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Sor, F.: Andante Largo, Op. 5 No. 5
Tarrega, F.: Mazurkas 
Anonymous: Venid Pastorcitos, Villancico
Garcia Lorca, F.: Canciones Espanolas Antiguas
Giuliani, M.: Mauro Giuliani, Variations on a theme by Handel, Op. 107
Las Flores No Valen Nada contains masterpieces by some of the greatest Spanish composers, and includes songs for sopranos and guitar by Federico Garcia Lorca. Many of the tracks are played by Pablo Lentini Riva on an antique guitar which was built in Madrid by Santos-Hernandez in 1925. The sound and phrasing of this interpreter are extremely refined and richly expressive, perfectly echoing the poetry of these wonderful works.
The title of the album is taken from the words of a beautiful love song called "Zorongo" (tr. 11).
La luna es un pozo chico
las flores no valen nada;
lo que valen son tus brazos
cuando de noche me abrazas.
Recorded @ Panoramix studio, Milano, 2009-10
Sound engineer: Pierluigi Petris, Andrea Conti
Equipment used: N/A
Instrument(s) used: Guitars by Roberto de Miranda and Santos Hernandez
Photo/paint on cover: greekadman (flickr.com), (CC BY NC SA 2.0)
An OnClassical production, ©2009-10