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Miguel Chuaqui - Confabulario (2016)

10-09-2016, 16:41
2016 | Classical Music | FLAC / APE

Title: Confabulario
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Ravello Records
Genre: Classical, Modern Classical
Quality: FLAC (log,tracks+cue)
Total Time: 0:45:37
Total Size: 180 Mb


Confabulario (2012)
01. I. Rapsodia 05:33
02. II. Concertacion 08:46

03. Saturniana (2009) 08:40
04. Trance (2010) 11:11

Blues en el Corazon (2009)
05. I. Blues Claro 02:57
06. II. Blues Ronco 02:42
07. III. Blues Magico 05:46

Lisa Byrnes - Flute (tracks: 1, 2)
Robert Stephenson - Oboe (tracks: 1, 2)
Lee Livengood - Clarinet (tracks: 1, 2)
Lori Wike - Bassoon (tracks: 1, 2)
Stephen Proser - French Horn (tracks: 1, 2)
Donn Schaefer - Bass Baritone (track: 3)
Madeleine Shapiro - Cello (track: 4)
Marilyn Nonken - Piano (track: 5-7)

Miguel Chuaqui - Composer

Chilean-American composer Miguel Chuaqui presents beautifully crafted works for small chamber and solo instruments on his Ravello Records release CONFABULARIO. The American Academy of Arts and Letters says of Chuaqui His music shows qualities attributable to his Latin-American roots; although he is not a genre composer. He is a clearly integrated personality, which exhibits a unique and convincing sensibility. The works on this album present a wide range of interrelated musical materials arrayed into artfully crafted forms. This quality is perhaps most salient in the solo piano work Blues En El Corazon, which features three movements based on musical idea of the blues scale. Written for American pianist Marilyn Nonken, the role of the blues scales influence shifts from movement to movement in differing disguises. The intervals that compose the structurally significant chord in the works first movement Blues Claro, mirror the intervals that define blues musics harmonic language. The two-movement work Confabulario (the title derived from the Spanish verb, confabular: to conspire) for wind quintet expresses the image of a group of people (or even a family) who loudly talk over each other in the process of reaching a consensus. The pieces first movement, Rapsodia, illustrates the independence, difference, and disharmony inherent to the characters, in the sounds of the wind quintets composite instruments. The second movement Concertacion portrays the groups arrival at an agreement, as motives from an early oboe solo are passed among the other instruments.

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jojo5   User offline   14 September 2016 21:42

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