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Classical music in the International Music Festival Deia never heard before
The pianist Kennedy Moretti and cellist Angel Garcia Jermann delighted the audience that gathered in Son Marroig on Thursday 27th of June with a series of works never heard before by Spanish composers of the late nineteenth century, rescued on the National Library Madrid. With a spectacular sunset as a backdrop, the duo began the recital with the interpretation of the Sonata in G minor, op. 5 No. 2 by Ludwig van Beethoven. The placid start with the adagio sostenuto e espressivo gave way to frenetic alegro molto più tostó presto and Rondo. Allegro, which kept about 40 spectators in suspense.
The decline of the day was accompanied by the masterful interpretation of the Three Romances, Op. 94, by Robert Schumann. Birds at the Son Marroig yard began a war of notes with the sumptuous interpretation of the duo. During the break it was served "fino" and "dulce" wine from Jerez, while the spectators could enjoy the last rays of sun disappeared behind the horizon.
The second part of the concert was a delight: six pieces never heard before by Spanish composers of the late nineteenth century, including Jesús de Monasterio, José María Guelbenzu and Manuel de Falla. Magical works in a magical setting. Definitely a memorable recital by two masters interpreters.