Collectici Intim by Vicente Asencio (1908–1979). Vicente Asencio was a Spanish composer and wrote Colletici Íntim in 1965 for Narciso Yepes. Asencio’s movements are based on ‘affects’: La Serenor (Serenity), La Joia (Joy), La Calma (Calm), La Gaubança (Delight), and La Frisança (Haste).
Bio via Schott: “Vicente Asencio was born in Valencia in 1908…In 1934 Asencio participated in writing a manifesto of the ‘Grupo de los Jóvenes’, a movement of Valencian composers: ‘We strive for the realization of a powerful and rich Valencian art music in the form of a productive and pluralistic Valencian School which gives universal expression to the psychological subtlety and the emotional world of our people and our landscape.’ …Asencio who called himself a composer of ‘tonal’ music wrote numerous orchestral works and ballets, but was particularly drawn toward guitar music. His compositions were performed by famous performers such as Segovia and Yepes among others…”
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Jessica Kaiser plays Collectici Intim by Vicente Asencio (1908–1979). This comes via Stefan Schmidt and Siccas Guitars on YouTube.