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Spanish/Latin

2202 Santiago Rodriguez Plays Ginastera




Track List


  • 01. Alberto Ginastera: Piano Sonata No.1 Op. 22 I. Allegro Marcato
  • 02. Ginastera: Piano Sonata No.1 Op. 22 II. Presto Misterioso
  • 03. Ginastera: Piano Sonata No.1 Op. 22 III. Adagio Molto Appassionato
  • 04. Ginastera: Piano Sonata No.1 Op. 22 IV. Ruvido Ed Ostinato
  • 05. Alberto Ginastera: Piano Sonata No.2 Op. 53 I. Allegramente
  • 06. Ginastera: Piano Sonata No.2 Op. 53 II. Adagio Sereno-Scorrevole-Ripresa Dell Adagio
  • 07. Ginastera: Piano Sonata No.2 Op. 53 III. Ostinato Ayamara
  • 08. Alberto Ginastera: Rondo On Argentine Childrens Songs For Piano Op. 19
  • 09. Alberto Ginastera: Danzas Argentinas 3 Pieces For Piano Op. 2 I. Danza Del Viejo Boyero
  • 10. Ginastera: Danzas Argentinas 3 Pieces For Piano Op. 2 II. Danza De La Moza Donosa
  • 11. Ginastera: Danzas Argentinas 3 Pieces For Piano Op. 2 III. Danza Del Gaucho Matrero
  • 12. Ginastera: Milonga For Piano Arranged From Canci N Del Arbol Olvido Op.3
  • 13. Alberto Ginastera: American Preludes For Piano Op. 12 Triste
  • 14. Ginastera: American Preludes For Piano Op. 12 Tribute To Aaron Copland
  • 15. Ginastera: American Preludes For Piano Op. 12 Tribute To Juan Jose Castro
  • 16. Ginastera: American Preludes For Piano Op. 12 Danza Criolla
  • 17. Ginastera: American Preludes For Piano Op. 12 Tribute To Roberto Garcia Morillo - Pastorale
  • 18. Isaac Albeniz: Mallorca (Barcarola) For Piano In F Sharp Minor Op. 202 B. 41
  • 19. Isaac Albeniz: Serenata Espanola For Piano In D Flat Major Op. 181 B. 39
  • 20. Manuel de Falla: Asturiana
  • 21. Enrique Granados: Spanish Dance No. 5
  • 22. Joaquin Ruvo: La Nina Duerme (for Biasha)


Review

"…Ginastera's brilliantly incisive music might have been written for the special talents of this pianist. The lyrical and percussive extremes of the composer's distinctive style fully exploit Rodriguez' remarkable combination of introspective, poetic delicacy and explosive virtuosity."

---Peter G. Davis --New York Magazine


Ginastera: Sonata No. 1; Sonata No. 2 (world premiere recording)
Three Argentine Dances; Six American Preludes
also works By Albeniz, Falla, Granados, and Ruvo

2204 Fernando Sor: Lawrence Johnson, Guitar




Review

INTRODUCING THE ARTIST:

Lawrence Johnson has studied with some of the greatest masters of the classical guitar including Andrés Segovia, Christopher Parkening, Ida Presti and Alexander Lagoya, and Oscar Ghiglia. The leading international authority on Sor, Brian Jeffery, remarks on his "eloquent playing." In the last several years, Mr. Johnson has decided to specialize on the music of Fernando Sor and is currently recording his complete guitar works. ÉLAN is pleased to release highlights from this remarkable cycle.

CRITICAL ACCLAIM:

"...Johnson interprets the material from a Romantic perspective, presenting familiar material in a new light, and breathing life into the works that have remained obscure for so long. Over the album's 73 minutes, Johnson holds your attention with intriguing musical ideas and superb playing..."



Grand Sonata in C, Op. 22; Nine Etudes from Op. 6;
Variations in C, Op. 11A; Three Minuets from Op. 11B

2206 Spanish Album




Track List


  • 01. Manuel de Falla Spanish pieces (4), for piano, G. 37
  • 02. Manuel de Falla Nocturno, for piano, G. 3
  • 03. Antonio Soler Fandango for keyboard in D minor, No 146
  • 04. Joaquín Turina Exaltación, for orchestra (or piano) (Danzas fantásticas No. 1), Op. 22/1
  • 05. Joaquín Turina Ensueño, for orchestra (or piano) (Danzas fantásticas No. 2), Op. 22/2
  • 06. Joaquín Turina Orgía, for orchestra (or piano) (Danzas fantásticas No. 3), Op. 22/3
  • 07. Ernesto Lecuona Córdoba, for piano
  • 08. Ernesto Lecuona Andalucía, song


Review

"…One of the most charming and enjoyable piano records around is a look at some Spanish (and Cuban) piano music played by Santiago Rodriguez. Mr. Rodriguez is a polished convincing exponent of this material...he applies a lovely patina to his playing."

---Harold C. Schoenberg -- The New York Times


Falla: Piezas españoles; Soler: Fandango; Turina: Danzas fantásticas; Lecuona: Suite Andalucia

2208 Con Amores - Spanish and Portuguese songs

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Track List


  • 01. Juan De Anchieta - Con Amores
  • 02. Francisco De La Torre - Pampano Verde
  • 03. Christobal De Morales - De Antequera sale...
  • 04. Alonso De Mudarra - Triste estaba el Rey...
  • 05. Gabriel Mena - A la Caza
  • 06. Jesus Guridi - Llamale can el Panuelo
  • 07. Jesus Guridi - Mananita de San Jual
  • 08. Joaquim Turina - Olas Gigantes
  • 09. Joaquim Turina - Tu Pupila es Azul
  • 10. Joaquim Turina - Besa el Aura
  • 11. Hector Campor-Parsi - El Silencio
  • 12. Hector Campor-Parsi - La Noches
  • 13. Hector Campor-Parsi - Esta Sombra Tuya
  • 14. Carlos Guastavino - Hermano
  • 15. Carlos Guastavino - La Rosa y el Sauce
  • 16. Carlos Guastavino - Abismo de Sed
  • 17. Carlos Guastavino - Se Equivoco la Paloma
  • 18. Carlos Guastavino - Pampamapa
  • 19. Francisco Ernani Braga - Capim di Pranta
  • 20. Francisco Ernani Braga - Sao Joao
  • 21. Francisco Ernani Braga - Engenho Novo!


Review

INTRODUCING THE ARTISTS:

Cuarteto Latinoamericano was formed in 1981 on the initiative of four outstanding Latin American musicians: brothers Saul Bitran, violinist; Aron Bitran, violinist; Alvaro Bitran, cellist; and Javier Montiel, violist. Since then, the ensemble has performed extensively in Mexico, Eastern and Western Europe, Scandinavia, South America and the United States. The quartet has special interest in the works by Latin America composer of all periods, and has premiered many string quartets written specifically for them. Reviews of their performances of the traditional, contemporary, and Latin American repertoires have praised the quartet's technical command, warmth, musicality, versatility, and enthusiasm. It is this ability to render with equal success new compositions and traditional masterpieces of the string quartet repertoire that makes the Cuarteto Latinoamericano unique. The members of the quartet are Artists-in-Residence at Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA.

CRITICAL ACCLAIM:

"...an intelligently selected program of Latin American string quartets...the Cuarteto Latinoamericano is unquestionably the best-sounding quartet ensemble I have ever heard coming from this part of the world. It has a clean, tight ensemble, startling luxuriance of tone, and the delightful collective habit of playing cleaning on pitch...strongly recommended" -- John Wiser --Fanfare



Carmen Balthrop, Soprano; Robert McCoy, Pianist
Songs by Turina, Braga, Gurildi, Guastavino and Campos-Parsi

2222 Ginastera: Variaciones concertantes




Track List


  • 01. Castelnuovo-Tedesco - Piano Concerto No.1 In G Op.46 I. Allegro Giusto
  • 02. Castelnuovo-Tedesco - Piano Concerto No.1 In G Op.46 II. Andantino Alla Romanza
  • 03. Castelnuovo-Tedesco - Piano Concerto No.1 In G Op.46 III. Vivo E Festoso
  • 04. Carlos Surinach - Concertino For Piano Strings And Cymbals I. Allegro
  • 05. Carlos Surinach - Concertino For Piano Strings And Cymbals II. Andante
  • 06. Carlos Surinach - Concertino For Piano Strings And Cymbals III. Vivace
  • 07. Alberto Ginastera - Variaciones Concertantes Tema Per Violoncello Ed Arpa
  • 08. Alberto Ginastera - Variaciones Concertantes Interludio Per Corde
  • 09. Alberto Ginastera - Variaciones Concertantes Variazione Giocosa Per Flauto
  • 10. Alberto Ginastera - Variaciones Concertantes Variazione In Modo Di Scherzo Per Clarinetto
  • 11. Alberto Ginastera - Variaciones Concertantes Variazione Drammatica Per Viola
  • 12. Alberto Ginastera - Variaciones Concertantes Ripresa Dal Tema Per Contrabasso
  • 13. Alberto Ginastera - Variaciones Concertantes Variazione Canonica Per Oboe E Fagooto
  • 14.Alberto Ginastera - Variaciones Concertantes Variazione Ritmica Per Tromba E Tombone
  • 15. Alberto Ginastera - Variaciones Concertantes, Variazione in modo di Moto perpetuo per Violino
  • 16. Alberto Ginastera - Variaciones Concertantes Variazione Pastorale Per Corno
  • 17. Alberto Ginastera - Variaciones Concertantes Interludio Per Fiatti
  • 18. Alberto Ginastera - Variaciones Concertantes, Variazione finale in modo di Rondo per Orchestra


Review

INTRODUCING THE ARTIST:

George Manahan is presently the Music Director of the Richmond Symphony/Sinfonia. Only the third person to occupy the podium in its 30-year history, Mr. Manahan is formerly an Exxon/Arts Endowment Conductor. He has served as Acting Music Director of the New Jersey Symphony and was previously that orchestra's Associate Conductor. He has also served as Principal Conductor of the Minnesota Opera and Music Director of the New York City Opera National Company. He has guest conducted the Minnesota Orchestra, the Rochester Philharmonic, the New Orleans Philharmonic, the Florida Symphony and the opera companies of Baltimore, Dallas, Santa Fe, Hawaii, and Seattle. A native of Atlanta, George Manahan received his formal training at the Manhattan School of Music and was appointed to the faculty upon his graduation. He was also the recipient of a Juilliard Fellowship in conducting.



Santiago Rodriguez, Pianist, Richmond Sinfonia, George Manahan, conductor;
Ginastera: Variacionces Concertantes;
Castelnuovo-Tedesco: Piano Concerto No. 1. Op. 92; (world premiere recording);
Surinach: Concertino for Piano, Strings, and Cymbals, (world premiere recording);

82270 Ginastera: String Quartets, Cuarteto Latinoamericano,




Review

INTRODUCING THE ARTISTS:

Cuarteto Latinoamericano was formed in 1981 on the initiative of four outstanding Latin American musicians: brothers Saul Bitran, violinist; Aron Bitran, violinist; Alvaro Bitran, cellist; and Javier Montiel, violist. Since then, the ensemble has performed extensively in Mexico, Eastern and Western Europe, Scandinavia, South America and the United States. The quartet has special interest in the works by Latin American composer of all periods, and has premiered many string quartets written specifically for them. Reviews of their performances of the traditional, contemporary, and Latin American repertoires have praised the quartet's technical command, warmth, musicality, versatility, and enthusiasm. It is this ability to render with equal success new compositions and traditional masterpieces of the string quartet repertoire that makes the Cuarteto Latinoamericano unique. The members of the quartet are Artists-in-Residence at Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA.

Soprano Claudia Montiel was born in Mexico City and studied piano and voice at the National School of Music. She has performed with Repertorio Español and the Amato Opera Company, and in solo recitals in both the United States and Mexico. In 1993 Ms. Montiel was awarded first place in the Carlo Morelli Vocal Competition at the Palace of Fine Arts in Mexico City.



String Quartet No. 1, Op. 20;
String Quartet No. 2, Op. 26;
String Quartet No. 3, Op. 40 with Claudia Montiel, soprano

82272 La Música de Cuba, Volume 1




Review

INTRODUCING THE ARTIST:

The son of Cuban immigrants, Rodolfo Brito has worked extensively to promote Cuban and Latin American music and is considered one of the foremost interpreters of Cuban composer René Touzet, who was as associate and close friend of Ernesto Lecuona. Mr. Brito made his concert debut at age 15, performing with the Florida International Symphony Orchestra. He has also appeared with the Orquesta Sinfónica Naciónal de México. A member of the music faculty of both the New World School of the Arts and Miami-Dade Community College, Mr. Brito has toured extensively as recitalist and teacher in the eastern United States. Ha has also made guest appearances at the Organization of American States in Washington, D.C., and on the NBC television network. Rodolfo Brito attended the Cincinnati Conservatory and the University of Maryland, where he studied with Santiago Rodriguez and Roy Hamlin Johnson and won various performance honors.

CRITICAL ACCLAIM:

"...Brito gives a masterful interpretation leaving no doubt to his command of the instrument..."



Ernesto Lecuona: The Music For Piano; Rudolfo Brito, Pianist
Ante el Escorial; Danzas Afro-Cubanas; A la Antigua; Crisantemo
Vals; Vals Azul; Danzas Cubanas; Cordoba, Malageña from Andalucia Suite; Siboney/Noche Azul;
Touzet: Recordando al Maestro

82274 La Música de Cuba, Volume 2




Review

INTRODUCING THE ARTIST:

Born in Camagüey, Cuba in 1963, Rubén Peláez began piano lessons with his mother at the age of six. He continued his studies at the music school in his native province and graduated with degrees in music and piano from the Instituto Superior de Arte in Havana. Mr. Peláez emigrated to the United States in 1987 and settled in Miami where he had further lessons with Cuban pianist Teresa Escandón. It was during this time that he entered a number of international competitions including the Marguerite Long Competition in Paris and the Palm Beach Invitational where he was a finalist. He has participated in master classes with André Watts, Roberto Urbay, Jorge Luis Prats, Valerie Kastelsky, and Harold Gramatge. He was awarded a full scholarship at the University of Maryland where he is currently completing his doctoral studies with Santiago Rodriguez. Rubén Peláez has performed with orchestra and in recital on numerous occasions, both in Cuba and in the United States.

.CRITICAL ACCLAIM:

"...Peláez' performances are snappy...for fanciers of this music, this CD is essential..." James Miller Fanfare



Ignacio Cervantes: The Danzas For Piano; Rubén Pelåez, Pianist
The complete Danzas For Piano

82282 La Música de Cuba, Volume III; Elias Barreiro, Guitar

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Review

INTRODUCING THE ARTIST:

Guitarist Elias Barreiro was born in Santiago de Cuba in 1930 and studied at the Havana Conservatory of Music. His post-graduate work was with Maestro Andrés Segovia at Santiago de Campostela in Spain. He has performed extensively in Cuba and abroad as a recitalist, as soloist with orchestra, and with chamber ensembles. Mr. Barreiro has edited and arranged scores for over 35 books on guitar music and has numerous recordings to his credit. He has been a member of juries at both national and international competitions and recipient of the 1992 Mentor Award given by the Guitar Foundation of America. Since 1967, Elias Barreiro has been head of the guitar program at Tulane University, New Orleans, LA.

CRITICAL ACCLAIM:

"...in Barreiro's hands they become exquisite miniatures, played with charming warmth and commitment..."-- Peter Spencer Newark Star-Ledger



Selections by Saumell, Cervantes, Varona, Ankermann, Fuentes,
Romero, Coca, and Moren

82286 Latin American String Quartets, Cuarteto Latinoamericano




Villa-Lobos: String Quartet No. 5; String Quartet No.17;
Revueltas: String Quartet No.4 - Musica de Feria
Orbón: String Quartet (world premiere recording)
Lavista: Reflejos de la Noche (world premiere recording)

82288 Albénz, Iberia, Pola Baytelman, Pianist (2 CD set)




Review

INTRODUCING THE ARTIST:

Chilean-born Pola Baytelman made her debut with the Chilean Symphony Orchestra at the age of seventeen. She has since performed extensively as a soloist with orchestras, in chamber music concerts and in solo recitals in major US cities including Boston, Chicago, New York, San Francisco and in the Albany Schenectady-Saratoga area where she lives. She recently returned from the People's Republic of China where she gave a series of recitals and master classes. Her performances have been broadcast on radio and television in Chile, Australia, the United States, the Czech Republic and China. Pola Baytelman received her formal training at the University of Chile's National Conservatory where she studied with Cristina Herrera. She came to the United States under a Fulbright grant and attended the New England Conservatory in Boston. Her teachers in the United States include Russell Sherman at the New England Conservatory and Nancy Garrett at the University of Texas. Austin. She has also studied with Menahem Pressler and Claude Frank. Ms. Baytelman has long been associated with the music of Isaac Albéniz and the score used in this recording is an edition made by her following extensive research from the original manuscript. Her book on Albéniz' piano music was published by Harmonie Park Press (1993). Pola Baytelman is Artist-in-Residence at Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, NY.



Albéniz: Iberia (complete); Two Pavanas;
also Ginastera: Three Argentine Dances; Milonga; Malambo

82294 Alma Cubana - La Música de Cuba, Volume IV:




Review

INTRODUCING THE ARTISTS:

The name of Bobby Jiménez is forever linked with the great traditions of classic popular Cuban songs. Throughout his long and successful career, Bobby has demonstrated his versatility and gift for communicating in English, French, Italian, and Portuguese, the most beautiful musical creations of these countries. However, it is his direct link to, and admiration for, the great composers of his native Cuba which have enabled him to interpret an extensive repertoire of Cuban music encompassing many styles and many decades.

Bobby attended the Conservatorio Municipal in his native Havana and studied vocal arts privately with Maria Fantolli, Edelmire de Zayas and Iris Burguet. Additionally, he was coached by several well-known artists, including Isolina Carrillo, composer of Dos Gardenias. He emigrated to the United States in 1985 and settled in Miami where he performed in the Cuban zarzuela Maria La O by Ernesto Lecuona under the direction of Marta Pérez in the Zarzuela Theater La Sociedad ProArte Grateli. He was also a well-known artist in local cabarets and appeared frequently on Spanish television programs. He moved to Washington, D.C. In 1989 and has given numerous concerts in the area including concerts at the State Department, and as a featured artist during the celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month.

Born in Havana, Cuba, Bibiana Borroto began guitar lessons at the age of eight. Her father's support was instrumental to her acceptance at Havana's Municipal Music Conservatory Alejandro Garcia Caturla. She continued her music studies at Havana's national School of Music, participating in guitar and chorus competitions and concerts. Under the tutelage of maestro Victor Pellegrini, she graduated with Music and Classical Guitar degrees from Havana's Superior Institute of Art. On numerous occasions she has performed in international guitar festivals. She has participated in master classes with maestros Ichiro Suzuki, Costas Cotsiolis, Leo Brower and Rey Guerra among others. She has appeared in concert as a duo with classical guitarist Luis Manuel Molina. Ms. Borroto emigrated to the United States in 1988, settling in Miami where she also received master classes from virtuoso guitarist Manuel Barreuco at Florida International University. Together with Bobby Jiménez, she has appeared as a guest artist at the State department and also as a featured artist during the celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month.



A collection of popular songs: Bobby Jiménez,
Bibiana Borroto, Guitar
Selections by Portillo de la Luz, Porcel, Perdomo, Garay, Corona,
Simons, Grenet, Valdés, Carrillo, Sánchez de Fuentes, Ankermann, Alen, Lecuona, and Fornaris

82406 Piano Works of Carlos Chavez,




Track List


  • 1. Chavez - Ten Preludes - I. Andantino Espressivo
  • 2. Chavez - Ten Preludes - II. Vivace
  • 3. Chavez - Ten Preludes - III. Poco Mosso
  • 4. Chavez - Ten Preludes - IV. Animato
  • 5. Chavez - Ten Preludes - V. Cantabile
  • 6. Chavez - Ten Preludes - VI. Calmo
  • 7. Chavez - Ten Preludes - VII. Lento.
  • 8. Chavez - Ten Preludes - Viii. Vivo.
  • 9. Chavez - Ten Preludes - IX. Moderato Molto
  • 10. Chavez - Ten Preludes - X. Allegro
  • 11. Chavez - Piano Sonata No. 6 - I. Allegro
  • 12. Chavez - Piano Sonata No. 6 - II. Andantino
  • 13. Chavez - Piano Sonata No. 6 - III. Theme And Variations
  • 14. Chavez - Piano Sonata No. 2 I. Allegro Doloroso
  • 15. Chavez - Piano Sonata No. 2 II. Andante
  • 16. Chavez - Piano Sonata No. 2 III. Molto Inquieto
  • 17. Chavez - Seven Pieces I. Poligonos
  • 18. Chavez - Seven Pieces II. Solo
  • 19. Chavez - Seven Pieces III. 36
  • 20. Chavez - Seven Pieces IV. Blues
  • 21. Chavez - Seven Pieces V. Fox
  • 22. Chavez - Seven Pieces VI. Paisaje
  • 23. Chavez - Seven Pieces VII. Unidad
  • 24. Chavez - Five Caprichos I. Animato
  • 25. Chavez - Five Caprichos II. Lentissimo
  • 26. Chavez - Five Caprichos III. Vivo
  • 27. Chavez - Five Caprichos IV. Adagio
  • 28. Chavez - Five Caprichos V. Mosso


Hsuan-Ya Chen, Pianist (2 CD Set)
Ten Preludes; Piano No. 2; Piano Sonata No. 6; Seven Pieces; Five Caprichos

82418 Reina de las flores,




Track List


  • 01. Sindo Garay: La Tarde, bolero
  • 02. Andrés David Ramirez: Vals for guitar No. 2
  • 03. Sindo Garay: La Bayamesa, criolla
  • 04. Tomás León: La Reina del las flores, contradanza for piano
  • 05. Ernesto Nazareth: Coraçao que sente, waltz for piano
  • 06. Ignacio Cervantes: La tarde está amorosa, danza
  • 07. Carlos Amable Ortiz: Mis flores negras, passillo
  • 08. Manuel Saumell Robredo: La Matilde, contradanza
  • 09. Zequinha de Abreu: Tico-Tico no Fubá, for voice & ensemble
  • 10. Eduardo Sánchez de Fuentes: Corazón, canción
  • 11. Anonymous: Contradanza
  • 12. Anonymous: Suspiros del Chanchamayo, yaraví
  • 13. Tomás León: Yo se lo diré a usted, contradanza for piano
  • 14. Luís Casas Romero: El Mambí, criolla
  • 15. Andrés David Ramirez: Vals for guitar No. 1
  • 16. Angel Mislán: Tu y yo, danza
  • 17. Ariel Ramírez: Alfonsina y el mar, for guitar
  • 18. Angel Barrios Fernandez: Homenaje a Pergolesi, for guitar
  • 19. Manuel Ponce: Petite Valse for guitar


Review

Introducing the Artist

Elias Barreiro was born in Santiago de Cuba in 1930 and studied at the Havana Conservatory of Music. His post-graduate work was with maestro Andres Segovia at Santiago de Compostela in Spain. He has performed extensively in Cuba and abroad as a recitalist, soloist with orchestra, and with chamber ensembles.

Professor Barreiro has edited and arranged scores for over forty books on guitar music and has numerous recordings to his credit. He has been a member of juries at both national and international competitions, and was the recipient of the 1992 Mentor Award given by the Guitar Foundation of America.

Since 1967 Professor Barreiro has been the head of the guitar program at Tulane University. A number of his former students perform regularly in concerts, and hold faculty positions at universities and schools across the United States. Elias Barreiro has published works with Hansen Publications, the Willis Music Company, Editions Orphee, and now exclusively with Mel Bay Publications.

Two selections from Professor Barreiro's The Guitar Music of Cuba (MB96178BCD) were used as incidental music in the 2002 MGM film Original Sin starring Antonio Banderas and Angelina Jolie. Both pieces, "La Celosa" and "Un Recuerdo," were originally written for the piano by Cuban composer Ignacio Cervantes and transcribed and performed on the guitar by Professor Barriero.



Elias Barreiro, Guitar
Compositions by Garay, Ramirez, León, Nazareth, Cervantes, Ortiz,
Saumell, do Abreu, Sánchez de Fuentes, León, Romero, Barrios, Ponce




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