Manuel De Falla:
Premiere Danse Espagnole - extraite de "La Vie Breve"
Danse du Meunier - extraite du "Tricorne"
Queja o la Maja y el ruisenor - No. 4 des "Goyescas"
Andaluza - Danse espagnole No. 5
Oriental - Danse espagnole No. 2
Seguidillas - Op. 232 No. 5-No. 5 des "Chants d'Espagne"
Cordoba - Op. 232 No. 4-No. 4 des "Chants d'Espagne"
Sevilla - No. 3 de la "Suite Espagnole"
Evocacion - Extrait de la suite "Iberia"
Triana - Extrait de la suite "Iberia"
Festa no serato - No. 3 du "Ciclo Brasileiro"
Impressoes seresteiras - No. 2 du "Ciclo Brasileiro"
Polichinelle - Extrait de "A prole do Bebe No. 1"
Born of French parents, spending her early formative years in Brazil it comes as no surprise that Tagliaferro has a unique affinity with the piano compositions of the Spanish masters: De Falla, Granados & Albeniz.
After initially studying with her father Magda relocated to Paris at the age of 13. She entered the Paris Conservatoire to study under Alfred Cortot where she achieved the ‘Premier Prix’ just one year later. It was with Cortot that Tagliaferro realised her full potential developing a richness of tone, emotion, tenderness and melancholy which is evident in this truly inspirational 1960 performance recorded by Ducretet-Thomson.
Stereo LP - Catalogue Number. ERC012
Edition of 300. ERC will not undertake a repress of any release at any future point.