Elodia (Luis G. Jordà)
Considered to be one of the most inspired pieces of the early XXth century Mexican piano literature, the mazurka Elodia is a small wonder that evokes Chopin but, at the same time, reminds us of the elegant soirées that occurred in pre-revolutionary Mexico. This work, which was a must in every high society concert, sold up to 25,000 copies in 10 editions between 1909-1914 and, after nearly a century without being re-edited, this contemporary version is the result of a research that has compared all existing sources. Here, Mozaic Editions presents again Elodia, the music by a Catalan composer, Luis G. Jordà, who was acclaimed to delirium by Mexican society.
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