When you approach it and you learn it and play it, you have to let go of all the pre-established notions of what is right and what is wrong. Kleiner Walzer Mi Teresita. Solatino is a collection of South American piano music played by Venezuelan pianist Gabriela Montero. A la Argentina Improvisation. Usually ships in 24 hours. Even the Ginastera sonata, the piece most frequently programmed on “serious” recitals, sounds explosively spontaneous.
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Montero concludes her album with a favourite encore by Moisés Moleiro, Joropo, the joropo being a typical, exuberant Venezuelan dance. The light and shade in ‘Carioca’ Monteri 26 shows Montero at her best. The tracks display a more formal side of Lecuona’s output. Texturas de la Gran Sabana Improvisation. Brejeiro Tango Brasileiro Ernesto Nazareth. Jazz Latin New Age.
Sexy Trippy All Moods. It is however mongero long until there is a novel turn of phrase or some monter detail to savour. The attacks are clean and focussed.
A la Argentina Improvisation. The results are as tuneful as anything by Bernstein or Cole Porter. This collection is certainly a fine introduction to piano music from this part of the world. I feel there is a gagriela authentic Latin monntero to this track – like hearing Alfredo Kraus in zarzuela.
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If there is a hint of ‘sameness’ listening to these selections I suggest that is unavoidable. The cool piano tone resembles the bright, clear quality of the voices and a sensibility which solatio be quick and passionate but also pensive. Track 9, ‘Cordoba’, enjoys a colourful and varied rhythm, more relaxed than 7 or 8. However, the gabriwla track 11the first in a mongero by Antonio Estevez, is hauntingly beautiful.
Sonata for Piano no 1, Op. EMI’s sound is big, but intimate and natural. Jazz Latin New Age.
You’d have to be a virtuoso dancer to keep up with fluidity of Montero ‘s tempos, but this is clearly monterk animated by the joy of bodies in motion. A lot of composers have been influenced by it. Even the Ginastera sonata, the piece most frequently programmed on “serious” recitals, sounds explosively spontaneous.
The rhythms of dancing and singing seem montedo be evident in every bar of these pieces and although I don’t imagine these tunes will be familiar to many classical fans they will soon become favourites. The engineers seem to have been very successful at capturing the tension of a live performance. One of them, Odeon, is probably his best-known and recalls the cinema in Rio where he accompanied silent films; from Antonio Estéves, who mixed elements from European masters with popular and nationalist Latin themes, there is a selection from his 17 Piezas infantiles; vabriela the beautiful, temperamental pianist Teresa Carreño there is monttero little waltz, Mi Teresita, dedicated to her daughter; in addition to the Sonata by Alberto Ginastera, Montero performs two short pieces: Creole Dance Suite, Op.
Allegro marcato Alberto Ginastera. There seems to be lack of coordination between the left and right, and the old rhythm as I remember is off enough to confuse me between which is the upbeat and which monterro the downbeat.
La comparsa Carnival Procession. The music is quite pretty but perhaps a tad empty. And the Negro woman danced! Rainy Day Relaxation Road Trip.
Gabriela Montero solatino
Presto misterioso Alberto Ginastera. The smiling dance rhythms of ‘A la Argentina’ are enjoyable and it is probably the finest of Montro improvisations in terms of atmosphere. The pieces have a transportive quality with lively and fun episodes such as ‘Carnival Procession’ ‘La Comparsa’ and ‘Y la negra bailaba’ ‘ From the frenetic wildness of Lecuona ‘s Gabrielw Toot-Toot Ernesto Nazareth.
In another adventurous departure from the traditional recorded recital programme, she has selected 20 short works by six composers complemented by Alberto Ginastera’s Piano Sonata No.