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TR 1388
Remembranza

Works for Piano by South American Composers

The Classical Shop
release date: December 2012


Artists:

Rosa Antonelli

piano

Record Label
Albany Records

Genre:

Piano


Classical

Total Time - 75:04
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Remembranza

     
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PIAZZOLLA, ASTOR

1 

La Ultima Grela

4:28
     
2 

El Mundo De Los Dos

5:34
     
3 

Adios Nonino

5:20
     
4 

Imperial

3:04
     
 

VILLA-LOBOS, HEITOR

5 

Poema Singelo

6:51
     
6 

Valsa Da Dor (Valse de la Douleur)

6:28
     
 

NAZARETH, ERNESTO

7 

Odeon-Tango Brasilero

3:07
     
 

GRANADOS, ENRIQUE

8 

Quejas, a La Maja y El Ruiseñor (from Goyescas)

7:31
     
9 

Allegro de Concerto in C, Op. 46

8:58
     
 

ALBÉNIZ, ISAAC

 

From Suite Española

 
10 Granada (Serenata) 5:03
     
11 Cádiz 5:02
     
12 L'Automne Waltz 13:38
     
 Rosa Antonelli piano


Rosa Antonelli evokes the memories of Latin sounds for her second recording on Albany Records. Born in Argentina, Ms. Antonelli enjoys an active and varied performance career. She has been hailed as a leading exponent of Spanish and Latin American music, which she has performed to audiences around the world in extensive tours that have taken her to Europe, Africa, Asia, Latin America and North America. Trained at the National Conservatory in Buenos Aires, she was also a participant in the International University Music Program in Santiago de Compostela where she received the Rosa Sabater Award for her interpretation of Spanish music. Her first recording on Albany Records, Esperanza-Sounds of Hope, received critical praise as did her New York debut at Stern Auditorium/Perelman Stage at Carnegie Hall, where Harris Goldsmith wrote that her “…inward poetry forced me to rehear, and revalue Piazzolla’s Tangos, which she infused with an eloquence and inner communication…”

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