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Playlist of List of Mexican composers of classical music

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  • Julián Carrillo - Symphony No.1 in D-major

    33:00

    Julián Carrillo (January 28, 1875--September 9, 1965) was a Mexican composer, conductor, violinist and music theorist, famous for developing a theory of microtonal music which he dubbed The Thirteenth Sound (Sonido 13).

    Work: Symphony No.1 in D-major (1901)

    Mov.I: Largo - Allegro 00:00
    Mov.II: Andante sostenuto 10:09
    Mov.III: Scherzo (Allegro non troppo) 17:54
    Mov.IV: Allegro con fuoco 24:21

    Orchestra: L'Orchestre Lamoureux

    Conductor: Julián Carrillo

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  • Juventino Rosas - Sobre las Olas - Over the Waves

    6:02

    The waltz Sobre las Olas (Over the Waves) is the best known work of Mexican composer Juventino Rosas (1868--1894); it was first published in 1888.

    Conductor: Robert Stolz
    Orchestra: Berliner Symphoniker

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  • Gustavo Dudamel ~ Danzón No. 2 ~ Orquesta Sinfónica Simón Bolívar

    9:42

    The Orquesta Sinfónica Simón Bolívar (Simón Bolívar Symphony Orchestra) is a Venezuelan orchestra. Named after the Venezuelan national hero Simón Bolívar, it is the apex of the nation's system of youth orchestras, although by 2011, it was no longer officially a youth orchestra because the average age of the players had risen too high. The country's national youth orchestra is now the Teresa Carreño Youth Orchestra.

    The economist José Antonio Abreu established the Orquesta Sinfónica Simón Bolívar on 12 February 1975. Gustavo Dudamel has been the orchestra's artistic director since 1999. The orchestra has worked with many famous conductors including Claudio Abbado and Simon Rattle.

    Arturo Márquez (born 20 December 1950) is a Mexican composer of orchestral music who uses musical forms and styles of his native Mexico and incorporates them into his compositions.

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  • Arturo Márquez - Danzón No. 2

    10:32

    From the Philharmonie de Paris, 2015 (Music starts at 0:12)
    Alondra de la Parra conducts L'Orchestre de Paris in a concert that weaves musical bridges between Mexico and France

    Alondra de la Parra - conductor
    L'Orchestre de Paris

    0:12 Arturo Márquez - Danzón No. 2

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  • Spanish Classical Music | 17th Century Music From The Spanish Territories

    55:53

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    Composers: Antonio de Cabezón, Andrea Falconieri, Bartolomé de Selma y Salaverde, Bernardo Storace, Francesco Corbetta, Gaspar Sanz, Girolamo Montesardo, Santiago de Murcia
    Artists: Cordevento, Erik Bosgraaf (recorders), Izhar Elias (baroque guitars), Alessandro Pianu (harpsichord & organ)

    This collection draws directly from the works of Italian and Spanish guitarists Girolamo Montesardo, Carlo Calvi, Gaspar Sanz, Santiago de Murcia and Francesco Corbetta, keyboard players Antonio de Cabezón, Bernardo Storace, Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck and Pieter de Vois, and authors of solo and chamber music for a variety of other instruments, Andrea Falconieri, Bartolomé de Selma y Salaverde and Jacob van Eyck.

    Emblem and ambassador of Spanish culture, it is the guitar that threads the story together, intrinsically intertwined with the Spanish fondness for variation sets on harmonic grounds. Spain’s imperial history explains the wide geographical variety of composers, though even the Dutch Sweelinck seeks to bring local colour to his sober Low Countries aesthetic in his Pavana Hispanica. Elsewhere there are variations on the perennially popular ‘La Follia’, jolly Correntes and tarantellas, and more sinuous diferencias and intabulations of love-songs. They are all performed by a trio of young and talented musicians who bring great rhythmic vitality and a freshly imaginative approach to this inventive act of reconstruction.

    00:00:00 Corriente dicha la Cuella
    01:03:16 La Suave Melodia, y su corrente
    00:04:00 Il Rosso, brando
    00:04:50 Sinfonia a due
    00:07:24 Tarantelas
    00:10:53 Canzon terza
    00:16:22 Pavane de Spanje
    00:17:57 Pavana hispanica
    00:20:30 Corrente dicha l’Avellina
    00:21:27 Il Spiritillo, brando
    00:22:26 Alemana dicha Villega
    00:24:35 Follie in G.sol.re.ut
    00:27:26 La Monarcha
    00:31:23 Follia
    00:35:42 Corrente
    00:36:44 Repicavan
    00:38:49 Canzon seconda
    00:41:50 Diferencias sobre la pavana italiana
    00:45:06 La Esfachata de Nápoles
    00:45:53 La Cavalleria de Nápoles, con dos clarines
    00:48:38 La Benedetta
    00:50:46 La Prudenza, corrente
    00:51:58 Corriente dicha la Mota, echa para D. Pedro dela Mota
    00:53:00 Brando dicho el Melo
    00:54:18 Pavaniglia

  • Manuel Ponce - Romanza de amor

    3:13

    Manuel Ponce (1882 – 1948) was a Mexican composer. His work as a composer, music educator and scholar of Mexican music connected the concert scene with a mostly forgotten tradition of popular song and Mexican folklore. Many of his compositions are strongly influenced by the harmonies and form of traditional songs.

    Ponce wrote music for solo instruments, chamber ensembles, and orchestra. His piano and guitar works outnumber those dedicated to other solo instruments within the set of pieces we know. Estrellita is Ponce's best known work.

    Ponce's guitar music is a core part of the instrument's repertory, the best-known works being Variations and Fugue on 'La Folia' (1929) and Sonatina meridional (1939).

    An important group of Ponce's works were previously unknown to the public, as self-proclaimed heir Carlos Vázquez, a Mexican piano performer and educator who studied with Ponce, kept most of the original manuscripts in his possession. Most of them were finally donated to the National School of Music (UNAM) in Mexico City, as an analytic catalogue of his works could still be published.

    Heitor Villa-Lobos (1887–1959), who met Ponce in Paris in the 1920s, wrote
    I remember that I asked him at that time if the composers of his country were as yet taking an interest in native music, as I had been doing since 1912, and he answered that he himself had been working in that direction. It gave me great joy to learn that in that distant part of my continent there was another artist who was arming himself with the resources of the folklore of his people in the struggle for the future musical independence of his country.

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  • Huapango, Moncayo - Gustavo Dudamel - Simón Bolivar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela

    9:45

    Huapando, Moncayo - Gustavo Dudamel, 18:30 Sunday 19 Aug 2007 Royal Albert Hall.

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    José Pablo Moncayo García (June 29, 1912 – June 16, 1958) was a Mexican pianist, percussionist, music teacher, composer and conductor. As composer, José Pablo Moncayo represents one of the most important legacies of the Mexican nationalism in art music, after Silvestre Revueltas and Carlos Chávez.[1] He produced some of the masterworks that best symbolize the essence of the national aspirations and contradictions of Mexico in the 20th century.

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    José Pablo Moncayo García (Guadalajara, Jalisco, 29 de junio de 1912 — Ciudad de México, 16 de junio de 1958) fue un pianista, percusionista, maestro de música, compositor y director de orquesta mexicano. “Como compositor, José Pablo Moncayo representa uno de los más importantes legados del nacionalismo mexicano en la música, junto a Silvestre Revueltas, Carlos Chávez y Julián Carrillo”.1 Produjo algunas de las obras maestras que simbolizan de mejor manera la esencia de las aspiraciones nacionales, así como de las contradicciones en el México del siglo XX; su obra más significativa Huapango, mejor conocida como Huapango de Moncayo es un arreglo para orquesta sinfónica de tres sones provenientes de la rica tradición musical del Estado de Veracruz: El Siquisiri, El Balajú y El Gavilancito

  • Black and Brown Composers in Baroque Latin America: An Introduction to the Repertoire

    1:4:53

    Presenter: Henry Lebedinsky
    Hosted by Maria Romero


    An introduction to and survey of repertoire by composers of color and native-born South American composers from Brazil, Peru, Cuba, Mexico, Guatemala, and Bolivia from 1600 to 1800, with an emphasis on villancicos, cantatas, and other works for voices and chamber ensemble. Discussion topics include African and native influences, programming ideas, and sourcing of scores and performance materials.


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    Henry Lebedinsky has performed on historical keyboards with Seattle Opera, the Seattle Symphony, the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra, the Charlotte Symphony, Seraphic Fire, and the Cantata Collective, among others. With Stephen Stubbs, he is the co-Artistic Director of Seattle's Pacific MusicWorks, and the founder and director of PMW's Underground concert series, dedicated to educating and entertaining new audiences about the world of Baroque and Classical music in unconventional, fun, and boozy venues. Mr. Lebedinsky is also the co-director of the San Francisco Bay Area-based Agave Baroque, with which he has recently released two albums with countertenor Reginald L. Mobley on the VGo Recordings label. He and Mr. Mobley have spent the past decade introducing listeners near and far to music by Black composers from the past 250 years, including recent appearances at the Musée d'Orsay in Paris and Festival Printemps Musical des Alizés in Morocco.


    Maria Romero Ramos is a versatile modern and historical violinist specializing in the performance practices from the Baroque and Classical periods. She switches comfortably between different styles of bows and performs on both gut and modern strings. Romero is a candidate for the Doctor of Music degree in violin in the studio of Kevork Mardirossian at Indiana University, where she also obtained a M.M. degree. While at Indiana, she studied baroque violin with Stanley Ritchie and violin pedagogy with Mimi Zweig. Romero holds a Graduate Artist Certificate and B.M. degree from the University of North Texas under the of Julia Bushkova on the modern violín and Cynthia Roberts on the baroque violin, and the mentorship of lutenist Lyle Nordstrom. She also holds an Executive Graduate Certificate in Social Enterprise, Cultural Agency, Teaching Artistry, and Civic Leadership from the Global Leaders Program.

  • Mexican Composer - Agustin Lara

    2:57

    Song: Clave Azul

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  • Convidando está la noche - New World Baroque music

    6:52

    “Convidando está la noche” is a Mexican villancico (church music in a popular style) composed in the 17th century by the Mexican composer Juan García de Zéspedes. “Convidando está la noche” is a genuine example of Mexican Baroque music inasmuch as it strongly reflects the multicultural and popular aspects of the society, which is the case in the majority of the music from the New World, including art music and church music.
    The chorus, 'el estribillo', is a Guaracha, a rapid dance style, probably of Spanish origin.
    The song is interpreted by the Danish early world music ensemble Via Artis Konsort:
    Signe Asmussen, soprano
    Anne Marie Høst Mortensen, harp
    Mogens Rasmussen, viol
    Ernesto Manuitt, cuatro
    Poul Udbye Pock-Steen, ocarina, harpsichord

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  • 1 Hour With The Best Baroque Guitar Classical Music Ever - Focus Meditation Reading Concentration

    1:17:35

    00:00:00 Bach - Prelude In D Minor BWV999
    00:02:08 Weiss - Fantasie
    00:05:39 Bach - Suite In E Major BWV1006a
    00:08:51 Vivaldi - Concerto In D Major, RV93 Largo
    00:14:34 Dowland - Fantasie
    00:18:47 Bach - Cantata BWV 147, Jesus Bleibet Meine Freude
    00:22:42 De Visee - Ouverture De La Grotte De Versailles
    00:26:05 Handel - Suite From The Aylesford Pieces
    00:35:37 Weiss - Presto
    00:40:32 Praetorius - Suite In D Major From Terpischore
    00:46:13 Narvaes - Variations Sur Guardame Las Vacas
    00:49:15 Scarlatti - Sonata In D Major K. 490
    00:56:04 Scarlatti - Sonata In A Minor K. 36
    00:59:16 Handel - Xerxes, Largo
    01:04:09 Bach - Prelude, Fugue and Allegro In E Major
    01:06:40 Scarlatti - Sonata In D Minor K141
    01:10:20 Sanz - Danses Populaires

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  • Beethovens Silence

    9:58

    Ernesto Cortazar (1940-2004), was a Mexican contemporary classical composer and pianist. His father was an accomplished composer respected in his field and was named president of the Society of Authors and Composers of Mexico.

    Orphaned at age 13, Cortazar continued with his studies by attending a music academy and later studied with Maestro Gustavo César Carreón, one of Mexico's most important and recognized music industry performers and creatives.

    Carreón gave him his first opportunity to compose a piano piece titled River of Dreams which became a smash hit in Latin America and Spain and later won the award for Best Background Music for a Latin American Film at The Cartagena Festival. Since then, Ernesto Cortazar has composed musical scores for more than 500 motion pictures.

    He also gained notoriety by topping the popularity on MP3.com - a leading music-sharing service, popular with independent musicians for promoting their work.

    In 2001, Cortazar moved from Los Angeles to Tampico, Mexico to live his last years near his family. His music legacy is continued by his two sons, Ernesto Cortazar III and Edgar Cortazar, who are successful songwriters on the Latin market.

  • Best of Latin American Classics

    55:09

    Composers: Alberto Evaristo Ginastera, Arturo Márquez, Aldemaro Romero, José Pablo Moncayo, Oscar Lorenzo Fernández, Silvestre Revueltas (1), Yuri Hung
    Artists: Orquestra Sinfonica di Venezuela, Theodore Kuchar (conductor)

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    Stretching from Mexico to Argentina and covering miles of lush, idyllic landscape, Latin America has long been a source of inspiration for all manner of artists. This engaging release details a wonderful collection of music by composers native to the continent, all of whom have sought to capture its identity in their work.

    Beginning with Moncayo’s famous Huapango, a vibrant showpiece written in 1941 and which incorporates three of Mexico’s popular dances, the compilation traverses an array of distinctive, regional rhythms that have been integrated into traditional and formal structures. From Hung’s Kanaima – a Venezuelan evocation of the rainforest’s majesty – to Fernández’s Afro-Brazilian dance ‘Batuque’, taken from
    his nationalistic opera Malazarte, the collection also highlights the importance of Western influence in Latin American music: not only was Romero’s Tocatta Bachiana inspired by the famous D minor Toccata and Fugue BWV565 by J.S. Bach, but Revueltas’ work demonstrates a clear affinity for the harmonic language of European modernists such as Stravinsky.

    Spanning over 50 years of composition, this release reveals Latin America’s great cultural diversity and is the perfect starting-point for anyone wishing to explore the continent’s rich artistic landscape. With the Venezuelan Symphony Orchestra delivering awe-inspiring performances under their esteemed director Theodore Kuchar, it’s a must-buy.

    00:00:00 Huapango
    00:08:11 Danzón No. 2
    00:17:37 Tocatta Bachiana y Pajarillo Aldemaroso
    00:26:58 Janitzio
    00:34:31 Four Dances from Estancia: Los trabajadores agrícolas
    00:37:29 Four Dances from Estancia: Danza del trigo
    00:40:31 Four Dances from Estancia: Los peones de hacienda
    00:42:30 Four Dances from Estancia: Danza final (malambo)
    00:46:11 Kanaima
    00:50:59 Batuque

  • Estrellita by Manuel M. Ponce | Paola Hermosín

    2:36

    This is a piece by Manuel María Ponce, a Mexican composer, called Estrellita (little star). It was composed by him in music and lyrics, inspired by Mexican Popular songs. Hope you love it!
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  • The Lonely Shepherd - André Rieu & Gheorghe Zamfir

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    André Rieu & Gheorghe Zamfir performing The Lonely Shepherd live in Romania.

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  • The Godfather – Orchestral Suite // The Danish National Symphony Orchestra

    12:12

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    The Godfather – Orchestral Suite
    Composed by Nino Rota
    Melodica: Jakob Weber
    Mandolin: Mads Kjølby
    Solo violin: Christina Åstrand

    In January 2018, The Danish Broadcast Corporation (DR) aired a concert called “The Morricone Duel” performed by The Danish National Symphony Orchestra /DR SymfoniOrkestret, The Danish National Concert Choir with various soloists conducted by Sarah Hicks.
    The score is available on all regular Streaming-Platforms.

    The music performed was titles from a wide range of western movies and mafia movies reflecting different perspectives on an Italian-American movie and film music style.

    Featured composers were Ennio Morricone, Bernard Herrmann, Nino Rota and Sonny Bono with music from films by Sergio Leone, Quentin Tarantino, Brian DePalma and Francis Ford Coppola.

    Set design design: Nikolaj Trap
    Light design: Mikael Sylvest
    Arranged and orchestrated by Martin Nygaard & Nicolai Abrahamsen
    Director of photography: Karsten Andersen
    Executive Producer, idea and concept: Nicolai Abrahamsen

    Performed and recorded in DR Koncerthuset 2018

  • Gaelynn Lea: NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert

    23:00

    Gaelynn Lea, the winner of NPR's second annual Tiny Desk Contest, makes music like nobody else. Her sounds are steeped in the deep melodies of great Irish fiddle tunes, but her performance and singing style aren't traditional. More than 6,000 artists submitted videos in which they performed an original song behind a desk of their choosing with the hope of winning a chance to play a Tiny Desk concert at NPR. Gaelynn Lea was the overwhelming favorite of our six judges.

    After voting for Lea, I wanted to learn more about her and her remarkable talent. Following about a minute of just focusing on the desk, her video pans to a small woman in a wheelchair as she plays a violin she holds like a cello. Lea has brittle bone disease, which made it necessary for her to reinvent the ordinary — and, in this case, a way to play the fiddle.

    I also discovered, after selecting Gaelynn Lea, that she'd become friends with Alan Sparhawk of the band Low. Sparhawk first heard her perform at a farmers market in Duluth, Minn., where they both live. They've become friends who sometimes make music together, recording under the name The Murder Of Crows, so I also invited Sparhawk to join Gaelynn Lea for two of her four songs at this special Tiny Desk concert. There was hardly a dry eye.

    Set List:
    Someday We'll Linger In The Sun
    Southwind
    Bird Song
    Moment Of Bliss

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    Producers: Bob Boilen, Niki Walker; Audio Engineer: Josh Rogosin; Videographers: Niki Walker, Kara Frame; Production Assistant: Jackson Sinnenberg; Photo: Colin Marshall/NPR.

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  • The Radio 1 Ibiza Prom

    1:32:12

    For the first time in its 120 year history, the BBC Proms welcomed Radio 1 to turn the hallowed Royal Albert Hall in to the euphoric madness of Ibiza.

    Pete Tong, Jules Buckley and the Heritage Orchestra transformed dance classics in to orchestral masterpieces with the help of John Newman and Ella Eyre.

  • Luciano Pavarotti sings Nessun dorma from Turandot

    3:16

    Renowned Italian tenor Pavarotti (1935–2007) sings the aria from the final act of Puccini's opera Turandot, live in concert with The Three Tenors in Los Angeles in 1994. Watch the full performance, newly available in digital video:

    The Three Tenors (José Carreras, Plácido Domingo, and Luciano Pavarotti) are joined by conductor Zubin Mehta, the L.A. Philharmonic, and the L.A. Music Center Opera Chorus.

    A Tibor Rudas production.

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  • Tárrega: Guitar Edition

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  • Spanish Romance classical guitar performed by Marija Agic

    3:16

    'Spanish Romance' is one of the most famous classical guitar works and one of the most popular solo classical guitar pieces from the 19th century. You will find this romantic and nostalgic piece in most collections of music for the classical guitar. “Spanish romance” is also known as Anonymous Romance (Romance Anónimo), because the composer is anonymous, although Romance has variously been attributed to some great guitarist like Antonio Rubira, Francisco Tárrega, Fernando Sor, and others.

    “Romance” is also known as Estudio en Mi de Rubira (Study in E by Rubira), Romance de España, Romance de Amor, Romance of the Guitar, Romanza and Romance d'Amour among other names.

    Romance was the theme song from the René Clément’s 1952 film Jeux Interdits (Forbidden Games). The popularity of the film gave Romance the worldwide fame.

  • For A Few Dollars More // The Danish National Symphony Orchestra

    4:04

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    For A Few Dollars More
    Composed by Ennio Morricone
    Arranged and orchestrated by Thommy Andersson

    In January 2018, The Danish Broadcast Corporation (DR) aired a concert called “The Morricone Duel” performed by The Danish National Symphony Orchestra /DR SymfoniOrkestret, The Danish National Concert Choir with various soloists conducted by Sarah Hicks.
    The concert was hosted by singer/composer/author Kristian Leth.

    The music performed was titles from a wide range of western movies and mafia movies reflecting different perspectives on an Italian-American movie and film music style.

    Featured composers were Ennio Morricone, Bernard Herrmann, Nino Rota and Sonny Bono with music from films by Sergio Leone, Quentin Tarantino, Brian DePalma and Francis Ford Coppola.

    Set design design: Nikolaj Trap
    Light design: Mikael Sylvest
    Director of photography: Karsten Andersen
    Executive Producer, idea and concept: Nicolai Abrahamsen

    Performed and recorded in DR Koncerthuset 2018

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  • ALISON BALSOM - VIVALDI: Violin Concerto in A minor

    2:30

    ORDER YOUR COPY HERE: ...Following the popular and critical international success of her Haydn and Hummel concertos recording, Alison Balsom has recorded a programme of Italian Baroque concertos.

    In this new recording, Balsom, the 2009 & 2011 Classical BRIT Artist of the Year, plays popular concertos originally composed for the violin or oboe by Vivaldi, Tartini, B. Marcello, Albinoni and Cimarosa, accompanied by the Scottish Ensemble.

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  • Ana Vidovic plays Asturias by Isaac Albéniz on a Jim Redgate classical guitar

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    Ana Vidovic plays Asturias by Isaac Albéniz on a Jim Redgate classical guitar
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  • Heitor Villa-Lobos - String Quartet No.6 Brazilian

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    Heitor Villa-Lobos (March 5, 1887 – November 17, 1959) was a Brazilian composer, described as the single most significant creative figure in 20th-century Brazilian art music. Villa-Lobos has become the best-known South American composer of all time. A prolific composer, he wrote numerous orchestral, chamber, instrumental and vocal works, totaling over 2000 works by his death in 1959. His music was influenced by both Brazilian folk music and by stylistic elements from the European classical tradition, as exemplified by his Bachianas Brasileiras (Brazilian Bachian-pieces). His Etudes for guitar (1929) were dedicated to Andrés Segovia, while his 5 Preludes (1940) were dedicated to Arminda Neves d’Almeida, a.k.a. Mindinha. Both are important works in the guitar repertory.

    String Quartet No. 6 Brazilian (1938)
    Dedicated to Orlando Frederico

    1. Poco animato
    2. Allegretto (6:59)
    3. Andante, quasi adagio (11:38)
    4. Allegro vivace (18:18)

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    Villa-Lobos composed his Sixth Quartet during 1938 in Rio de Janeiro, and it was first performed in the same city by the Quarteto Haydn on 30 November 1943, on the same programme as the premiere of the Seventh Quartet. The published score bears no dedication, but the manuscript is dedicated to the violist Orlando Frederico (Villa-Lobos, sua obra 1972, 85), who many years earlier had participated in the premieres of both the Second and Third Quartets. Together with the Fifth Quartet, this work is marked by a deliberate move toward a more popular style, incorporating elements of Brazilian popular music, and the Sixth is regarded as the most nationalistic of all Villa-Lobos's string quartets (Béhague 2003, 294). Villa-Lobos originally planned to designate this work as the second popular quartet (the Fifth Quartet is subtitled Quarteto popular no. 1), but in the end abandoned the idea of such a series (Béhague 1994, 123). At the same time, it is with this quartet that the references to the quartets of Haydn, which continue throughout the composer's later quartets, become clear for the first time (Salles 2012, 94)

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    Heard In: “The Rabbit of Seville”

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    Heard In: “Hugo”

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    Heard In: “Pretty Woman”

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  • André Rieu - Grande Valse Viennoise

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    Music video by André Rieu performing Grande Valse Viennoise. (C) 2011 Universal Music Domestic Pop, a division of Universal Music GmbH

  • Maurice Ravel: Bolero / Gustavo Dudamel conducts the Wiener Philharmoniker at Lucerne Festival 2010

    17:32

    At the closing concert of the Lucerne Festival 2010, the Wiener Philharmoniker performed Maurice Ravel's probably most famous piece of music under the baton of Gustavo Dudamel: Boléro.

    The concert was broadcast live in more than 50 cinemas in Europe on 18 September 2010.

    Recording Date: 18 September 2010
    Composers: Maurice Ravel
    Orchestras: Wiener Philharmoniker
    Conductors: Gustavo Dudamel
    Director: Michael Beyer

  • My Way

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    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    My Way (Remastered 2008) · Frank Sinatra

    Nothing But The Best

    ℗ 2008 Frank Sinatra Enterprises, LLC

    Released on: 2008-01-01

    Producer: Charles Pignone
    Conductor: Don Costa
    Composer Lyricist: Paul Anka
    Composer Lyricist: Claude François Junior
    Composer Lyricist: Jacques Revaux
    Composer Lyricist: Gilles Thibault

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  • Maria Elena

    4:07

    A beautiful song by Mexican composer Lorenzo Barcelata (1898-1943) in my arrangement for classical guitar based on version by the famous guitar duo Los Indios Tabajaras.
    Una splendida canzone del messicano Lorenzo Barcelata (1898-1943) in un mio arrangiamento per chitarra classica basato sulla celebre versione del duo chitarristico brasiliano Los Indios Tabajaras.

  • Luciano Pavarotti - Ave Maria

    3:34

    Luciano Pavarotti (1935–2007) performs Schubert's Ave Maria, live in concert with The Three Tenors in Los Angeles in 1994. Watch the full performance, available in digital video:

    The Three Tenors (José Carreras, Plácido Domingo, and Luciano Pavarotti) are joined by conductor Zubin Mehta, the L.A. Philharmonic, and the L.A. Music Center Opera Chorus.

    A Tibor Rudas production.

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  • Natalia Lafourcade: NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert

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    Watch Natalia Lafourcade play at the Tiny Desk.

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    Oct. 27, 2017 | Felix Contreras -- Natalia Lafourcade is a successful singer-songwriter whose voice and music live on the edge of pop, but maintain a distinct independence.

    A few years ago, while Lafourcade was traveling Brazil, she felt a great nostalgia for her native Mexico and its folk music. When she finally returned home, she immediately called some friends for the kind of party that is ubiquitous in Latin America: lots of social drinking, lots of food and lots of guitars and singing. Classic folk songs were on the playlist and a good time was had by all.

    Someone recorded the informal jam session and Lafourcade's management team heard the tapes. This is your next record! they told her.

    That record, Musas: Un Homenaje al Folclore Latinoamericano en Manos de los Macorinos, Vol. 1, was a commercial and critical hit, and received a Latin Grammy nomination for Album of the Year. It only made sense for Lafourcade to bring her Musas tour to the Tiny Desk. The performances are an ode to a magical time in Mexican popular music, one that is revived with every note this singer and her band perform.

    One important historical note: The two older gentlemen on the video are Juan Carlos Allende and Miguel Peña, two revered musicians who played with the iconic ranchera singer Chavela Vargas.

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    Soledad y el Mar
    Mi Tierra Veracruzana
    Tú Sí Sabes Quererme

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    Natalia Lafourcade (vocals), Ernesto Anaya (traditional Mexican guitar), Uriel Herrera (drums), Jorge Molina (double bass), Juan Carlos Allende [Los Macorinos] (acoustic guitar), Bernardo Ruiz (electric guitar)

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  • The Beautiful Blue Danube - André Rieu

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    André Rieu & his Johann Strauss Orchestra playing The Beautiful Blue Danube (An der schönen blauen Donau) by composer Johann Strauss II. Recorded live at Empress Sisi's castle; Schönbrunn Palace Vienna, Austria with dancers from the famous Austrian Elmayer Dancing School.

    Clip from the DVD André Rieu At Schönbrunn, Vienna.
    One of André's biggest and most beautiful special ever.

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  • Class Notes: Mexican Music -- Celebration, Rhythm, and History

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    In the Class Notes video Mexican Music: Celebration, Rhythm, and History we meet Mexican composer Julio Morales, who gives us a taste of the music from the Mexican states of Tamaulipas, where he was born in Tampico, and Veracruz, where he currently lives.

  • Manuel Ponce, Estampas Nocturnas, for String Orchestra 1923

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    Manuel Ponce, Estampas Nocturnas, for String Orchestra (1923)

    1. La Noche (8:14)
    2. En tiempo del Rey Sol (5:16)
    3. Arrulladora (3:15)
    4. Scherzo de Puck (3:16)

    Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
    Enrique Bátiz, conductor

    Mexican composer Manuel Ponce (1882-1948) was and remains one of Mexico's most beloved figures in the world of classical music.

    Manuel María Ponce was born on December 8, 1882, in the small town of Fresnillo, Mexico, in the state of Aguascalientes. He was the twelfth child of his parents, Felipe de Jesus Ponce Leon and María de Jesus Cuellar. Ponce's father had participated in the 1867 revolution that restored Mexico's independence, and when Manuel was born, the family was hiding out in Fresnillo to escape lingering political fallout from that event. They soon moved to the larger town of Aguascalientes, where Ponce spent most of his early life. Ponce's mother loved music and urged her children to study the piano. Ponce's teachers were not musical professionals; he took his first lessons from his older sister Josefina, and he later studied with a local lawyer, Cipriano Avila. Ponce survived both smallpox and measles as a child.

    Ponce was the first Mexican composer who consistently introduced elements of the folk and popular music of his country to classical composition. He is also internationally known among guitarists and lovers of guitar music; he was among the first modern composers to write extensively for the guitar, and, through his association with guitarist Andrés Segovia, he played a key role in the revival of the guitar in classical music. Ponce made a variety of contributions to the classical repertory over his long career, never remaining content with a style he had mastered but always forging forward with new musical investigations. In the history of Mexican classical music he is rivaled in importance only by Carlos Chávez.

    The music on my channel is meant to introduce a large audience to music by unknown classical composers and unknown classical music by famous composers in the music period of about 1870 till about 1970.
    The program presents works by relatively unknown composers and unknown music by well-known composers and has no commercial purposes.
    Tens of thousands of people around the world learn about unknown music through our channel (educational task) and unite the people from the many countries who give their comments and reactions. If someone, for any reason, would deem that a video appearing in this channel violates the copyright, please inform us immediately before you submit a claim to YouTube, and it will be our care to remove immediately the video accordingly.

  • Carlos Jiménez Mabarak, Sinfonía No 1

    19:48

    Carlos Jiménez Mabarak, Sinfonía No.1 (1945)

    Leipzig Radio Symphony Orchestra
    Fernando Lozano, conductor

    Carlos Jiménez Mabarak (Tacuba, Mexico 1916–Mexico City 1994) was one of the most prolific Mexican composers of the 20th century. His music belongs to the transition from the Mexican Nationalism to the Avant garde and uses all musical genres. He composed in a period of almost 60 years.

    The music on my channel is meant to introduce a large audience to music by unknown classical composers and unknown classical music by famous composers in the music period of about 1870 till about 1970.
    The program presents works by relatively unknown composers and unknown music by well-known composers and has no commercial purposes.
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  • Popular Mexican song by M. Ponce -Richard Arellano- guitar

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    La Pajarera is a popular mexican song arr. by Mexican composer Manuel Ponce.Video cortesia de Francisco Calcaño

  • Estrellita, arranged and played by Don Alfonso Zelaya

    2:48

    Estrellita (Manuel Maria Ponce-George Gibson Davis) Played by Don Alfonso Zelaya, Welte-Mignon (Licensee) reproducing piano roll 7863, issued Feb. 1929. Composer Manuel Ponce (1882-1948) had an important place in Mexican music of the 20th century. In Mexico he taught at the National Conservatory and founded the Mexican Composers Society. The pianist made three recordings for the Welte company in 1929. Although today he is quite obscure, he had a fascinating and varied career in show business. Named after the King of Spain, pianist Don Alfonso Zelaya (1888-1951) was the son of José Santos Zelaya, President of Nicaragua from 1893-1909. He was educated in Europe before his father sent him to America to be a general. He was a graduate of West Point, 1910, and served four years in the U.S. Army during World War I. In 1911 he married his first wife, American-born Marguerite Lee, grandniece of General Robert E. Lee. They had a son they named José Santos. As pianist he played with the San Francisco and Minneapolis symphony orchestras. With a repertoire of 300 classical pieces, his performances were not limited to the concert stage, for he also enjoyed bringing classical music to the vaudeville (Keith-Orpheum Circuit) stage. According to the Spokane (Washington) Spokesman-Review (Mar. 4, 1932), ...what is unique about this most affable and rotund Castilian is that he plays classical music and makes vaudeville audiences like it. He has a certain humor, a philosophical way of presenting his music that makes his audiences clamor for more and more. Beginning in 1933 he made sporadic film appearances playing bit parts. His last role was as Gimpy, the piano player in Macao (RKO, 1952). He died in North Hollywood on December 14, 1951, the day before the death of celebrated Mexican composer Maria Grever. He was survived by his second wife, Olga Desmondae (Des) Rieman (1899-1966), a singer who had been in vaudeville with her first husband, Otis Mitchell. (Zelaya's widow subsequently married famous comic Bert Wheeler.) He was buried at Forest Lawn (Glendale) Cemetery.

  • BeethovenNow!

    3:32

    In this video, New Music Pianist Seda Röder improvises the first-ever electro-acoustic cadenza for a classical concerto!

    Röder, who specializes on bringing contemporary music to new audiences, says that the public at Beethoven's time would expect the soloist to improvise in the cadenzas. I wanted to do the same, but in a style that is my own and entirely modern.

    To turn this vision into reality, Seda worked together with Mexican composer Edgar Barroso who provided her with an electro-acoustic framework that she could use for her improvisations.

    When Röder was approached by Harvard conductor Hanjay Wang with the suggestion to perform with the orchestra of the Harvard-Radcliffe Chinese Students Association, the unusual idea finally came to life!

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  • Scherzo played by Tim OBrien Australian acoustic guitarist

    1:42

    Manuel María Ponce Cuéllar (8 December 1882 -- 24 April 1948) was a Mexican composer active in the 20th century. His work as a composer, music educator and scholar of Mexican music connected the concert scene with a usually forgotten tradition of popular song and Mexican folklore. Many of his compositions are strongly influenced by the harmonies and form of traditional music. Hope you enjoy this one.

  • La Valentina

    1:55

    Una adaptación clásica a la guitarra de una vieja canción popular de la época de la Revolución mexicana, por parte de uno de los grandes autores mexicanos, que curiosamente nunca tocó la guitarra: Manuel María Ponce. Adaptada junto con otras dos canciones cortas, fueron dedicadas al gran guitarrista español Andrés Segovia.

    A classical adaptation for guitar of an old folk song from the time of mexican revolution, by one of the greatest mexican composers, who oddly never played the guitar: Manuel Maria Ponce. Adapted together with two more short songs, it was dedicated to the great spanish guitarrist Andrés Segovia.

  • Manuel M. Ponce - Suite in Old Style

    4:18

    Manuel María Ponce Cuéllar (8 December 1882 -- 24 April 1948) was a distinguished Mexican composer active in the 20th century

    Flavio Sala, born in 1983, is considered the new classical guitar star, acclaimed by critics and public for his extraordinary technique and his outstanding musical sensibility and creativity.

  • Granada by Agustín Lara

    4:04

    A very famous song (1932) by Mexican composer Agustín Lara, performed by many artists in the world, in my arrangement for classical guitar.
    Una celebre canzone (1932) del compositore messicano Agustín Lara, interpretata da moltissimi artisti di tutto il mondo, in un mio arrangiamento per chitarra classica.

  • “María” ???????????????????????? The Finest Dancer In Mexico ???? by Kenny Anstiger ????????????

    4:04

    Señorita “María” (The Finest Dancer In Mexico)???????? ????????
    by Kenny D Anstiger (Composer)

    I was walking down a street in old El Paso
    When I began to hear the playing of flamenco
    As I turned my head to the lady in red
    I could see her

    It was Maria the finest dancer in Mexico
    Many love her so for all the joy that she brings
    She dances to the Rhumba the bossa nova and the samba
    And I’ll always remember the way she danced her way into my heart

    Tequilas in tavernas in Tijuana
    We tango’d and pasodoble’d
    I was lost and won over
    Each time that the music would play

    Hola Maria the finest dancer in Mexico
    I love you so for all the joy that you bring
    Dancing to the Rhumba the bossa nova and the samba
    I’ll always remember the way you dance your way into my heart

    She met a young Texan oil baron
    Who woo’d her and flew her away
    To his ranch with pre horses, a private golf course and runway

    Oh Maria the finest dancer in Mexico
    Many loved you so for all the joy that you’d bring
    Dancing to the Rhumba the bossa nova and the samba
    I’ll always remember the way you danced your way into my heart

    He promised anything his money could buy her
    New dresses by famous designers
    She missed her family beside her
    So hitched hiked her way south of the border

    Oh Maria the finest dancer in Mexico
    Many love you so for all the joy that you bring
    Dancing to the Rhumba the bossa nova and the samba
    I’ll always remember the way you danced your way into my heart


    Oh Maria the finest dancer in Mexico
    Many love you so for all the joy that you bring
    Dancing to the Rhumba the bossa nova and the samba
    I’ll always remember the way you danced your way into my heart

    I’ll always remember the way you danced your way into my heart

    I’ll always remember the way you danced your way into my heart


    Words & Music by Kenny D Anstiger (Composer)

    Foreword:

    This is my own song and not a cover of
    Maria by Blondie or Maria from West Side Story or Maria Maria by Santana or Maria by Ricky Martin or I Did What I Did for Maria by Tony Christie or Mamma Maria by Ricchi E Poveri or Ave Maria by Frank Schubert and beautifully performed by; Andrea Bocelli, Luciano Pavarotti, Placido Flamengo, Celine Dion, Runner In The Sun Reina Del Cio Beyoncé, Barbra Streisand, Josh Groban, Andre Rieu, Barbara Bonney, Mirusia Louwerse, Jackie Evancho, Vladimir Vavilov,Maria Callas, Giulio Caccini, Maria by Jimmy Bryant or Song For Maria by Matt Otten or Take A Letter Maria by R.B. Greaves. Nor is the song Maria associated with the film Maria staring Christine Reyes.

    All the best, stay home and stay safe, always love Kenny ❤️ Eviva España ❤️


    María (la mejor bailarina de México)

    Estaba caminando por una calle en el viejo El Paso
    Cuando comencé a escuchar el flamenco
    Cuando volví la cabeza hacia la dama de rojo
    Pude verla

    Fue María la mejor bailarina de México.
    Muchos la aman por toda la alegría que ella trae
    Ella baila a la Rhumba la bossa nova y la samba
    Y siempre recordaré la forma en que ella bailó en mi corazón

    Tequilas en tabernas en Tijuana
    Tango y pasodoble
    Estaba perdido y ganado
    Cada vez que suena la música

    Hola María, la mejor bailarina de México.
    Te amo tanto por toda la alegría que traes
    Bailando a la Rhumba la bossa nova y la samba
    Siempre recordaré la forma en que bailas en mi corazón

    Ella conoció a un joven barón petrolero de Texas
    ¿Quién la cortejó y se la llevó?
    A su rancho con pre caballos, un campo de golf privado y pista de aterrizaje.

    Oh Maria la mejor bailarina de México
    Muchos te amaron por toda la alegría que traes
    Bailando a la Rhumba la bossa nova y la samba
    Siempre recordaré la forma en que bailaste en mi corazón

    Prometió cualquier cosa que su dinero pudiera comprarla.
    Nuevos vestidos de diseñadores famosos.
    Extrañaba a su familia a su lado.
    Tan enganchado caminó hacia el sur de la frontera

    Oh Maria la mejor bailarina de México
    Muchos te aman por toda la alegría que traes
    Bailando a la Rhumba la bossa nova y la samba
    Siempre recordaré la forma en que bailaste en mi corazón


    Oh Maria la mejor bailarina de México
    Muchos te aman por toda la alegría que traes
    Bailando a la Rhumba la bossa nova y la samba
    Siempre recordaré la forma en que bailaste en mi corazón

    Siempre recordaré la forma en que bailaste en mi corazón

    Siempre recordaré la forma en que bailaste en mi corazón



    Todo lo mejor, quédate en casa y mantente seguro, siempre ama a Kenny ❤️

  • Danzón No.2

    9:47

    Arturo Márquez, born in 1950, in Alamos, State of Sonora, Mexico began his musical training in 1966 in La Puente, a city in Los Angeles County, California, later studying piano and music theory at the National Conservatory of Music of Mexico and composition at the Institute of Fine Arts of Mexico with such composers as Joaquín Gutiérrez Heras, Hector Quintanar, and Federico Ibarra.
    He also studied in Paris privately with Jacques Castérède, and at the California Institute of the Arts with American composers Morton Subotnick, Stephen Mosko, Mel Powell, and James Newton.

    The only widely played danzón for symphony orchestra before this one by Mexican composer Arturo Márquez is the Danzón Cubano by Aaron Copland. As the title of that work indicates, the danzón is Cuban in origin. It is considered a refined salon dance and counts as its antecedents the habanera and the contra-dance. It thus has a familial relationship to the tango, which also developed from the habanera rhythm.

    Typically, danzones are in rondo form, with a recurring refrain separated by verses, and feature instrumental solos. Aaron Copland, in describing his work, especially noted the tendency of this dance to begin with very formal and restrained motion, with elegant, calm melodies. But there is an underlying sensuality to the music and the dance, which comes to the fore later as the rhythm asserts itself.

    The basic rhythms are Afro-Cuban, with much use of the dichotomy between triplet and duple rhythm, and even with quintuplet rhythms. Since this dance form developed, the African influences have become stronger.

    The danzón became popular in Mexico almost as soon as it developed in Cuba. The hometown of the Mexican danzón is the port city of Veracruz on the Gulf of Mexico, the country's traditional gateway to Cuba. The famous dance salons of Mexico City picked it up, and danzón bands became popular. It is not too much an exaggeration to find the danzón the northern Latin American analogy to the southern countries' tango, as both are distinctive urban dances with a nostalgic, even sad, melodies and a smoldering sensuality.

    Arturo Márquez has written his series of classical music danzones as a tribute to popular music and to express his feelings about the dance and its important role in Mexican urban music. The first of the series, Danzón No. 1 (1992), is for pre-recorded tape with optional saxophone. After he composed it, Márquez happened to take a trip with Irene Martinez, who was a dancer, and the painter Andrés Fonseca, who is also passionate about the danzón. Knowing its history and its various forms, Fonseca and Martinez interested Márquez in writing a second danzón, this time for full orchestra.
    The composer has gone on to write additional danzones, always for different ensembles and in so doing seems to be following the example of the Brazilian composer Heitor Villa-Lobos, who adapted the street music known as the choros into a concert form.

    Márquez also traveled to Veracruz and to some of the old, traditional Mexico City dance salons, and listened to old records by Acerina and his Danzonera Orchestra. He wrote the work on commission from a Mexico City University. It was premiered to rapturous applause in Mexico's Netzahaucoyotl Hall on March 5, 1994, Francisco Savín conducting.

    The composition is built on a beautiful, elegant main theme, stated at the outset on clarinet. It preserves both the traditional rondo form and the tendency to begin in a state of restraint and erupt into passionate rhythms later.

    Danzón No.2
    Performed by the Simón Bolívar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela
    Gustavo Dudamel, Conductor

  • Heitor Villa-Lobos - String Quartet No. 14

    18:36

    Heitor Villa-Lobos (March 5, 1887 – November 17, 1959) was a Brazilian composer, described as the single most significant creative figure in 20th-century Brazilian art music. Villa-Lobos has become the best-known South American composer of all time. A prolific composer, he wrote numerous orchestral, chamber, instrumental and vocal works, totaling over 2000 works by his death in 1959. His music was influenced by both Brazilian folk music and by stylistic elements from the European classical tradition, as exemplified by his Bachianas Brasileiras (Brazilian Bachian-pieces). His Etudes for guitar (1929) were dedicated to Andrés Segovia, while his 5 Preludes (1940) were dedicated to Arminda Neves d’Almeida, a.k.a. Mindinha. Both are important works in the guitar repertory.

    String Quartet No. 14 (1953)
    Dedicated to the Stanley Quartet (Gilbert Ross and Emil Raab, violins; Robert Courte, viola; Oliver Edel, cello)

    1. Allegro
    2. Andante (5:53)
    3. Scherzo (Vivace) (11:32)
    4. Molto allegro (14:53)

    Cuarteto Latinoamericano, Mexico City
    Saúl Bitrán, Arón Bitrán, violins; Javier Montiel, viola; Alvaro Bitrán, cello
    Recorded at the Troy Savings Bank Music Hall in Troy, NY, March 1995.

    Reissued as part of Heitor Villa-Lobos: The Complete String Quartets. 6 CDs + 1 DVD with a performance of Quartet No. 1 and interview with the Cuarteto Latinoamericano. Dorian Sono Luminus. DSL-90904. Winchester, VA: Sono Luminus, 2009.

    Villa-Lobos composed his Fourteenth Quartet in Rio de Janeiro in 1953 on a commission from the University of Michigan for the Stanley Quartet (Gilbert Ross and Emil Raab, violins; Robert Courte, viola; Oliver Edel, cello), to whom the score is dedicated. The Stanley Quartet gave the first performance in Ann Arbor as part of the sixty-ninth concert of the University of Michigan School of Music's 1953–54 season on Tuesday, 9 March 1954. It was preceded on the programme by Haydn's Quartet in C Major, Op. 74, No. 1, and followed by Beethoven's Quartet in B-flat major, Op. 130 (Villa-Lobos, sua obra 1972, 87; University of Michigan School of Music 1954, unpaginated).

    All four movements of this quartet are in ternary, ABA form (Gutiérrez 2006, 194).

    The second movement is nostalgic in manner, opening with a sixteen-bar, desolate, chromatic, and atonal fugato. The central section is strongly contrasted, using a theme in a tonal, popular-music style (Gutiérrez 2006, 137–38).

  • Mexico multi track cornet

    1:57

    Another popular sextet, I don't know who composed it, maybe somebody can help me with that?

  • Gianluca Imperato Sonata for violin and piano

    13:16

    Live recording for Oskar Rieding competition (Gold Medal)
    Narek Darbinyan Violin
    Gianluca Imperato (composer) Piano

  • Marquez: Danzon No. 2

    10:11

    Danzón No. 2 is an orchestral composition by Mexican composer Arturo Márquez. It is, along with José Pablo Moncayo's Huapango, Carlos Chávez's Sinfonia India and Silvestre Revueltas' Sensemaya, one of the most popular and most frequently performed orchestral Mexican contemporary classical music compositions. Danzón No. 2 gained great popularity worldwide when the Simón Bolívar Youth Orchestra of Venezuela under Gustavo Dudamel included it on their programme for their 2007 European and American tour.

    Written for full orchestra, the piece features solos for clarinet, oboe, piano, violin, trumpet, and piccolo. The piece has also gained an important spot in the modern concert band literature through Oliver Nickel's arrangement.

    Danzón No. 2 was commissioned by the National Autonomous University of Mexico and was premiered in 1994 in Mexico City by the Orchestra Filarmonica de la UNAM under the direction of Francisco Savin. The rhythmic interest in the piece is maintained through the use of varying accents and tempi. This staple of the contemporary Mexican music literature expresses and reflects on the dance style named danzón, which has its origins in Cuba but is a very important part of the folklore of the Mexican state of Veracruz. The music was inspired by a visit to a ballroom in Veracruz.

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