The Spanish Civil War was a period of intense cultural activity that had a dramatic impact on its artists. Hear how the music changed with a pre-war symphonic poem, followed by works by composers who fled the country, but kept Spain alive in their music.
Joaquín Turina -- Sinfonía sevillana, Op. 23.
Roberto Gerhard -- Don Quixote
Roberto Gerhard -- Symphony No. 4, "New York"
Manuel de Falla -- Homages
Visit the The Music of Spain: Composers of the Civil War website: