Latin-American Music with Elbio Barilari
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      Two Latin American Concerti

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      Mexican composer Manuel Ponce

      Mexican composer Manuel Ponce

      This week, from two very different worlds,  a Mexican violin concerto and  an Brazilian oboe concerto, created 20 years apart. The violin concert was the last major work of noted composer Manuel Ponce, written for and dedicated to violinist Henryk Szeryng. Our program features the last recording made by Mr. Szeryng.

      Brenno Blauth, a Brazilian composer from the banks of the Amazon, wrote this beautiful oboe concerto, one of the mainstays of the concert oboist’s literature. Arcadio Minczuk
      performs with the Orchestra of Sao Paulo under the batton of his brother,  Roberto Minczuk.

       

      Playlist:

      Brenno Blauth: Concerto for Oboe
      Orquestra Sinfônica do Estado de São Paulo,
      Arcadio Minczuk, oboe
      Roberto Minczuk, conductor

      Manuel Ponce: Concierto Para Violin y Orquesta
      Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Enrique Batiz
      Henryk Szeryng, violin

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