Etiqueta: naxos

Crítica, por Records International

ALFONSO ROMERO ASENJO (1957): Symphony for Strings, Concerto for Cello and String Orchestra, Concerto for 2 Violins and String Orchestra, Divertimento. For some reason, the booklet notes suggest that the composer incorporates elements of the 'avant-garde' in his style, but in fact the music is basically tonal, larded with varying degrees...

Crítica, por Rob Barnett

Crítica, por Rob Barnett Naxos have been tending quite generously to their “Classics from Spain” line. The present release will be the only commercially available CD dedicated entirely to Romero Asenjo’s work, which has been described by Spanish composer Tomás Marco as neither “in the vanguard nor beyond it”. Despite the front...

Crítica, por Geoff Pearce

Particularly Thrilling Music for strings by Alfonso Romero Asenjo intrigues GEOFF PEARCE “It showcases the composer's skill in writing for strings, and at the same time one can sense his development as a composer” Alfonso Romero Asenjo, born in 1957 is a new composer for me, and the first work...

Crítica, por James Manheim

AllMusic Review by James Manheim The music of composer Alfonso Romero Asenjo (1957-) is rooted in the neoclassicism of Turina and perhaps, in its quieter moments, Mompou. However, it somehow sounds entirely of today, because of what the annotations here aptly call "selective use of the avant-garde." This release, part of Naxos' fine "Classics from Spain"...

Alfonso Romero Asenjo nuevo CD en NAXOS en la colección “Classics from Spain”

Alfonso Romero Asenjo nuevo CD en NAXOS en la colección "Classics from Spain" En este CD, con el que Alfonso Romero Asenjo inicia su colaboración en la colección "Classics from Spain" de Naxos, nos encontramos con tres obras destacadas del compositor. Sinfonía de cuerdas, que muestra una marcada inquietud cinematográfica; Concierto para...