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In he went to Paris to study. He returned to Barcelona in In Granados premiered his suite for piano Goyescas , which became his most famous work. It is a set of six pieces based on paintings of Francisco Goya. Such was the success of this work that he was encouraged to expand it. He wrote an opera based on the subject in , but the outbreak of World War I forced the European premiere to be canceled. It was performed for the first time in New York City on 28 January and was very well received.
Shortly afterwards, he was invited to perform a piano recital for President Woodrow Wilson. Death[ edit ] The delay incurred by accepting the recital invitation caused him to miss his boat back to Spain.
Granados refused to leave her and positioned her on a small life raft on which she knelt and he clung. Both then drowned within sight of other passengers. Ironically, the part of the vessel that contained his cabin did not sink and was towed to port, with most of the passengers, except for Granados and his wife, on board. The personal papers of Enrique Granados are preserved in, among other institutions, the National Library of Catalonia. Many of his piano compositions have been transcribed for the classical guitar: examples include Dedicatoria, Danza No.
The Goya Goyesca period, which includes the piano suite Goyescas, the opera Goyescas, various Tonadillas for voice and piano, and other works. Granados was a significant influence on at least two other famous Spanish composers and musicians, Manuel de Falla and Pablo Casals. The contents of the four volumes are: Vol.
List of compositions by Enrique Granados
Enrique Granados: The Poetic Guitar