"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.
It represents the most extensive collection of Latin American Piano Music ever recorded. Stop website music by clicking on play/pause button at the top of the page or wait until music ends



PIANO MUSIC FROM LATIN AMERICA, Vol.1 Click on link to download CD, or tracks:


CUBA:                    
 
1.  Danza Negra by Ernesto Lecuona 
2.  Y la negra bailaba! by Ernesto Lecuona
3.  La Comparsa by Ernesto Lecuona



COLOMBIA:           
 
4.  Intermezzo No.1 by Luis A. Calvo
5.  Intermezzo No.2 by Luis A. Calvo
6.  Malvaloca by Luis A. Calvo
7.  Entusiasmo by Luis A. Calvo


VENEZUELA:         
 
8. Joropo by Moises Moleiro


BRAZIL:                 
 
9. The Porcelain Doll by Heitor Villa-Lobos
10. The Rag Doll by Heitor Villa-Lobos
11. O Polichinelo by Heitor Villa-Lobos


ARGENTINA:         
 
12. Dance of the Old Herdsman by Alberto Ginastera
13. Dance of the Beautiful Maiden
14. Dance of the Arrogant Cowboy by Alberto Ginastera



PIANO MUSIC FROM LATIN AMERICA, Vol.2 Click on link to download CD, or tracks:



DOMINICAN REPUBLIC:     
 
1.  Prelude No.5  by Rafael Landestoy
2. Jugueteando by Rafael Landestoy
3.  Marionetas I by Rafael Landestoy
4.  Vals de Las Ninfas by Rafael Landestoy


PUERTO RICO:       
 
5.  No me toques by Juan Morel Campos
6.  La Olimpia by Juan Morel Campos
7.  La Incognita by Juan Morel Campos


MEXICO:                 
 
8.  Preludio No. 1 by Carlos Chavez
9.  Preludio No. 5 by Carlos Chavez
10. Preludio No. 8 by Carlos Chavez


CHILE:                     
 
11. Dolora No. 1 by Alfonso Leng
12. Dolora No. 2 by Alfonso Leng
13. Dolora No. 3 by Alfonso Leng


BOLIVIA:                 
 
14.  Aire Indio No. 5 by Eduardo Caba
15.  Bailecito by Raul Barraguan
16.  El Sueño de la Ñusta by Humberto Iporre
                  

 
PIANO MUSIC FROM LATIN AMERICA, Vol.3 Click on link to download CD, or tracks:


CUBA:                     
 
1.  Ayes del Alma by Manuel Saumell
2.  Pero Por Que? by Manuel Saumell
3.  La Tedezco by Manuel Saumell
4.  La Niña Bonita by Manuel Saumell


ECUADOR:             
 
5. Articulo 8 Del Codigo Civil by Sixto Duran
6. Lagrima Indiana by Sixto Duran
7. El Espantapajaros by Gerardo Guevara


PERU:                     
 
8. Suite (I. Allegretto) by Roberto Carpio
9. Suite (II. Andantino) by Roberto Carpio
10. Suite (III. Allegro Animato) by Roberto Carpio

11. Nocturno by Roberto Carpio


PARAGUAY:           
 
12. Danza Paraguaya No.1 by Agustin Barrios (arr. Soderberg)
13.  Mazurka Sarita (arr. Soderberg)

 
URUGUAY:           
 
14.  Preludio Pampeano: I. Ritmos by Alfonso Broqua
15.  Habanera by Philippe Courras


PIANO MUSIC FROM LATIN AMERICA, Vol.4. Click on link to download CD, or tracks
(Recently Released)

HAITI: 
1.  La Dangereuse by Ludovic Lamothe


JAMAICA:

2.  Jamaican Dance No. 2 by Oswald Russell
3.  Papillons by Oswald Russell


CURACAO
4. Nostalgia by Wim Statius Muller
5. Chuchubi by Wim Statius Muller


COSTA RICA
Añoranza para piano by Benjamin Gutierrez
7. Danza de la Pena Negra by Benjamin Gutierrez


GUATEMALA
8. Fiesta de Pajaros by Jesus Castillo


MEXICO
9. Preludio Tragico by Manuel Ponce


COLOMBIA
10. Oracion by Carlos Vieco Ortiz
11. La Raza by Carlos Vieco Ortiz

 
VENEZUELA
12. A Gypsy Soul by Cecilia Yibirin
13. Dancing in the Sands of Playa Grande by Cecilia Yibirin
14. Carupano's Market by Cecilia Yibirin




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

CUBA
PUERTO RICO
PANAMA
EL SALVADOR
VENEZUELA

BRAZIL
CHILE

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