Join William Sitwell as he welcomes award-winning Spanish chef and restaurateur, Jose Pizarro into the Classical Kitchen. Together they discuss olive picking in winter, the art of simple cooking and unearth Andalusian history through the 'El Amor Brujo' ballet.
While talking, William and Jose enjoy one final feast; a Beautifully Simple Chorizo Patatas Bravas Salad with Paprika Mayonnaise.
The pieces played in this episode are:
Bolero, Luis Ravel. Neeme Jarvi, Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Chandos.
Spring, Antonio Vivaldi. Tasmin Little, BBC Symphony Orchestra. Chandos.
Canon in D, Johann Pachelbel. Adrian Shepherd, Cantilena. Chandos.
Piano Sonata No 14 'quasi una fantasia', Op. 27 No. 2; Adagio sostenuto (Moonlight Sonata) Ludvig van Beethoven. Solo Pianist: Jean-Efflam Bavouzet. Chandos.
El Amor Brujo, Manuel de Falla. Geoffrey Simon, London Symphony Orchestra. Chandos.
Twilight of the Gods, Richard Wagner. Reginald Goodall, Sadlers Wells Opera Orchestra. Chandos.
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