Under the name Suite Española, the Antonio Gades Foundation has put together a series of works that were in included in the repertoire of the Alicante-born dancer and choreographer. Before choreographing Bodas de Sangre, Gades' shows were divided in a first part with piece from this Suite Española, and a second part with the Suite de Flamenco.
Among them we find pieces from more significant works like La Muerte de Don Juan, taken from the ballet that premiered in 1965 in Madrid and whose main dance Gades added to his ballet’s repertoire. Pittaluga's La Danza del Chivato, one of the numbers included in Gades' shows from the start, also belongs to this Suite Española. They also included flamenco numbers like La Farruca, incorporated later into the Suite de Flamenco, and El Ensueño, Antonio's first choreography that he had already debuted, together with Alicia Diaz, in his years with the Pilar López Company.
- VARIACIONES SOBRE EL VITO. Infante
- ZAPATEADO. Sarasate
- DANZA DEL MOLINERO DEL SOMBRERO DE TRES PICOS. Falla
- LA BODA DE LUIS ALONSO. Jiménez
- ENSUEÑO. Turina
- JOTA. Caballero Ramón Jiménez
- FARRUCA. R. J. Barrado
- POLO. I. Albéniz
- COPLAS DE LA DOLORES LA JEREZANA. Quiroga, R. J. Barrado
- SACROMONTE. Turina
- DANZA DEL CHIVATO. Pittaluga
- ZORONGO. García Lorca
- DON JUAN. García Abril
Choreography: Antonio Gades
Music: Various Composers
Pieces premiered in the 1960s and removed from the show posters in 1974, with the premiere of Bodas de Sangre.