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Iberia

by Machina Lirica

Iberia was born following an invitation to participate in the renowned International Festival, "Colores Flamencos" Olomouc 2011, in the Czech Republic. The program consisted of compositions by Portuguese and Spanish composers for flute and guitar.
Genre: Classical: Chamber Music
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1. Danza Española No. 1 in a Minor (De La Vida Breve)
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2. Scenas Portuguezas in G Major, Op. 9: I. Cantiga D'amor
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3. Scenas Portuguezas in D Major, Op. 9: II. Chula
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4. Scenas Portuguezas in C Major, Op. 9: III. Valsa Caprichosa
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5. Danza Española No. 2 in a Minor: Oriental
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6. Danza Española No. 4 in G Major: Villanesca
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7. Danza Española No. 5 in E Minor: Andaluza
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8. Peça Para Flauta
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9. Melodias Rústicas Caderno IV: I. Oracao Do Pobrezinho
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10. Melodias Rústicas Caderno IV: VIII. Canto Do S. João
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11. Melodias Rústicas Caderno IV: VI. Onde Vais, Ó Luisinha
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12. Melodias Rústicas Caderno IV: VII. Alvorada
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13. Serenata Al Alba Del Dia in A Major: I. Andante Moderato
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14. Serenata Al Alba Del Dia in a Major: II. Allegro
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"one should highlight the spectacular musicians Monika Streitová (flute) and Pedro Rodrigues (guitar) that showed how the contemporary music scene has superb musicians in Portugal." (Público Journal, Lisbon)

Miguel Azguime, composer: "Machina Lírica Ensemble, composed of exceptional soloists, is a unique representative of the new generation of musicians. Along with their surprising technical e interpretative capacities, there is a special commitment to the musical creation stated by a close complicity and collaboration with composers and indeed expressed by the huge number of premieres they have performed."

João Pedro Oliveira, composer: “The name «Machina Lírica» defines a character of this ensemble: precision and sensitivity. It is a pleasure to listen to these two musicians. They define themselves by their professionalism and thoroughness in the musical interpretation.”

“I had not witnessed such an impressive musical performance by an instrumental duo for a long time, until I heard Machina Lírica Duo in concert.” (Josef Mlejnek, Arts Critic; Katolický týdeník)

“Monika Streitová and Pedro Rodrigues, both as an ensemble and individually, presented extraordinary qualities of interpretation, namely an enormous certainty, sensibility, claw and capacity to adapt themselves to musical texts of distinct and diverse qualities. One should also stress the fact that all of the presented works were world-premiere performances, a sign of great courage on the Ensemble’s part. An extraordinary concert, not only for the quality of the works presented, but also because it is a privilege to be able to listen to performances with the quality – excellent in any part the world – of Pedro Rodrigues and Monika Streitová.” (Tiago Cabrita, composer and music critic; Espaço Crítica para a Nova Música)

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