Very good as well. I am not very familiar with Spanish music but I can surely smell the sense of the Spanish atmosphere in there.
That is good !
However Granados' 'Spanishness' is more generalized that that of other famous Spanish collegues. It harks back more to Chopin and Schumann (though not particularly in these pieces), and evokes the spirit of elegant 18th century Madrid more than it conjures the blazing colours, the grit, dust and heat of southern Spain with its unique blend of archaic, gypsy and moorish idioms, permeated by flamenco rhythms and the cante hondo. Falla and Turina, and late Albeniz, come much closer to that.
Hm... did that make sense at all ?