Written especially for the rededication of the Statue of Liberty, July 4, 1986.
Gaudir de Gaudi translated from Catalan means "enjoying Gaudi." This symphonic fantasy reflects the spirit of Gaudi's creative genius, characterized by optimism, whimsical fantasy, and
Andalusian music is rooted in three different cultures: Jewish, Arabic, and Spanish (Castilian). Symphonic fantasy Pueblo Andalu (colloquial from Andaluz) represents an example of this stylistic
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