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"PIANO MUSIC FROM LATIN AMERICA"

Latin America and the Caribbean is comprised by 33 countries. "Piano Music from Latin America" is a recording project that will include piano works by composers from most of the 33 countries. This represents the most extensive and comprehensive collection of Latin American Piano Music ever recorded.

Listen to any of the following musical treasures:

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COLOMBIA: Intermezzo No.2 by Luis A. Calvo

VENEZUELA: Joropo by Moises Moleiro

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC: Romantico by Rafael Landestoy

CUBA:  La Comparsa by Ernesto Lecuona

MEXICO:  Preludio No. 5 by Carlos Chavez

CHILE:  Dolora No. 2 by Alfonso Leng

 

BOLIVIA: Aire Indio No. 5 by Eduardo Caba

ARGENTINA: Danza del Gaucho matrero by Alberto Ginastera

 

BRAZIL: The Porcelain Doll by Heitor Villa-Lobos

 

PUERTO RICO: No me toques by Juan Morel Campos

PERU: Suite (III. Allegro animato) by Roberto Carpio

ECUADOR: El Espantapajaros by Gerardo Guevara

PARAGUAY: Paraguayan Dance No.1 by Agustin Barrios (arr. Soderberg)

URUGUAY: Habanera by Philippe Courras

CUBA: Ayes del Alma by Manuel Saumell

New tracks added regularly. Piano works from the following countries currently in Production:

HAITI

JAMAICA

CURAçAO

GUATEMALA

MEXICO

COLOMBIA

BRAZIL

ARGENTINA

                      

Enjoy the following videos:

BRAZIL: O Polichinelo by Heitor Villa-Lobos

PARAGUAY: Danza Paraguaya No. 1 by Agustin Barrios

I am happy to announce the "Piano Music from Latin America" recording collection featuring piano works by Latin American composers.

 

Check back regularly for new music tracks and videos as I "uncover" and "discover" musical treasures from

different Latin American countries.

 

For the last few years, I have made it a personal goal to make the Latin American repertoire better known   and appreciated to audiences worldwide. These musical treasures deserve to be heard in the International stage and I am constantly encouraging pianists and students to include this repertoire in their recitals.

 

 

 

    PICTURE FROM SINGAPORE, WORKING ON VILLA-LOBOS WITH STUDENT AT NATIONAL UNIVERSITY