De Falla's last musical sigh, the Suite Atlantida, was composed in Argentina, where the composer died in 1946. Born in the Andalucian port town of Cadiz, he was the creator of, among other marvelous music, the notoriously Spanish, Nights in the Gardens of Spain and La vida Breve. The Spanish Radio Orchestra and Choir has been very lucky of having such individuals writing their scores. With such positive factor at their side it is only natural that they reproduce these songs so beautiful and competently. On the other hand, to us, this disc is worth buying since it is not only a masterpiece as it is a historical landmark. Enjoy it.