Latin-American Classics

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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.

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

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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-watch.

Tracklist:
0:00:00 Huapango
0:08:11 Danzón No. 2
0:17:37 Tocatta Bachiana y Pajarillo Aldemaroso
0:26:58 Janitzio
0:34:31 Four Dances from Estancia: Los trabajadores agrícolas
0:37:29 Four Dances from Estancia: Danza del trigo
0:40:31 Four Dances from Estancia: Los peones de hacienda
0:42:30 Four Dances from Estancia: Danza final (malambo)
0:46:11 Kanaima
0:50:59 Batuque

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