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      Exiles and Émigrés

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      Conlon Nancarrow (1912-1997)

      Conlon Nancarrow (1912-1997)

      Displacement due to political causes has been sadly common throughout history. By force or by choice composers (and other artists) have abandoned their homeland to become exiles or migrants in a different country. Fiesta! examines the cases of Manuel de Falla exile in Argentina, Rodolfo Halfler in Spain and Mexico, and Conlon Nancarrow becoming an American-Mexican composer.

      Playlist:

      Yehuda Ha-Levi (Spain, 1075-1141)

      -Muwashash: Rase am et bitasef

      Altramar Medieval Music Ensemble

      DIS-80151

       

      Ibn Zuhr (Spain, 1113-1198)

      -Ma li-l-muwallah

      Altramar Medieval Music Ensemble

      DIS-80151

       

      Manuel de Falla (1876-1946)

      -Homenajes (16:39)

      Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra

      Jesus Lopez-Cobos, conductor

      Telarc CD-80149

       

      Rodolfo Halfter (Spain 1900, Mexico 1987)

      -Three Movements for String Quartet, Op.28

      Cuarteto Assai

      Recorded by RNE (Radio Nacional de España)

      Naxos 8.555039

       

      Julián Orbón (Spain 1925, US 1991)

      -String Quartet No.1 13:17

      Kaia String Quartet

      Recorded at NIU (Northwestern Illinois University)

       

      Conlon Nancarrow (United States 1912, Mexico 1997)

      -First Piece for Small Orchestra 6:42

      Camerata de las Americas

      Joel Sachs, conductor

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