Guastavino: Se equivocó la paloma

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Melodías de (in)dependencia

Melodías de (in)dependencia

Canciones de México y Argentina


Galindo:

Arrullo - Cradle song

Ginastera:

Cinco canciones populares argentinas Op. 10

Grever:

Despedida

Guastavino:

Cuatro canciones argentinas (1949)

Cita

Bonita rama de sauce

Pampamapa

La siempre viva

La tempranera

Se equivocó la paloma

La rosa y el sauce

Moreno, S:

Cancion del najanjo seco

Revueltas:

Cinco canciones de niños

Velázquez, C:

Besame Mucho


Gerardo Garciacano (baritone) & Alexandra Goloubitskaia (piano)

This CD combines songs that - in different ways - illustrate the lively back and forth between the influence of European traditions and that of Latin American folklore on the composition of art songs in Argentina and Mexico.

Telos Music - TLS1011

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Italia 1600 Argentina 1900

Italia 1600 Argentina 1900


Broschi, R:

Son qual nave (insertion aria for Hasse's Artaserse)

Caccini, G:

Tu ch'hai le penne, amore

Guastavino:

Se equivocó la paloma

Handel:

Lascia ch'io pianga (from Rinaldo)

No se emendará jamás, HWV 140

Tu del ciel ministro eletto (Il Triompho del Tempo e del Disinganno)

Monteverdi:

Libro Nono di Magrigali e Canzonette: Si dolce è'l tormento

Paisiello:

Nel cor più non mi sento

Piazzólla:

Milonga en ay menor (Letra de Horacio Ferrer)

Porpora:

Alto Giove (from Polifemo)

Son fra l'onde, (Gli Orti Esperidi)

Villa-Lobos:

Bachianas Brasileiras No. 5: Aria (Cantilena)

Vivaldi:

Come in vano il mar irato (from Catone in Utica)

Dite, oimè! Ditelo, al fine (from La Fida Ninfa)


Veronica Cangemi (soprano)

Una Stella Ensemble

Verónica Cangemi was born in Mendoza, Argentina and was a cellist in the Mendoza Symphonic Orchestra before winning both the National Singing Competition in Argentina and the Francisco Viñas Competition in Barcelona. Her first European performance was in Gluck’s Armide with Les Musiciens du Louvre. She has concentrated largely on Mozart and the Baroque repertoire, working with such directors and ensembles as Giovanni Antonini, Ivor Bolton, William Christie, Adam Fischer, Nikolaus Harnoncourt, René Jacobs, Ton Koopman, Sir Neville Marriner and Zubin Mehta.

The Baroque pieces on the album contain highly virtuosic music by composers like Nicola Porpora that would have been performed by the great castrato Farinelli, as well as arias by Vivaldi and Handel renowned for their challenging vocal lines. The Latin flavour of the disc is complemented by the inclusion of 20th century pieces by Piazzolla, Guastavino and Villa-Lobos all of whom hail from Cangemi’s native South America.

Naive - OP30466

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Flores Argentinas

Flores Argentinas

Canciones de Carlos Guastavino


Guastavino:

Bonita rama de sauce

Pampamapa

La rosa y el sauce

Se equivocó la paloma

Mi viña de Chapanay

Hermano

Anhelo

Cita

Milonga de dos Hermanos

Pueblito, mi pueblo, Cancion Argentina (1957)

El Sampedrino

Abismo de sed

Ordinario rosal

Préstame tu pañuelito

Préstame tu pañuelito

Por los campos verdes

Balada

Flores Argentinas

Seis Canciones de Cuna

Cuatro canciones argentinas (1949)


Dalton Baldwin (piano), Desiree Halac (mezzo-soprano)

Argentinian-born Désirée Halac presents a beautifully performed recital of songs by Carlos Guastavino. The obituary written for The Guardian called Guastavino the most quietly distinctive voice in 20th century Argentinian music. His distillation of local folk elements into an avowedly romantic-nationalist idiom was unique and markedly different from his colleagues. Guastavino wrote some 300 works, more than half of them the delightful songs, often winsome or tinged with sadness, on which his reputation rests.

“Guastavino surely deserves greater recognition in North America. His easily accessible music bridges the gap between the...populism of Astor Piazzolla and the austere academicism of Alberto Ginastera. ...Ms. Halac...is so assured, so comfortable in her delivery...that one wonders why we have never heard her on record before” American Record Guide

“Halac sounds at home in this music and never tries to overplay its fragile charms. ...This is a lovely recital and I hope it makes both the music of Carlos Guastavino and the voice of Desirée Halac better known.” MusicWeb International

Albany - TROY1023

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Asturiana

Asturiana

Highly melodic and atmospheric ‘songs without words’ by Spanish and Argentinean composers De Falla, Granados, Ginastera, Guastavino, Montsalvatge and Buchardo, transcribed by Kashkashian and Levin


Buchardo:

Prendiditos la mano

Oye mi llanto

Falla:

Asturiana (No. 3 from Siete canciones populares españolas)

Siete Canciones populares españolas

Ginastera:

Triste

Granados:

Tonadillas: No. 8, El mirar de la maja

Tonadillas: No. 5, El majo olvidado

Tonadillas: No. 3, La maja dolorosa

Tonadillas: No. 4, El majo discreto

Guastavino:

La Rosa

Se equivocó la paloma

Abismo de sed

Pampamapa

Bonita rama de sauce

La rosa y el sauce

Montsalvatge:

Canción negra No. 4, Cancion de cuna para dormir a un negrito

Canción negra No. 3, Chévere

Canción negra No. 1, Cuba dentro de un piano

Canción negra No. 2, Punto de Habanera (Siglo XVIII)


Kim Kashkashian (viola) & Robert Levin (piano)

“It looks like a standard song recital, yet it's played on the viola. …the opening excerpt from Falla's Seven Popular Songs… turns up later in its usual context to hypnotic effect: slower than would be singable, and so contemplative that it sounds like Arvo Pärt. The sense of concentration, with minute inflections of line and timbre in which the pianist is caught up too, continues into the ensuing Granados set.” BBC Music Magazine, December 2007 *****

“The performances deceive the ear into thinking these idiomatic arrangements are instrumental originals.” Gramophone Magazine, November 2007

ECM New Series - 4766149

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Songs from Latin America

Songs from Latin America


Bor, M:

Triptico sobre Poesía Cubana

Estrada, L:

Siempre

La Rosa y tu

Ginastera:

Cinco canciones populares argentinas Op. 10

Guastavino:

La rosa y el sauce

Bonita rama de sauce

Se equivocó la paloma

Lecuona:

Canción del amor triste

Señor Jardinero

La señora Luna

Quiero ser hombre

Sas:

Seis Cantos Indios del Peru

Valencia:

Tres dias hace que Nina dormida en su lecho está

Villa-Lobos:

Modinhas e Canções (6)


Marina Tafur (soprano), Nigel Foster (piano)

Lorelt - LNT112

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Teresa Berganza: South American Songs

Teresa Berganza: South American Songs


Braga:

O'Kinimba

Capim di Pranta

Nigue-Nigue-Ninhas

Sao Joao-da-ra-rao

Engenho Novo

A Casinha Pequenina

Guastavino:

Milonga de dos Hermanos

Hermano

Mi viña de Chapanay

La rosa y el sauce

Pampamapa

Se equivocó la paloma

Abismo de sed

Villa-Lobos:

Viola Quebrada

Adeus Ema

Canção do poeta do seculo XVIII

Samba/Desejo

Xango


Teresa Berganza (mezzo-soprano) Juan Antonio Alvarez-Parejo (piano)

Claves - 508401

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Con Amores: A Recital of Spanish & Portuguese Songs

Con Amores: A Recital of Spanish & Portuguese Songs


Anchieta:

Con amores, la mi madre

Braga:

Capim di Pranta

Sao Joao-da-ra-rao

Engenho Novo

Campos-Pars:

El Silencio

La Noches

Esta Sombra Tuya

Guastavino:

Hermano

La rosa y el sauce

Abismo de sed

Se equivocó la paloma

Pampamapa

Guridi Bidaola:

Llámale con el pañuelo - ¡Como quieres que adivine!

Mananita de San Jual

Mena:

A la caza sus a caza

Morales, C:

De ante quera sale el moro

Mudarra:

Triste estaba el rey David

Torre, F:

Pampano Verde

Turina:

Olas Gigantes

Tu Pupila es Azul

Besa el Aura


Carmen Balthrop (soprano), Robert McCoy (piano)

“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” Fanfare

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Carlos Guastavino: Piano Music

Carlos Guastavino: Piano Music


Guastavino:

Romance del Plata

Romancos argentinos (for 2 pianos)

Bailecito (1940)

Gato (1940)

Llanura

Se equivocó la paloma

La Siesta. Tres Preludios (1952)

Las Presencias (1961)


Duo Moreno-Capelli

Marco Polo Latin-American Classics - 8223462

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Argentinian Songs

Argentinian Songs


Buchardo:

Canción del carretero

Prendiditos la mano

Ginastera:

Canción al Arbol del Olvido

Canción del beso robado

Cinco canciones populares argentinas Op. 10

Guastavino:

Cuatro canciones argentinas (1949)

Cita

Se equivocó la paloma

La rosa y el sauce

Pueblito, mi pueblo (1941)

Jurafsky:

Copla


Raúl Giménez (tenor), Nina Walker (piano)

Raúl Giménez presents a panorama of popular twentieth century songs by composers of his native Argentina. These songs have their roots in Argentinian folk-idioms and in the simple lyricism of country life, and most are written 'in popular style'. The fresh, rustic harmonies of Buchardo complement the strongly rhythmic elements reflecting popular dance rhythms which characterize the selections of Guastavino. This reverence for tradition is continued in the songs of Ginastera with their clear references to fast dance rhythms, but it is overlayed by a melodic inventiveness which is essentially modern.

Nimbus - NI5107

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