Part of ballet El Amor Brujo ((The Enchanting Love), written for flamenco gypsy dancer Pastrora Imperio and created in a chamber orchestra setting at the Teatro Lara in Madrid in April 1915, without succes. A shorter version was performed by the Symphonio orchestra of Madrid in 1916. In 1924 re-created as a one-act ballet. English translation of this part: Song Of The Will-o'-the-Wisp. Most important Spanish composer of the early 20th century.
Fritz Rainer [symphonic version with the Pittsburgh Symphony Orch. - Columbia]
Miles Davis [as Will O' The Wisp on his Sketches Of Spain album; see also: Saeta and Alborada De Vigo]
Leopold Stokowski [idem]
Juan Mercadal [on Spanish guitar]
Josep Pons [chamber orchestra version from 1915 with the Teatre Lliure orchestra (Barcelona)]