JOAQUÍN TURINA (1882-1949): Piano Music, Vol. 13 - Sanlúcar de Barrameda (Sonata pintoreosca), Op. 24, Trilogía: El poema infinito, Op. 77, Ofrenda, Op. 85, Hipócrates (Variaciones para piano), Op. 86, Los siete dolores de la Virgen María, Op. 102 (unfinished).
Catalogue Number: 01T029
Description: One of the most ambitious and complex works in Spanish piano repertoire, the picturesque Sanlucar de Barrameda of 1924 is one of Turina’s true masterpieces, the composer describing it as ‘my homage to this wonderful city of silver… where the salt spray of the ocean is mixed with the aroma of manzanilla.’ The varied pieces that form Trilogia (1933-34) include a grief-stricken dedication to the memory of his daughter and an entertainingly humorous finale filled with quotes from other works. This final volume in this series concludes with the tantalizingly unfinished “Seven Sorrows of the Virgin Mary”. Jordi Masó (piano).