Daniel León Periñán

Compositions

Yedras de Sangre
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El Lamento de las Musas
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Euphonies
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Le Printemps Bleu
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Récitatif et Chorale
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Daniel León Periñán is a Sevillian composer, pianist, guitarist, and biotechnologist. He began his music studies independently at the age of 6, he went on to specialize in classical and flamenco guitar, piano, and academic composition - harmony, orchestration, counterpoint and fugue, and more - in the conservatoires of Andrés Segovia, Francisco Guerrero, and Manuel Castillo. Periñán has received technical, interpretation and composition lessons from prestigious professors such as José María Pichardo, Julio Gimeno, José Quevedo, Antonio Calero, Miguel Ángel Gris, Antonio Espíldora, Alberto Carretero and Francisco Martín.
Periñán has not lost touch with the fundamental composers throughout the history of music, such as his suite, a tribute to J.S. Bach: in this suite, Periñán uses typical elements that serve as a link between baroque and the current composers' language. Out of his many projects, Music and Science stands out in its innovative use of using scientific principles of DNA, amino acid sequences, quantum mechanics, and the basic principles of sound physics and sonochemistry to create new compositional forms - hence the so-called Fuga Cuántica (Quantum Fugue) - this led to winning the First Prize for Young Scientists given by the CSIC. These projects have helped him to find his own musical language based on silence, which began to be constituted in two compositions: El Lamento de las Musas - Fantasia Dolorosa en 9 movimientos - and the String Quartet II Nuclear.
Thanks to Periñán's work Yedras de Sangre, he was a finalist of the International Antonin Dvorak Composition Competition, where he composed, among others, the work Poem for a Silent War: a personal, critical, complex view with a constantly changing aesthetic charge as a reflection of wars that take place today. Currently, he is working on numerous scientific research and musical projects aimed at competitions and premieres.

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