Gregorio Paniagua “La Folia”

Gregorio Paniagua “La Folia”

Regular price
Sale price
Regular price
Sold out
Unit price
Tax included.
Shipping calculated at checkout.
Condition Guidelines

Gregorio Paniagua & Atrium Musicae
La Folia
Harmonia Mundi/Victor (Japan) 1982
VIC-28079 (LP) w/obi, insert
sleeve : EX+(slight corner wear)
media : EX/EX(some slight noise)

Gregorio Paniagua is the father of Luis Paniagua, one of the leading figures in the Spanish contemporary/new age scene, who incorporated Arab and Mediterranean classical music into contemporary music, and is a great musician who revived ancient Greek music and other ancient music into the modern age. In Japan, the late Tetsuo Nagaoka and other audiophiles have discovered and evaluated Gregorio Paniagua's excellent recordings. In this album, Luis and Eduardo, who has also participated in Luis's solo works and Babia, participate. This album is based on the ancient music of medieval Spain, but it is not just classical music. In addition to Luis Paniagua's works, this album includes feelings of Babia, Luis Delgado, Orquesta De Orquesta, and others that were introduced in the Spain feature in the guidebook "OBSCURE SOUND REVISED EDITION". The sound quality is excellent.

A5: Parsimonia Aristocraciae
B3: Nobilissima / Degradans Et Corruptae
B4: De Pastoribus
B5: Alter Indica Perfecta

Open drop down