Romanza
3.- Scherzo
4.- Rondó
Fantasía para un Gentilhombre
5.- Villano y Ricercar
6.- Españoleta y Fanfaré de la Caballería de Nápoles
7.- Danza de las Hachas
8.- Canario

Sonata para Guitarra y Piano
9.- Andante
10.- Allegretto
11.- Andante
12.- Allegretto



Salvador Bacarisse (1898 – 1963)

The importance of Salvador Bacarisse, a disciple of Litter del Campo in Madrid, is, in large measure, the importance of the Generation of the Republic, the culmination of a long process of revitalizing the Spanish sound art, begun in the last third of the nineteenth century and to acquire outstanding character with the foundation in 1915 by Adolfo Salazar, the National Society of Music, for broadcasting patriotic composers and new music in general; and then with the genesis and development of the Madrid group, of that poetic-musical generation, whose plethora find Bacarisse, embarked with other musicians, politicians and intellectuals, all supporters of the ephemeral Second Republic, on a large project for the regeneration of education and Spanish musical culture.

Precisely because of this ideological attachment to the Republic would Bacarisse exile in Paris after the Civil War. By then, he had won three times the National Music Award (1923, 1931 and 1934) and written as interesting works such as the piano suite Heralds, the Sonata in trio or three quartets and opera The Treasure of Boabdil, all progressive stamp. From his extensive production, with outstanding songs, one of the most performed works is undoubtedly the Concertino for guitar and orchestra, written in 1957 for Narciso Yepes, who spread throughout the world and consecrated discographically score.


Joaquin Rodrigo (1901 – 1999)

He is considered one of the leading figures in Spanish music back to the Civil War. and it is that absent fault, Gerhard, the Haffter brothers and many other members of the Generation of the Republic, after seeing truncated expectations regeneration of Spanish music to declare the Civil War and exile of the leading musicians of the day occur in the postwar musical Spain, Valencia becomes fundamental reference of our music. But unlike composers Mompou, Montsalvatge Esplá or who despite not exactly be a school-and their respective languages ​​differ each other-they share a permanent aesthetic renewing concern in the work of Rodrigo shown that It will be the main trend of the Spanish music of the forties: a return to aesthetic trends of regionalism and nationalism cut purist with neoclassical forms.

Disciple of Paul Dukas in Paris, where he lived several years and which was associated with the leading figures of the time -Ravel fails, Poulenc, Honegger … – in the beginning was assimilated to the Generation of the Republic, more by their generational belonging that for purely musical reasons or school. Anyway, the truth is that from his years in France and Germany-from where he returns after the war, the style of Rodrigo will delimiting with precision. The composer Tomás Marco sums it up: «Nationalism, neoclassic forms, harmonic and orchestral simplicity that will be further reduced in subsequent years, and a superficial but attractive sound».

Although not as universal as the Concierto de Aranjuez, the Fantasy for a gentleman is one of the key works of the guitar repertoire, while significant of the Spanish music of this century concerning, occupying a place of honor in the repertoire of any guitarist of the world. It dates from 1954 and is based on the music of Gaspar Sanz.


Luis Bedmar Encinas (1931)

Although Granada of culiar-Baza, is equally Cordoba, Cordoba lover is why both worked and where he has spent most of his professional work, being a key figure in the evolution of the Cordoba music of this second half century. In his long career as a director, teacher, musicologist and composer, he emphasizes his creative activity. Thus, in his vast catalog of works we find abundant symphonic and choral-symphonic music, chamber music, works for band, religious music and hundreds of songs and choral works a ap3Jiado, this one, in which his contribution has not only It has been notorious in terms of original music, but also for the study and harmonization of popular music has made to the lake all his life. Among his compositions, of which more than fifty have been premiered and recorded on disc, include four cantatas, the suite Mysteries, the Concerto for organ or orchestral pieces and Atheneaul11 Overture Cordoba. The Sonata for guitar and piano dating from 1995.