The Concierto de Aranjuez was described by its same own author as capturing “the fragrance of magnolias, the singing of birds and the gushing of fountains” at Royal Palace of Aranjuez which is the place in Spain to which it has been inspired. it was premiered by Orchestra Filarmonica de Barcelona in 1940. In the below more contemporary version by violin it is executed by the Japanise artist Ikuko Kawai. You will surely notice her gestures, the way she is flowing with the notes and the passionate expressions on her face as she was one with the violin and the Latino melody itself (which was actually created for guitar by Rodriguo).
It is one of the plenty wonderful examples of integration of goodness of cultures you can also find wherever you live; there are many people who are so lucky to have lived in different places for enough time to absorb its characteristics at various levels, other have also absorbed it thru their parents traits which can be from diverse cultures. They naturally live an inside (r)evolution of their personality in a lifetime so enriching and unique that emits a beautiful fragrance in whatever interest they express. That is what the performance below is talking about.