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New edition of this hitherto unpublished 13-minute work, which was first performed in 2002 by the Philharmonia Orchestra, conducted by Jukka-Pekka Saraste. The title clearly suggests a parade; but, as Lindberg points out, in Spanish, 'parada' also denotes a bus-stop or taxi-rank: a wry acknowledgement, perhaps, of the long wait for a slow movement from this composer at that time. For him, Parada is the middle panel of a loosely conceived triptych, the flanking sections of which are Feria (1997) and Cantigas (1999). Lindberg draws a parallel with Debussy’s Images, in which each of the three parts was conceived and premièred separately, and retains its own identity.


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