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Performance on 3: In the Works


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Alan Hall examines Manuel de Falla 's ballet
The Three-cornered Hat, which was hailed as a defining moment in modern Spanish culture at its London premiere in 1919, but greeted with suspicion by Spanish critics for its cliched image of Spain. With contributions from Falla's great-niece Elena de Paredes , Yvan Nommick of the Falla
Archive in Granada, and Falla biographer Carol Hess. Plus at about 8.15 a 1961 recording of the complete work conducted by Ernest Ansermet , who was also the conductor of that first performance in 1919. Falla Ballet: El Sombrero de Tres Picos
Teresa Berganza (soprano), Suisse Romande Orchestra, conductor Ernest AnsermetProducer Alan Hall


Unknown: Alan Hall
Unknown: Manuel de Falla
Unknown: Elena de Paredes
Unknown: Yvan Nommick
Unknown: Carol Hess.
Conducted By: Ernest Ansermet
Unknown: Tres Picos
Soprano: Teresa Berganza
Producer: Alan Hall

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Performance on 3: In the Works

BBC Radio 3, 1 May 2003 19.30

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