"Be extremely careful when you read and study the music. Make note when a composer writes poco or motto." Michel Dalberto
"In this short class, Michel Dalberto listens to the student play a piece by the Spanish composer Enrique Granados, which is part of the “Goyescas” suite, composed during the first decade of the 20th century.
The master indicates that the intention of Enrique Granados with this suite is to describe “the atmosphere and the characters of several paintings by Francisco Goya, but the pieces themselves are not specifically depicting any one painting."" In this sense, he adds that “in any music, it's important to be very precise and careful, and understand that if you respect what the composer wrote, you are going to understand much better the music he wants to express.""
Later, when working on the score, the master indicates that some phrases can be exaggerated, with declamation, and highlights the importance of some accents to achieve this.
-Granados was a composer and also a pianist
-The interpreter must be very careful when reading the musc, and the indications of the composer
-Some phrases must be play wirh exaggeration