New version of the Paco de Lucía Integral, 27 CDs his complete work remastered. "Cositas Buenas", his last album, comes as a new in this new Integral. Now in a new economic format. This collection is a unique tour of the work of Paco de Lucia from 1964 to 2004. Spanish classical music had always aroused profound interest in Paco de Lucía. First came the album Lorca (1967), the records of Andalusian and Iberoamerican classics (65-69), afterwards came his magnificent work with Falla (1968) and from 1991 we must add this Concierto de Aranjuez and three pieces from the ‘Suite Iberia’ by Albeniz. His pledge here is clear: to offer out of the most profound respect a new perspective on the Classical Spanish canon, in Flamenco.
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This 1991 release, recorded live at Teatro Bulevar de la Casa de la Cultura in Torrelodones, Spain, features Spanish composer Joaquín Rodrigo's best-known composition, 1939’s "Concierto de Aranjuez," performed by flamenco guitar legends Paco de Lucía and Rodrigo, along with the Orquestra de Cadaqués. Also featured is the Isaac Albéniz composition "Iberia," recorded at Cinearte in Spain.
Album released in Spain in 1991 by the label Polygram Iberica, within the program that gave then the Quincentennial State Society to contemporary music in the category of concert guitar. The project caused controversy by some purists of the Spanish classical guitar (not 'flamenco' guitar), against the advice of its own Joaquín Rodrigo's Concierto de Aranjuez author, who praised her. The concert by Paco de Lucia is accompanied by the Cadaqués Orchestra, conducted by Edmon Colomer, and in the part dedicated to the suite 'Iberia' will also accompany the guitars of José María Bandera and Juan Manuel Cañizares.