Welte-Mignon Mystery, Vol. 1: Enrique Granados. No. 1. Los Requiebros (Compliments). 2. Coloquio en la Reja. 3. El Fandango de Candil. 4. Quejas o la Maja y el Ruisenor. blue highlight denotes track pick.
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Enrique Granados Campiña (27 July 1867 – 24 March 1916) was a Spanish pianist and composer of classical music. Enrique Granados Campiña was born in Lleida, Spain, the son of Calixto Granados, a Spanish army captain, and Enriqueta Campiña. As a young man he studied piano in Barcelona, where his teachers included Francisco Jurnet and Joan Baptista Pujol. In 1887 he went to Paris to study
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Enrique Granados, piano (Welte-Mignon roll, c. 913, Paris). In 1915 Granados wrote a one-act opera, also called Goyecas, using melodies from the piano suite.
ENRIQUE GRANADOS (1867-1916) Spanish pianist and composer. Enrique Granados was both composer and pianist. His place as one of Spain's greatest composers is indisputable. But few are familiar with his keyboard prowess. Granados was on his way home from a successful visit to The United States in 1916 where his opera "Goyescas" received its first performance in New York City, and where he was invited by Woodrow Wilson to give a recital, presumably at the White House. As a result of this recital, he missed his scheduled ship back to Spain. He was obliged to seek passage on a vessel to England where he would take a ferry across the Channel to France. The ferry was sunk by a German U-boat and he drowned trying to save his wife. Welte-Mignon piano roll recorded in 1913. 3 "El Fandango de Candil".