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In a Spanish Garden
In a Spanish Garden with Musette

CD features Musette - Terry Muska, classical guitar,
and Madlyn Blanchett, flute

A passionate selection of contemporary and classical Spanish-style music, scored for guitar and flute. Highlights include excerpts from Bizet's immortal opera "Carmen", "Malaguena" by Albeniz, and "Anonymous Romance".

Recorded in the "Blue Cat" studio, this album features the initial offering by the"Musette Duo", which won the Texas Music Association award for excellence in Classical recording.

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1. In A Spanish Garden


Composed by Alice Gomez (who also plays keyboard on this cut), this tuneful piece provides a lively opener for the album.

2. Carmen Suite: Habanera


Carmen's famous aria from Act I in which she sings, "Love is a Gypsy boy."

3. Carmen Suite: Entre Acte


The flute establishes a pastoral mood, and guitar completes it with a harp-like background.

4. Carmen Suite: Seguidilla


With this song, Carmen is able to enchant the vulnerable Don José.

5. Anonymous Romance


The classic guitar solo, here alternating solos with the flute.

6. Cuerda De Tripa

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An original composition for this album, Cuerda de tripa was written as a tribute to Jaques I'bert.

7. Recuerdos de la Alhambra


Tarrega's haunting masterpiece, heard here in a rare recording for flute and guitar.

8. Tango Maria


A lovely and rhythmic dance tune penned by Tarrega, "Tango Maria" uses many unusual techniques.

9. Brazilian Rondo


Another bright and delightful composition by Alice Gomez, who can be heard here playing percussion.

10. Oriental by Enrique Granados


The famous Spanish Dance No.2, originally for piano.
Espana, Six Album Leaves
(tracks 11 - 16)

11. Preludio


The original title for this group of pieces is: Espana, Six Album Leaves, written by Isaac Albeniz at a very young age.

12. Tango


Probably the most famous of these pieces, the Tango is often heard in arrangements for various combinations of instruments.