Written in 2004 is dedicated to D. Emilio Felipe and Calavia. It was premiered by the Unión Musical de Canyada in 2004. Music has always accompanied the Feasts of “Moros y Cristianos” since its inception. The music is one of the aspects that also stand out in this party, especially the famous Spanish pasodoble.
The festivities themselves motivated an adequate music, a rhythm of their own to accompany the parades, from the pasodoble, a musical variety within the march form. The marches are musical works that fall within the compositions defined by the movement or by the rhythm. The marches regulate the passage of a certain number of people. The pasodobles are light marches, adopted as a regulation step of the infantry, with a special characteristic that makes the troop can carry the ordinary passage of parade.
The music for the Feasts of “Moros y Cristianos” has also developed other genres such as procession marches, hymns of feasts, hymns to the patron saint , ballets, incidental music, etc.
Instrumentation | Festive Music
Duration | 7:20
Grade | C
CD’s | Coming Soon