Gran Danzon by Paquito D'Riviera
The Bel Air Concerto for flute and orchestra
Reduced by Evan Hause for flute and piano with optional percussion
Published by International Opus
The Danzon, created in 1879 by Miguel Failde, a cornet player from the city of Matanzas, is a direct descendant of the Cuban Danzas and Contradanzas that were played in ballrooms back in Cuba's colonial past.