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Noches en los jardines de España

Noches en los jardines de España (Nights in the Gardens of Spain). Symphonic impressions for pf. and orch. by Falla, comp. 1909–15, f.p. Madrid 1916, f.p. in England, London 1921 (soloist Falla); f.p. in Amer., Boston, Mass., 1924. Movts. are: 1. En el Generalife. 2. Danza lejana (Dance in the distance). 3. En los jardines de la Sierra de Córdoba.

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Guadalupe, Sierra de

Sierra de Guadalupe (syār´rä ŧħā gwäŧħälōō´pā), mountain range, W Spain, in Extremadura, between the Tagus and Guadiana rivers. The highest elevation is 4,734 ft (1,443 m).

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