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Sol Y Vida

Elina: Garanca Orquesta Filarmonic

CD  |  Classical  |  17 May 2019

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Elina Garanca Sol Y Vida CD




Sol y Vida is Elina Garanca's journey to the South, from Spain to Italy and Latin America, and is her first album focusing entirely on non core-classical repertoire.

Be ready to expect a personal album from the mezzo-soprano, whose centre of life has been Spain for many years. A selection of songs, canzone and tango pieces, both mirroring and spreading a flamboyantly emotional array of beaming happiness, passionate longing and exuberant joy. A feast of vocal colours, and a firework of passion, from the well-known Granada to the intimate world of La Llorona.

Featuring jewels of Latin American song repertoire like Piazolla's Yo soy Maria, originally part of a tango operita and Gracias a la vida, one of the most covered Latin American songs in history both featuring guitarist Jose Maria Gallardo del Rey in new intimate arrangements. Garanca puts her own trademark mezzo-soprano spin on popular pieces previously been sung by tenors, like "Core 'ngrato" and the Neapolitan classics "Torna a surriento" and "Canto napoletano".


Title: Sol Y Vida

Format: CD

Release Date: 17 May 2019

Artist: Elina: Garanca Orquesta Filarmonic

Sku: 2423010

Catalogue No: 4836217

Category: Classical



1. Agustin Lara (18971970) - Granada

2. Agustin Lara (18971970) - La Llorona

3. Agustin Lara (18971970) - Vai lavar a cara

4. Violeta Parra (19171967) - Gracias a la vida

5. Edvard Grieg (18431907) - T'estimo

6. Salvatore Cardillo (18741947) - Core 'ngrato

7. Ernesto de Curtis (18751937) - Torna a Surriento

8. Ernesto de Curtis (18751937) - Non ti scordar di me

9. Ernesto de Curtis (18751937) - Stanislao Gastaldon (18611939)

10. Ernesto de Curtis (18751937) - Musica proibita

11. Francesco Paolo Tosti (18461916) - Non t'amo più

12. Ernesto de Curtis (18751937) - Voce 'e notte

13. Francesco Paolo Tosti (18461916) - Marechiare

14. Astor Piazzolla (19211992) - Yo soy María (from Maria de Buenos Aires)

15. Rosendo Mato Hermida (19141994) - Lela

16. Pablo Sorozábal (18971988) - O No puede ser (from Taberna del Puerto)

17. Carlos Gardel (18901935) - El día que me quieras

18. Ary Barroso (19031964) - Brazil